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Program Details

The Idaho Association of Counties (IAC) Scholarship Fund was created in 1996 and named the Charles Nickel Scholarship Fund in 1997.  This scholarship was created to assist children of county employees and children and grandchildren of county elected officials with the increasing cost of college tuition.

Eligibility

Children of county employees (county employees are those who are issued a paycheck by the county) working 20 hours or more per week and the children and grandchildren of county elected officials (assessors, clerks, commissioners, coroners, prosecuting attorneys, sheriff, and treasurer).

Recipients must attend a college, university or vocational/technical school full-time for the 2021-2022 academic year and be enrolled in either an academic or a vocational education program leading towards a degree or certification.

Deadline

The deadline for the 2021-2022 scholarship is Saturday, February 27, 2021. To download the 2021 IAC Scholarship Application for additional rules and application requirements, please click the download button below. 

Questions?

Please call or email Mindy Linn, Idaho Association of Counties at (208) 514-0413.

2020 IAC Scholarship Recipients

District 1
Grace Shelton, Bonner County

District 2
Calista Hall, Nez Perce County

District 3
Emily White, Payette County

District 4
Shelby Sanders, CamasCounty

District 5
Lakota Robison-Sanada, Bannock County

District 6
Megan Miller, Fremont County

Bob Mackenzie Memorial Scholarship
Kylie Churchill, Lincoln County

2020 – Jason Dixon, Bannock County Clerk awards the District 5 scholarship to Lakota Robinson-Sanada

2019 – Grant Loebs, Twin Falls County Prosecuting Attorney awards the District 4 scholarship to Benjamin Behm

2018 – Marc Shigeta, Payette County Commissioner awards the District 3 scholarship to his granddaughter, Haily Shigeta

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