Callie Zipple Student Scholarship
Callie Zipple Student Scholarship
Callie Zipple was a determined and talented young woman who had a passion for life and a drive to make the world a better place. She modeled an ideal SHRM volunteer giving of her time and talents at the chapter, and state leader. Her dedication as a volunteer was clear as she readily introduced new ideas and worked with SHRM colleagues to support the HR community. Shortly before her passing, she was provided the opportunity to serve the HR community in a role only the select few achieve, as a SHRM Field Service Director. This provided Callie the opportunity to share her skills and talents beyond Wisconsin but throughout the U.S. While Callie touched so many lives, she was proud to call Wisconsin her home. She would share many of the accomplishments that state council and chapters had achieved. She was a kind soul and had a genuine personality willing to help chapter members learn and grown at all stages of their careers. She had amazing potential to contribute to the profession, even beyond all the things she had done in her young life but was taken from us far too early.
Eligible Two- and Four-Year Students, WI State Council SHRM is offering one $1500 non-renewable scholarship awarded to eligible Wisconsin college students pursuing a career in human resources.
** All scholarship applications must be submitted by Friday, October 7, 2022 to be considered. **
The recipient being announced in October at the WI State SHRM Conference.
Applications must meet the following criteria:
Enrolled as a full-time student in a two- or four-year business-related undergraduate program, such as human resources or related course of study at a Wisconsin college or university
Overall GPA of 2.75 or higher Students who have already received full scholarships to attend a university are not eligible to apply Scholarship Selection Criteria
All-around academic standing
Participation in university and community activities
Demonstration of leadership qualities
Interest in the human resources field
Preference will be given to Human Resource Management majors and those with relevant and related work experience.
To be considered for this scholarship, students must provide the following information:
A purpose statement one page in length describing why you are pursuing a degree in HR or your related field
List all school activities, including SHRM and relevant organizations, in which you have participated during your college experience. List all community activities in which you have participated without pay. Note all special awards, honors, and offices held. Include participation in any research projects as well.
Transcript (official or unofficial) All scholarship applications must be submitted by Friday, September 30, 2022 to be considered.
Application materials should be sent as one (1) pdf online to the following e-mail: email@example.com.
By submitting your application, you agree to the certification and acknowledgement statement below:
WI State SHRM has the sole responsibility for selecting recipients based on criteria as set forth in the scholarship guidelines.
This application becomes property of WI State SHRM Council. WI State SHRM Council recommends you keep a copy in your files.
By electronically submitting this application, I acknowledge decisions of WI State SHRM Council are final.
I certify that I meet the basic eligibility requirements of the program as described in the brochure and the information provided is complete and accurate to the best of my knowledge.
If requested, I agree to provide proof of information I have given on this form. Falsification of information may result in termination of any scholarship granted.
All applicants will be notified by October, 2022.
Scholarship payments will be made directly to the student.
Additional Information & questions to Alexis Outlaw at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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