Sturgeon For Tomorrow Scholarships

The SFT Fisheries, Wildlife or Natural Resources Scholarships are designed to provide tangible encouragement and public recognition for academic achievement or community service for students with a course of study in the field of Fisheries, Wildlife or Natural Resources conservation.

The goal of these scholarships is to further the objectives of SFT by rewarding and promoting the education and development of future fisheries professionals.

SFT Vice President Bob Bonner (left) presents a $500.00 scholar-ship to Luke Kaiser (right) from Lake Superior State University.

SFT Vice President Bob Bonner (left) presents a $500.00 scholarship
to Luke Kaiser (right) from Lake Superior State University.

SFT Board member Jason Woider-ski (right) presents a $500.00 schol-arship to Alisha Anderson (left) from Inland lakes High School.

SFT Board member Jason Woiderski (right) presents a $500.00 scholarship
to Alisha Anderson (left) from Inland lakes High School.


2008

The SFT Fisheries, Wildlife or Natural Resources Scholarships were established to promote the mission of Sturgeon For Tomorrow, "to assist fisheries managers in the rehabilitation of lake sturgeon". Scholarships were designed to provide tangible encouragement and public recognition for academic achievement or community service to a student with a course of study in the field of Fisheries, Wildlife or Natural Resources conservation. The goal of these scholarships is to further the objectives of SFT by rewarding and promoting the education and development of future fisheries professionals.

Two scolarships awarded in 2008

In the Spring of 2008, SFT presented two, $500.00 scholarships to area High School Graduates.


Area High School Graduates Presented SFT Scholarship

The SFT Fisheries, Wildlife or Natural Resources Scholarships were established to promote the mission of Sturgeon For Tomorrow "to assist fisheries managers in the rehabilitation of lake sturgeon". Scholarships were designed to provide tangible encouragement and public recognition for academic achievement or community service to a student with a course of study in the field of Fisheries, Wildlife or Natural Resources conservation. The goal of these scholarships is to further the objectives of SFT by rewarding and promoting the education and development of future fisheries professionals.

Courtney Johnson, Catherine Kabat & Justin Stockwell.

In the Spring of 2007, SFT presented three, $500.00 scholarships to area High School Graduates. Courtney Johnson from Cheboygan Area High School, Catherine Kabat from Inland Lakes High School, and Justin Stockwell from Onaway High School.

Congratulations and best of luck graduates!