Today’s students are tomorrow’s leaders. The Minnesota Power Foundation recognizes the value of investing in higher education and provides scholarships to help some of the region’s finest students pursue their college dreams.

2017 Scholarships And Applications

Since 1997, Minnesota Power and the Minnesota Power Foundation have provided over 826 students with a total of more than $2 million in scholarships. We remain committed to helping students in our region further their education and encourage qualified students to apply for available scholarships.

Applications are no longer being accepted for 2017 scholarships.


Congratulations 2017 Scholarship Recipients

2017 Community Involvement Recipients

Twelve high school seniors received $2,500 Community Involvement Scholarship recognizing their dedication in giving back to the communities where they live as well as their good academic record. The recipients are Hannah Anderson, Nevis High School; Sarah Donofrio, Hermantown High School; Morena Hammer, Pequot Lakes High School; Alexis Hanson, Two Harbors High School; Allison Johnson, Proctor High School; Timothy Johnson, Hinckley-Finlayson High School; Julia Ketola, Denfeld High School; Brandon Mackai, Northeast Range; Mark Matlack, Carlton High School; Abby Peddle, Cloquet Senior High School; Eliana Reichhoff, Duluth East High School; and Marjorie Thompson, Eveleth Gilbert Senior High School.


2017 New Generation—Bachelor's Recipients

Brian Clement, University of Minnesota Duluth; Robyn Cody, University of Wisconsin-Superior; Ross Hill, Iron Range Engineering; Mikaela Howell, College of St. Scholastica; Angelica Kruck, UMD; Zachary Ranisate, University of North Dakota Grand Forks; Lexus Rasmussen, College of St. Scholastica; Maria Rozenberg, Bemidji State University; Megan Stemper, UMD; and Ruta Wheelock, UMD.


2017 New Generation—Associate's Recipients

Bryan Gibson, Lake Superior Community College; Lindsay Hause, Vermilion Community College; Arynn Isaacson, Itasca Community College; Jesse Leonhard, Hibbing Community College; and Cole Solem, Bismarck State College.