Wisconsin Bankers Foundation

Grants, Gifts, & Scholarships

Scholarships

WBF is no longer accepting applications for the 2022 Spring Scholarships

Thank you to everyone who applied — please keep an eye out for upcoming scholarship opportunities this fall!


Thank you to everyone who applied for WBF’s second annual Agricultural Banking Scholarship! We extend our congratulations to Joseph Schlies of UW-River Falls and Alexis Boston of UW-Platteville!

Joseph Schlies (center) accepts 2021 Agricultural Banking Scholarship from WBF Chair Rose Oswald Poels (second from left). Also pictured are: Dr. Dale Gallenberg, dean of the College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences (far left); Dr. Brenda Boetel, professor and chair of the Agricultural Economics Department (third from the right); Dr. Sierra Howry, associate professor of agricultural economics (second from right); and Tony Betley, vice president – senior agricultural banker at Nicolet Bank.
Alexis Boston (center) accepts 2021 Agricultural Banking Scholarship from WBF Chair Rose Oswald Poels (far left). Also pictured are: Nicholas Felder, vice president – commercial/ag banking at MidWestOne Bank (second from left); Chad Bahr, assistant vice president – agribusiness lending officer at Mound City Bank (second from right); and Donna Hoppenjan, president and CEO of Mound City Bank (far right).

Gifts and Grants

WBF’s Board will be establishing new grant programming for non-profits focusing on financial literacy across the state.


Please check back regularly for updates or contact WBF’s Hannah Flanders at hflanders@wisbank.com with any questions or concerns.

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