Local Grant Application
Rotary Restoration at Big Woods Lake
In 2001, the Cedar Falls Rotary Club partnered with the Cedar Falls Parks Division, University of Northern Iowa, and Black Hawk County Conservation office to establish a 10 acre prairie on the south end of Big Woods Lake.
Beginning in 1999, two Technical Vocational Scholarships of $1,000 each have been awarded annually to graduates of Cedar Falls High School. To qualify, a student must be a graduating senior or a previous graduate with at least a 2.0 (C) grade point average in high school or in college classes taken at an accredited institution. The students must be applying to or attending a vocational-technical school in Black Hawk County.
The Cedar Falls Rotary Club recognizes the critical need for a technically qualified
workforce and is pleased to offer this opportunity to graduates Cedar Falls High School. The Technical Vocational Scholarship program is being established to
provide financial assistance for students seeking to pursue technical vocational careers.
Applications and more information about the scholarship program may be obtained at
Cedar Falls High School. For more information please contact Craig johnson at 319-273-2581.
2014 Scholarship Applications
General Scholarship Application – Deadline March 28, 2014
Vocational Scholarship Application – Deadline March 28, 2014
Rotary Club of Cedar Falls Johnny Dickinson Rotary Scholarship – Deadline April 30, 2014
“The most powerful force in the promotion of international understanding and peace is exposure to different cultures.” Rotary Youth Exchange (RYE) provides an opportunity for high school students ages 16-18 to meet people from other lands and to experience their cultures by studying abroad for one year.
Each year, thousands of students are involved in the RYE to countries around the world.
Cedar Falls Rotarians have hosted Rotary Exchange students from Brazil and Slovakia. The club has also sponsored outbound exchange students.
Concessions at the Cedar Falls Municipal Band Concerts
Starting in 2013 the Rotary Club of Cedar Falls has raised money by selling popcorn and refreshments at the weekly Cedar Falls Municipal Band concerts. The club donates a portion of the money raised back to the band and the remainder is used to help fund other projects.