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South Wisconsin District

Scholarships available from South Wisconsin District

There are two types of scholarships available from the South Wisconsin District LWML. Deadlines for the scholarships are found on the Events page. Directions can be found on the Scholarship Applications.

TLC Scholarship

The Love of Christ Scholarship (Scholarship Fund) is to provide financial assistance to attend district LWML events. Established in 1998 to assist women in South Wisconsin District who wish to attend district retreats and conventions. Limited number of scholarships are available for each event (12-$100 scholarships per retreat and 40-$50 scholarships for District Convention, every other year). Scholarships are used toward registration first and various other expense for the event. Scholarships are considered on an individual basis and a new application must be submitted for each event. Confidentiality of all applicants, including those awarded scholarships, is a high priority. Deadlines for each event will be announced on the website and only applications received by the deadline will be considered.

TLC Scholarship Resources

Female Church Worker's Scholarship

Active female members of congregations in the South Wisconsin District of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod who are residents of the SWD prior to college and are preparing for full-time* church work in the LC-MS are eligible to apply. You must be an undergraduate student at one of the educational institutions of the Synod during the school year in which you would receive this scholarship. (*Full-time service in the church is defined as any position available through the Board of Assignments of the Synod.) Scholarship amount varies according to number of applicants and amount of funds available. Questions can be directed to the scholarship committee through the chairman, Diane Kitzerow, 262-352-7214 or [email protected] or by mail: Diane Kitzerow LWML-SWD Scholarship Committee N100 W5880 Oxford Drive, Cedarburg, WI 53012 Applications must be postmarked by April 30, 2017, to apply for funds for the 2017-2018 school year. Completed applications can be submitted: by attaching the file to an email (You may sign, scan and email your copy of page 1) or by mailing a printed copy to the address above.

Female Church Worker's Scholarship Resources

Female Church Worker's Scholarship Scholarship Winners

Kelsey Kleba

Kelsey Kleba

Kelsey credits the fine example of her father, a Lutheran school teacher for 43 years, as the influence behind her initial interest in becoming a teacher in the Lutheran schools. It was at a summer Christian camp two years, however, where she felt the definite call of the Holy Spirit. Kelsey is a member of Divine Redeemer in Hartland and a sophomore at Concordia University Wisconsin, majoring in Secondary Education. At CUW, she is active in volleyball, chapel choir and a Bible study group. Kelsey looks forward to being able to help students grow in their knowledge and understanding of mathematics and God’s Word and, more importantly, in their relationship with Christ.

Michelle Oddsen

Michelle Oddsen

Michelle is a member of St. Paul’s, Oconomowoc and a junior at Concordia University Wisconsin where she majors in Lay Ministries. Michelle has strong desire to "bring His love to others who are struggling in life,” which she demonstrates as a Stephen Minister in her church. She is married and the mother of three young children. After finishing the lay ministries program, Michelle hopes to continue on to seminary and become a deaconess. At CUW, she enjoys music and her theology studies and is excited to spend her life sharing the Good News of the Gospel and His love with others.

Rebecca Prince

Rebecca Prince

Rebecca has been active in LWML for as long as she can remember – attending many society meetings, retreats and conventions over the years with her mother, grandmother and aunt. She is a member of St. Paul’s West Allis and a sophomore at Concordia University Chicago, majoring in early childhood education with an endorsement in special education. At CUC, Rebecca is active in the university band and Concordia Youth Ministries. She credits the example of her parents, who are church workers, and the encouragement of her kindergarten teacher as motivating factors in her desire to serve as a Lutheran school teacher.