Ellis H. Stroup Key Club Leadership Scholarship

As Secretary/Treasurer to the Capital District for 36 years, Ellis Stroup was a role model for decades as he interacted with Kiwanians from all walks of life. A World War II Marine in the Pacific, Ellis became a successful businessman and a leader in Kiwanis. He earned the distinct honor or the longest serving District Secretary/Treasurer in the history of Kiwanis International.  

The Ellis H. Stroup Key Club Leadership Scholarship has been established by CDKF to honor Ellis’ extensive contributions to Capital District Kiwanis. The scholarship is for $2,000 (until funds are exhausted) to recognize a Key Club member for leadership achievement.

The award parameters include:

  1. Evidence of outstanding member in a Key Club within the Capital District.
  2. Participation in at least 80% of club projects and fundraisers.
  3. Involvement and accomplishments in non-school activities.
  4. Acceptance to a college, university, or post-secondary education; and
  5. Graduating senior

Potential applicants should utilize the existing Key Club application process. Applications will be judged by the established judging procedure. The Capital District Kiwanis Foundation Board will appoint a representative to participate in the judging. The Leadership Scholarship recipient will be announced at the Key Club Convention and awarded at the Kiwanis District Convention.

You can apply here https://fs11.formsite.com/CapitalKeyClub/Scholarship/index.html.