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Scholarships & Awards

CAP COM rewards talented young members and incredible educators annually.

Talented young members and the incredible educators who guide their quest for knowledge make our world a better place. CAP COM proudly celebrates our community’s best and brightest by awarding more than 30 scholarships annually.

Legacy Scholarships

Value: $2,500 each

Quantity: 20 scholarships

Eligibility: CAP COM members who are high school seniors or college students through age 25 pursuing an undergraduate degree.1

Honoring: Paula A. Stopera for her contributions as CAP COM’s longtime President/CEO; Weidner “Ed” Davis, a founding father of CAP COM; and Ed Gilligan, a former CAP COM Board President.

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Technology Scholarships

Technology Scholarships

Value: $2,500 each

Quantity: 1 scholarship

Eligibility: CAP COM members who are high school seniors or college students through age 25 pursuing an undergraduate degree in computer science or information technology.1

Honoring: Former CAP COM board member Art Goedeke for his enthusiasm for computers and technology.

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Reinvestment Into Learning Scholarships

Value: $2,500 each

Quantity: 4 scholarships

Eligibility: Eligibility: CAP COM members age 26 or older who are pursuing an undergraduate degree.1

Notable: This new scholarship is designed for people returning to school after some time away from high school or college.

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Reinvestment into Learning Scholarships
Trade School Scholarships

Trade Scholarships

Value: $2,500 each

Quantity: 4 scholarships

Eligibility: CAP COM members who are high school seniors or students through age 25 planning to attend or attending a trade school.1

Honoring: Tony Celeste, who valued skilled trades performed by people with a strong work ethic.

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Making a Difference Awards

Value: $1,000 each plus $100 to a charity of the winner's choice

Quantity: 6 awards for students; 3 awards for teachers

Eligibility: Students between the age of 13-18 and individuals in the field of education can be nominated.1

Notable: This award recognizes students and teachers who are devoted to helping others. Nominate a student or teacher and tell us how they are making a difference.

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Making a Difference Awards

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