The deadline to submit an application for 2021 scholarship consideration is March 15.
WHO QUALIFIES: Ohio residents who are graduating high school seniors or college freshmen. Students are awarded only once for this scholarship.
TO APPLY: Complete the application and include an essay outlining your plans and goals for college and beyond.
Your application must include:
- A letter of recommendation from your Zone Director and/or gun club official
- Your 5 x 7 photograph
- A copy of your High School transcript
In addition, letters of recommendation from your shooting coach, school counselor, principal, teachers, clergy, and employer if applicable are strongly encouraged. Also include a brief history of your involvement in shooting.
CRITERIA FOR SELECTION: Grades(GPA), ACT/SAT scores, past involvement in the shooting sports, extracurricular activities, community service/volunteerism, and need will all be considered in selecting scholarship recipients.
DETAILS: Include any other information you think may be relevant.
MAIL TO: Ohio State Trapshooting Foundation | Attention: Secretary Noreen Snively | P.O. Box 956 | Ravenna, OH 44266
The Ohio State Trapshooting Foundation awarded a total of $10,000.00 in scholarships to these deserving 2020 Ohio high school graduates:
Ross Robinson, Lore City
Tyler Schock, Clayton
Paul Budi, Medina
Jacob Butdorf, Wooster
Taylor Goeglein, Coolville
Bryce Havenar, Sidney
Alex McCafferty, Marengo
Clayton Witner, Doylestown
2019 scholarship recipient Ben Crichton with his father, Paul Crichton, at the Thursday evening reception.
2018 Scholarship Photos
Nikki Cogan receives her scholarship certificate at the Thursday evening festivities.
Proud “Papa”, Dick Barhorst with his grandson Cody, 2018 scholarship recipient
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor with their daughter, Kathryn at the 2018 Foundation scholarship presentation.
Chloe Clark and her mother proudly display her 2018 scholarship certificate.