12th Annual Invitational Golf Outing Scholarship & Program Fundraiser

Get off your butt and putt— in support of STEM education!

For more than 10 years, STEM Forward's Invitational Golf Outing has raised money from generous donors to support scholarships, building STEM talent in southeastern Wisconsin. It started with one $2,000 scholarship, and expanded to five of them.

Join us for STEM Forward's 12th Annual Invitational Golf Outing on August 17, 2017 at Morningstar Golfer's Club in Waukesha for a great day of golf, contests, lunch and networking! Proceeds support five scholarships totaling $10,000 for students pursuing STEM degrees at area technical colleges and/or universities and also support STEM programming.

The golf outing includes continental breakfast, lunch, 18-hole golf scramble with cart, hole-in-one contest, putting contest, raffle, silent auction and excellent networking opportunities.

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STEM Forward President Kathy Scherbarth presents a scholarship to Dawt Tha Hlei Par.

STEM Forward President Kathy Scherbarth presents a scholarship to Dawt Tha Hlei Par.

Five Outstanding Students awarded STEM scholarships

Milwaukee – August 15, 2016 – STEM Forward, metro Milwaukee’s leading STEM education and outreach provider, awarded scholarships to five students for the 2016-17 academic year: Gennisa Gehler, Milwaukee Area Technical College; Reid Jahns, Milwaukee School of Engineering; Rylie Buehrig, UW-Milwaukee; Dawt Tha Hlei Par, UW-Parkside.  The STEM Forward STEM Scholarship and the Robert Brauer Memorial Scholarship are awarded to exceptional students pursuing STEM degrees at colleges and universities in the state of Wisconsin.

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