The William A. Perry Scholarship Program was established by the Board of Directors of the Waterfowl Festival in memory of one of its principal founders and former President – Mr. William A. Perry.

Administered by the Festival’s Scholarship Committee, a Scholarship Application may be submitted by high school seniors who will be attending an accredited College/University, Trade School or, by students enrolled in accredited graduate or post-graduate degree programs.

Only students who volunteer significant time and service to the Waterfowl Festival during either the annual November Waterfowl Festival or, during the year or, who provide valuable assistance in development and participation in Programs sponsored by the Waterfowl Festival, are eligible for scholarship consideration.

Volunteer and Program work by any Applicant must have occurred within not less than 2 years prior to submission of a Scholarship Application. Complete applications are due April 30, 2022.