AT SMTC, we recognize the importance of the young people in our community and our scholarship program was developed to support local students pursuing higher learning to help these individuals achieve their full potential. Since 2011, SMTC has awarded thousands of dollars in scholarships to a number of students.
Each year SMTC gives up to five $500 scholarships to local students who are intending to enter or have already entered a two-year or four-year college, including vocational and technical schools.
The SMTC Board of Directors selects the scholarship winners and preference will be given to applicants whose parents have subscribed to SMTC services or to students who plan to pursue a career in Telecommunications. However, all students are encouraged to apply.
Scholarship recipients will be presented with a certificate and a check that will be payable to the college of their choice. Recipient(s) and parents may be asked to sign a release to publish their photo and essay in local news outlets.
- The application deadline for Webster City students in the senior class is April 15th. Late or incomplete applications will not be considered.
- The application form can be downloaded here.
- In addition to the application, students are required to submit a typed essay of at least 600 words on the following topic: The effect of Communications Technology on society’s past, present and future.
- Applications should be returned to:
Darcy Runestad, Marketing Director
Stratford Mutual Telephone Co.
1001 Tennyson Ave.
PO Box 438
Stratford, IA 50249
via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Congratulations to our past scholarship winners!
- 2011: Taylor Johnson, Alisha Carlson, Kelsey Westrum and Bailey Bergman
- 2012: Brandon Carlson and Lissandra Villa Huerta
- 2013: Coyce Carlson, Sidney Smith, Bradon Bergman, Quinten Westrum and Allissa Runyon
- 2014: Madison Haman, Brandon Patten, Katelin Pruismann, and Dylan Rose
- 2015: Brittany Carlson, Allyson Ervin, Kelsey Flockhart, Jerald Fritz, and Lena Gripp
- 2016: Ryan Ferrari, Avery Haman, Christopher Anderson, and Ashley Flaws