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Disabled Hockey Scholarship

The 2019 Disabled Hockey Scholarship was awarded in April at Minnesota Hockey's Annual Meeting. 2020 applications will be posted in January.

Minnesota Hockey Disabled Scholarship Program

Each year Minnesota Disabled Hockey offers a grant award to eligible, registered members of Minnesota Hockey. The grant can be used at any post high school institution (i.e. college, transition program, etc.) or to enhance a player's personal growth and development, such as therapy services, rehabilitation services or specialized equipment. It will be a one-time award that will not need to be repaid. This grant does NOT cover transportation to hockey events, miscellaneous expenses at hockey events or on/off time.

To be eligible for the Minnesota Disabled Hockey grant the applicant must be a resident of Minnesota, properly registered with and participating on a Disabled Hockey program of an affiliate association of Minnesota Hockey.

Application forms are available. Please complete and send to Executive Director, Minnesota Hockey Disabled Scholarship Committee, 317 Washington Street, St. Paul, MN 55102. Or call 651-307-0660 for more information.

Along with the completed application you must submit the following information (incomplete applications will not be considered):

1. Completed application form;
2. Application letter stating why you are applying for the scholarship, what your contributions to your team/organization are and the significance of hockey in your personal development;
3. Two letters of recommendation from two hockey mentors, present or past.  Recommendation letters should be sent directly to the scholarship committee at the address noted above.

Method of Payment
The $1,000 grant award will be sent directly to the awardee's program that is providing educational/personal growth and development opportunities for that individual.

Applications must be completed and returned to the scholarship committee. The deadline for 2019 scholarship applications will be announced in the coming weeks. Incomplete applications will not be considered.