This program is formally known as the Caltrol Sponsorship Award and has been relaunched into the Jake Kielb's Travel Scholarship program. The Jake Kielb’s Travel Scholarship Program was created to support local youth hockey players and goalies playing on an established USA Hockey sanctioned youth hockey travel team. Understanding that the costs associated with travel hockey programs can be preventative, the goal of this scholarship program is to assist families with the program fees associated with their travel team.
Applications will be accepted until August 15th or one week after the final travel team tryouts for the fall season, whichever is earlier.
-Applicants must be contracted with a USA Hockey registered youth travel organization located in Clark County, NV
-Applicants must be contracted for the 2023-2024 fall travel season
-Applicants must be 17 years of age or younger
-The following items must be submitted to the Foundation via email at email@example.com no later than August 15. 2023 or one week after the final travel team tryouts for the fall season, whichever is earlier
o Attached completed application
oCopy of signed letter of intent or contract showing the anticipated fees
oTwo letters of recommendation
oWritten statement of financial need which may also include most recent tax returns or other supporting documentation indicating financial need. Statement can be completed by parent or guardian
-Letters of recommendation should speak to the applicant’s character, passion for the sport, uniqueness, and sportsmanship
-All application questions must be answered completely. Incomplete applications will not be considered
-Applications will be reviewed by the selection committee within two weeks of the final tryout
-Scholarship winner will be contacted via phone and/or email and announced via all Jake Kielb’s related social media channels and websites on or before September 1st, 2023
-Winner will work with a representative from Jake Kielb’s Hockey Foundation for payment instructions directly to the contracted team