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TEAM Industries seeks scholarship applicants

TEAM Industries is seeking local high school students to apply for the 2022 Don Ricke Scholarship.

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BEMIDJI — TEAM Industries is seeking local high school students to apply for the 2022 Don Ricke Scholarship.

A component of the Northwest Minnesota Foundation, the Don Ricke Scholarship Fund intends to develop career opportunities in northwest Minnesota by helping students pursue post-secondary education with a preference for engineering, machine tool trades and technology-related fields of study.

According to a release, scholarships are offered as a one-time award. Previous recipients may reapply for a second-year scholarship with proof of successful completion of their first year of study, though renewals are not guaranteed.

Interested students must have or will graduate from Bemidji, ISD 31; Bagley, ISD 162; Bertha-Hewitt, ISD 786; Blackduck, ISD 32; Cass Lake, ISD 115; Clearbrook-Gonvick, ISD 311; Detroit Lakes, ISD 22; Fosston, ISD 601; Frazee-Vergas, ISD 23; Hawley, ISD 150; Kelliher, ISD 36; Lake Park Audubon, ISD 889; Laporte, ISD 306; Nevis, ISD 308; Park Rapids, ISD 309; or Win-E-Mac, ISD 609.

Applications will be accepted through April 15 and can be completed online through the Northwest Minnesota Foundation website by clicking on “scholarships” on the home page.


Information on how to establish a NWMF scholarship fund or to support the TEAM Industries Don Ricke Scholarship can be found at www.nwmf.org .

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