Roughrider Electric wants to encourage and recognize the academic achievements of the members of Roughrider Electric Cooperative and /or their dependent children. We do this with scholarships to assist in their college education. We are developing leadership in our service territory by helping worthy scholarship recipients obtain a higher education.Roughrider Electric Cooperative
2020-2021 School Year Scholarship Winners
Cooperative Scholarship Winners Announced
As part of our commitment to community and area youth, Roughrider Electric Cooperative is pleased to award several scholarships for the 2020-21 school year.
Roughrider assists in developing leadership in our service area by helping worthy recipients obtain a higher education with assistance from a scholarship. This scholarship program is designed to recognize and encourage the achievements of our members and their dependent children.
Roughrider Electric awarded nine $500 scholarships this year. One graduating senior from each of the high schools within our service area is chosen by his or her school to receive these funds. These schools include: Belfield, Beulah, Center-Stanton, Dickinson High, Dickinson Trinity, Hazen, Richardton-Taylor, South Heart and Hope Christian Academy.
Roughrider also awarded one $500 scholarship to a graduating senior from a high school outside of our service area, whose parents are members of our cooperative.
$500 School Scholarship Winners
Belfield High School, Kaylee Obrigewitch
Beulah High School, Kelsey McCloud
Dickinson High School, Kaia Lehman
Dickinson Trinity High School, Anna Kessel
Hazen High School, Hunter Keller
Richardton/Taylor High School, Carly Diede
Dickinson Hope Christian Academy, Emma Dazell
South Heart High School, Madison Bebee
Center/Stanton High School, Kori Nagel
$500 at Large Scholarship
Killdeer High School, Shadera Burian