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Sun Prairie Utilities believes that investing in the education of our youth is an investment in our community. That is why we have made a commitment to encouraging them to continue their education beyond high school.

Each year, Sun Prairie Utilities, along with our power supplier WPPI Energy, offers two $500 high school scholarships to Sun Prairie Seniors who plan to attend a two-year technical college or a four-year university.

Applicants will be judged on a variety of criteria, including academic and extracurricular achievement, work and volunteer experience, and future career goals.

Our scholarship program is designed to provide educational opportunities for promising local students and to promote awareness of our community-owned utility. To be eligible, students or their parents/guardians must be customers of Sun Prairie Utilities.

Download application here. Applications are due to the Guidance Office by April 1.


Want to be a Lineworker?

Sun Prairie Utilities and WPPI Energy Lineworker Training Scholarship Guidelines


Program Purpose:

  • To encorage technical training for graduating high school seniors
  • To educate youth about careers in their communities
  • To offer incentive for lineworkers to seek employment at WPPI Energy member municipal utilities
  • To provide WPPI Energy member municipal utilities with a pool of trained lineman
  • To inform customers about the benefits of owning municipal utility


Eligibility Requirements:

High School juniors or seniors may apply for the $1000 scholarship. The student should be planning to attend an Electric Power Distribution program at one of four Wisconsin Technical Colleges that offer courses:

  • Blackhawk Technical College (Janesville)
  • Chippewa Valley Technical College (course held in Eau Claire)
  • Moraine Park Technical College (course held in Beaver Dam)
  • Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (Green Bay)


The scholarship check will be awarded with proof of enrollment.

A letter of Recommendation is requested from a teacher, counselor or employer that addresses the applicant's skills that are pertinent to the job (ex. manually dextereous; in good physical condition; willing to work at all heights and in all weather; able to comprehend and follow written instructions; safety conscious).


Contact Clint Cry at 837-5500 for more information.