Koda Living Community Workforce Development Scholarship
Students must be enrolled in an eligible high skill, high demand career/technical program at Riverland Community College which will include manufacturing, healthcare, information technology, or Agriculture. The student must be a resident of Steele County at the time of high school graduation in spring of 2018 and/or graduate from a high school located in Steele County in the spring of 2018. Preference will go to a student who is enrolled full-time in a healthcare program of study. If no applicant fits this criteria a student enrolled in one of the other eligible program of study areas will be considered. Students must demonstrate good academic standing with a GPA of 2.0 or higher.
- One $2,500 scholarship (awarded 1/2 fall and 1/2 spring semesters)