Applications for Scholarships Must be Postmarked by March 31
Terms of KPOA Scholarship Terms and Eligibility Requirements:
Mail completed application with all required items listed above to:
KPOA Scholarship Committee • P.O. Box 2592 • Wichita, KS 67201
Must be postmarked no later than March 31.
The KPOA Scholarship award is $1,000.00 and will be paid in two (2) $500.00 installments in the first and second semesters. To be awarded the second semester award payment, award recipient must provide an official transcript showing the first semester GPA and second semester enrollment schedule showing award recipient will be enrolled in at least 12 credit hours during the semester.
A maximum of five $1,000.00 scholarship will be awarded during each calendar/fiscal year. Scholarship award recipients are only allowed a maximum of two (2) annual scholarships for a maximum award amount of $2,000.00.
Over the two day period of July 16th and 17th, the Scholarship Committee had the honor of interviewing fourteen applicants for the five $1,000.00 scholarships that are awarded each year by the KPOA. The candidates were each exceptional and highly qualified and the process of narrowing the decision down to just five was challenging.
The Kansas Peace Officers Association is proud to announce the recipients of the KPOA Scholarships for the 2019/2020 school year.
Dalton is the son of Craig and Karrina Brasser from Andale. Dalton will be pursuing a professional pilot bachelor’s degree from Kansas State University/Polytechnic Campus in Salina. Dalton has been taking flying lessons and has already completed his solo flight. After obtaining his pilot’s license he hopes to become an international airline pilot.
Kelsie is the daughter of Timothy Burr from Arkansas City. Kelsie will be fulfilling her childhood dream of playing collegiate tennis while majoring in elementary education and minoring in coaching at Emporia State University. Kelsie hopes to return to Arkansas City after college and eventually become an elementary school principal in her hometown.
Kelsi is the daughter of Danny Broyles from Olpe. Kelsi attends Emporia State University and is majoring in nursing. Kelsi eventually wants to be a labor and delivery nurse after obtaining her Bachelor’s degree in nursing. Kelsi would like to continue her educational path and obtain a Masters or Doctorate in the nursing program.
Dylan is the son of Joby Harrison from Cimarron. Dylan has a passion for Architectural Engineering and will be pursuing that passion at Kansas State University. He has set an academic goal of finishing college with no lower than a 3.85 GPA. Dylan hopes to complete his ultimate goal of obtaining a master’s degree in his field of study.
Ashley is the daughter of Sean Morton from Salina. Ashley wants to double minor in Criminal Justice and Arabic with Islamic Studies at the University of Kansas. Ashley recently participated in the Cadet Lawman Training Academy in Salina. She is excited to have a career in law enforcement of some capacity.
We thank all of our applicants for your interest in our scholarship and giving the Scholarship Committee the opportunity to meet you. We wish you all the very best in your future endeavors.