"2021-2022 Smart Choices Scholarship"
    Deadline: 04/01/22
    (1) male and one (1) female graduating senior from among the WIAA member high schools for excellence in athletics/activities, academics, leadership and community service throughout his and her high school career.  Each of the Smart Choices winners will receive a $5,000 scholarship toward the institution of their choosing.
    Eligibility – APPLICANT
    The person applying (“Applicant”) must be a legal resident of Washington State, who, as of SEPTEMBER 1, 2021, is enrolled a full-time student in a WIAA member high school, in good standing, in grade 12, with a minimum GPA of 3.20, and who participates in a WIAA-sanctioned high school sport or activity during the 2021-22 school year, as determined by Sponsors in their sole discretion.  Applicant cannot be on suspension or other disciplinary probation imposed by the school or school system at any time in the 2021-22 school year. Applicant cannot have been arrested, charged with, or convicted of any crime including but not limited to possessing a suspended drivers license, or a DUI conviction.   Applicant must be a consumer of real dairy products and not opposed to dairy product production or practices based on social or personal choice regarding animal welfare or nutritional beliefs.  Sponsors may, in their sole discretion, complete a background check of the applicant including civil, financial, driver-history, any drug or alcohol dependency or treatment, criminal arrests or convictions, or law suits – either settled or still pending. Applicants will provide authorization for a background check as requested by the sponsors. Scholarship recipients must graduate at the end of the regular 2021-22 school year and enroll as a full-time student matriculating at a State accredited four-year college or university, approved by sponsors, carrying a minimum of 12 credits for the 2021 Fall semester.  Trade, vocational and community colleges are not eligible. 
    How to Apply:
    Complete and submit the Application Form by following the instructions provided.  Application Form includes personal information, academic information, leadership, and community service details. As part of the Application Form, each Applicant will be required to write an essay in English of no more than 250 words or submit a video personal statement no longer than five (5) minutes about “How you plan to use your education to benefit others”.  All essays and videos must be the sole, original work of the Applicant. Technical assistance in creation of videos is allowed (camera man/woman). Essays and videos will be considered equally based on message and creativity.  IT IS THE MESSAGE THAT COUNTS MOST, not the medium.  Please print out and keep a copy of the completed Application Form as proof of submission.  Such copy does not constitute proof of receipt by Sponsors.
     Only one (1) entry per Applicant.   

     "Elevate Women in Technology Scholarship"
    Deadline: 04/01/22
    ($500.00 per Award)
    From shaping our behavior, to shifting our beliefs, to redesigning our interactions, technology is rapidly changing the world. The rise of technology has created a wealth of personal and professional opportunities and the ability to leave a positive dent in the universe.  It’s critical that women be at the forefront of our tech-driven world. Globally, women are significantly underrepresented in the tech sector. While many factors contribute to the gender imbalance in tech, it’s indisputable that having more women in tech will fuel innovation and lead to better social and business outcomes. During my career in technology, I've benefited from having amazing female leaders who have increased my empathy, compassion, and effectiveness as a leader.
    The Elevate Women in Technology Scholarship 
    exists to move the tech industry in the right direction by empowering the next generation of extraordinary women leaders. The scholarship is open to students at any educational level and field of study. The only application requirement is that students are women who intend to enter a technical or non-technical career that leverages technology to make the world a better place. While not required, being involved in entrepreneurial endeavors and STEM fields of study will be a plus on student applications.

    "La Jolla Mom Communication Scholarship"
    Deadline: 04/01/22
    Scholarship Open Now 
    ($500.00 One-Time Scholarship) 
    Are you currently pursuing a career in Communications? Are you unapologetically ambitious about what you will accomplish in your career? We want to meet you! As part of our giving back initiatives, the team at La Jolla Mom is proud to offer assistance to college students studying communications or a related field. High school seniors who are planning on majoring in communications or a related field are also eligible.

    Under this annual scholarship program, we will award a $500 one-time scholarship to a single recipient biannually, in the fall and spring academic year.

    How to apply:

    To apply, please use the form below. Attach a short, original essay (maximum of 1000 words) that includes:

    Why you are interested in pursuing a career in the communications field.

    Why you are the best candidate for this opportunity.  

    "Elevate Women in Technology Scholarship"
    Deadline: 04/01/22
    ($500.00 per Award )
    Despite living in the most prosperous and interconnected time in history, rates of depression, anxiety, substance abuse, and suicide are on the rise. In the United States, suicide is the 10th leading cause of death. It kills someone every 12 minutes. What’s our solution to the vast and growing mental health problem? A society that tunes out those who struggle and a broken system that offers addictive pharmaceutical drugs, outdated and inconsistent therapy practices, and understaffed hospitals with mediocre care.

    The Elevate Mental Health Awareness Scholarship is dedicated to my mom, a wonderful woman who taught me the power of authenticity, belief, and compassion.

    My hope is that the scholarship inspires greater awareness about mental health and fuels innovative solutions that help the millions of people who are suffering. When we bring the darkness to light, it will slowly fade. The scholarship is open to students at any educational level and field of study. The only application requirement is that students have personally experienced challenges with mental health or have had people close to them who have experienced mental health challenges. Students applying to the scholarship will be required to write an essay about how their experience with mental health has influenced their beliefs, relationships, and career aspirations. While not required, working or volunteering at organizations that increase mental health awareness, provide mental health support, or research mental health solutions will be a plus on student applications.

    "Herbert Lehman Scholarship"
    Deadline: 04/01/22
    ($3,000.00 per year for four years) 
    The Herbert Lehman Scholarship is a national, highly competitive scholarship that makes annual awards to qualified, outstanding undergraduate students. The scholarship, established in 1964, is named after the former Governor and United States Senator from New York in recognition of his integrity, courage, and persistence on behalf of numerous civil rights causes.

    Herbert Lehman Scholarships were initially awarded to help African-American students attend formerly segregated four-year colleges and universities in the South and to increase the number of African Americans in the legal profession.

    Today, the mission of the Herbert Lehman Education Program is to help transform the promise of racial equality into a social, economic, and political reality by supporting talented undergraduate students with a financial need to stay in school and successfully complete their bachelor's degree.

    Currently, Herbert Lehman Scholarships are open to students who meet the eligibility and award criteria. Awards generally do not exceed four years.

    Students who are interested in applying for the Herbert Lehman Scholarship are strongly encouraged to review the eligibility criteria and program description before submitting an application.

    The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund Herbert Lehman Scholarship Program awards are $3,000 per year, over four years, for a total of $12,000 - provided funds are available. Scholars must remain in good academic standing and continue to meet the scholarship criteria in order to maintain eligibility. The deadline for the scholarship is April 1, 2022.

    Final decisions are made by mid-July/August, at which time all students will be notified of their status via email.

    U.S. Citizenship;
    Must be a graduating high school senior, a first-year student in an accredited four-year college, or a student transferring into an accredited four-year college,
    (Students beginning as a junior are not eligible;)
    Lehman Scholarships are only available to students who will be attending four-year colleges or universities full-time. If you start as a junior, you are not eligible.
     Demonstrated financial need - must have a combined family income of $65,000 or less;
    (Applicants must provide a copy of their FAFSA Form, and have a family income of $65,000 or less.)
    Record of academic achievement; and  Demonstrated commitment to public service.

    "Washington State Grange Scholarship"
    Deadline: 04/01/22
    WA Grange Scholarship 2021
     The Washington State Grange offers scholarships to qualified students as funds from current contributions, donations, or interest from dedicated funds become available.The applicants must be high school seniors or graduates already enrolled or planning to enroll in institutions of higher learning. Applicants or their parents or
    legal guardians must currently be members of the Washington State Grange.
    The scholarships must be used at an institution offering course s leading to a certificate or degree in the chosen field of profession or vocation. This includes community colleges as well as institutions offering academic degree programs.
    The Washington State Grange offers many scholarships each year. You will be considered an applicant for all scholarships for which you qualify.
    No student will receive more than one scholarship per year. To ensure that you are considered for ALL the scholarships for whic h you qualify,
    please check the area of study below that best describes you. 

      "Yakima Valley Construction Federation Scholarship" 
    Deadline: 04/01/22
    Construction Trade Scholarship
    Each year the Yakima Valley Construction Federation presents Scholarships to eligible students in Central Washington. Each Scholarship is awarded to a deserving high school graduate who is preparing for a career in the Construction Industry.
    to apply:
    Provide this SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION completely filled out. You can also print a copy from our website, www.yakimaplancenter.com, under Yakima Valley Construction Federation Scholarship. Provide your current sealed transcript, your resume and three letters of recommendation. Keep a copy of your Scholarship Application Packet for your records. Scholarship Application Packets must be postmarked by April 1. Selection of scholarship recipients will be decided by June 1. Selection of Scholarship recipients will be made by the Yakima Valley Construction Federation Scholarship Committee appointed annually by the Board of Directors. Scholarship checks will be awarded upon proof of acceptance into a college (university or trade school). Checks will be written and sent to the college.
    "American Foreign Service Association Scholarship Contest" 
    Deadline: 04/04/22
    The current multipolar era poses challenges for U.S. foreign policy but also provides new opportunities for partnership across world powers – including emerging great powers like China and Russia – to build peace in conflict-affected countries. Describe a current situation where American diplomats and peacebuilders are working with other world powers, as well as local and/or regional actors, in a conflict-affected country to champion democracy, promote human rights, and/or resolve violent conflict.
    Successful essays will identify, in no more than 1,250 words, the strategies and tactics U.S. Foreign Service Officers and American peace builders are employing to build successful partnerships with other world and regional powers and with local actors in the chosen current situation. The essay will also describe specific ways that these partnerships are helping to promote stability and build peace.
    Students whose parents are not in the Foreign Service are eligible to participate if they are in grades nine through twelve in any of the fifty states, the District of Columbia, the U.S. territories, or if they are U.S. citizens/lawful permanent residents attending high school overseas. Students may be attending a public, private, or parochial school. Entries from home-schooled students are also accepted. Previous first-place winners and immediate relatives of directors or staff of the AFSA, the U.S. Institute of Peace, Semester at Sea and National Student Leadership Conference are not eligible to participate. Previous honorable mention designees are eligible to enter.
    $2,500 to the writer of the winning essay, in addition to an all-expense paid trip to the nation's capital from anywhere in the U.S. for the winner and his or her parents, and an all-expense paid educational voyage courtesy of Semester at Sea. Runner-up receives $1,250 and a full tuition to attend a summer session of National Student Leadership Conference's International Diplomacy program.
    Due to COVID-19 some prizes may not be claimable immediately

    "Prime Mailbox's Women in Stem Scholarship" 
    Deadline: 04/05/22
    ($500.00 Award)
    We live in the information era, where technology underpins so much of our daily lives. Technology influences the way we communicate, learn, and entertain. And it has an increasing influence on key issues like the economy, foreign policy, privacy, healthcare, and more. In order to solve complex problems of the future, the US needs more women entering the science, technology, engineering, and math fields. Gender diversity introduces new perspectives and helps improve the STEM talent pool.  Seeing that women make up nearly half of the US labor market, but only 28% of the STEM workforce is female, there must be significant opportunities for women who are looking to kick start their careers in STEM. The gender gap is even higher in some of the fastest-growing and highest-paid tech & engineering jobs.  
    This scholarship is open to all women who plan to or are already taking courses toward a STEM degree.
    To apply, please write about "Why you’re passionate about STEM and why you think STEM will prepare you for a successful career."
    Female students pursuing a career in science, technology, engineering, or math
     "First Fruits Scholarship Program(Broetje Orchards) 
    Deadline: 04/06/22
    Most of our students are the first in their families to pursue higher education.  For them to be successful, we know it takes more than money. Our scholars program is about accompaniment — connecting with youth and their families, bridging relationships with schools, and building cohorts of students who can be a support to one another.
    Selection Process:
    The FirstFruits Scholars Program is open to children of FirstFruits Farms and FirstFruits Community employees.  We seek to connect with students early in their high school program so that we can build relationships with them and offer guidance as they chart their course for the future. Our orientation program takes prospective students through a series of workshops covering the following topics:  call and purpose; servant leadership; community service; planning and organizing; good decision making. Throughout the scholarship program, we place a high priority on community building — not only are students required to complete community service hours prior to applying for admission into our program, but they commit to community service hours every month during their course of study. The purpose of this community service requirement is less about the activity chosen than it is about the intentional effort made by each student to connect with people outside of their regular school routine.  Over the years, we have learned that the most successful students have built up networks of support, both on and off campus.  As they engage in the community around them, they build supportive relationships and takes these skills and connections with them wherever they go in the future. 
    To determine your eligibility or to begin the orientation process, please contact:

    Guadalupe Broetje, program coordinator

    509-412-1763 ext.229


    *Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and other scholarships.  

     (provide a $2,000 scholarship to a deserving student(s).
    Type or print legibly. Illegible applications will be returned to you. You may also download a copy of the application online at http://www.tricityplancenter.com
    To provide a $2,000 scholarship to a deserving student(s). Eligibility: Must be currently enrolled or planning to enroll in an accredited public or private
    college, university or trade school. Criteria: The Committee will select scholarship winners based upon the following criteria:
    (1) Academic achievement, (2) Community and school involvement, (3) Financial need, (4) Leadership potential, (5) Relationship of the student’s field of study to the construction industry (not required)
    Submit Application and Supporting Documents Electronically by E-mail or via the link below: E-mail: scott@tcplancenter.com or Use Link: https://www.mailbigfile.com/tricityplancenter
    If you have questions please see Mr. Brown in student services for more details. 

     "2022 Jasonte' Alllen Medsker (JAM)Scholarship"
    open to all graduating Female Seniors:

    The JaSonte Allen Medsker (JAM) scholarship was established in memory of a brave young man who faced adversity head on with amazing strength, tenacity and a love of learning! JaSonte’ was 16 years old when he suddenly transitioned from this life.

    During JaSonte’s life, he suffered from Cerebral Palsy that affected his entire body. Although his body was afflicted, his mental capacity was unaffected.  He loved socializing, joking, and especially school! He lived his life joyfully and always greeted everyone with a huge smile!

    JaSonte’s sweet spirit lives on and is celebrated through this scholarship that supports others in their quest for learning.


    • The JAM scholarship is open to female graduating high school seniors, who have overcome a hardship in life; financial, physical, or social barriers to complete high school.
    • 5 scholarship recipients (1) $2000 (2) $1000 (2) $500
    • The scholarship award will be used for tuition, fees, books and/or technical training.
    • Applicant must submit an essay.
    • Applicants must submit a letter of recommendation from a teacher, employer, or a community organization leader.
    • Completed application, essay, letter of recommendation and transcripts will be submitted to WOW |639 Cullum Ave | Richland, WA 99352
    • Application deadline: April 10, 2022.
    • Scholarship winner agrees to submit a recent photo.
    • Scholarship will be awarded upon proof of school registration & class schedule.
    • All awards that are not redeemed within one year will be nullified.
    • Any questions should be addressed to wowtricities@gmail.com
    As you reflect on JaSonte’s life and journey, express in your essay what inspires you about JaSonte’s life, your interest, accomplishments, aspirations, educational & career goals, service to school or community, honors, awards, activities, hardships, possible financial need, and any obstacles you had to overcome.

    "Allegra Ford Thomas Scholarship"
    Apply now Scholarship Open 
    The Allegra Ford Thomas Scholarship is a $5,000 scholarship awarded over two years ($2,500 each year) to a graduating high school senior who will enroll in a two-year community college, a vocational or technical training program, or a specialized program for students with LD and/or ADHD in the fall. Students must have a documented learning disability (LD) and/or ADHD. 
    Be a graduating high school senior who will be attending a two-year community college, a vocational/technical training program, or specialized program for students with LD and/or ADHD in the fall.
    Submit current financial information
    Provide most current documentation of an identified learning disability and/or ADHD (e.g., psycho-educational report, neuropsychological evaluation, IEP or 504 plan) and has utilized services, supports and/or accommodations.
    *Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarship

    "Anne Ford Scholarship"
    The Anne Ford Scholarship is a $10,000 scholarship ($2,500/year over four years) granted to a graduating high school senior who will be enrolled in a full-time bachelor’s degree program in the fall. Students must have a documented learning disability (LD) and/or ADHD

    "(WWIN)Star Scholarship Offerd by:Washington Women in Need"
    Scholarship for women 
    WWIN Star Scholars will receive up to $5,000 per academic year, and $20,000 over her undergraduate college career, to pay for tuition and required books at the approved Washington college or university of her choice.
    Between $500 and $20,000 per person (A total of $825,000 available)
    Between 50 and 125 scholarships will be awarded
    Certificate program: High School Senior, College Freshman, College Sophomore, College Junior, College Senior
    Private 4-year University or College, Private Vocational / Technical / Career College, Public 4-year University or College, Public 2-year Community / Technical College
    Must demonstrate financial need by completing a FAFSA
    Our Scholars are determined and driven and have a deep desire to build a better future for themselves and their families. They are prepared to work towards a college degree, sparking positive change for themselves, their families, and their communities for generations to come.  In addition to being ready to transform their lives, applicants must meet all of WWIN’s eligibility criteria and submit all required documentation to be considered.
    "Virgie M. Robinson Scholarship"
    The Virgie Robinson Memorial Scholarship Fund awards a $1,000 scholarship to graduating seniors of the Pasco School District who attended Virgie Robinson Elementary School at any time during their elementary school years. The scholarship can be used to help students pursue any type of post-secondary educational/vocational endeavor.
    Any Pasco School District graduating senior who attended Virgie Robinson Elementary School at any time during their elementary school years is eligible to apply.
    Please complete the personal essay outlined on the following page and mail it, along with this application and required documentation to:
    VMR Scholarships 
    10605 SE 240th Street  Suite 329 
    Kent, WA 98031

    "Margart McDonald Memorial Educational Scholarship"
    Female African- American Students only 
    ! The Margaret McDonald Memorial Scholarship Delta Sigma Theta Columbia Basin Alumnae Chapter Scholarship Announcement and Submission Directions
    The Columbia Basin Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. is accepting applications for our 2022 Margaret McDonald Memorial Educational Scholarship.
    The Sorority is sponsoring two scholarships, in the amounts of $2,000 and $1,500, for two female seniors of African American descent. The students must be enrolled in college to receive the scholarship. 
    Attached is a copy of the application that must be typed, completely filled out and submitted with the listed required attachments. You may also submit a typed resume in lieu of the application, however it must contain all information requested on the application. The deadline for the chapter to receive theapplication/resume with attachments is Monday, April 11, 2022. Please mail the application and attachment
    Delta Sigma Theta Sorority
    Columbia Basin Alumnae Chapter
    P.O. Box 1860 Richland, WA 99352
    Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. is a private, non-profit organization whose purpose is to provide as-sistance and support through established programs in local communities. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. was founded on January 13, 1913 by twenty-two collegiate women at Howard University. The goals of the sorority are to promote academic excellence and provide assistance to those in need.
    Today, the sorority is a sisterhood of more than 200,000 predominately African American, college edu-cated women, with over 900 chapters located in the United States, England, Japan, Germany, the Virgin Islands, Bermuda, the Bahamas and the Republic of Korea.
    The Columbia Basin Alumnae chapter was organized and chartered in 2003. The sorority has awarded several thousand dollars in scholarship money to graduates from local high schools. 

    "We the Students Essay Scholarship"
    National Grand Prize – One at $7,500.
    Runners Up – Five at $1,500 each.
    Honorable Mention – Ten at $500 each.
    To enter, eligible students (see Section II for eligibility requirements) must log on to the essay website and submit an entry that follows the Submission Guidelines as detailed in Section III. We will not accept or consider entries that are mailed-in. As further detailed in Section VII, entrants agree to accept and be bound by all terms of these Official Rules and Regulations and to accept and be bound by the decisions of the Bill of Rights Institute, whose decisions are final with respect to all matters of the Contest. Only one entry per student is permitted. Entries that are incomplete, are submitted late, do not answer all required questions, contain information other than as requested, or otherwise do not comply with these Official Rules and Regulations will not be accepted. By entering the Scholarship Contest, entrants agree that the Bill of Rights Institute will own and administer 100% of the copyright in all entries submitted, with the perpetual right to use such entries and that said entries are solely the work of the entrant for whom they are submitting an entry. The Bill of Rights Institute may edit for grammar, modify for style only, and distribute the submitted entries, without any requirement of additional notification to or permission from the entrant. Entries will only be used to further the educational mission and goals of the Bill of Rights Institute (please see Section VI for a Privacy Statement).
    The Contest is open to all United States citizens or legal residents who are students who are no older than 19 and no younger than 14 as of the end of the Contest Period who (1) attend school in the United States, one of its territories or districts, or an American Armed Forces School Abroad, and (2) who are in grades 8 -12 attending public, private, religious, or charter schools, or (3) are enrolled in a GED or correspondence school program, or (4) are attending a home school program.
    2022 Essay Prompt:
    "How does an understanding of natural rights and respect build a free society?"
    Submission Guidelines:
    Each submission must adhere to the topics and should fully answer the question and all sub-parts. Each submission must adhere to the word limits for each question (between 500 and 800 words), and must be submitted by 11:59 pm PT on April 15, 2022. Only online submissions will be accepted for the contest. Only one essay per student will be accepted.

    "Primsa Diversity in Engineering Scholarship"
    (Amount: $5,000 awarded to two recipients)
    To bring more gender diversity to the technology industry, Prisma is launching the Prisma Diversity in Engineering Scholarship. The annual scholarship aims to encourage women to pursue software engineering studies and improve the diversity of the industry’s talent pool. 
    Two scholarship recipients will be chosen and awarded $5,000 each to support their education.
    Self-identify as female.
    Self-identify as any of the following: Black or African American, American Indian or Alaska Native, Hispanic or Latino, Asian, Native Hawaiian, or other Pacific Islander.
    Be a high school senior or graduate, or a current college undergraduate, be pursuing a degree in Software Engineering (Computer science, Computer Engineering, etc.).
    Planning to enroll in a full-time undergraduate study at a US accredited college or university for the upcoming academic year.

    "Hay CTE Scholarship"
    (2) $1,000 Award
    We would like to introduce a new scholarship to Pasco School District Graduating Seniors.  It is the 2020-2021 Hay CTE Scholarship.  This scholarship is for students who intend to pursue further education in a field related to CTE. You are invited to apply for the first annual Hay CTE Scholarship.  Applications are due April 30, 2021.
    (Scholarship announcements will be made May 1, 2021).
    Both James M. ‘Mike’ and Robin Hay attended Pasco Schools and feel blessed by the education that they each received.  To acknowledge that education and give to the students in Pasco, we are offering two $1000 scholarships for the 2020-2021 school year.  (A good education can make all the difference in a student’s life and future.
    All students should have the opportunity to further their education if they wish. 
    We hope to help two students each year fulfill their educational dreams

    "PAE Pasco Association of Eductors Scholarship"
    The Pasco Association of Educators will offer five (5) $1,000.00 scholarships for qualified High School Seniors to assist them in furthering their learning and to promote academic achievement.
    These scholarships will be awarded to seniors who plan to enroll in an accredited program.
    (A) The first $1,000.00 scholarship will be awarded to a current Pasco School District senior, whose parent(s) are PAE member(s), and who plans to enroll in a program that results in a teaching degree.
    (B) The second $1,000.00 scholarship will be awarded to a current Pasco School District senior, who plans to enroll in a program that results in a teaching degree.
    (C) The third and fourth $1,000.00 scholarships will be awarded to two (2) current Pasco School District seniors whose parent/legal guardian is a member of PAE and plans to enroll in an accredited two or four year vocational or academic program
    (D)The fifth $1,000.00 scholarship will be awarded to a current senior attending a public school or private school in another district as long as one parent/legal guardian is a member of PAE 

    If the applicants meet all basic criteria on the application and there are not enough applicants to award all the scholarships in a particular category, then the committee retains the right to award a scholarship from another category at their discretion.  Final selection will be based upon the scoring rubric. 

    The scholarship will be awarded the second quarter or semester of attendance following graduation from high school.  The college registrar must directly send to PAE:  Official verification of current full time enrollment and an official transcript for the previous quarter or semester. PAE will then send the scholarship check.   Recipients must notify PAE as to the best mailing address for the funds. If no other address is indicated, the scholarship will be mailed to the identified college by default.

    Term Limit – Scholarship must be claimed within 12 months of High School graduation. 

    "Knights of Columbus Scholarship"
    Pasco Council #1620
    To apply for this scholarship you must be a practicing Catholic, a senior student attending; Pasco High School, Chiawana High School, Delta High School, Tri-Cities Prep, Columbia-Burbank High School, or a child/grandchild of a Knights of Columbus 1620 member that is living in the Tri-Cities area. The Scholarship Committee respects the privacy of every individual who applies for this scholarship, and will not circulate or publish any information collected from this application. Therefore, feel free to provide information that will be used for the sole purpose of determining the award recipient by the scholarship committee. 
    1. Complete this application
    2. Complete the essays
    3. Provide a copy of your high school transcripts
    4. Provide two Letters of Recommendations
    5. Return the application with the above-required documentation to the following e-mail address pasco1620youthchairman@gmail.com or via USPS to Knights of Columbus, PO Box 4682, Pasco, WA 99302-4682, postmarked before April 15th

     "The American Dream Scholarship"
    Since the days of Henry Ford, new car and truck dealers have strived for the “American Dream.” Today,Washington’s new car and truck dealers serve 70 communities across the state,
    and together provide over 20,000 people with good, family- wage jobs. They reinvest and contribute millions to Washington communities through taxes and charitable contributions, work hard to grow their businesses, and give back so others can achieve their own American Dream.
    Over the past decade, the Washington State Auto Dealers Association has awarded $90,000
    in scholarships to help students from around the state achieve their dreams, too. 
    The Washington State Auto Dealers Association (WSADA) will award two (2) $2,500 scholarships to students enrolling and four (4) $2,500 scholarships to students currently enrolled in a Washington State automotive technology program
    In addition, two (2) $2,500 scholarships will also be awarded to Washington State high school seniors who are an employee of a WSADA-member dealership, or an immediate family member of a WSADA-member dealership employee. 
    *Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and other scholarships.

    Deadline: 04/25/21
    Applications are now available in the high school counselor’s office or with your FFA instructor, 4H leader or can be requested by mail from Cindy Hayes at the address listed below for the Franklin County Cattlemen’s Association Scholarship. One $3,000.00 scholarship will be awarded annually. Based on the number of qualified applicants the possibility of a 2nd and/or 3rd scholarship may be awarded. To be eligible for the scholarship you must be a graduating senior with a Franklin County, Washington address/residence and planning a career that will directly benefit the Ag Industry. Educational goals may include accredited college as well as a technical/vocational trade school. Past recipients have continued their education to gain careers in veterinary medicine, education, agri-business, agricultural law, farming, cattle ranching, rangeland management, physical/equine therapy, Ag public relations and industries that support the agricultural community. An additional scholarship, in memory of Cindy Lancaster, has been established for individuals that pursue an Educational Degree.
    *We require a 200 word essay on how your future plans will enhance or be enhanced by the Beef Industry and request you present your essay at a Franklin County Cattlemen’s meeting. (Arrangements based on schedules).
    Please turn your completed application in to the FFA or Senior advisor at your school or
    mail your application, letter, and essay to Cindy Hayes, FCC Scholarship, 41 N Baart Rd., Mesa, WA 99343. The applications will be judged by members of the Ag industry and members of the Franklin County Cattlemen’s Association
    "Yakima Federal Awards for Academic Excellence Scholarship"
    Deadline: 04/25/22
    Yakima Federal has established this award for the purpose of recognizing high academic achievers graduating from high school and a resident in Benton, Franklin, Kittitas or Yakima County. It is for those graduates who are accepted by and enrolled in an accredited college, university, community college, or technical school during this year’s fall semester. Up to sixty (60) Scholarships in the amount $2,000 each may be awarded this year.   
    Academic Scholarship Eligibility Requirements:
    Applicant must be a senior level student graduating from high school and a resident in Benton, Franklin, Kittitas, or Yakima County. 
    No more than two recipients from a school will be awarded scholarships.
    The scholarship is to be used at a post-high school accredited institution beginning in fall 2022. Failure to enroll will result in withdrawal of the scholarship award. The award will be made payable to the college and sent to the applicant upon Yakima Federal receiving proof of acceptance.
    Scholarships will be awarded based on the following criteria:
    Top ten percent of graduating class;
    Community Service and Leadership activity within and outside the school environment;
    One-page Letter of Motivation outlining your future plans, school and life experiences, including any challenges faced and overcome, the impact of receiving an award plus any additional information to support your selection for an award;
    Two letters of recommendation;
    Statement signed by school official indicating anticipated class rank. (Not required for Home Schooled students)
    Deadline for Submission is Friday, April 25, 2022. Applications postmarked after April 25th will not be considered. No more than two recipients from each school will be awarded scholarships. Award winners will be notified by email by June 1, 2022. Any questions regarding the application process can be emailed toerin.thierolf@yakimafed.com 
    *Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and other scholarships.  

      "The Tri-Cities (WA) Chapter" The Links Inc, Scholarship"
    Deadline: 06/26/22
    The Tri Cities (WA) Chapter of the Links has actively supported making the dreams of a college education an attainable goal for local African American students since 1985.  Based on economic need and merit, the Tri-Cities Links has awarded over 95 scholarships throughout the years to deserving area high schools' students.  Proudly, we have awarded over $120,000 in college scholarships to assist these deserving students to achieve their dreams and further their education goals.
    For information on scholarship application and process, contact sty.tricitieslinkswa@gmail.com
    Who can apply:
    Graduating high school student from area high school within designated chapter boundaries.
    Student is African American or of African descent. 
    Attend any institution of higher education. 
    Any major or area of study. 
    Student completes an essay based application. 
    Award amount varies
     Don't miss free money for college.
    The recipient has 1 year from the date of high school graduation to request funds. After this time, the recipient forfeits their legal right to obtain any funds via the Tri-Cities Washington Chapter.
    *Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships.

    "Hay Growers Association Scholarship"
    Deadline: 04/28/22
    The Washington State Hay Growers Association is offering two $2,500 scholarships for the
    2022 – 2023 school yea
    Eligible applicants must be high school graduates planning to attend an
    institution of higher education (university, college, or technical program), current
    undergraduates, or graduate students. WSHGA will give preference in the following order:
    (1) Members(and immediate family) in Agriculture
    (2) non-memeber- General agricultre
    (3) Members-Other areas of interest
    (4) Non members-Other areas of interest
    The recipient will also be required to report to the Washington State Hay Growers.
    Association for at least one year following the scholarship award.
    Candidates interested in the scholarship should fill out the application form. Candidates
    may be invited to an in-person interview.
    The scholarship committee and board of directors of the Washington State Hay Growers
    Association will select the scholarship winners.
    Announcement of the scholarship winners will be made in June, 2022.

     "Pointe Pest Contorl "Pay it Forward "Scholarship"
    Deadline: 04/29/21
    For this scholarship, do something good for someone else and include a note telling them to pass it on. Bonus points are awarded for including pictures. We want to hear what good deed you did to help your community. 
    This scholarship is worth $750 and will be awarded May 30, 2021.
     Applications for the scholarship can be submitted by any high school senior or college freshman from the state of Washington.

    "CBC Student Ambassador Program"
    Deadline: 04/30/21
    Apply now to be considered for the CBC Ambassador program! Learn all about Columbia Basin College while being a student leader on campus and in the community by promoting a college going culture. The CBC Outreach team is looking for students that are excited to share their journey at CBC with prospective students. Ambassadors play a vital role in attracting new students to the CBC campus and with sharing a message in the community of a college going culture. Ambassadors assist the CBC Outreach office with various events throughout the year including (but not limited to):
    Provide campus tours; • Assist with CBC events (FYI, Senior Night, College Goal & Commencement); • Promote an early awareness of college in the community (elementary and middle schools); • Assist with outreach efforts in the community (service projects, Benton-Franklin Fair); • Reach out to prospective students via email and phone messages; • Serve as a public face, representing what it means to be a CBC Hawk to various audiences
    To apply you must:
    • Be enrolled full-time at CBC • Have a minimum 2.5 GPA (maintain this GPA) • Have completed a financial aid application (FAFSA or WASFA) • Agree to participate fully in the program for the full academic year (fall-spring quarters) • If you do NOT meet one of these criteria, you will need to submit a written statement on why you don’t meet the criteria and why you still feel qualified for this role.
    The Ambassador program is not a scholarship. Ambassadors selected to the program will receive a non-need based waiver for up to 15 credits tuition based on lower division state tuition per quarter. Being selected to the program does not guarantee you a continued position. Ambassador’s performance will be evaluated on a quarterly basis to determine continued service in the program

    "American Culinary Scholarship"
    Deadline: 04/30/21
     (10 Awards $2,500 per scholasrhip)
    The American Culinary Federation Education Foundation, with the support of the American Academy of Chefs, will award two scholarships each year. Each recipient will receive $2,500 per year for four years to be applied directly to the student’s account at the institution. 
    Eligibility Requirements To be considered by the scholarship committee, an applicant must meet the following requirements: 
     Be an exemplary student. Have and maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.
    • Be a high school senior eligible to graduate the same year as the scholarship is applied for.
    • Be currently accepted to the institution with a major in either culinary or pastry arts.
    • Have a career goal of becoming a chef or pastry chef
    Notice of Awards: Students will be notified by email of any scholarship award. 
    Renewal of Scholarship: Scholarships are not automatically renewed for candidates. Candidates are encouraged to reapply if scholarship funds are needed in future years.
    Revocation of Aid The ACF reserves the right to cancel any scholarship at any time if the applicant fails to meet the standards of academic progress, any other scholarship requirements, or falsifies information reported.

    "Hay CTE Scholarship"
    (2) $1,000 Award
    We would like to introduce a new scholarship to Pasco School District Graduating Seniors.  It is the 2021-2022 Hay CTE Scholarship.  This scholarship is for students who intend to pursue further education in a field related to CTE. You are invited to apply for the first annual Hay CTE Scholarship.  Applications are due April 30, 2021.
    (Scholarship announcements will be made May 1, 2022).
    Both James M. ‘Mike’ and Robin Hay attended Pasco Schools and feel blessed by the education that they each received.  To acknowledge that education and give to the students in Pasco, we are offering two $1000 scholarships for the 2021-2022 school year.  (A good education can make all the difference in a student’s life and future.
    All students should have the opportunity to further their education if they wish. 
    We hope to help two students each year fulfill their educational dreams

    "$1,000 E Waste Scholarship"
    Deadline: 04/30/22
    Who may apply: You must be a high school freshman, sophomore, junior, or senior or a current or entering college or graduate school student of any level. Home schooled students are also eligible. There is no age limit. You must also be a U.S. citizen or legal resident.
     How to apply: Complete the application form below including a 140-character message about e-waste. The top 10 applications will be selected as finalists. The finalists will be asked to write a full length 500- to 1,000-word essay about e-waste.
    Awards: The winner will receive a $1,000 scholarship