League Of Cities Introduces Scholarship Opportunity

Northwest Iowa — An organization that supports city councils in northwest Iowa is announcing a scholarship opportunity for northwest Iowa high school students.

Representatives of the Northwest Iowa League of Cities tell us that they are proud to introduce their High School Senior Scholarship Program. They say that supporting the next generation of leaders is vital to the success of our communities.

The league says the program is open to any high school senior residing in a community that is a member of the Northwest Iowa League of Cities who is pursuing post-secondary education or training in a field that may result in employment by city government, such as public administration, water/wastewater, law enforcement, firefighter, EMS, code enforcement, planner, public engineer, city attorney, etc.).

League officials say you can contact your local city hall for an application, or e-mail Theresa Peterson, Secretary/Treasurer, at theresa@lakeviewlifestyle.com. Completed applications are due by April 15th.

League officials tell us that this year, the NW Iowa League is planning to award up to five scholarships of $1,000 each. They say all funds used for the scholarship program are generated through private and commercial fundraising.

The Northwest Iowa League of Cities is an organization founded by community leaders in a 27-county area. Members work together to improve the effective and efficient operation of public services. The organization provides on-going education and networking opportunities -sharing experiences leading to regional success. More than 60 cities are currently members.


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