The Ariens Foundation is dedicated to providing financial assistance to young people who show a desire to continue their formal education. The Foundation will also provide financial support to local area schools that support and promote Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education opportunities in our local communities and children of all Ariens employees. The Foundation will also support other worthwhile family centered activities that improve the quality of life for all within the Brillion Community.
Within the greater Brillion community and other locations where Ariens has a presence the Foundation will provide scholarships to those prospective students that apply for and complete an application in advance of the upcoming school year. All Ariens Company dependent children are eligible to apply for the Foundation Scholarship Program. Applications will be reviewed by an independent committee established by the Foundation and financial assistance will be granted to students selected by the independent committee. When appropriate, the Foundation will partner with other businesses in the greater Brillion community on significant fund raising events that meet the mission of the Foundation and, by association, allowing reference to the Ariens Foundation. We believe it may in many circumstances encourage others to join in the worthwhile endeavor we are participating in. The board will review unsolicited requests for donations as they are received. Requests that meet the overall mission statement will be given consideration by the board and approved on a quarterly basis. Those requests that don’t meet the criteria of our mission statement will be sent a turn down letter on behalf of the Foundation.
All dependent children of active Ariens Company Employees along with local students from Brillion, Hilbert, and Reedsville, WI are invited to apply for one of two scholarship programs designed to help offset the costs associated with post-secondary education. The Ariens Foundation is committed to assisting high school students to further their education by assisting them in financing their educational costs.
The Ariens Foundation College Scholarship is awarded to high school seniors who have demonstrated high academic performance, leadership and participation in high school and community activities.
This is a one time, $2,000 award, to be awarded to students who will be enrolled in full-time post-secondary study leading to baccalaureate (bachelor’s) degree.
The Ariens Foundation Technical Scholarship Award is presented to high school seniors who have demonstrated motivation to succeed. Selection criteria may include leadership and participation in school and community activities, significant improvement in high school attendance and/or GPA, overcoming a significant obstacle and work experience.
This is a one-time $2,000 award for students who will be enrolled in any post-secondary accredited educational institution for a post-secondary study program whether or not it leads to a baccalaureate (bachelor’s) degree including a two year college, vocational-technical school, or certification or apprenticeship program.
Scholarship submissions are now closed for the 2019-2020 school year.
Scholarship awards will be granted by June 1st with notifications sent out prior to the student starting school.
(Subject to pending IRS approval)
You may request a paper application by sending an email to email@example.com or mail request to:
Applicants submitting their application through the United States mail must also mail a current, complete transcript of grades no later than April 8th.
Payments are made upon receiving an enrollment verification letter from the college in which the student will be attending. It is the student's responsibility to ensure this enrollment verification letter is submitted to the Ariens Foundation prior to August 1st. No payment will be made until this is received.
Recipients have no obligations to the Ariens Company. They are, however upon request, required to supply the Ariens Foundation with complete transcripts and to notify the Foundation of any changes of address, school enrollment or other relevant information. Recipients may be required to sign an award agreement that requires the scholarship to be returned if it cannot be used for its intended purpose (such as if a student drops out of his or her program). Applicants are obligated to provide true, correct and complete information on their scholarship applications, including accurate grade transcripts. Submission of false information on an application may result in forfeiture of a scholarship.
Ariens Foundation reserves the right to review the conditions and procedures of the scholarship programs and to make changes at any time including termination of the programs.
Questions about either of these programs should be addressed to:
Or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
CHAIRMAN OF BOARD, TREASURER
Mark R. Olsen
Tanya K. Dallas
Daniel Ariens II
Mary M. Ariens
Leone M. Pahl