Brad Bramigk Memorial Scholarship

The Carver Lions support a wide variety of local, national and international causes, including the support of educational excellence.  We believe that well-educated citizens strengthen our communities and improve our nation.  Our commitment to educational excellence is another way we live out our motto, “We Serve.” 

In 2022, we are planning to award eight (8) total $1000 scholarship for current high school students and or students enrolled in a post high school programs in 2020-2021. Scholarships are to be used for post high school education in the 2022-2023 school year. Priority will be given to those who have not previously been awarded a Carver Lions Scholarship, but previous winners may be considered. Qualifying applicants will need to meet the requirements listed below. Applications are due by March 1, 2022. Applications should be emailed to or mailed to:

   Jim Weygand
   209 Carver Creek Place
   Carver, MN 55315

Qualified Applicant Criteria


  1. Have a minimum GPA of 3.0, verified through transcript or equivalent. Copy of transcript or equivalent is required. GPA will be considered in scoring.

  2. Have a demonstrated commitment to service to others and leadership in the community, verified in their essay and letters of recommendation. Priority of scoring will be on Service

  3. Submit two letters of recommendations from non-family members. The emphasis of the letters should be on the applicant’s commitment to service and leadership in their community

  4. Live within or attend a school in the Eastern Carver County School District, or the child or grandchild of a Carver Lion.

  5. Completed Carver Lion’s Brad Bramigk Scholarship Application

  6. Write a 250-500-word essay that should focus on applicants view of the importance of service to others in the community and highlight the applicant’s own commitment to service. Other information and essay content are at the discretion of the applicant. 

  7. Will be attending a post-secondary school (which may include two or four-year college/university, trade school, vocational school, institutes of technology


Please contact Jim Weygand at 612-802-5307 or with questions.