Stukent + ICCU Student Scholarships

2023 Student Scholarship Application Information

Idaho Central Credit Union (ICCU) has partnered with Stukent to provide financial literacy education materials to schools in Idaho and Eastern Washington. As part of this partnership, students who use the Stukent Personal Finance simulation and curriculum thanks to ICCU are able to participate in this exclusive scholarship opportunity.

The scholarship consists of two essay responses and a few simple questions. Students are highly encouraged to review the essay grading rubric prior to writing their essays. 

2023 Scholarship Winners

Brayden H. – Jerome High School

Brock H. – Madison High School

Christian L. – Nampa Christian High School

Claire L. – Declo High School

Colton L. – Carey High School

David M. – Clarkston High School

Ella D. – Nampa Christian High School

Isaac A. – Declo High School

Katelynn K. – Declo High School

Kelcee B. – Declo High School

Noah B. – Prairie High School

Olivia K. – St. John-Endicott High School

Paisley S. – Declo High School

Sonia R. – Jerome High School

Taryn D. – Clarkston High School

If you are a winning student, please contact your financial literacy teacher to claim your scholarship.
An email with instructions has been sent to them regarding your reward.


Fifteen (15) students will each be awarded a $1,000 scholarship. 


Scholarship applications are due
NO LATER than 11:59 PM MDT on June 2, 2023

Winners will be announced June 15, 2023

The scholarship application deadline has passed.

Scholarship Overview

Stukent has partnered with Idaho Central Credit Union to award $15,000 in scholarships to students using the Stukent High School Personal Finance simulation

These scholarship funds are exclusively available to students in Idaho and Eastern Washington. Fifteen students will each be awarded a $1,000 scholarship. 

Eligibility Requirements

Each applicant MUST:

  • be a high school student residing in Idaho or Eastern Washington.
  • have completed at least three billing cycles within the Mimic Personal Finance Simulation.
  • complete the scholarship application in full and review/ follow the grading rubric for the two essay questions.

Scholarship Essay Rubric

Content Structure Spelling & Grammar
(10 points per essay)
(10 points per essay)
(5 points per essay)
Each essay is clear and concise and addresses the prompt(s) in full. Ideas are well developed and the applicant elaborates effectively on their ideas.

• The applicant Identifies EACH of the top three lessons they learned from using the Stukent Personal Finance simulation in their class. (First essay)

•​​ The applicant clearly outlines their plan of what they would do if they were awarded the scholarship. (Second essay)​​
Each essay prompt is organized and flows well. It is evident that the applicant puts critical thought into their individual responses.​

• Ample detail is provided in each essay

To be awarded full points, each scholarship essay must be devoid of any spelling or grammar errors.​

Previous Scholarship Winners