Joshua Theis of De Pere and Anthony Schneider of Green Bay were selected as the most recent recipients of the Phil Hauck Scholarship at St. Norbert College.
The scholarship covers half the cost of books, fees and tuition for an individual pursuing an MBA through the Schneider School, or half the cost of books, fees and materials for participation in the core program of the Center for Exceptional Leadership (CEL).
Theis is pursuing his MBA at St. Norbert and Schneider will be attending the November Foundational Leadership program through the CEL.
Theis is the executive director at Options for Independent Living in Green Bay. Options for Independent Living is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization committed to empowering people with disabilities to lead independent and productive lives in their community through advocacy, the provision of information, education, technology and related services.
Schneider is community engagement specialist at St. John’s Ministries of Green Bay. In this role, Schneider builds relationships with key community partners and donors and serves as the face of St. John’s Ministries at community events.
A longtime champion of the local economy, Phil Hauck continues to be a strong supporter of nonprofit agencies in the region. The Phil Hauck Scholarship for Nonprofit Leaders was established at St. Norbert College in recognition of Hauck’s efforts. Applicants must be employed by a nonprofit, and, if applying for the CEL, must also be in a leadership role.