•  "FuerteMente Scholarship"
    Deadline: 05/01 /21
    LaFuerteMente.com announces the 2021 Scholarship Awards Program. Under the Program, a
    (1) $1000 scholarship and two (2) $500 scholarships will be awarded to female seniors attending a Washington State high school. 
    Sponsored by Actevita and Adela Valencia, Agent.
    Program Guidelines & Priorities: 
    (1) Seeking graduating female seniors with a record of volunteerism in the community in non-school sponsored activities and participation in extracurricular school activities.
    (2)  Applicants must plan to attend a certificate program, two-year community college or four-year college or university.
    (3)  Scholarship funds will be paid during the month of August 2021 to the student. The scholarship funds will be issued upon receiving a certificate of enrollment for the fall semester, which includes the Student ID number and Financial Aid Office address.
    (4) Applicants must have the endorsement of their Guidance Counselor or Homeroom teacher on their application attesting they are qualified for this scholarship program. 
    (5) Applications must be received by May 1, 2021.  Late applications will not be accepted. 
    Note: The applications will be reviewed and recipients selected by LaFuerteMente.com Scholarship Committee.  The scholarships will be awarded sometime in June 2021.

     "Maison Law Student with Injuries Scholarship"
    Deadline: 05/01 /21
    After a serious injury, it can be difficult to take the next steps to follow your dreams. Whether your dream is to become a doctor, lawyer, teacher, or mechanic, you deserve the opportunity to move forward with confidence and create a life you will absolutely love. As such, Maison Law is offering a $1,000 scholarship opportunity to college and college-bound students who have suffered a serious injury. 
    To be eligible for this scholarship, students must:
    (1) Be a graduating, college-bound high school senior or be currently enrolled in an accredited college or university
    (2) Have a minimum 3.0 GPA
    (3) Provide a response to the essay prompt below
    Even though a serious injury can change the vision you once had for life, our reactions to our circumstances shape who we are as people and can prepare us for a better future. With that in mind, please provide a well-written, 500+ word response to the following essay prompt: How has your injury experience prepared you for or enhanced your college experience?

    Applications must be submitted no later than May 1st, 2021. The winner will be announced around May 16th, 2021.

    Award: One student will be awarded $1,000; (nonrenewable) to be paid directly to their college or university admissions office.

     "Pasco Vocational Building Program Scholarship" 
    The Pasco Vocational Building Program Scholarship began in the 1997-1998 school year to help high school students with several work-place skills as they actively learn trade skills on the job; demonstrating the ability to follow directions and establishing a team work ethic through the construction of a residential home. The students enrolled in the program have an opportunity to learn as they build a family house throughout the school year. This home is sold following its completion with the support of the community. The profit is used for scholarships to further advance each student recipient’s education in college or trade school.
    (1) The PVBP Scholarship is open to graduating high school seniors, who have successfully completed at least 180 hours in the Construction Trade program. And/or students enrolled in the Landscaping/ Ag Science or Floriculture and have completed a minimum of 20 hours on a project under the auspices of the Pasco Vocational Building Program.
    (2) The scholarship award will be used for tuition, fees, books and/or technical training.
    (3) Applicant must submit verification of successful completion of program hours by the teacher.
    (4) Applicant must submit a letter of recommendation from a teacher, employer, or a community organization leader.
    (5) Applicant must submit an Official Transcript 
    (6) Applicant must submit an Attendance Report. 
    (7)Completed application, essay, letter of recommendation and transcripts will be submitted to the school Guidance Specialist in Student Services 
    (8) Scholarship will be awarded upon proof of school registration & class schedule.
    (9) All awards that are not redeemed within one year, will be nullified.
    (10) Deferment requests must be submitted before September 1, 2021 and are subject to Approval from the PVBP Board of Directors
    This Years Essay:
    As you reflect on your life, and your journey, express in your essay what inspires you about 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. 

     "11th Annual Visionary Scholarship by (ACF)" 
    ($5,000.00 Award)
    All components of the application must be received completely at the time of submission.  Applicant will NOT be notified of a partial and/or incomplete application.  All applications for the American College Foundation’s Visionary Scholarship Program will consist of:
    Application Instructions:
    Completed ACF Visionary Scholarship Application
    Student’s most recent unofficial high school transcript
    500-word essay on “Why College is Important to Me”
    Application Status:
    The ACF Scholarship Committee will determine, and has final say, on all award recipients.  Selected recipients agree that their application and award information including essay, picture, name, state, high school grade level, and award amount may be acknowledged on the American College Foundation website and associated materials. All submitted application packets become the exclusive property of the American College Foundation.  No correspondence regarding the receipt, screening, verification, or judging status of a submitted application packet will be accepted.  An application packet may NOT be amended or supplemented once it has been received.
    How to Apply:
    Visit our Registration Page to begin the application process.

    You will receive an Application Packet within two (2) weeks from the time you register.  If you have NOT received your application packet within two (2) weeks, please email us.  Only email if you have completed the Registration Page and have NOT received an application packet within two (2) weeks.
    Please only submit your completed Application Packet.

     "CodeWizards HQ Educational Scholarship)" 

    At CodeWizardsHQ we believe that the future is built on diversity through equity and access. While we actively work toward implementing hiring practices that are geared toward diversifying our team, we also understand that having access to higher education is a means to broadening a diverse candidate pool for the future STEM workforce. 

    We have created this scholarship to support youth in the attainment of their dreams. 

    Eligibilty Requirement:
    High school seniors and incoming college freshman
    3.5 or higher GPA
    Priority to STEM program applicants

     "Tri-Cities Sunrise Rotary Club Scholarship" 
    Application Form
    Tri Cities Sunrise Rotary Club is offering a $2000 education scholarship to a qualifying student. One scholarship will be available for a student graduating from your school. 
    Applicants are required to complete the entire application.  All applications will be reviewed by our club scholarship committee and a decision will be made to award a scholarship as merited.  Scholarship is not based on GPA or financial needs alone.  The successful applicant will have demonstrated core values aligning with that of Rotary. 
    Please submit your application via email to:  Todd Shepard toddssbs@gmail.com  509-440-2222 
    The school representative will be notified in May 2021 as to the recipients.  
    Scholarship recipients, parents or guardians, and the school representative will be invited to attend a 7am awards breakfast (live or via Zoom) on Friday May 14th, 2021.

    "African American Journalism Scholarship" 

    Good journalism is more important than ever.

    From coverage of COVID-19 to police brutality and protests, journalism shapes the way we understand the world and work on solutions to impactful problems.

    However, while accurate and empathetic coverage of racial injustice is critical right now, historically just 4% of journalists in leadership positions are Black

    Building a better, more diverse free press in our country will require widespread support and reform.

    As one small part of this, the African-American Journalism Scholarship will be awarded to a Black student at any education level who plans on (or already is) pursuing a career in journal.

    Essay Topic: Please tell us a bit about yourself. What do you hope to achieve in your career in journalism, and how are you preparing yourself to achieve it? (500-1000 words)

     "$1,000 Chiawana Booster Club Scholarship"
    Deadline: 05/14 /21
    The purpose of the Chiawana Athletics Booster Club Scholarship is encourage high scholastic achievement, promote school pride and participation, promote communtiy involement and provide financial support to those pursing higher education. The scholarship will be awarded to (2) Male & (2) Female Graduating athletes.
    Application Requirements: (1) complete scholarship application (Neat, grammar,spelling and punctution will be considered in scoring.you may add extra pages) Must be typed
    (2) Essay 250 words What has being part of Chiawana athletics team meant to you?
    (3) Two sealed Letter of Recommendation (Suggestions for letter of Recommendations are: teachers, coaches, ministers or employers)
    (4) Copy of sealed High School Transcripts
    NEW:  Scholarship applications will only be accepted via email.  Please submit your complete application to chiawanaboosterclub@gmail.com by May 14, 2021. 
    Your application must be received by 11:59 p.m. PST to be considered.  

    "$2,500 Nathan McBride (Track & Field) Scholarship"
    Deadline: 05/14 /21
    Any graudating senior who has participated in organized, inter-school athletics for at least two years are Eligible. The Applicant must have been accepted(or have application pending)
    to recognized instituion of higher learning.
    Application Requirements: (1) complete scholarship application(Neat, grammar,spelling and punctution will be considered in scoring.you may add extra pages) Must be typed
    (2) Essay 250 words What has being part of Chiawana athletics team meant to you?
    (3) Two letter of recommendation.
    (4) Copy of sealed High School Transcripts
    NEW:  Scholarship applications will only be accepted via email.  Please submit your complete application to chiawanaboosterclub@gmail.com by May 14, 2021. 
    Your application must be received by 11:59 p.m. PST to be considered.  

    "BIAW Eudcation Program Scholarship"
    Deadline: 05/14/21
     Construction industry majors
    (Average awards are typically $1,000-$5,000 and for those planning to enter a construction industry-related field)
    The BIAW is the voice of the housing industry in Washington State. This scholarship is open to Washington state residents only; Students who will be applying to any Washington state accredited community, vocational/technical college, or university; and Students who can demonstrate a need for additional funding to complete their programs in a construction industry-related field of study.
    Average awards are typically $1,000-$5,000 and for those planning to enter a construction industry-related field.
    Applicants may reapply for scholarship awards in subsequent years. 
    Who Should Apply?
    Washington state residents only 
    Students who will be applying to any Washington state accredited community, vocational/technical college, or university 
    Students who can demonstrate a need for additional funding to complete their programs in a construction industry-related field of study 
    Submit the following items and mail to: BIAW Education Program, 300 Deschutes Way SW Suite 300, Tumwater, WA 98501 
    1. Application form. Fill out completely or mark N/A if not applicable. Incomplete information may affect the rating of your application. All information you provide is strictly confidential.
    2. Three letters of recommendation describing your qualifications that make you a clear choice for a BIAW scholarship. At least two letters should be from those who interact with you in your professional life: supervisor, co-worker, counselor, teacher, etc. and should be no older than 12 months
    3. Academic transcript (unofficial copy allowed) from your last two semesters, three quarters, or a copy of your most recent transcript 
    4. Essay (250 words min.) on your career goals. 
    Application Deadline and Notification
    All application packets must be postmarked by May 14, 2021. The selection committee will make its decision in early June. Scholarship award recipients will be contacted via mail by June 30, 2021. All applicants will be mailed notice of their final status.
    "Law Enforcement Scholarship"
    Deadline: 05/15/21
    ($2000.00 Award)
    Consejo Latino desires to fund one scholarship each for a candidate seeking to complete a Criminal Justice Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree at Columbia Basin College, Pasco, Washington. The purpose is to prepare candidates for responsible, professional law enforcement careers with special attention given to expertise in mental health, substance abuse and Spanish language communication. 
    Applicants Should :
    (1) Be recent high school graduates from the Tri-Cities, Washington regional area. 
    (2) Intend to seek law enforcement positions in the Tri-Cities region.
    (3) Have familiarity with the area’s multicultural setting
    (4) Demonstrate financial need
    (5) Provide a one-page essay describing their career goals
    (6) Provide two letters of recommendation
    "IvyPanda Essay Writing Contest Scholarship"
    IvyPanda.com provides $1500 in scholarships annually for talented students who demonstrate mastery of essay writing. Scholarships will be awarded to two winners: the winner will receive $1,000; the runner-up prize is $500.
    We will accept submissions from current high school, college, or university students from any country. The winners will be required to send us proof of their academic status or enrollment. 

    "Washington Wine Indusrty Foundation Scholasrhip Program"(New)
    Since 2002, over $263,000 has been awarded to over 185 Washington students. The Washington Wine Industry Foundation facilitates scholarships on behalf of Washington's wine industry for qualifying students pursuing studies in viticulture, enology, and other wine-related studies. These scholarships are made possible through generous gifts from donors who care about the future of Washington's wine industry.
    Questions? Call 509-782-1108 or email marissa@washingtonwinefoundation.org
    The Foundation Fund was established in June 2013 as an endowed fund by the Foundation Board of Directors. [With confirmation from their respective families] The initial endowment was created using the Charles Lill, Michael Manz, Glenn Coogan, John Farmer, Industry Need, and Rainy Day Funds. The number of Foundation Fund Scholarships awarded each year is determined annually. Award amounts range from $2,000 to $10,000 for the Washington State students studying viticulture, enology, wine business management at CWU or WSU, and V&E Graduate Degree food sciences.
    The Walter J. Clore Scholarship was established in 1997 by the Washington Winegrowers Association in honor of Dr. Clore’s grape research and lifetime achievements in the fields of viticulture and enology. Working with growers, Dr. Clore and his colleagues published information on grape varieties, diseases, insects, mineral nutrition, irrigation, cover crops, weed control, and climatological effects. He also tested various trellis designs, which eventually led to the widespread adoption of mechanical harvesting.The number of Walter J. Clore Scholarships awarded each year is determined annually. Award amounts start at $1,000 for students studying any wine or viticulture related discipline.
    Horse Heaven Hills Wine Growers is a nonprofit group of grape growers and winemakers established in 2005. The scholarship Horse Heaven Hills Scholarship fund was established by members of the group who are dedicated to promoting education of the grape growing and wine producing industries in Washington. Every year, two (2) $3,000 scholarships are awarded for students interested in studying viticulture, enology, wine business management, or wine-related hospitality. Preference is given to students who are residents of Klickitat, Benton, or Yakima counties and whose parent(s) are employed in the Washington wine industry.
    The George & Susan Carter Scholarship was established in 2017 as an endowed fund in honor of Washington State University researcher and winemaker George Carter and his wife, Susan. George worked side by side with Dr. Walter Clore and the two were close friends. As part of his day-to-day activities, Carter developed a system for classifying American, European, and hybrid grape varietals. In recognition of his wine-making accomplishments, Carter was elevated to a Supreme Knight in the International Brotherhood of the Knights of the Vine. The George & Susan Carter Scholarship is a $1,000 auto-renewing scholarship awarded to one student for up to four years. This scholarship was established to assist students of limited means to attain associates, bachelors, and graduate-level degrees in viticulture and enology.

    "Distracted Driving Scholarship"
    Premier Law Group is excited to announce its new scholarship, The Distracted Driving Scholarship that is available for high school seniors and college freshman from the state of Washington. Distracted driving among teens is a national issue and with increased distractions like cell phone calls, text messages, talking with friends, changing music, or even trying to eat or drink something, more and more people are being injured because of the negligence of a distracted driver. 
    Some brief notes about the Distracted Driving Scholarship are:
    (1) MUST have a minimum 3.0 GPA to apply.
    (2) MUST be a resident of the state of Washington
    (3) This is a 1-time scholarship for $1,000
    (4) MUST submit an infographic or vlog talking about or showing the dangers of driving while distracted

    "Blanced Man Scholarship"
    The recent pandemic has left us all trying to adapt quickly and take care of others – our students, kids, parents, grandparents, friends, and others in need. The changes happened so quickly, and curriculum and connections likely look much different for the graduating seniors you work with than they expected.
    Sigma Phi Epsilon will be awarding (3) $4,000 for the Balanced Man Scholarship.
    The Balanced Man Scholarship (BMS) is offered every year by the Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity to award men who have shown academic excellence, leadership skills, and a commitment to their health and well-being during their time in high school. The scholarship is open to all incoming men of Washington State University. 
    There is no requirement of joining the fraternity in order to be eligible to apply or win the scholarship. The application deadline is May 31, 2021 and it only takes 5 minutes to apply!
    The scholarship will be awarded to the applicant who can exemplify the fraternity’s values by being a balanced man in their everyday lives.
    The awards will be presented at the Balanced Man Scholarship Banquet in August of 2021.