2014 Scholarships Awarded
Fall River Electric awarded scholarships totaling $13,000 to 26 deserving students during the company's annual meeting on June 7th. Scholarships are funded by unclaimed patronage capital. When Fall River is unable to return patronage capital to members who have earned it, those funds are returned to members by way of our scholarship program where students earning scholarships must be children of members. All students receiving scholarships are either graduating high school seniors or continuing college students.
CONGRATULATIONS OF THE CLASS OF 2014
Ririe High School, Ririe - Tyson Mickelsen
Rigby High School, Rigby - Amy Bloxham
Sugar-Salem High School, Sugar City - Katelyn Hill
South Fremont High School, St. Anthony - Kimberly Rivas
North Fremont High School, Ashton - Elana Albano, Joshua Allen, Salem Anderson, Fernando Carmona, Haiden Martindale, & Kelsie Nielson
West Yellowstone H.S., West Yellowstone - Makalyn Chase, Jose Pacheco, & Kelsey Young
Teton High School, Driggs - Kolton Bleggi, Andee Calderwood, McKenzie Calderwood, Keegan Gunderson, Kortney Hansen, Shelby McCashland, Sapphire Moosman, & Zach Neuhas
At-Large - Anthony Elizondo & Lyon Wells
Helping Hands - Joseph Anderson, Amanda Lewis, & Kaylee Lofthouse
Fall River has helped 392 students access higher education. Scholarships start at $500 and applications are due in March of each year for the school semester beginning the following fall.
Scholarships are available for high school seniors planning to attend college, and to those already enrolled in higher education. Students may apply for any of the four scholarship programs listed below.
2015 Scholarship Applications
Applications for 2015 scholarships will be available in the first quarter of 2015. Check back here for details or watch your monthly FLASHES newsletter for information. are now available!
Scholarship winners will be announced prior to Fall River Electric's annual meeting on June 6, 2015.
Scholarships are funded by unclaimed or undeliverable patronage capital checks. When we cannot return patronage capital to members, we return it to the membership of the Cooperative by helping fund education for members and their children. You can also choose to donate your future patronage capital checks to the scholarship fund.
High School Seniors
Twenty scholarships are available to high school seniors whose parents are members of the Cooperative, and who attend a high school within the Cooperative’s service territory. An application form will be made available here at a later date. Please download the program guidelines and selection criteria.
At Large Scholarships
Two $500 scholarships are available to high school seniors whose parents are members of the Cooperative, but who attend a high school outside of the Cooperative’s service territory. An application form will be made available here at a later date.
Scholarship recipients may renew their original scholarship for three years, but must submit an application each year. Click here for the form Continuing Ed Scholarship Application
Helping Hands Scholarship
Three scholarships are available to students who are already attending college. Download an application here Helping Hands Scholarship
Selection criteria for scholarships includes
- Financial need (40 percent)
- Scholastic achievement (30 percent)
- Achievement in extracurricular activities (30 percent)
Call a friendly Member Services representative at 800-632-5726 for more information.