Note that all information information provided in this application will remain confidential. It is the policy of DREAM to maintain a non-discriminatory scholarship application process. DREAM does not make scholarship decisions based upon age, sex, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, marital status or veteran status.
Please contact our office at 406-862-1817 or email@example.com if you have questions about scholarship possibilities.
When you apply for a general financial aid scholarship, you may be considered as a recipient of one of our Memorial Scholarships.
Jane Lopp Memorial Scholarship
(info coming soon)
Joe Brenneman Memorial Scholarship
Annual seven-week scholarship given to a winter ski / snowboard athlete.
Joe was a long-time volunteer with DREAM’s Adaptive Ski Program and an incredible community servant. He sat on many boards: CHS, City/County Planning, AERO, Flathead County Commissioner, Habitat for Humanity, Western Dairy, Kalispell School District, Flathead Basin Commission, Rotary, Montana State Fund and the ImagineIF Library Foundation. He was a first responder for Creston Fire and an EMT on the Blacktail Ski Patrol. Joe loved outdoor adventures and we are honored to offer a scholarship in his memory.
Ben Hollingsworth Memorial Scholarship
An annual seven-week snowboard scholarship, with some additional funding for basic winter gear needs.
A Whitefish local has set up a wonderful scholarship fund in memory of her nephew, Ben, who passed away from a wake boarding accident. Ben was a very accomplished mountain biker, skier, and snowboarder. From an early age, Ben developed his skills and love of outdoor recreation by building his own practice jumps in his back yard. He was also deaf.
Ben attended The Learning Center for the Deaf in Framingham, MA from the age of six months through elementary school. He completed high school at Dover-Sherborn High School in Dover MA. He was in his fourth year at the Rochester Institute of Technology and was deeply involved in community service projects at the time of his passing.
To honor Ben’s life, Ben’s relative wishes to offer an annual snowboard scholarship to a Dream Adaptive Recreation athlete to enable him or her to participate in the Alpine winter program at Whitefish Mountain Resort. The scholarship amount is $300 to fund the seven week ski/ride program and to help purchase any winter “gear” needs. Preference is given to applicants with a hearing impairment or those that are totally deaf but is not restricted to that requirement.