The Lamey Wellehan Maine Difference Scholarship
The Maine Difference Scholarship, a program funded by Lamey-Wellehan, is intended to aid in the cost of attaining education for a Maine young person studying at a Maine college or university.
The focus of the student’s studies should be on the ecology and economics of Maine. The emphasis on these aspects with Maine as an intense background is structured to ensure that both the student and the State of Maine benefit from the scholarship and careers that result from the student’s education.
The award is a renewable $1,000 scholarship for undergraduate study at any college or university in Maine. Lamey Wellehan has eliminated shopping bags at all of our stores with the goal of helping to reduce the millions of bags that are flooding our environment. The money we once used to purchase these bags is now being funneled into our scholarship program which has allowed us to increase our scholarship offerings to three annually.To be eligible to receive The Maine Difference Scholarship, the applicant must be either:
- A Maine high school senior who will graduate in the spring and who will enter a Maine college in the fall; or
- A graduate of a Maine high school in one of the four years preceding the current year who will be enrolled in a Maine college in the fall.
Submit the completed application by May 30th.
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2021 winners: Margo Kenyon, Theodore Hallett & Isabella Pols
2020 winners: Laura Fitzgerald, Ava Petrin & Terra Gallo
2019 winners: Steve Kaze, Madeline Williams & Nathaniel Berry
2018 winners: Ethan Gagnon, Joseph Heath & Cole Lapointe
2017 winners: Maeve McGowan, Brittany Farrar & Sierra Hopkins
2016 winners: Sam Sewell, Signe Lynch & Lars Gunderson
2015 winners: Sully Jackson, Mary Everett & Zachary Little
2014 winners: Fudumo Musse, Blake Dyer & Brigitte Parady
2013 winner: Briar Bragdon
2012 winner: Gwendolyn Beacham
2011 winner: Daniel Rand
2010 winner: Samual Seekings
2009 winner: Kevin Leavitt
2008 winner: Stephanie Yum
2007 winner: Laura Wood
2006 winner: Adam Lyons