MSAA Scholarships

Important Application Information–please read before beginning.

 

This annual scholarship has been given out for more than a decade to deserving relatives of MSAA and MSAA Auxiliary members. It is funded from a portion of the proceeds of the annual Conference and Show Fun Auction. To qualify, you must:

  • be accepted to or currently pursuing a degree at a post-secondary institution (college, university or trade school),
  • have a relative who is an active member of the MSAA or MSAA Auxiliary, and
  • not previously been awarded this scholarship before (for a list of past winners, click here).

As part of the application you will upload the following documents:

  • a list of your academic honors and community service, as applicable,
  • a 500-800 word personal statement summarizing what you’ve learned from your experience in the auction profession and/or what you would do with the scholarship funds (all names or business names that would identify the applicant or their active MSAA member relative should be removed so that the Scholarship Committee is able to review the content of the essay while avoiding any prejudice or bias),
  • proof of acceptance or enrollment to a post-secondary degree program (acceptable forms of proof of enrollment include your current course schedule, a current transcript, a current sports roster, or current student ID; an acceptable form of proof of admission is a copy of the acceptance letter/email from the institution), and
  • a letter of recommendation (or the writer can submit it themselves). 

Deadline: November 1st, annually

Awarded: The following January at the MSAA Conference & Show, annually

Requirements: This application is electronic; please be sure that you have all materials ready before beginning.

 

If you have questions or need help with the electronic form, please contact auxiliary@minnesotaauctioneers.org  

Click here to begin your application.  https://goo.gl/forms/tQoj5tTtA9tLEmZr2 (link found in email)

 

2019:
Calli McCartin
Rick Berens Scholarship – Logan Veo

2018:
Brooke Gillespie
Olivia Mikkelson
Kohlton Schmidt
Rick Berens Scholarship – Michael Imholte

2017:
Destiny Meyer
Samuel Mangold
Wally & Joanie Laumeyer Scholarship – Taylor Hansen
Rick Berens Scholarship – Chris Rime

2016:
Cassidy McCartan

2015:
Liam Witte
Maken Grace Anderson
McKenna Mages
Alexandra Nissen
Rick Berens Scholarship- Sonny Marie Mangold

2014:
Connor McCartan
Brock Kokesh
Evan Gessell

2013:
Kassie Kokesh
Andrew Swanson
Emily Thompson

2012:
Alexandra Graff
Andrew Bust
Danielle Evers
Hannah Johnson

2011:
Amanda Hanson
Andrew Maidl
Isacc Schultz
Meg Wiener – Cordes Scholarship

2010:
Joel Helbling
Michael Imholte
Cody Aasness – Cordes Scholarship

2009:
John Imholte
Brooke Winscher – Cordes Scholarship
Austin Bachmann

 

2008:
Joshua Fahey
Kristin Holmgren
Jessica Hanson – Cordes Scholarship

2007:
Cory Przybilla
Matthew Helbling
Joseph Mages – Cordes Scholarship

2006:
Jessie Krone
Justin Gorres
Sarah Mathiowetz
Kristina Evers
Jennifer Witte – Cordes Scholarship

2005:
Amanda Kroshus
Jeffrey Fahey
Anne Wessels – Cordes Scholarship

2004:
Andrew Imholte
Stacy Rooney
Terra Winscher
Andrew Bachmann – Cordes Scholarship

2003:
Lindsey Przybilla
Claire Kruesel

2002:
Peter Christian
Robyn Valek
Kristen Hiller – Cordes Scholarship

2001:
Jeremy Helbling
Jacquelyn Fahey

2000:
Debra Houghton
Melissa Lee – Cordes Scholarship

1999:
Jennifer Fahey
Jesse Bowland – 1st Cordes Scholarship

1998:
Derek Belisle

1997:
Andrew Imholte

1995:
James Mangold

1994:
Kristine Fladeboe