WRCC will recognize individual students from each program and each session that has demonstrated the following:
An annual award from each shop will be given to the student that has progressed significantly during the year and has attained competence in his/her technical training area. A plaque and a certificate will be given to the student at the end of the year.
An annual award from each shop that is given to the student (usually a senior) that has demonstrated exemplary competency attainment in their field of training. In addition, this student would be pursing post secondary training, have secured a job, or otherwise be actively seeking employment in their career area. A plaque, certificate and/or other appropriate recognition is given at the end of the year.
Given annually to a deserving student that has taken a sequence of business program courses with success and has been a contributing member of the Future Business Leaders of America and DECA, an association of business and marketing students.
The purpose of the National Technical Honor Society is to reward excellence in technical education. Juniors and seniors enrolled in the Career Center for a full year and who carry at least one additional course each semester may be eligible for nomination. Other criteria are listed below and students should consider these carefully from the beginning of the school year.
This scholarship, established in memory of James J. Cusick, former WSESU
Superintendent, is awarded to a student in the Career Center who intends on
continuing his or her education in a technical field.
This award, honoring William Dennen, who served as Director of the Career
Center for seventeen years, recognizes the overall Outstanding Career Center
Student for his/her academic excellence, occupational training, Career Center
and community service, extra-curricular activities, work experience, willingness
to try new things, and ability to show initiative.
This award is given to a graduating senior from the Career Center
This award is given to a graduating senior from the Career Center who has
successfully completed one of the advanced Business Academy
This $2,000 scholarship, offered by a former student in the business
department and president of FBLA, is awarded to an outstanding business student
who is also an active member of DECA and/or FBLA. The recipient must be a BUHS
This $1,000 scholarship, offered by a former student in the business
department and president of FBLA, is awarded to an outstanding member of DECA
and/or FBLA. This scholarship can be granted to a student from any of our
This award, named after Raymond Harrington, who spent his life working with
wood, is given to a student who intends on pursuing a career in the field of
This award is given to a graduating senior enrolled in the Construction
Trades program who plans on pursuing further studies in the construction
This award, given to a senior seeking further education, recognizes consistent enthusiasm for learning, active and positive participation in class projects, and outstanding work in digital art and film making.
This award, named after Stuart Thurber Sr., who dedicated himself to farming,
is awarded to a student who intends to continue his or her career in agriculture
or a related field.
This scholarship is awarded to a senior, recommended by his or her
Horticulture or Forestry program instructor, who plans to attend an accredited
school in the fall. For more information - http://sites.google.com/site/brattleborogardenclub/scholarship
This savings bond is awarded to a student who has mastered the majority of
skills needed to be a Chef, including academic and leadership skills as well as
This award goes to a student who has mastered all of the skills needed in
table service as well as the people skills used to make the customer feel
This scholarship honors the memory of Greg Baird and his love of the Culinary
Arts field. First awarded in 1985, it goes to a student accepted into a Culinary
School who is sincere about furthering his or her education.
This award is given to a deserving student in the field of forestry to help
further their continuing education.
This scholarship is given in recognition of Brent D. Young who loved the
outdoors, nature, and the rewards of the Forestry Program. The recipient is
likely to earn his or her living in some form of agricultural
To be presented to a BUHS/WRCC graduate who will be pursuing the study of
Theatre Arts in a post-secondary institution. Evidence must be presented in the
form of a cover letter specifying what post-secondary study the student intends
to pursue, as well as a portfolio demonstrating the student's work to date in
the study of Theatre Arts. This scholarship will be presented in June, but will
not be paid until proof of first semester enrollment and success is submitted.
The scholarship will be in the amount of $300.
The Vermont Honors Scholarship is awarded through the Vermont Student
Assistance Corporation to a student who has demonstrated academic excellence.
The recipient of this award is not only at the top of his/her class but is also
a student who has demonstrated a commitment to a technical career
The Anthony Cersosimo Scholarship is awarded annually to a graduating senior
at Brattleboro Union High School, Windham Regional Career Center, Leland and
Gray Union High School or to the grandchild or child of an employee of the
Cersosimo Lumber Company, Inc. or Cersosimo Industries, Inc. The scholarship is
one thousand dollars, given by the family of Anthony F. Cersosimo, to a
deserving individual who exhibits strong character, motivation, scholastic
ability and financial need.
Given annually to an individual enrolled in the Fire Service Program at the
Windham Regional Career Center to recognize a deserving student in the field of
The Stickney, Thwing, Ranney and Darrow families made these scholarships possible. The Ranney Memorial Scholarships consists of two $1000 grants for first-year college students.