We are proud to offer a minimum of five scholarships totaling $3400:
Submit Applications to:
P.O. Box 1209
Wheatland, WY 82201
Wheatland REA, Tri-State G&T and Basin Electric applications are due by February 15th of each year. Use the Wheatland REA letter of application to apply for the Tri-State G&T and Basin Electric Scholarships. Scholarship winners are notified by mail. You need only submit one application to be considered for any of our scholarships.
Note: Applicant must register in, and attend as a full-time student, at an accredited university, college, vocational or technical school of their choice.
Wyoming Rural Electric Association Lineman's Scholarship
Applications for the Lineman's Scholarship, minimum of $3,000.00, may be downloaded at www.wyomingrea.org, picked up at your high school counselor's office or at Wheatland REA at 2154 South Rd. in Wheatland. Applications must be submitted to Wheatland REA's office and may be submitted anytime throughout the year. Applications may be mailed to or dropped off at our office. Applications are reviewed and awarded regularly throughout the year.
Dar Hackworth Memorial Lineman's Scholarship & Neil Adkins Lineworker Scholarship
Applications for the $1000.00 Dar Hackworth Memorial Lineman's Scholarship and the $500.00 Neil Adkins Lineworker Scholarship may be downloaded at www.wyomingrea.org, picked up at your high school counselor's office or at Wheatland REA at 2154 South Rd. in Wheatland. Applications are due by May 1st each year at Wyoming Rural Electric Association's office. Send your completed applications to: WREA, 2312 Carey Ave., Cheyenne, WY 82201. The Dar Hackworth Scholarship is sponsored and administered by the Wyoming Rural Electric Association's Suppliers Group.The Neil Adkins Scholarship is sponsored by Bill and Toni Adkins and administered by the Wyoming Rural Electric Association.
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