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Celebrate 25 years of the Permanent Endowment Trust:

A Quarter Million for a Quarter Century

The WEMTA Permanent Endowment Trust (PET),  established in 1992, has begun a fund raising campaign A Quarter Million for a Quarter Century to celebrate the 25th anniversary of PET in 2017.  Please participate in this campaign by making your tax deductible contribution to PET. Donations may be sent to the WEMTA Office at PO Box 44578, Madison, WI 53744-4578. Individuals are also encouraged to pledge annual contributions to PET. Please contact the PET committee at pet@wemta.org for information on making contributions, making a pledge, or applying for scholarships and grants.

The WEMTA PET has provided over $50,000 in scholarships and project grants to Wisconsin recipients. Contributions to PET are tax deductible and donors are honored through a cumulative giving program (details below).  For a donation brochure please click here.

Activities:

The WEMTA Permanent Endowment Trust makes it possible for WEMTA to offer  scholarships and outreach grants. Application forms are available here on our website on the Scholarship page. All applications for scholarships and grants are due December 15.

Scholarships are:

The Doctoral Studies Scholarship provides funding for a doctoral student enrolled in a university program that prepares educators of future school library media and instructional technology specialists.  

The Lowell Wilson Scholarship encourages strong leaders to gain the certification required for serving as Library Media and Instructional Technology Specialists in our schools. This scholarship provides funding to cover tuition costs for graduate level coursework leading to licensure. 

Outreach Grants fund innovative projects on an annual basis. Proposals should address one of three areas:

  • Programs and projects that provide a direct and recognizable benefit to WEMTA members
  • Programs and projects which support innovation in school library media or instructional technology programs
  • Community programs that promote partnerships within the profession 

Cumulative Giving Program:

WEMTA members and associates may contribute annually through a cumulative giving plan. Annual contributions are cumulative so donors can move to higher contribution level. PET has established the following recognition levels to acknowledge contributions:

(Note: WEMTA Permanent Endowment Trust Founders’ Club members are identified with an asterisk.)

  • Friend $20-$99
  • Associate $100-$249
  • Partner $250-$499
  • Benefactor $500-$749
  • Investor $750-$999
  • Pillar $1,000 & over

To date, Jim Klein is the only individual who has reached the PET Benefactor level. Jim is also a member of the WEMTA Permanent Endowment Trust Founders’ Club.

PET Partners, Associates and Friends as of March 2014 are:

Partner

Associate

Friend

Kate Bugher

Nelson Aakre*

Marcia Aas

Carolyn Cain*

Helen Adams*

Sonja Ackerman

Teri Iverson

David Barnard*

Lori Barber

Mike Weber

Mary Ann Blahnik

Marta Bechtol

Lowell Wilson

James M. Bowen

Kay Biernasz

Mary Lou Zuege

Richard R. Buck*

Nancy Biese

 

Jo Ann Carr

Michael Blumenthal

 

Miriam Erickson*

Carol Ebel

 

Carolyn Folke*

Val Edwards

 

Sherry Freiberg*

Sharon Ellner

 

Joann Gadicke*

Judith Eulberg

 

Ruth Ann Gilbertson

Jeffrey Gibson

 

Harry Herbert*

Grace Ann Hansen

 

Pamela Hill*

Amy Healey

 

Lucy Rose Johns*

Dianne Hopkins

 

Thomas Kennedy*

Nancy Jones

 

Mary Klein*

Allison Kaplan

 

Ronald Klitzkie*

Kathy Klein

 

Neah Lohr

Laura Marusinec

 

Fred Marini*

Robin Mills

 

Yolan Mistele

Gary Mohr

 

Ralph A. Munger*

Amanda Moss

 

Cathy Retzer

Linda Nemschoff

 

Barbara J. Rosenthal*

Carol O'Neill

 

Steve Sanders

Melanie Olson

 

Eileen Schroeder

Vonna Pitel

 

Dale Simonson

Patricia A. Premo

 

Barbara Swannack*

Marilyn Rasmussen

 

Russ Truettner*

Betty Reiter

 

Ralph Whiting

Rochelle Rogan

 

Ann Wolter*

Kirstin M. Rose

 

Trudy Wooden*

Kathy Sanders

 

James Zitzelsberger

Vicki Santacroce

 

 

Keith Schroeder

 

 

Lynn Slowiak

 

 

Annette Smith

 

 

Kathleen Steingraber

 

 

Carolyn Thomann

 

 

Teresa Voss

 

 

Julie Watson

 

 

Pat Wende

 

 

Deb Wolff

 

 

Susan Wood

AmazonSmile: WEMTA has designated AmazonSmile donations to PET. Click the banner or link below to direct a percentage of your Amazon purchases to PET: http://smile.amazon.com/ch/93-0827622

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Wisconsin Educational Media

 

 

 

 

 

PET Committee:

Jo Ann Carr, Chair

Renee Disch, WEMTA Treasurer

Jim Klein

Eileen Schroeder, WEMTA Secretary

Joel Verduin,  WEMTA Past President

For information or questions, please email PET at PET@wemta.org

 

Celebrate 25 years of the Permanent Endowment Trust:

A Quarter Million for a Quarter Century

The WEMTA Permanent Endowment Trust (PET),  established in 1992, has begun a fund raising campaign A Quarter Million for a Quarter Century to celebrate the 25th anniversary of PET in 2017.  Please participate in this campaign by making your tax deductible contribution to PET. Donations may be sent to the WEMTA Office at PO Box 44578, Madison, WI 53744-4578. Individuals are also encouraged to pledge annual contributions to PET. Please contact the PET committee at pet@wemta.org for information on making contributions, making a pledge, or applying for scholarships and grants.

The WEMTA PET has provided over $50,000 in scholarships and project grants to Wisconsin recipients. Contributions to PET are tax deductible and donors are honored through a cumulative giving program (details below).  For a donation brochure please click here.

Activities:

The WEMTA Permanent Endowment Trust makes it possible for WEMTA to offer  scholarships and outreach grants. Application forms are available here on our website on the Scholarship page. All applications for scholarships and grants are due December 15.

Scholarships are:

The Doctoral Studies Scholarship provides funding for a doctoral student enrolled in a university program that prepares educators of future school library media and instructional technology specialists.  

The Lowell Wilson Scholarship encourages strong leaders to gain the certification required for serving as Library Media and Instructional Technology Specialists in our schools. This scholarship provides funding to cover tuition costs for graduate level coursework leading to licensure. 

Outreach Grants fund innovative projects on an annual basis. Proposals should address one of three areas:

  • Programs and projects that provide a direct and recognizable benefit to WEMTA members
  • Programs and projects which support innovation in school library media or instructional technology programs
  • Community programs that promote partnerships within the profession 

Cumulative Giving Program:

WEMTA members and associates may contribute annually through a cumulative giving plan. Annual contributions are cumulative so donors can move to higher contribution level. PET has established the following recognition levels to acknowledge contributions:

(Note: WEMTA Permanent Endowment Trust Founders’ Club members are identified with an asterisk.)

  • Friend $20-$99
  • Associate $100-$249
  • Partner $250-$499
  • Benefactor $500-$749
  • Investor $750-$999
  • Pillar $1,000 & over

To date, Jim Klein is the only individual who has reached the PET Benefactor level. Jim is also a member of the WEMTA Permanent Endowment Trust Founders’ Club.

PET Partners, Associates and Friends as of March 2014 are:

Partner

Associate

Friend

Kate Bugher

Nelson Aakre*

Marcia Aas

Carolyn Cain*

Helen Adams*

Sonja Ackerman

Teri Iverson

David Barnard*

Lori Barber

Mike Weber

Mary Ann Blahnik

Marta Bechtol

Lowell Wilson

James M. Bowen

Kay Biernasz

Mary Lou Zuege

Richard R. Buck*

Nancy Biese

 

Jo Ann Carr

Michael Blumenthal

 

Miriam Erickson*

Carol Ebel

 

Carolyn Folke*

Val Edwards

 

Sherry Freiberg*

Sharon Ellner

 

Joann Gadicke*

Judith Eulberg

 

Ruth Ann Gilbertson

Jeffrey Gibson

 

Harry Herbert*

Grace Ann Hansen

 

Pamela Hill*

Amy Healey

 

Lucy Rose Johns*

Dianne Hopkins

 

Thomas Kennedy*

Nancy Jones

 

Mary Klein*

Allison Kaplan

 

Ronald Klitzkie*

Kathy Klein

 

Neah Lohr

Laura Marusinec

 

Fred Marini*

Robin Mills

 

Yolan Mistele

Gary Mohr

 

Ralph A. Munger*

Amanda Moss

 

Cathy Retzer

Linda Nemschoff

 

Barbara J. Rosenthal*

Carol O'Neill

 

Steve Sanders

Melanie Olson

 

Eileen Schroeder

Vonna Pitel

 

Dale Simonson

Patricia A. Premo

 

Barbara Swannack*

Marilyn Rasmussen

 

Russ Truettner*

Betty Reiter

 

Ralph Whiting

Rochelle Rogan

 

Ann Wolter*

Kirstin M. Rose

 

Trudy Wooden*

Kathy Sanders

 

James Zitzelsberger

Vicki Santacroce

 

 

Keith Schroeder

 

 

Lynn Slowiak

 

 

Annette Smith

 

 

Kathleen Steingraber

 

 

Carolyn Thomann

 

 

Teresa Voss

 

 

Julie Watson

 

 

Pat Wende

 

 

Deb Wolff

 

 

Susan Wood

AmazonSmile: WEMTA has designated AmazonSmile donations to PET. Click the link below to direct a percentage of your Amazon purchases to PET: http://smile.amazon.com/ch/93-082762

 

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PET Committee:

Jo Ann Carr, Chair

Renee Disch, WEMTA Treasurer

Jim Klein

Eileen Schroeder, WEMTA Secretary

Joel Verduin,  WEMTA Past President

For information or questions, please email PET at PET@wemta.org