This year’s program features several new scholarships, including memorial awards in honor of Rylee McCollum and Brian Chamberland, new trade and vocational opportunities, and a new career program for students interested in joining local law enforcement. Photo: Courtesy of Community Foundation

JACKSON, Wyo. — The Teton County Scholarship Program will host a virtual information session for high school seniors and parents this Wednesday, Nov. 17 at 6 p.m.

At the session, application structure and tips will be discussed. Please email info@tetonscholarships.org to RSVP and receive Zoom details. TCSP will also offer help sessions at Teton County Library during winter break. 

Earlier this month,  The Fund for Public Education and Community Foundation of Jackson Hole, in partnership with Teton County School District, announced the launch of the 2022 Teton County Scholarship Program (TCSP).

Over 200 scholarship opportunities are available to all Teton County, Wyoming high school seniors, including homeschooled students. The program’s generous donors include individuals, families, nonprofits, businesses and civic organizations, all with a passion for education and our local youth. 

This year’s program features several new scholarships, including memorial awards in honor of Rylee McCollum and Brian Chamberland, new trade and vocational opportunities, and a new career program for students interested in joining local law enforcement. 

Students are encouraged to visit the scholarship website to learn more and apply. The application deadline is Friday, Jan 14 at 5 p.m.

Questions should be directed to Teton County Scholarship Program administrators via info@tetonscholarships.org.