2018 Annual Conference


2017-2018 Great Lakes WSCA Conference Scholarship

We applaud you, and to support the important work you do we’re pleased to sponsor scholarships for 50 counselors new to the profession and ACP Coordinators/leaders to attend the 2018 WSCA Conference. Many thanks to Great Lakes Higher Education Corporation & Affiliates for the generous grant to WSCA to make this scholarship possible.

Each scholarship is worth up to $870 and covers:

  • $280  WSCA Member Registration fees for Preconference & Conference
  • $415  Room at conference hotel (Hilton Monona Terrace) & Parking
  • $75    Meals stipend ($25/day)
  • $100  Travel stipend (up to selection committee discretion)

Apply Online

Scholarship Application Information:

Eligibility Requirements:
Wisconsin high school counselors with less than five years of experience OR ACP Coordinators/Leaders

Complete this online application.

Applications must be submitted on or before Friday, November 10, 2017, at 5:00 p.m. Late applications will not be accepted. WSCA will notify the winners and non-winners no later than Friday, December 1st.

If you have any questions, please contact Stacy Eslick, WSCA Executive Director stacye@wscaweb.org

Please Note:
As a condition of receiving the grant, WSCA will ask scholarship recipients to:

  • Write a WSCAlink Newsletter article reflecting on their experience at the 2018 WSCA Conference and the impact on College & Career Readiness in their school;
  • Submit all necessary registration paperwork by deadlines indicated in award notification.

​About Great Lakes:

Dedicated to making college education a reality since 1967.

Knowing that education has the power to change lives for the better, Great Lakes Higher Education Corporation & Affiliates was established as a nonprofit group focused on a single objective: helping students nationwide prepare for and succeed in postsecondary education and student loan repayment. As a leading student loan guarantor and servicer, Great Lakes has been selected by the U.S. Department of Education to provide assistance and repayment planning to more than 8 million borrowers — as well as assistance to colleges and lenders nationwide. Its earnings support one of the largest and most respected education philanthropy programs in the country. Since 2006, Great Lakes has committed nearly $225 million in grant funding to promote higher education access and completion for students of color, low-income students, and first-generation students.