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Important Scholarship Deadlines
March 2021"Washington State School Retiree's Association Scholarship"Deadline: 03/01/21"2021 Seattle Foundation Scholarship"Deadline: 03/01/21"Wendy Jackson Hall Memorial scholarship”Deadline: 03/01/21"The American Welding Society Foundation Scholarship"Deadline: 03/01/21"Washington Apple Education Foundation Universal Scholarship"Deadline: 03/01/21"Washington Apple Education Foundation Vocational Scholarship"Deadline: 03/01/21"The Lambeth Family Scholarship"Deadline: 03/01/21"Women at Microsoft Scholarship"Deadline: 03/01/21"Microsoft Disability Scholarship"Deadline: 03/01/21"Atsuhiko Tateuchi Memorial Scholarship"Deadline: 03/01/21"The Pisacano Leadership Program"Deadline: 03/02/21"PNW Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation"Deadline: 03/02/21"Ewing C. Kelly (Kelly Foundation Of Washington)Scholarship"Deadline: 03/10/21"Pasco Kiwanis Key Club Scholarship"Deadline: 03/12/21"Cancer Unwrapped Teen Writing Contest"Deadline: 03/14/21"Women's Cyber Security Scholarships"Deadline: 03/15/21"(HAAP) Hispanic Academic Achievers Program Scholarship"Deadline: 03/15/21"Benton Franklin Fair Association Scholarship"Deadline: 03/15/21"Jack Reynolds Scholarship"Deadline: 03/15/21"Rita Lowe Scholarship"Deadline: 03/15/21"Son and Daughters of Italy Tri-Citta Lodge #2881 Scholarship"Deadline: 03/15/21"(PEF) Pasco Education Foundation Scholarship"Deadline: 03/19/21"Questbridge Scholarship Program"Deadline: 03/24/21"Tri-Cities Sunrise Rotary Club Scholarship"Deadline: 03/30/21"Blacks at Microsoft Scholarship (BAM)"Deadline: 03/31/21"Hearthstone Housing Foundation Scholasrhip"Deadline: 03/31/21"Marsden Scholarship""The George & Dorothy Marsden Scholarship Fund"Deadline: 03/31/21"Washington Masonic Masonic Charities Scholasrhip"Deadline: 03/31/21"Automative Aftermarket Central Scholarship"Deadline: 03/31/21"(Stars)The Washington State Academic Redshirt Program)"Deadline: 03/31/21
You can email: MBROWN@PSD1.ORG with questions about Scholarship
(Note: If you email your scholarship application please include the name of Scholarship and your ID#)
(Current Opportunities/see deadlines in RED)"Golden Eagle Coins Scholarship Program"Deadline: the 20th of each month(A one-time $500 scholarship which could be used for tuition, fees, books, and on-campus room)Who's Eligible:Scholarship is open to students currently enrolled in high school or college within the United States with at least a 3.0 GPA. Applicant must be a citizen of, permanent resident, or hold a valid student visa in the United States or Canada. Applicant must have designed an innovative project that makes a difference in the lives of others and submit an essay describing the goal of the particular project and provide supporting documentation.How to Apply:Submit an essay describing the project you’ve developed and its goal. The essay and project must be your own original idea. You must upload a photo of yourself which was taken during the execution if your project, along with the essay as well as a letter of recommendation. Send all of that to firstname.lastname@example.org The projects will be judged on their innovation, creativity, originality, user experience and how efficiently it solves someone’s problem. Essays should be written in English and uploaded in either a Microsoft Word or PDF file. Enter your submission using the Golden Eagle Coins Scholarship submission form. You can apply each month by sending your application by 20th of each month"Courage To Grow Scholarship"The "Courage to Grow Scholarship" was created to help students realize their college dreams. We don't want the college dreams and plans of so many young men and women to get lost in the financial shuffle. It takes a lot of determination and courage to forge ahead when sometimes it would be easier to give up. With the "Courage to Grow Scholarship" we strive to help students achieve their higher education goals. By taking away some of the concerns such as "how will I pay for college", students can concentrate on their education and focus on the task at hand. Today's economy is hard enough on a family, it is our desire to ease some of the financial burden that a college education can put on individuals and their families.
Courage to Grow Scholarship Growing Success through Courage and Education Eligibility: You must be a junior or senior in high school or college student with a minimum GPA of 2.5 or better. U.S. citizens only please. Topic to write on: Please explain in 250 word or less Why you believe that you should be awarded this scholarship!!! (Note: spelling, punctuation and grammar are all important)"Highway Construction/Trades Scholarship/Tution Assistance Program"MAXIMUM SCHOLARSHIP IS $4,000*Program costs covered can be full or partial assistance. Other costs that are considered: books and supplies needed for program completion.About the Program: The WSDOT OJT/SS Highway Construction Trades Scholarship Program is designed to assist female, minority, and socially/ economically disadvantaged individuals that are residents of Washington State who want to pursue training through an approved program** that leads to employment in highway construction. Scholarship application found here
"Gotranscript Academic Scholarship Program"Deadline: accepted year-roundParticipants must register using your university or college issued email.Scholarship Essay's Prompt:(1) Briefly talk about yourself and your academic/career short-term and long-term goals.Then, answer the following questions:What have you learned from your experience(s)? Examples may include: community service, volunteer work, employment, school clubs, sports, family,etc. Describe your most meaningful achievements and how they relate to your field of study and your future goals.(2) Write 500 to 1,000-word essay on the following topic: Share a story about how language has helped you express your voice.To proceed, please write email to email@example.com**(January 2021)**"Pride Foundation Scholarship"Deadline:01/05/21Pride Foundation provides essential financial resources and community support to inspirational LGBTQ+ and allied student leaders across the Northwest. Since awarding our first scholarship in 1993, we’ve awarded more than $5 million to more than 1,800 students in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington.We Believe In the Power of EducationWhile much has changed for the LGBTQ+ community in recent years, educational support remains critical for students who face challenges on their educational journeys. Pride Foundation Scholars are leaders in their communities with incredibly varied educational goals and lived experiences—and are oftentimes overcoming a lack of support system, tremendous societal barriers, and significant financial need in order to pursue their dreams. Receiving a Pride Foundation Scholarship connects students to a growing community of support, providing important affirmation, encouragement, and resources to realize their dreams.60+ scholarships. 1 application.*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships"Bezos Scholars Program"Deadline:01/11/21Bezos Scholars Program(Junior's Only)It is a powerful leadership development opportunity and all-expenses-paid scholarship open to public high school juniors and their educators.To begin, you will need to affirm your eligibility by completing the Scholar Agreement, which will allow you to create a profile. After you create a profile, you can save and return to your application any time prior to the deadline. Once you have submitted your application, you are no longer able to edit. The application contains two parts:Part One: We ask you for basic background information, school details, coursework, test scores, extra-curricular activities you participate in, and three written responses. Be sure to have your transcripts and test scores to upload for the completion of Part One.Part Two: Your Support: Here, we ask you to identify two people to submit letters of recommendation on your behalf. You might consider asking a teacher, mentor, or community member to complete the recommendation forms. Please note that it is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure that recommenders have enough time to complete the forms and submit them before the application deadline. Links will be provided for you to send the forms directly to these individuals within the online application"Seattle U Bound Scholarship"Deadline: 01/15/2021Full tuition for four years for incoming first-year students, covered by federal, state, and Seattle University grants and scholarships--combined with the College Bound scholarship. Students may receive additional financial aid opportunites (work study, student loans) to help cover remaining expenses such as books, room and board.Eligibility Criteria To receive the scholarship, incoming first-year students must fulfill the following:3.4 GPA cumulative weighted high school GPABe enrolled full-time and eligible for the Washington State College Bound Scholarship.Apply for Fall Quarter as an incoming first-year student to Seattle University by January 15th (the Regular Decision deadline)File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by February 1 of your senior year in high school (must be eligible for federal aid)Maintain College Bound eligibility and satisfactory academic progress while enrolled at Seattle U, and complete the yearly FAFSA filing requirement*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many other scholarships"John F. Kennedy 2021 Profile in Courage Essay Contest"Deadline:01/17/21First-place: $10,000 Second-place: $3,000 Five Finalists: $1,000 each Eight Semi-finalists: $100 eachIn Profiles in Courage, John F. Kennedy recounted the stories of eight U.S. senators who risked their careers to do what was right for the nation. These leaders demonstrated political courage by taking a stand for the public good in spite of pressure by interest groups, their political party, or even their constituents. The Profile in Courage Essay Contest challenges students to write an original and creative essay that demonstrates an understanding of political courage as described by John F. Kennedy in Profiles in Courage.
The maximum word count is 1,000 with a minimum of 700, not including citations and bibliography. Use at least five varied sources such as government documents, letters, newspaper articles, books, and/or personal interviews.
All submissions must adhere to contest requirements.
The contest is open to United States high school students in grades nine through twelve attending public, private, parochial, or home schools; U.S. students under the age of twenty enrolled in a high school correspondence/GED program in any of the fifty states, the District of Columbia, or the U.S. territories; and U.S. citizens attending schools overseas. Past winners and finalists are not eligible to participate. Employees of John Hancock Financial Services and members of their families are not eligible to participate.Essay Submission:Students have the choice of either submitting their essay online (preferred) or of mailing their essay. All students must complete and submit a registration form online for student and school information. For instructions on how to submit your essay, see Registration and Submission.Mailed in essays for the 2020 contest must be postmarked by January 17, 2021.If you have questions please see Mr. Brown in student services for more details."Big Bend Electric Cooperative Scholarship"Big Bend Electric Cooperative (BBEC) is committed to support the education of our youth. Each year, BBEC awards three separate continuing education scholarships on a competitive basis to eligible candidates.Qualifications:Candidates must either be members of BBEC at the time of application and selection, or must have parent(s) or legal guardian(s) that are members of BBEC at the time of application and selection. At the time of application, the candidate must be a graduating high school senior and must be enrolled, or planning to enroll, in an accredited educational or training institution. Scholarship winners are awarded $500 each year for up to four years of continuing education ($2,000 total award).
Judging is based upon Grade Point Average (which must be cumulative 2.5 or higher), an essay on a given topic, and the applicant’s school, community, and volunteer activities. Judging is conducted by a 3-person committee of utility industry professionals independent of BBEC. Scholarships are awarded to the recipients at the BBEC annual meeting of members, which is held each year in either February or March"Live Mas Scholarship(Taco Bell Foundation)"Deadline: 01/20/21We believe that young people have the ideas and drive to move the world forward. The Live Más Scholarship (pronounced “Liv maws”) is for ALL young people who are pursuing higher education and using their passion to ignite change in their communities and beyond. We believe in you – no matter where you are in your journey, whether just recognizing your strengths and developing your passion or bringing it to life and inspiring others to join you.This program is more than a scholarship. We’re not merely a one-off check writer – we’re a continued partner and collaborator who’ll be there with connections and opportunities throughout your journey to help your passion shine so brightly, it changes the world. The Live Más Scholarship for new applicants will award $1,000,000 to support 100 young adults. Awards will range up to $25,000. Taco Bell Foundation (Sponsor) reserves the right to award more or less than 100 scholarships and more than $1,000,000.00 in scholarships based on available resources and as determined by Sponsor in its sole discretion."APIASF Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund"Deadline: 01/22/21Scholarship awards range from one-time $2,500 awards to multi-year $20,000 awards. APIA Scholars provides scholarships to underserved APIA students. The APIA Scholarship Program application must be completed online and submitted electronically once all of the required questions have been answered. You do not have to complete the online application in one sitting. Until you are ready to submit, you may access your application and edit your answers as many times as you like with your login from any computer with internet access. The application will be available for the 2021-2022 academic year from September 4, 2020 until January 22, 2021 at 5:00 PM EST.APIA Scholarship Minimum Eligibility Criteria:Be of Asian and/or Pacific Islander ethnicity as defined by the U.S. CensusBe a citizen, national, or legal permanent resident of the United States. Citizens of the Republic of the Marshall Islands, Federated States of Micronesia and the Republic of Palau are also eligible to apply. Be enrolling as an undergraduate student in a U.S. accredited college or university in the Fall of 2021. Please read the scholarships by supporter details below for specific eligibility requirements regarding the academic standing required for each scholarship. Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.7 on a 4.0 scale (unweighted) or have earned a GED. Must apply for federal financial aid using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Submit one letter of recommendation online.How To Apply:The APIA Scholarship Program application must be completed online and submitted electronically once all of the required questions have been answered. You do not have to complete the online application in one sitting. Until you are ready to submit, you may access your application and edit your answers as many times as you like with your login from any computer with internet access.If you have questions please see Mr. Brown in student services for more details"The Coolidge Scholarship"Deadline:01/23/21(Juniors Only Apply)ELIGIBLITY:(1) applicants must intend to enroll full-time at an accredited U.S. college or university as an undergraduate for the first time in fall 2022. That is to say, students in their junior year of high school, or the equivalent if home schooled, are eligible to apply. (Students who are currently high school juniors but take some courses at a local college are indeed eligible to apply for the Coolidge Scholarship.)(2) must be citizens or legal permanent residents of the United States of America by the 2021 scholarship deadline, January 23, 2021.Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships."The Point Foundation Scholarship"Deadline: 01/25/21This scholarship is available for U.S. high school seniors, undergraduates, and graduate students. Applicants must be lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, or queer (LGBTQ) or have a history of leadership and dedication in the LGBTQ community. Click here to learn more and apply today!Eligibility:Must be a high school senior, undergraduate, or graduate student at the time of application.Must be a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer (LGBTQ) student or have a history of leadership and dedication in the LGBTQ communit.The Point Scholarship covers tuition, books, supplies, room and board, transportation and living expenses, and is set up with the individual college to meet the needs of the Point Scholar. Each person who applies for a Point Scholarship is evaluated on the totality of their situation. Marginalization, financial need, academic achievement, personal merit, leadership, involvement in the LGBTQ community, professional experiences, personal and future goals are all taken into consideration. Each finalist must interview with Point's Board of Regents and members of the executive management staff in person in San Francisco. Interviews are coordinated by Point and will take place between April 26 and April 28. The cost for transportation, lodging and meals are covered by Point.Award Amount:Between $2,000-$4,800 in tuition scholarship each year.The total dollars awarded for this scholarship is $19,200."Hamilton Relay Scholarship"Deadline:01/30/21Creating opportunities for higher education is a priority for Hamilton Relay. The goal of the Hamilton Relay Scholarship is to support students who are deaf, hard of hearing, deaf-blind or have difficulty speaking in their post-secondary education.
The Hamilton Relay Scholarship is extended to a qualifying high school student living within one of the states where Hamilton Relay is the contracted telecommunications relay and/or captioned telephone service provider. This includes California, District of Columbia, Georgia, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Montana, New Mexico, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia and Washington.
In each of these states, a $500 scholarship will be awarded to one eligible applicant. All applicants must meet eligibility requirements and submit required application materials prior to the January 30, 2021 deadline.If you have questions please see Mr. Brown in student services for more details"I Have a Dream Scholarship"Deadline: 01/31/21($1,500.00 award)If we had that crazy contraption from "Inception," we could just live the dream with you. But, since we can't, we need you to tell us in our scholarship for dreamers. Did you have a dream that was off-the-wall, or maybe it was so real that you didn't know you were dreaming? Maybe you dream of a successful future or reaching your goals. Whatever your dreams might be, they could help you towards getting a scholarship for your college education. Scholarships don't have to exist in your rich reveries. Let your dreams be your muse - and your ticket to free money for school. One "dreamer" in our I Have a Dream Scholarship Scholarship will receive $1,500 to help make his or her educational dream come true.Submit an online written response to the question:
"We want to know... what do you dream about? Whether it's some bizarre dream you had last week, or your hopes for the future, share your dreams with us for a chance to win $1,500 for college." (250 words or less)If you have questions please see Mr. Brown in student services for more details"National CPR Foundation Scholarship"Deadline: 01/31/21Every month we will award a $500 scholarship to students pursuing careers in healthcare or education. We are thrilled to support passionate individuals who make a difference not just in the classroom, but through all aspects of their lives. These vital fields are experiencing global exponential growth and are essential to the success of the National CPR Foundation’s mission, which offers online cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) courses to individuals and groups around the world interested in learning life-saving techniques for a variety of settings. Each month, a scholarship will be awarded to a student demonstrating why they are driven to attain a degree in the education or healthcare fields through a written essay. The scholarship may be used for education expenses at the school the winner is currently attending or is enrolled in for future attendance. Essay finalists will be presented on the National CPR Foundation website, and shared on social networks and voted upon via social sharing, which may influence but not determine the winner.To qualify for the National CPR Foundation Scholarship Program, you must:Be at least 18 years of age and studying in the United StateHave a minimum GPA of 2.8Be currently enrolled in school majoring in a healthcare- or education-related fieldIf not currently enrolled, you must be applying to a college or university with plans to major in a healthcare- or education-related field for enrollment the following academic year. Unsuccessful applicants may re-apply in subsequent months. Scholarships will only be awarded one time to each winner. Past winners are not eligible to apply again.How to Apply:To apply, qualifying students must submit a 500- to 750-word essay describing what motivates them in their career aspirations, and why they want to pursue or are currently studying for a healthcare- or education-related degree. Each application will be judged against other applications received in that same month.
A selection of finalists among the essays will be chosen by the National CPR Foundation, which will share finalist essays on our website. The essays will be able to be voted upon by the public through social media sharing, such as Facebook Likes, Tweets, and Google +1s. While the social popularity and online response of the essays may have some influence on winning essays, it is not the sole basis of our final decision.
To apply, email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:"2021 ACPE K-12 Scholarship"Deadline: 01/31/21For 2021, the Association of Computer Professionals in Education (ACPE) may allocate up to $10,000 for scholarships of up to $2,000 each for students in Oregon and Washington. These scholarships are available to graduating high school seniors who have been actively involved in the use of technology during their high school careers and are planning to pursue studies in a technology-related field. Contact information: email@example.com"2021 Nitro Scholarship"Deadline: 01/31/21The $2,000 Nitro Scholarship Sweepstakes The $2,000 Nitro Scholarship Sweepstakes is only open to legal residents of the 50 United States, the District of Columbia, age 17 or older at the time of entry, and who meet one (1) of the five (5) following eligibility requirements at the time of entry:
(1) a parent who currently has a child enrolled in an accredited college or university located within the United States;
(2) a student who is currently enrolled in an accredited college or university located within the United States;
(3) a parent who currently has a child enrolled as a high school senior located within the United States;
(4) a student who is currently enrolled as a high school senior located with the United States;
a student or a parent whose child has graduated from an accredited undergraduate school (a “School) and who is currently paying back a student or parent loan for his/her/child’s educational expenses for such School (“Entrant”).
Void outside the U.S. and wherever prohibited by law. Click here for Official Rules.
* All applications submitted past the current deadline date up till 11:59 PM ET will be considered for the next deadline.**(February)**"KPMG Future Leaders Scholarship for HS Female"Deadline:02/1/21The KPMG Future Leaders Program is a charitable initiative focused on developing future generations of women leaders. Funded by proceeds from the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship and KPMG Women’s Leadership Summit, the KPMG Future Leaders Program annually awards twenty-two top female high school seniors the opportunity to enhance their personal growth through college scholarships, a leadership development retreat, mentorship, and an introduction to golf. The program’s main purpose is to help these young women continue to build a strong foundation and instill the confidence and leadership ability they need to succeed in college and ultimately in their long-term careers.Selected KPMG Future Leader Recipients receive:An annual scholarship of $10,000 per year for 4 years of collegeA KPMG Future Leaders Retreat that will focus on leadership training, career development, and the college transition. *Please note, we are hoping to plan for an in-person retreat in Summer 2021, however the health and safety of our participants is top priority. We will continue to assess the situation and will consider a virtual model if necessary.A pairing with a mentor for one year; the mentor being a female executive that attended the KPMG Women’s Leadership Summit.Applicant criteria includes:High school female senior planning to enroll in a 4-year undergraduate program for the upcoming 2021 fall semesterProven track record of academic excellence and leadership potentialMinimum 3.5 cumulative GPAInterest in a business or STEM academic trackDemonstrates a significant financial needLetter of recommendation from a nonprofit/community organization*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships."Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship"The Jackie Robinson Foundation (JRF) Scholarship program addresses the financial needs of college students and provides extensive, hands-on mentoring and support services. Once chosen from a national, selective application process, Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholars receive a generous four-year grant to attend the undergraduate school of their choice and enroll in JRF’s celebrated “42 Strategies for Success Curriculum”. This four-year program guides JRF Scholars to effectively navigate their college environments, explore career options, develop leadership skills, and embrace a commitment to service. The program also promotes the values and character traits embodied in the heroic life of the Foundation’s namesake, encouraging Scholars to positively impact the lives of others. The JRF scholarship is awarded to outstanding high school graduates who plan to earn a baccalaureate degree from an accredited, four-year college or university. Additional fellowships are given to JRF Scholars to pursue opportunities to work and study abroad
"Epsilon Sigma Alpha Foundation Scholarship"The ESA Foundation is dedicated to the promotion of continuing education and to altruistic activities that make a positive difference in the world community. Voluntary contributions of time and money from ESA members, ESA Foundation members, and friends of the Foundation are the ESA Foundation’s sole sources of support. As a nonprofit, tax exempt corporation, the ESA Foundation supports the service and leadership programs and the philanthropic projects of Epsilon Sigma Alpha International.Important! Be sure you selected the state of your residence, not where you go to school. Also, there is no fee to create an account and begin searching for scholarships. There is a $5.00 processing fee for each scholarship for which you apply, although one current transcript may be submitted to cover all of your applications."Nikhil Desai "Perspective" Scholarship"Persevering through life has its peaks and valleys, but one thing is constant: time never stops.
As someone who has struggled with mental health issues, I personally know that certain situations can seem impossible to overcome. However, these experiences can also change your perspective on life!
This scholarship $1,000 is for anyone who has had one moment in their life shift their perspective and perception on what it means to live.
This moment can be joyous, sorrowful, or comedic; everyone's experience is unique and equally pertinent!
While not required, applicants who are first-generation Americans or first-generation college students will be preferred, but ultimately the winner will be chosen based on the quality of their essay.ESSAY TOPIC:Describe a moment that changed your perspective on life. What did you learn and how will your newfound perception benefit you in the future?500–1000 words"Fair Chance Scholarship"Deadline:02/05/21The Fair Chance Scholarship is awarded to fourteen students from across the state of Washington pursuing higher education at an accredited two or four year college, university or trade/technical school. Students must be either a graduating high school senior or an adult learner/returning student. All applicants must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.7. Applicants must also be currently working, volunteering, or involved in a school-sponsored activity at least 8 hours per month, on average. Prior involvement with the Fair (4H, FFA, etc.) and financial need may be considered, though neither is a requirement.The $3,000 awards are payable over one years. All funds are paid directly to the recipient’s college or university to be used toward tuition or books.Qualifications:(2) Applicant must be be employed, volunteering or participating in school-sponsored activity at least 8 hours a month.(3) Applicant must have a minimum 2.7 GPA.(4) Applicant must be a Washington resident.*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships."Anderson Law Enforcement/Police Scholarship"Deadline:02/05/21The Anderson Law Enforcement / Police Scholarship is awarded to a student pursuing a career in the field of criminal justice. The $5,000 award is payable in full the first year following the award. All funds are paid directly to the recipient’s college or university to be used toward tuition or books.Criteria:Washington resident: graduating seniors OR returning students/adult learnersAttending an accredited college or university (two or four year) in Washington; school must offer a Criminal Justice programPreference will be given to students pursuing a career in law enforcementRecipient must be a full-time student, continuing in the field of criminal justiceCover letterUnofficial transcripts (high school or most recent two years of schoolingTwo letters of recommendation: one from a scholastic contact and one from an employer, volunteer contact, or advisor of school-sponsored activity. Letters written by relatives of the applicant are not allowed"Elks Legacy Scholar Award"Deadline:02/05/21
Legacy Awards are $4,000 scholarships available to children and grandchildren of Elks members.
Eligibility requirements are outlined below.
(1) For the 2021 contest, any child or grandchild (or step-child, step-grandchild, or legal ward) of a living Elk who joined the order on or before April 1, 2017, or a charter member of a Lodge that was instituted on or after April 1, 2017, is eligible to apply. The Elk must also be a paid-up member through March 31, 2021. Great-grandchildren are not eligible. (2)The applicant must be a high school senior. (3)The applicant must apply online only. The 2020 Legacy Awards application deadline is January 31, 2021 at 11:59 a.m. Central Time. (4)If the applicant's parent and grandparent are both Elk members, the applicant must apply through the parent's Elks Lodge. (5) Applicants must take the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or the American College Test (ACT) in time to received their scores before the application deadline by December 31, 2020. (6) Students may apply for more than one ENF scholarship; however, they may win only one. In cases where the student qualifies for more than one, we will award the scholarship with the greater value. Students can accept local and state scholarships, which are separate from the awards at the national level. The Foundation will offer a total of 300 awards in the 2020 contest."Washington Opportunity Scholarship-Stem(Baccalaureate)"(WSOS)Deadline:02/11/21The Washington State Opportunity Scholarship (WSOS) supports low-and middle-income students pursuing eligible high-demand majors in science, technology, engineering, math (STEM) or health care and encourages recipients to work in Washington state once they complete their degrees.The Washington State Opportunity Scholarship (WSOS) is available for Washington students pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering, math, and health care. We provide students with up to $22,500 in scholarship funding towards a 4-year college degree and connect them with peer and professional mentors to help them achieve success from the first day on campus to their first day on the job.If you have questions please see Mr. Brown in student services for more details."Washington Opportunity Scholarship-Stem (Career and Technical)"(WSOS)Deadline:02/11/21The Career and Technical Scholarship (CTS) supports Washington students on their path to high-demand trade, STEM and health care occupations. To be eligible, Scholars must enroll in an approved program, such as welding, manufacturing or IT, at one of Washington’s 34 community and technical colleges. Scholars are eligible to receive up to $1,500 each quarter for the duration of their associate degree, certificate or apprenticeship program. These scholarship funds are flexible and can be used to cover tuition, fees and other costs of attendance such as housing, transportation, food and more."Hispanic Scholarship Fund"Deadline: 02/15/21The HSF Scholarship is designed to assist students of Hispanic heritage obtain a college degree.Scholarships are available, on a competitive basis, to: High school seniors, Undergraduate students (all years), Community college students transferring to four year universities, Graduate Students
Awards are based on merit; amounts range from $500 to $5,000, based on relative need, among the Scholars selected.Eligibilty Requiements:Must be of Hispanic heritageMinimum of 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent) for high school studentsMinimum of 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent) for undergraduate and graduate studentsPlan to enroll full-time in an accredited, not-for-profit, four-year university, or graduate school, during the fall of a scholarship cycle (year)US Citizen, Permanent Legal Resident, DACA or Eligible Non-Citizen (as defined by FAFSA)Complete FAFSA or state based financial aid application (if applicable)All majors and graduate fields accepted, Emphasis on STEM majors*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships."Gordon A. Rich Memorial Scholarhsip"The Gordon A. Rich Memorial Foundation (“GAR”) was created to honor the memory of Gordon Rich. Gordon was an individual of extraordinary talent, energy and persistence with a passion for life. He was extremely bright, hard working, a superb athlete, an accomplished pianist, a master chef and wine connoisseur, an advisor to corporations and their leaders and a loving father and husband. His effusive personality combined with a genuine interest in the well being of others yielded him a plethora of friends from all walks of life.Eligibility:(1) Applicants must be dependent* children of full-time employees in the financial services industry (commercial banks, investment banks, securities brokerage firms, insurance companies, fund and asset management companies, credit card and finance companies and similar businesses as determined by the Foundation). Employees must be presently employed with five years of experience OR no longer employed in this field but had ten years of experience which ended no longer than five years prior to the program closing date*Dependent children are defined as natural and legally adopted children or step-children living in the employee’s household and who are primarily supported by the employee(2) Be currently enrolled as high school seniors who plan to enroll in a full time undergraduate course of study at an accredited four year college or university in the U.S.
(3) Have a minimum grade point average of 3.5 (on a 4.0 scale), and rank in the top 20% of class
(4) Must demonstrate financial need
(5) Students must be a US citizen or legal resident
GAR's mission is to award grants to support the higher education goals of its recipients. The recipients of GAR scholarships are exceptionally qualified high school students with demonstrated financial need whose parents or guardians have, or had, a career in the financial services industry. You can view the Master List of companies which meet this definition; however, this list is not exhaustive. If you feel that a company which is not on the list meets this definition, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the name, location, phone number, and description of the organization.
The GAR Foundation awards a maximum of seven scholarships a year, the amount of each awards is up to $12,500.00 renewable for four years."(Fisher Hosue Inc) "Scholarship for Military Children"Deadline:02/17/21The Scholarships for Military Children Program is primarily funded through the generosity of manufacturers and suppliers whose products are sold at military commissaries, worldwide. We encourage military families to take advantage of their commissary benefits that not only provide a savings of more than 30 percent on the products purchased, but also support the military community through programs such as this scholarship. The purchase of products from these companies funds the Scholarships for Military Children program. A total of 700 scholarship grants, each for $2,000, will be awarded for school year 2021-22. There will be at least one recipient selected at every commissary location where qualified applications are received, and additional recipients will be selected based on a prorate basis, so more applicants will be selected from those commissaries with larger numbers of applicants.Applicants must be enrolled, or planning to enroll, in a full-time undergraduate program of study leading to a bachelor's degree at an accredited U.S. college or university in the fall term of 2021. High school applicants must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 (on a 4.0 basis). College applicants must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.50. College freshmen must submit a first semester college transcript.Applicants who receive an appointment to one of the U.S. Military Academies (or affiliated preparatory schools) or are awarded a full scholarship at any accredited U.S. post-secondary institution of higher education are not eligible to receive funds from this program. A full scholarship is usually defined as one that provides for payment of tuition, books, lab fees, and other related expenses."Amazon Future Engineer Scholarship"Deadline:02/18/21The Amazon Future Engineer scholarship program assists high school seniors who have completed an advanced placement computer science course, or who have taken an advanced placement computer science test and plan to continue their education at an accredited four-year college or university majoring in computer science, software engineering, computer engineering or other computer related field of study. Winners of the award receive $10,000 per year at an accredited four-year college or university as well as a paid summer internship at Amazon after their freshman year of college. The program is administered by Scholarship America®, the nation’s largest designer and manager of scholarship, tuition assistance, and other education support programs for corporations, foundations, associations, and individuals. Awards are granted without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation, age, gender, disability, or national origin.Eligibilty:Be U.S. citizens or permanent residents.Have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale (or its equivalent).Be high school seniors who are currently enrolled in or who have completed an advanced placement computer science course orwho have taken an advanced placement computer science test.Be planning to enroll in full-time undergraduate study at an accredited four-year college or university for the entire upcoming academic year majoring in computer science, software engineering, computer engineering or other computer related field of studyRequired Docs:As part of your application, you must upload the following documents:1. Current, complete transcript of grades. Grade reports are not accepted. Unofficial or online transcripts must display student name, school name, grades and credit hours for each course, and term in which each course was taken.2. Copy of the first two pages of the most recently filed IRS Form 1040 used for the Financial Information PageIf you have questions please see Mr. Brown in student services for more details.
"Vegetarian Recource Group Scholarship"Deadline:02/20/21THE VEGETARIAN RESOURCE GROUP OFFERS TWO $5,000 SCHOLARSHIPS PLUS ONE $10,000 SCHOLARSHIP
Due to the generosity of an anonymous donor, The Vegetarian Resource Group each year will award $20,000 in college scholarship money to graduating U.S. high school students who have promoted vegetarianism in their schools and/or communities. Vegetarians do not eat meat, fish, or fowl. Vegans are vegetarians who do not use other animal products such as dairy or eggs.
One award of $10,000 and two awards of $5,000 will be given. Entries may only be sent by students graduating from high school in SPRING 2021.Applicants will be judged on having shown compassion, courage, and a strong commitment to promoting a peaceful world through a vegetarian diet/lifestyle. Payment will be made to the student's college (U.S. based only). Winners of the scholarships give permission to release their names to the media. Applications and essays become property of The Vegetarian Resource Group. We may ask finalists for more information. Scholarship winners are contacted by e-mail or telephone. Please look at your e-mail.Please send application and attachments to The Vegetarian Resource Group, P.O. Box 1463, Baltimore, MD 21203. For more information call (410) 366-8343 or email email@example.com."Women's Cyber Security Scholarships"Deadline:02/22/21
Scholarships to inspire women to join the ever-growing field of Information Security ELIGIBILITY
Must be pursuing, or plan to pursue, a degree with a focus on cybersecurity or information assurance.”
You may be a senior in high school, an undergraduate student, graduate or post graduate student to be eligible.”
GPA must be at least 3.3 on a 4.0 scale (or an analogous rank based on a comparable scale).
You may be a citizen of any country (US citizenship not required).
May be attending on campus or online.
May be attending full time or part time
May be attending in the US or Internationally
You do not currently need to be enrolled, however no awards will be disbursed until the recipient is enrolled in a college or university.
If awarded: the funds will be sent to the school with instructions that it be applied to tuition, fees and books."CBC Foundation Scholarship"Deadline:02/28/21Columbia Basin College Foundation’s scholarship program provides financial assistance to help meet the expenses of an education for qualified students. This is an application for Foundation scholarships ONLY. It does not take the place of a regular financial aid application. To apply for financial aid, you should obtain information and an application from your school counselor or the Financial Aid office at CBC.
Who can apply: Any currently enrolled or potential student is eligible to apply. Most scholarships are for full-time students (12 or more credits) maintaining a minimum grade point average of 2.5, but a few may be awarded to part-time students. Be sure to complete the CBC admissions application obtainable in the CBC Admissions/Registration office. It is the applicant’s responsibility to see that all supplemental documents required with this application are submitted to the CBC Foundation office.If at the time you submit this application you have completed only one quarter at CBC, please supply your high school.
Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships"Scholarship For Dreamers"TheDream.US National Scholarships are for highly motivated DREAMers1 who want nothing more than to get a college education but are unable to afford the cost. Our Scholars have what it takes to succeed in college and in life! While we consider your GPA and test scores, we place great emphasis on your commitment to community service and your demonstrated ability to overcome the barriers and challenges that DREAMers face each day. The National Scholarship Award will cover your tuition and fees up to a maximum of $16,500 for an associate degree and $33,000 for a bachelor’s degree at one of our Partner Colleges. You can renew the Award each year so long as you meet the continuing eligibility criteria.Determining Your Eligibility:Before you apply for the National Scholarship, you need to confirm that you (1) meet our immigration eligibility criteria, and (2) meet the eligibility criteria for either our High School Graduate or Community College Graduate Scholarship."Doodle4 Google Contest"Deadline: 02/26/21
This year’s Doodle for Google theme is:
“I AM STRONG BECAUSE...”
Friendship, smiles, thank yous, and hugs.
But kindness is so much more than just being nice. This year’s theme invites you to tell us how you show kindness. Is it by helping around your home? Volunteering in your community’s green space? Maybe it’s comforting someone who’s down, or picking up trash in the park.
However you define it, let us know how you bring a little bit more kindness into the world. Take your ideas and bring them to life in your doodle!Doodle: Artists create their doodles using any materials they want.Write: Artists write their 50-word statementsCombine: If the doodle wasn’t created directly on the entry form, take a digital photo or scan of the doodle and combine it with the entry form. If you’re submitting a digital entry, save the completed entry form as a .jpg, .png, or .pdf.Enter the Contest! Good Luck*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many other scholarships."Gesa Credit Union Scholarship"Deadline: 02/28/21
Gesa is proud to have offered scholarships to college students for more than two decades. Our scholarships provide educational assistance to both entering freshmen, and current college students continuing their education. Since 1987, Gesa has awarded $430,000 in scholarships to deserving local students.
Entering College Freshmen: Gesa Credit Union offers ten $2,000 and one $5,000 scholarship to local high school seniors who have plans to pursue a higher degree of education. To be eligible, you must be a member in good standing of Gesa Credit Union and be entering your freshman year of college as a full-time student with a 3.0 or greater cumulative high school GPA.
Current College Students: Gesa also offers Continued Education Scholarships for current college students who have plans to continue their higher education. Gesa will award five $2,000 and one $5,000 scholarships to eligible students. To be eligible, you must be a member in good standing of Gesa Credit Union with plans of returning as a full-time student in the fall of 2021.
Melissa Kanabrocki Memorial Scholarship: Our late colleague and dear friend, Melissa Kanabrocki, embodied the credit union philosophy of people helping people, and had passion for improving the lives of those in the communities we serve. Gesa created the Melissa Kanabrocki Memorial Scholarship Fund to honor her legacy by helping students who work in our high school campus branches achieve their educational goals.Note: Applications can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, dropped off at any Member Service Center, or mailed to Scholarship Committee at P.O. Box 500 Richland, WA 99352If you have questions please see Mr. Brown in student services for more details
**(March)**"Washington State School Retiree's Association Scholarship"(8) WSSR-Foundation Scholarships - a one-time scholarship of $2500 each
(16) Robert J. Handy Scholarships - $900 each for up to four years
(1) Neil D. Prescott Scholarship - a one-time scholarship of $2500Deadline: 03/01/21The forms must be filled-out online, printed and mailed to the WSSRA District Representative for the student's area. The District Representative's name and address will be displayed once the student has entered the zip code where requested for his/her school. Do NOT mail application to Washington State School Retirees Association in Lacey, this will delay the delivery time to the correct person.The Washington State School Retirees' Association (WSSRA) invites senior students of your school who have a GPA of 3.0 or higher to apply for the above scholarships Senior's Interested in "Field of Education" Their degree could be in one of these majors:(teacher, counselor, speech therapist, occupational therapist, or psychologist.)*Offering scholarships for Qualified High School Seniors to assist in furthering their learning and to promote Academic Achievement. Scholarships will be awarded to Seniors who plan to enroll in an accredited program.Make sure your eligible for these scholarship before filling out application*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and other scholarships."2021 Seattle Foundation Scholarship"Deadline: 03/01/21Seattle Foundation hosts more than 50 scholarship programs annually. Here is a list of some of the opportunities currently available."Wendy Jackson Hall Memorial scholarship”Deadline: 03/01/21Visual Arts MajorsThe Wendy Jackson Hall Memorial scholarship was set up in memory of Wendy Jackson Hall. Friends, family, and the beneficiaries of her work in the visual arts remember her through assistance of students in pursuit of careers in the visual arts.
The scholarship worth $15,000 is offered to an individual, in the course of two years.This scholarship fund and the values its aims at encouraging among students, are closely related to the work of Wendy Jackson Hall. She was a distinguished animation expert, who worked on passing her knowledge to the younger generation.
The award of the scholarship to eligible applicants is partly based on expression of need, exemplary academic performance, and the possession of passion in the visual arts. Working with the individual’s community for artistic purposes is an added advantage for the applicants.
*Contact Mr. Brown via email: Mbrown@psd1.org for more information on this and many other scholarships."The American Welding Society Foundation Scholarship"Deadline: 03/01/21Welding ScholarshipIf you are currently enrolled, or will soon enroll, in a welding program or a related field, then consider applying for our scholarships. Scholarships are available for students attending trade schools, community colleges, and four-year universities. An AWS Foundation scholarship can be the extra push that helps you fulfill your goals!
AWS Foundation Scholarships are for tuition, fees, books, supplies, or equipment required for the course of instruction. Scholarship awards will be sent directly to the academic or training institution."2021 Scholarship Essay Contest"Deadline: 03/01/21The attorneys at Brady Cobin Law Group recognize the importance of sound planning at every stage of life— when planning for college, when raising a family, when caring for aging parents and when looking toward retirement. We are pleased to sponsor a scholarship essay contest to help students with college education expenses and to focus attention on issues involved in preparing for the unexpected. Everyone discovers that life is full of surprises. Anyone can be injured in an accident at any age. A conversation between parents and their adult children and those approaching adulthood can help clarify issues related to financial responsibility and who should make financial decisions on behalf of a family member who becomes incapacitated. Most young people have not accumulated significant financial assets. But it’s still a good idea to have a simple will and a durable health care power of attorney. It is important to start such conversations when everyone is healthy and then revisit the issues as your circumstances change. Our goal as wills and estate planning attorneys at Brady Cobin Law Group is to understand our clients’ needs and provide guidance to make well-informed decisions about the future. Our attorneys recognize the importance of getting a good education to pursuing a fulfilling career and achieving future goals. We’re glad to be in a position to help some deserving students pursue their dreams with our scholarship essay contest.Eligibilty:The essay contest is open to high school students as well as students enrolled in two-year and four-year colleges and universities and graduate school programs throughout the United States. Applicants who are 17 years old or younger will need to provide parental consent to enter.Brady Cobin Law Group will award three (3)Scholarships totaling $4,500 to the three students who submit the winning essay"Washington Apple Education Foundation Universal Scholarship"Complete list of award descriptions/qualifications:Award DescriptionsStudents raised in families with direct ties to Washington’s tree fruit industry are eligible to apply. Ties to the industry are created through immediate family member or personal employment in an apple, cherry or pear orchard or warehouse in Washington, immediate family ownership of an apple, cherry or pear orchard or warehouse in Washington or immediate family employment in a company directly serving the apple, cherry or pear industry in Washington. Employment must be current and to have been ongoing for a minimum of 12 consecutive months. Additionally, students with a desire to work for Washington’s tree fruit industry may also qualify. Individual scholarships may each have more specific qualifications.For two-year community college and four-year college/university scholarships and for vocational/technical school programs not listed below.Automotive technology or auto repair, construction building and trades, diesel mechanic, electrical, machine technology, instrumentation, information technology, logistics control, HVAC, welding, refrigeration, machine programming, network administration, business information management, industrial systems technology, mechanized irrigation system, computer applications, project management, tree fruit management and agricultureIf you do not qualify for this application, utilize the WAEF Vocational Scholarship Application instead.*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships."Washington Apple Education Foundation Vocational Scholarship"Deadline:03/01/21Complete list of award descriptions/qualifications:Award DescriptionsStudents raised in families with direct ties to Washington’s tree fruit industry are eligible to apply. Ties to the industry are created through immediate family member or personal employment in an apple, cherry or pear orchard or warehouse in Washington, immediate family ownership of an apple, cherry or pear orchard or warehouse in Washington or immediate family employment in a company directly serving the apple, cherry or pear industry in Washington. Employment must be current and to have been ongoing for a minimum of 12 consecutive months. Additionally, students with a desire to work for Washington’s tree fruit industry may also qualify. Individual scholarships may each have more specific qualifications.This scholarship application should be used ONLY by students attending a technical certificate or degree program at an accredited trade, vocational or community college. Students eligible to apply through this application are those pursuing the following degree/certificate programs: automotive technology or auto repair, construction building and trades, diesel mechanic, electrical, machine technology, instrumentation, information technology, logistics control, HVAC, welding, refrigeration, machine programming, network administration, business information management, industrial systems technology, mechanized irrigation system, computer applications, project management, tree fruit management and agriculture.
This application is not for students who plan to complete a two-year degree then transfer to a four-year school. Students pursuing a degree or certificate program not listed may contact our office for clarification. If you do not qualify for vocational scholarship consideration, utilize the WAEF Universal Scholarship Application instead."The Lambeth Family Scholarship"Deadline: 03/01/21(Must apply through Washboard.org)(This scholarship is offered by Seattle Foundation)The purpose of the Lambeth Family Scholarship is to honor and to give financial support to a deserving student pursuing a degree in engineering, natural sciences, mathematics, computer science or business.(Renewable)This scholarship is renewable for a total of 4 years, provided the student continues to meet the scholarship criteria of a 3.0 GPA each year.Must demonstrate financial need, Number of family members in household, Number of family dependents attending college, Family income.Additional Questions:Write a brief essay (up to 250 words) telling us about yourself, your educational achievements and your future career goals. Discuss the challenges you foresee and how you plan to accomplish your goals. PLEASE DO NOT TYPE THIS ESSAY IN THE BOX. PLEASE UPLOAD AND ATTACH, MARKING THE TYPE OF FILE AS "ESSAY"Please include two reference letters with your application. These letters should be from people who know you through your academic or employment experience or your community leadership and participation. (Do not include relatives as references.)Please upload a copy of your transcript(s) for every applicable level of education and/or all schools you attended from high school through present. An unofficial transcript is acceptable for application. Scholarship recipients will be required to submit an official transcript to The Seattle Foundation by July 15; funds will not be released to your school until we receive it."Women at Microsoft Scholarship"Deadline: 03/01/21The Women at Microsoft Scholarship seeks to empower and enable high school women and non-binary people* to go to college, realize the impact technology has on the world, and target a career in the technology industry. A primary goal of this scholarship is to help improve gender diversity in the technology industry. This year, Women at Microsoft will award 13 scholarships with a total value of $85,000:(3) $20,000 scholarships distributed over 4 years ($5,000 per year, renewable)(10) $2,500 one-time scholarships.Identify as a woman and/or as non-binary and wish to pursue a career in a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) fieldMust have a GPA of 3.0 or higherMust be applying (or have been accepted to) to an accredited 2-4 year public or private college or university or technical college in the United StatesAwards will be made based on financial need, scholastic achievement, and passion for technology"Microsoft Disability Scholarship"Deadline: 03/01/21Email all of the above to email@example.com by March 1, 2021.
** Please ensure that your application packet includes all of the required information and documents before sending. We will not accept additional documents sent separate from the original application packet, and only complete application packets will be reviewed.
Final selection will be complete, and those selected to receive the Microsoft Disability Scholarship will be notified at the end of April."Atsuhiko Tateuchi Memorial Scholarship"Deadline: 03/01/21Ina Goodwin Tateuchi and her late husband, Atsuhiko Tateuchi, both came from hard-working families and were taught to appreciate and respect education. They wish to provide $5000 scholarships for students who are residents of the Pacific Rim states (Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon and Washington) who demonstrate hard work, dedication and sincerity. Students must have financial need, academic merit and be of Japanese or other Asian ancestry, including multi-ethnic Asians. Students from middle income families and students attending college, university, trade/vocational, or graduate schools are encouraged to apply. This scholarship will be renewable for up to four years.
To apply for the Atsuhiko Tateuchi Memorial Scholarship, please register and create a SurveyMonkey Apply individual applicant account. To do so, please click on the green "Register" button on the top right of the screen, not the "Apply" button. You will be directed to a new page where you will select "Register as an individual" and prompted to enter your personal information. Upon creation of your applicant account you will click on "View programs" and search for the Atsuhiko Tateuchi Memorial Scholarship using the search bar."The Pisacano Leadership Program"Deadline: 03/02/21The Pisacano Scholars Leadership Program offers many career development opportunities, as well as scholarship funding, to the future leaders of family medicine. The Pisacano Scholars participate in semi-annual Leadership Skills Development Symposia (see summary) and are offered a multitude of educational programs and mentoring relationships with current leaders in the field of family medicine. These programs are designed to enhance the overall leadership skills of the Pisacano Scholars; to provide them with the historical context and scope of family medicine; and to allow the Scholars to network and form professional relationships within their field.This premier leadership program is extremely competitive. Third-year medical students are eligible to apply. Only students who demonstrate a strong commitment to the specialty of family medicine will be considered. In addition, each applicant must show demonstrable leadership skills, superior academic achievement, strong communication skills, identifiable character and integrity, and a noteworthy level of community service. The level of financial need is not considered in the selection process. The scholarship funding is designed to reimburse a portion of medical school debt incurred by the student by the conclusion of the Scholar's residency in family medicine. A portion of the funds will be distributed to the student during their fourth-year of medical school, and the remaining funds will be distributed over the required three-year residency. The maximum scholarship award is $28,000. Recipients are awarded up to $7,000 per year for up to four years."PNW Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation"Deadline: 03/02/21ELIGIBILITY:GPA of at least 2.00 (cumulatively, on an unweighted 4.00 scale)Family adjusted gross income for the 2020 tax year that does not exceed $106,000Attending or planning to attend college or career training school listed on theNational Center for Education Statistic's College Navigator website in the 2021-22 academic yearMust submit a completed application with all required documents, as outlined in the application or as requested by the Scholarship FoundationFor more details regarding required application documents, please visit https://mcsf.scholarshipapps.org/required_docs.cfm."Pasco Kiwanis Key Club Scholarship"
Deadline: 03/12/21* Scholarship Award ($1250.00)1. Applicant must present two (2) confidential letters submitted by persons they select, which attest to:His/her academic successesHis/her involvement in school service activitiesHis/her involvement in community service2. Applicant must submit official transcript of academic grades.Restrictions1. The scholarship award may be used only in a fully accredited community college or a four-year university or college.2. The scholarship award may be used to tuition, course textbooks and/or laboratory materials or equipment.Application will include:Completed, typed, scholarship application2 letters of recommendationOfficial transcript"Ewing C. Kelly (Kelly Foundation Of Washington)Scholarship"Deadline: 03/10/21$2500.00 scholarship Non-renewable ScholarshipThe Kelly Foundation of Washington is offering $2,500 awards for its scholarship program, the Ewing C. Kelly Scholarship. This award is named in honor of Ewing C. Kelly, a longtime radio and television broadcaster. The Ewing C. Kelly Scholarship is designed to reward students who demonstrate good citizenship while striving to attain their academic goalsApplicants will be judged on their academic merit, extra-curricular achievements--both scholastically and in their community--and financial need*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships."Cancer Unwrapped Teen Writing Contest"Deadline: 03/14/21Learning about a cancer diagnosis – your own or that of a loved one – can cause a storm of emotions, and everyone experiences it differently. We want to know what this experience was like for you.Did you feel angry, sad, lonely, or maybe something you didn’t expect? What happened in your life, and did it change you or your perspectives?We invite you to submit a short essay about your experience with cancer for the opportunity to win cash prizes. Since the contest began in 2006, we have received more than 5,000 submissions and handed out over $175,000 in prize money to teens.Over the years we have received stories of triumph and stories of great loss, stories written in times of turbulence, and stories written in times of quiet reflection. Each one has been honest, heartfelt, and uniqueWrite a 500-2000-word essay sharing your story about cancer--either your personal diagnosis or the diagnosis of a loved one.Several $1000 cash prizes"(HAAP) Hispanic Academic Achievers Program Scholarship"Deadline: 03/15/21The HAAP Program offers scholarships to select HAAP seniors to serve as springboard into higher education.Funds are intended to offset tuition cost, book fees, ect. A select number of HAAP scholarships will be awarded based on Hispanic heritage, financial need, higher education goals and preparation, academic portfolio and achievements, civic and extra-curricular activities, leadership, and HAAP eligibility.All applications are to be submitted electronically. Applicant is responsible for delivery confirmation.Please return completed electronic scholarship application package and supplemental documents to: HAAPScholarships@gmail.comDISCLAIMER:
Once you begin the application process you must complete each question before advancing to the next page. Once you begin the electronic application you will not be able to save your answers prior to submitting the application. For your convenience the following link contains a preview of the questions asked at the end of the application."Benton Franklin Fair Association Scholarship"Deadline: 03/15/21The Benton Franklin Fair Association is proud to offer a $1,000 scholarship.Applicant must have participated in either the 2019 Benton Franklin Fair as an exhibitor or any of the 2020 virtual or associated events and be a graduating high school senior in 2021.Applicant must be a resident of Benton or Franklin counties or the Burbank School District.The scholarship must be used toward continuing education in an accredited university, college, community college or technical school.The funds will be forwarded to the college of the recipient’s choice upon proof of acceptance and registration.Applications can be submitted below, emailed to:firstname.lastname@example.org ormailed to:
Benton Franklin Fair Association
ATTN: Scholarship Chairman
812 W. Washington St
Pasco, WA 99301"Jack Reynolds Scholarship"Deadline: 03/15/21The primary mission of The Jack Reynolds Scholarship Fund is to encourage scholarship and sportsmanship in student athletes. We will achieve this by acknowledging exceptional student athletes who exemplify dedication, integrity, mentorship, academic achievement and fair-play. This scholarship is open to student athletes graduating from a Washington state high school who plan on attending post-secondary university, college, or vocational school.
An essay on how School or Athletics has affected you. Essay should, at a minimum, speak to each of Jack’s attributes that you exemplify: scholarship, sportsmanship, integrity, dedication, and mentorship."Rita Lowe Scholarship"Deadline: 03/15/21(Up to four scholarships of $1000 each will be awarded in 2021 to graduating high)This scholarship is endowed by the estate of Rita Lowe, a former Renton mathematics educator, WSMC board member, and PSCTM president. Up to four scholarships of $1000 each will be awarded in 2021 to graduating high school students. Any senior graduating from a high school in Washington State who is planning to attend a college or university within Washington and is planning to major in Mathematics Education and pursue teaching certification to become a mathematics educator is eligible to apply."Son and Daughters of Italy Tri-Citta Lodge #2881 Scholarship"Deadline:03/15/21$1,000.00 Scholarship AwardThe Tre-Citta (Tri-Cities) Lodge 2881 Scholarship Program has been established to provide financial assistance for the qualified students of Italian ancestry to help them realize their highest potential as citizens and leaders of their community, state and nation. The program seeks to encourage participation from students who will be pursuing full or part-time higher education in diverse fields. Such educational pursuit is encouraged to enable students to attain vocational or professional skills necessary in an increasingly complex and competitive society. It is hoped that this program will provide these students with the impetus for life-long learning and the motivation necessary to achieve any educational goals."(PEF) Pasco Education Foundation Scholarship"Deadline: 03/19/21*All senior pursing college dreams,1st year bachelor's degree (i.e. 4 year degree/ 2 year degree)
* Ever little bit helps, Don't miss this opportunity to follow your dreams!!!!Please find more information and helpful tips to filling out your application on our website at pascopride.orgThis universal application makes you eligible for a variety of scholarships provided by the Pasco Education Foundation. Scholarship amounts are typically between $1,000-$2,000. The scholarship money will be forwarded to the college financial aid office if the PEF scholarship acceptance form is received by the designated due date. It is understood that the scholarship money will be forfeited if not used immediately following Fall registration.
All applications for financial assistance programs, i.e., students loans, work compensation, grants, scholarships, special funds, subsidies, prizes, etc., will be considered by the Pasco School District without regard to race, color, national origin, gender, or disability.Please contact Mr. Brown in Student Services if interested in applying. Forms are available there."(Questbridge Scholarship Program)"
Deadline:03/24/21The 2021 College Prep Scholars Program application is now open! Applying to college can seem daunting, and the prospect of paying for it can seem even more overwhelming. But it doesn’t have to be. The College Prep Scholars Program equips high-achieving high school juniors from low-income backgrounds with the knowledge, confidence, and resources to apply to top colleges.Why apply as a junior? Being a College Prep Scholar is a notable distinction that shows our 45 college partners that you are a competitive candidate for admission. In addition, your application will automatically carry over for the National College Match when you’re a senior, giving you a head start on applying for a full four-year scholarship to our college partners. College Prep Scholars are historically five times more likely than other applicants to receive full four-year scholarships through the National College Match.Video Link!!!!Awards for College Prep Scholars may include:Quest for Excellence Awards, such as $1,000 for a new laptop or other resources to help the student enhance their college application. Exclusive access to a QuestBridge National College Admissions Conference — an invite-only, online event featuring workshops and a college fair with our college partners.Personalized college essay feedback. Campus visits or other opportunities from QuestBridge college partners. Specialized guidance and resources for the college application process. Peer-to-peer support in an online community."Tri-Cities Sunrise Rotary Club Scholarship"
Deadline:03/30/21Tri 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 email@example.com 509-440-2222The 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."(Stars)The Washington State Academic Redshirt Program)"
Deadline:03/31/21STARS is a two-year program with a specialized curriculum designed to build learning skills and strengthen academic preparation for core math and science prerequisites. STARS students who maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or higher and fulfill first- and second-year program requirements are guaranteed admission to an engineering or computer science major. Though students are not guaranteed admission to their first-choice major, thus far, 99% of STARS students have been admitted to their first-choice major. STARS students can expect to complete their degrees in five years—only 1 to 2 quarters longer than average for an engineering or computer science degree at UW.To be eligible, a student:Must be an incoming first-year student at the University of Washington, Seattle campus. (STARS is not offered at UW Bothell or UW Tacoma)Must be a Washington state resident and U.S. citizen or permanent resident.Must be eligible for financial aid (preference given to Husky Promise, Pell Grant, and/or Washington State Need Grant recipients).Indicated an engineering or computer science major on the UW application.Graduated from a high school in Washington state; priority is given to students who graduated from a high school where at least 30% of students are eligible for free or reduced-price lunch."Hearthstone Housing Foundation Scholasrhip"Deadline:03/31/21Many students struggle to obtain a college degree due to the rising costs of education in this country.To address this need, the Hearthstone Scholarship Fund was established in 2009. Since its inception, the Hearthstone Scholarship Committee has awarded $650,000 in scholarships to students from California, Oregon and Washington.Scholarship awards range from $500 to $5,000.Eligibility Requirements:
* Must be age 16 or older to apply.* Maintain at least a 3.0 GPA (9-12grades)* Must be available for phone interview in May 2021* Must be from low income household or demonstrate financial need*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many other scholarships."Marsden Scholarship""The George & Dorothy Marsden Scholarship Fund"NOTE: Forms must be completed on‐line.The application form must be completed in one session;it cannot be saved and re-visited.APPLICATIONS WILL OPEN FEBRUARY 1.Deadline: 03/31/21https://stjohns-cathedral.org/marsden-scholarshipThe George and Dorothy Marsden Scholarship Fund was established by Mrs. Marsden to help academically promising students from the Inland Northwest maximize their potential at the world’s best colleges and universities. “My intentions would be wholly fulfilled,” she wrote, if “... our young people … go to the great universities of the world as designated Marsden Scholars.” Up to two new Marsden Scholars are named each spring from high school seniors whose permanent legal residence is within the Episcopal Diocese of Spokane, and a number of scholarships are renewed. Applications for 2021 open February 1 and are due by March 31, 2021.Helps academically promising students attend top quality institution's that would otherwise be cost prohibitive,($30,000 over four years\ Scholarship Award )*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many other scholarships."Washington Masonic Masonic Charities Scholasrhip"Deadline:03/31/21All applications are done online, paper applications will not be accepted. Once on website, search Wa Masonic Charities. Select either "Legacy Scholarship" or "WA State Affiliated DeMolay, Rainbow or Job's Daughter Schlolarship". Register online, complete and submit the appropriate application. We anticipate one (4) $3,750 Legacy Scholarships, and one (1) 3,000 "Affiliated Scholarship" for each of the Masonic Youth Orders."Automative Aftermarket Central Scholarship"Deadline:03/31/21(All Automative and Trade Tech Students)Applicants must be full time students at an accredited U.S. college or university or an ASE/NATEF Certified post-secondary automotive, heavy duty, or collision repair school. Graduating high school seniors planning to be full time students at any of the above also qualify. No GPA requirement. You can go to the on line application form using the Apply On Line button at the bottom of this page. You might not have all the required information when you begin this process. You can start the application now, "submit" and save this form using your e-mail address and a password of your choice. You can log on later and click on the "Update Your Application" button to retrieve, update, and complete your application. You may continue to update your application until March 31, 2021 or until it has been assigned to reviewers. You will be asked for a one-page essay about your career goals. This may be entered directly into the on-line application, or attached to the application as a Word or Adobe .pdf file. You can also post an optional short video on YouTube and include the link to it on your scholarship application. If you mark the video as "Private" only our reviewers will have the link to view it. You must submit your high school transcript, and your post-secondary transcript if you are already in a post secondary program. We will accept copies of school transcripts.NOTE to 2021 applicants. You will need to submit your transcripts and references to complete your application. Please make sure your name is clearly on every page. You may attach them to your on-line application, mail them to the address on the application form, or fax them to the attention of Jennifer Hollar at (919) 237-9378. You may also submit additional items by e-mail. Please show your name and “Automotive Scholarship Application Information” in the subject line of the e-mail. Please show a description of any attached files in the text. E-mail them to firstname.lastname@example.org."Blacks at Microsoft Scholarship (BAM)"Deadline:03/31/21(4) $20,000 scholarships distributed over 4 years ($5,000 per year, renewable)(8) $10,000 scholarships distributed over 2 years ($5,000 per year, renewable)(15) $1,000 scholarshipsFunding will go directly to the student's academic institution to cover tuition and fees.To be considered for a BAM Scholarship, you must:(1) Be a U.S.-based high-school senior of African descent (for example, African American, African, or Ethiopian).(2) Plan to attend a four-year college or university in the U.S. in the fall immediately following your high-school graduation.(3) Plan to pursue a bachelor's degree in engineering, computer science, computer information systems, or select business programs (such as finance, business administration, or marketing).(4) Have a cumulative GPA of 3.3 or higher.
**(April)**"2020-2021 Smart Choices Scholarship"Deadline: 04/01/21(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
Person applying (“Applicant”) must be a legal resident of Washington State, who, as of SEPTEMBER 1, 2020, is enrolled as 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 2020-21 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 2020-21 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 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 background check as requested by Sponsors. Scholarship recipients must graduate at the end of the regular 2020-21 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."Washington State Grange Scholarship"Deadline: 04/01/21WA Grange Scholarship 2021The 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 orlegal 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: 04/01/21Each 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 to the college (university or trade school). Checks will be written to and sent to the college."Prime Mailbox's Women in Stem Scholarship"Deadline: 04/05/21($500.00 Award)Technology has come to impact almost every facet of our lives. It has become a driver for innovation and unlocked so many new career paths. Unfortunately a significant gender gap persists. While women make up almost 50% of the labor market, they hold only 28% of STEM jobs. Minority women are even less represented in STEM, making up just 1 out of every 20 scientist and engineer jobs. Prime Mailboxes is hoping to inspire more young women to consider a STEM career. The Prime Mailbox Women in STEM Scholarship will award $500 to female students who are passionate about science, technology, engineering, or math.Female students pursuing a career in science, technology, engineering, or math"First Fruits Scholarship Program(Broetje Orchards)Deadline: 04/06/21Most 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.“TRI-CITY CONSTRUCTION COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM 2021“
Deadline:04/07/21(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.comTo 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: email@example.com or Use Link: https://www.mailbigfile.com/tricityplancenterIf you have questions please see Mr. Brown in student services for more details."(JAM)Jasonte' Alllen Medsker WOW Tri-Cities Scholarship"Deadline:04/09/21open to all graduating Female Seniors:Winner recieve a $1500 Scholarship to be used for college education or technical trainning.A Person who has overcome a hardship(financial, physical, social barries to complete high school)Submitt an essay about yourself,(not exceed one page) The essay should contain your thoughts on the brief summary of Jasonte's life, your life, your intrest and accomplishments,hardships facedand obstacles overcome (if any), career and personal aspirations, plans for college, service to schoolor community,and/or anything else you would like to scholasrhip committee to know about you.Completed application formA letter of recommendation from a teacher, employer or community organization leader."(WWIN)Star Scholarship Offerd by:Washington Women in Need"Deadline:04/10/21WWIN 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 awardedCertificate program, High School Senior, College Freshman, College Sophomore, College Junior, College SeniorPrivate 4-year University or College, Private Vocational / Technical / Career College, Public 4-year University or College, Public 2-year Community / Technical CollegeMust demonstrate financial need by completing a FAFSAOur 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"Deadline:04/13/21The Virgie Robinson Memorial Scholarship Fund awards a $1,000 scholarship to graduating seniors of the Pasco School District who attended the Virgie Robinson Elementary School at any time during their elementary school years. The scholarship can be used to help students pursue any type of a post-secondary educational/vocational endeavor.Any Pasco School District graduating senior who attended the 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 Scholarships10605 SE 240th Street Suite 329Kent, WA 98031"Knights of Columbus Scholarship"Pasco Council #1620Deadline:04/15/21To 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.Return the application with the above-required documentation to the following e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org or via USPS to Knights of Columbus, PO Box 4682, Pasco, WA 99302-4682, postmarked before April 15th"The American Dream Scholarship"Deadline:04/23/21Since 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 $90,000in 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 programIn 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."Yakima Federal Awards for Academic Excellence Scholarship"
Deadline: 04/26/21Yakima 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 2020. 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 26, 2021. Applications postmarked after April 26th 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, 2021. Any questions regarding the application process can be emailed to: email@example.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: 06/26/21The 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 firstname.lastname@example.orgWho 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 variesDon'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 AssociationScholarship"Deadline: 04/29/21The Washington State Hay Growers Association is pleased to offer one $2,500
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 Agricultite(2) non-memeber- General agricultre(3) Memebrs- Other ares of interest(4) Non Memebrs- Other areas of interestThe recipient will also be required to report to the Washington State Hay Growers
Association for at least one year following the scholarship award."Pointe Pest Contorl "Pay it Forward "Scholarship"Deadline: 04/29/21For 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."$1,000 E Waste Scholarship"Deadline: 04/30/21Who 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**(May)**"$1,000 Chiawana Booster Club Scholarship"Deadline: 05/14 /21The 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 TranscriptsNEW: Scholarship applications will only be accepted via email. Please submit your complete application to email@example.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 /21Any 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 TranscriptsNEW: Scholarship applications will only be accepted via email. Please submit your complete application to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 14, 2021.Your application must be received by 11:59 p.m. PST to be considered."IvyPanda Essay Writing Contest Scholarship"Deadline:05/30/21IvyPanda.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.Eligibilty: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.**(June)**"Wondermom Scholarship"Deadline:06/30/21Are you a single parent looking for help to accomplish your goals and dreams? Does being a role-model for your child/children inspire you to try your hardest in every walk of your life? We know this can be challenging for any parent, but even more so for those that are single parents. Whether you are a single mom or dad, it can be stressful trying to manage all the necessary requirements to be successful. At MyOrganicCompany, we would like to help and make one part of your life slightly more manageable with our scholarship!
Members of our staff have personally struggled with juggling life while being single parents, and together we voted to give back to our community. We know that students who are single parents have lower graduation rates and far more college debt on average (not to include that additional stress/anxiety from having to manage parenthood while studying and part-time or full-time jobs!). Based on data from a longitudinal study, "Of students seeking a bachelor’s degree, only about a fifth of students who are single parents will graduate with a bachelor’s degree within six years, compared with two-thirds of students who are not single parents."
In fact, just simply growing up in a single family household can become an educational disadvantage. One study confirms the disadvantage, "Twelve percent of that group of teens from single-parent families had earned a college degree by the time they were 24, compared with 38 percent of those from two-parent families." This large difference is a hurdle we want to help overcome!
Furthermore, a parent's education can strongly predict students’ educational attainment, based on how far in school their parents progressed. For example, increasing a mother’s years of education by 1 standard deviation, or 2.6 years, added about three-quarters of a year to children’s completed schooling, according to the study.
With all that being said, we at MyOrganicCompany are devoted to giving back and helping single parents, so we can help bridge the gaps! With our scholarship, we are giving graduate and college students a chance to earn $2,000 towards their education!
To be eligible for this scholarship, you must meet the requirements below:
For the graduate scholarship - Must be currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program at a 4-year, 2-year, vocational, or technical institution in the United States.
For the high school senior scholarship - all applications submitted during the second application timeline and first application timeline of the following year will be reviewed. College acceptance and enrollment will be verified before awarding scholarship.
Must be a US citizen or permanent legal resident. Must be a single parent or child of a single parent. All fields of study and GPAs will be considered**(July)**"Quit Smoking Scholarship"Deadline: 07/21/21(Awards: $1,500 / $1,000 / $500)
Smoking has always been regarded as one of the deadliest habits in the world. Although aware of this, people still find it difficult to quit as it is not easy to overcome this kind of kind of addiction that has become a part of their lifestyle.
The Quit Smoking Community aims to educate people about the health benefits of quitting by providing articles that can guide people on their journey to finally end this bad habit.
Realizing this commitment, they have launched a scholarship program worth $3,000 to be awarded to several students who can create the best awareness campaign on the hazards of smoking. There will be 3 successful students who will win the scholarship.
They will be given $1,500, $1,000 and $500 respectively. The deadline for the submission of application will be on (July 21, 2021) for the Fall 2020 Semester and January 21, 2022 for the Spring 2021 Semester.
Winners will also be announced on our before July 31 of this year for the Fall semester and December 10 next year for the Spring semester.What To Do:The applicant shall write an essay discussing the hazards of smoking. They can also share their own ideas that can inspire smokers to quit.The essay should consist of about 750-1500 words, all original ideas, carefully written and well presented.For the entry to be valid, the student should comply with the Rules and Regulations set by the community.Download and accomplish the Scholarship Contest Application Form.After completing the Application Form and the essay, you may email them to email@example.comStrictly one essay per applicant only."Odenza Marketing Group Volunterr Award Scholarship"Deadline: 12/30/21The main goal ofOdenza Marketing Group Volunteer Award is to encorage stduents to amke a postive contrbution to their indivdual communties, while proving scholarships awrds to those who have done so over the previous 12 months.ELIGIBILITY:1.Be between the age of 16 and 22 on Dec 30th 2021.2. A student must also possess a GPA of 2.5 or higher in his/her last academic year.3. A student must have contributed at least 50 hours of volunteer(non-profit) service with his/her communtiy over the last 12 months. Please ensure that you have completed this amount of hours and that person within the organization is willing to confirmthat you have voulnteered this amount of time(Note that we will contact the organization in event that you are chosen as the scholarship award winner)4. A student must be a resident of United States or Canada and must attend a school in United States or Canada*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships
"Student-Caregiver Scholarship"Deadline: 12/31/20Scroll down to Student-Caregiver ScholarshipTwo scholarships of $1,500 are awarded each year to student-caregivers to help cover costs of tuition and books. Applicants must be full-time college students at an accredited two-or-four-year college or university in the United States, or full-time high school students who are registered to attend a qualifying institution the following semester. At Caring.com, we understand the demanding lifestyle of student-caregivers and the challenges they may face. The Student-Caregiver Scholarship provides financial assistance to students who are caring for an elderly loved one while enrolled in college.You must have been caring for an older relative while attending school. Students who have been involved in care-giving during high school and intend to continue to do so while attending college are eligible to apply for this award. Submit your story though a 1500-word essay or 2-minute video detailing your experience being a caregiver.((2) $1,500 Scholarship awarded)If you have questions please see Mr. Brown in student services for more details.
"Whopper Scholarship Award(McLamore Family Foundation)Deadline: 12/15/20The McLamore Family Foundation created the James W. McLamore WHOPPER® Scholarship Award,Granting a $50,000 scholarship to three students each year since 2011. The four-year scholarship is intended to help the top students that apply achieve their educational and professional goals, along with serving as a tribute to Jim himself.Have graduated from high school within the last three years or be a full-time student who is a senior at a high school or home school in the United States, Canada or Puerto Rico,Students who have a cumulative unweighted grade point average (GPA) of at least 3.3, minimum ACT Composite score of 25 or a minimum combined SAT score of 1700,Students who demonstrate an active leadership role in community service, athletics, and/or similar co-curricular activity (such as student government, team sports, fraternal life, etc) Scholarship grants range from $1,000 to $50,000 and are intended to help students offset the cost of attending college or post-secondary vocational/technical school. Recipients are selected based on their grade point average (GPA), work experience, extracurricular activities and community service."Thiel High School Felloeship Scholarship"Deadline:-12/31/20Founded by technology entrepreneur and investor Peter Thiel in 2011, the Thiel Fellowship is a two-year program for young people who want to build new things. Thiel Fellows skip or stop out of college to receive a $100,000 grant and support from the Thiel Foundation’s network of founders, investors, and scientists."Elevate Mental Health Awareness Scholarship"Deadline:-06/01/21I created the Elevate Mental Health Awareness scholarship in honor of my mom, a wonderfully inspiring and compassionate woman who struggled with mental health and took her own life in 2017. The scholarship is designed to inspire greater awareness about mental health and fuel innovative solutions that help the millions of people who are suffering. Each year, we award $500 in scholarships to high-achieving, high school students who have been affected in some way by the increasing prevalence of mental health challenges.To be eligible for this scholarship, you must meet the requirements below. Please read the requirements carefully to ensure you meet eligibility before applying."Supermoney'S Financial Literacy Scholarship"Deadline:-1/05/21SuperMoney's mission is to help everyone reach their financial goals. SuperMoney's Financial Literacy Scholarship seeks to celebrate students who share our same mission. Our scholarship program awards $2,500 a year to a student who wants to help Americans improve their financial wellness through continued education.To qualify students must:Be enrolled full-time in high school as a senior or be a part-time or full-time student in a college, graduate school, trade school.Have an overall average GPA of at least 3.0.Be a citizen or permanent resident of the United StatesUpload an unofficial transcript or an enrollment verification document.Submit a 400- to 600-word essay on the prompt specified below.*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships"The GE-Reagan Foundation Scholarship"Deadline:01/05/21Honoring the legacy and character of our nation’s 40th President, the GE-Reagan Foundation Scholarship Program rewards college-bound students who demonstrate exemplary leadership, drive, integrity, and citizenship with financial assistance to pursue higher education. Each year, the Program selects numerous recipients to receive a $10,000 scholarship renewable for up to an additional three years – up to $40,000 total per recipient. Awards are for undergraduate study and may be used for education-related expenses, including tuition, fees, books, supplies, room, and board. In addition, Scholars are invited to participate in a special awards program and receive ongoing leadership-development support.Who's Eligible: (applicants must)demonstrate at school, at the workplace, and within the community the attributes of leadership, drive, integrity, and citizenship,demonstrate strong academic performance (minimum 3.0 grade point average/4.0 scale or equivalent)be citizens of the United States of Americabe current high school seniors attending high school in the United States (students living on U.S. Armed Forces base and homeschooled students are also eligible); and plan to enroll in a full-time undergraduate course of study toward a bachelor’s degree at an accredited four-year college or university in the United States for the entire upcoming academic year.Semifinalists will be required to provide a recommendation from a community leader, such as a high school principal, elected official or executive director of a nonprofit organization, and must provide documentation to certify academic performance and financial need. Finalists will be interviewed via Skype or telephone by a member of the selection committee.Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships."One Earth Flim Festival Scholarship"Deadline:01/05/21(Open to 9-11 Graders) & (Senior+College)Eligibility:One Earth Young Filmmakers Contest (hereafter referred to as the “Contest”) is open to students from grade 3 through college (ages 8 through 25), as per the appropriate entrant category. College students must be enrolled at least half-time in an accredited, degree-seeking program. We accept USA submissions only. All entrants must complete the “Entrant Oath and Permission Form.” Either print the linked form and mail it back to us, or scan/photograph it and return it to us electronically. The form must be signed by a parent or legal guardian for an entrant under the age of 18 where the legal guardian accepts responsibility and has read these official rules on behalf of the entrant. As a reminder, while a group of people (ex: a class or a group of friends) may submit an entry together, only one prize will be awarded to the group as a whole.Topic Categories:Each film submission should choose one or several of the following topics on which to focus the theme of the film:(Water, Waste,Food, Transportation,Energy, Open Space and Ecosystems)Entrants will then be judged on their ability to address the topic(s) of choice by being engaging, informative, inspiring, and creative through their film. All submissions must show a strong (research-supported) understanding of the topics and related issues. Submissions must share and highlight solutions to the issues discussed in the chosen sustainability topic(s). The film entry’s theme must be solution-based. The film should talk about an environmental/sustainability problem and then discuss what could be a potential solution to this problem. For example, consider a film that discusses over-logging and deforestation and then elaborates on how paper-based product industries can change their methods to harvest sustainably. We look forward to viewing your entries that talk about a current problem and how you propose we solve this problem as a community with the goal of sustainability."Foot Locker Scholar Athletes Scholarship"Deadline: 01/08/21Twenty Foot Locker Scholar Athletes will each receive $20,000 in college scholarship money for their excellence in school, on their sports teams, and in their communities. The scholarship will be awarded in four equal annual payments of $5,000 throughout the winner's four-year college career.In order to be eligible for the Foot Locker Scholar Athletes program, the applicant must:* Be a U.S. citizen or US Permanent Legal Resident* Be a current high school senior entering a four-year, accredited US college or university in the Fall of 2021* Be currently a member (in good standing) of a high school sports team or be involved in after-school sports (e.g. intramurals, martial arts, etc.)* Have maintained an unweighted GPA of 3.0 or higher from ninth grade to first semester of 12th grade"Youth Forward Scholarship"Deadline: 11/30/20"$1000 Easy Scholarship"Deadline: 11/30/20"Innovation in Education Scholarship"Deadline: 11/20/20$500.00 AwardScholarship is open to students currently enrolled in high school or college within the United States with at least a 3.0 GPA. Applicant must be a citizen of, permanent resident, or hold a valid student visa in the United States or Canada. Applicant must have designed an innovative project that makes a difference in the lives of others and submit an essay describing the goal of the particular project and provide supporting documentation.
"November Niche Scholarship"Deadline: 11/20/20Scholarship is open to all high school, college, and graduate students and those planning to enroll within 12 months. Applicant must be a legal residents of the United States and international students with valid visas. Applicant must login or create an account with Niche. The $1,000 November Scholarship is part of our monthly scholarship series. The scholarship can be used to cover tuition, housing, books, or any education-related expenses. The monthly winner will be determined by random drawing and then contacted directly and announced in Niche's e-newsletter and on the Scholarship Winners page. You can apply once each month, with a new winner selected every month.
"Allegra Ford Thomas Scholarship"Deadline: 11/12/20The Allegra Ford Thomas Scholarship is a one-time $2,500 scholarship awarded to a graduating high school senior with a documented learning disability (LD) and/or ADHD who will be enrolled 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.Articulates his or her challenges and recognizes the need for self-advocacyIs committed to post-high school academic study/career training and has begun to set realistic career goalsHas demonstrated perseverance and is committed to achieving personal goalsParticipates in school and community activitiesDemonstrates financial needBe 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 informationProvide 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.
"James Alan Cox Foundation Scholarship"$2,500 for college students and digital camera for high school studentsFive (5) Digital SLR Cameras will be awarded to five (5) high school students. (High school applicants should only submit still photographs).Scholarship is open to college, technical school and graduate school students who are studying photography or photojournalism. Applicant must submit five digital images for still photography submissions or two videos, with a maximum duration of three minutes, for video submissions. High school students wanting to participate should only send in still photography.Scholarships will be announced and awarded in early to mid-December.Focus of work and entries: PHOTOJOURNALISM. (Please see the 2019 or previous years’ scholarship recipients to view examples of winning photographs and videos.) Scholarships will be awarded to those students whose work “tells a story”. This is a fairly broad topic and may include a variety of subject matter and approaches (breaking news, sporting events, etc.) Please keep in mind, for the still photography submissions, that we are NOT looking for “art” photography.Please read Impotant Notes:The scholarship award must be used at the beginning of the next semester Otherwise it will be forfeited and given to an alternate.
"$1,000.00 Easy Scholarship: Fill Out An Easy Pledge To Vote!"Deadline: 10/31/20Pledge to vote by October 31 at 11:59PM EST and you will be entered in a drawing to win a $1,000 scholarship from DoSomething.org. The winner is not based on your voter registration status or if you registered to vote through DoSomething.org. Registering to vote does not count as an entry into the scholarship. In November, we'll randomly pick the scholarship winner and announce it to the participants. Only residents and citizens of the US and Canada who are younger than 26 years old are eligible to win the scholarship. Official Scholarship Rules.*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships.
"Evans Scholars Foundation Scholarship"Deadline: 10/30/20Evans Scholars FoundationIn 1929, famed amateur golfer Charles "Chick" Evans Jr. asked the WGA to administer the fund he had established to send deserving caddies to college. The WGA awarded its first two scholarships in 1930, sending caddies Harold Fink and Jim McGinnis to Northwestern University. Until World War II, all Evans Scholars continued to attend Northwestern, and it was there that the first Scholarship House was established. As the Evans Scholars Foundation grew, WGA Directors realized the impact of Chick's dream on the lives of young men and women with limited access to a college education. When Chick's original investment was exhausted, the WGA Directors perpetuated the Evans Scholars Program by making contributions of their own. Today, the Foundation is funded by contributions from Par Club members across the country as well as proceeds from our championships. The Evans Scholars Program provides academic, professional and social resources that help students maintain a cumulative 3.4 GPA and 95 percent graduation rate. There are a record 1,045 Evans Scholars enrolled in 19 leading universities for the 2020-21 academic year, and 11,323 young men and women have graduated as Evans Scholars since 1930.Charles "Chick" Evans Jr.Chick Evans was born on July 18, 1890, and his family moved to Chicago in 1893. Five years later, he began caddying at Edgewater Golf Club. From that early introduction to the game, Chick grew into the nation's top amateur golfer. He earned his greatest fame in 1916, when he won both the U.S. Open and U.S. Amateur. No other golfer had won both championships in the same year, and only the great Bobby Jones has done it since. As Chick's fame grew, pressure mounted for him to turn professional. But he wasn't interested in playing for money. To preserve his amateur status, he decided any earnings should be placed in an escrow fund. His mother, Lena, helped Chick make a plan to use his funds to finance college educations for needy caddies. From his Edgewater days, Chick knew there were many hardworking young caddies who showed academic promise but whose families could not afford the cost of college. In 1928, he persuaded the WGA to oversee his fund and in 1930, the first two Evans Scholarships were awarded*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships."The $1,000 Supercollege Scholarship"Deadline: 10/31/20The SuperCollege Scholarship is our way to give back to help you make college affordable. It's open to all students -- high school, college, grad or adult -- who are currently in college or plan to start. You can use the scholarship to pay for tuition, books, computers, room and board or any education-related expense. To apply, complete the online application form. All winners will be selected based on completeness of application. Incomplete entries are automatically disqualified."Look Twice Save A Life Scholarship"Deadline:12/01/20How to Apply:Create a form of social awareness that inspires other students to focus on Looking Twice for Motorcycle Safety. This can be a video, artwork, essay or anything that would engage other students to focus on safe driving.Once you have completed Step 1, please proceed to fill out the application in our contact form below.Submit a link to your video, artwork, essay or creative element of your choice in the final step of the application form.Who can apply:Current college student or anyone planning on attending college (or another form of higher education) in the upcoming school year.Student must have a valid driver’s license.
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"The Elks NationalFoundation "Most Valuable Student Scholarship"Deadline:11/15/20The Elks National Foundation will award 500 four-year scholarships to the highest-rated applicants in the 2020 competition. The 2021 Most Valuable Student scholarship contest is open to any high school senior who is a US Citizen. Applicants will be judged on scholarship, leadership, and financial need. The 20 top finalists will participate in an all expenses paid Leadership Weekend in Chicago during which they’ll interview with the national judges. These 20 finalists will be vying for two first-place awards of $50,000; two second-place awards of $40,000; and two third-place awards of $30,000. The remaining 14 finalists will receive awards of $20,000. The 480 runners-up will receive fifth-place scholarships of $4,000.Who can Apply:Current high school seniors, or the equivalent, who are citizens of the United States are eligible to apply.Applicants need not be related to a member of the Elks. Applicants must be citizens of the United States on the date their applications are signed; permanent legal resident status does not qualify. Male and female students compete separately."Pet Lover Scholarship"Are you a pet lover? Do you strive to help your pets live their best lives while also doing what you can to positively impact the world? We want to meet you! Application is simple - we want to see a photo of your pet and hear more about them.
Scholarship Award: $1000 + 1yr Pettable MembershipEligibility:To be eligible for this scholarship, applicants must be enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program at a 4-year, 2-year, vocational, or technical institution in the United States OR a graduating high school senior who has been accepted to a college or university.
Applicants must also be a US citizen or a permanent legal resident.The Music for All Foundation is dedicated to creating, providing, and expanding positively life-changing experiences through music for all. The Foundation, formerly known as The Revelli Foundation and established in honor of Dr. William D. Revelli, has had a longstanding history of awarding scholarships. Dr. Revelli’s legacy continues to live through the many students who benefit from the scholarships. These one-time awards honor students nominated by the directors of bandswho performed at one of the 2019 Bands of America Marching Championships or a 2020 Music for All virtual offering. The awards are made possible through generous gifts from Yamaha Corporation of America ($1,000 Yamaha Scholarship) and the Fred J. Miller Family ($1,000 Fred J. Miller Family Scholarship). The scholarships will be announced and awarded by December 2020.Nominee Criteria:Plan to pursue a degree in music education. • Demonstrate outstanding musicianship, leadership skills, and work ethic. • Plan to enroll in college within one year of graduating high school. • Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent on other scales). • Participated in a 2019 Bands of America Marching Championship or will participate in a 2020 Music for All virtual offering."Fred J.Miller Memorial Music Education Fund Scholarship" Fred J. Miller, Inc. is a leader in pageantry uniform design and manufacturing, outfitting many of the world’s best marching bands. As the Official Uniform Sponsor of Music for All, their support helps make Music for All’s educational programs possible. The Fred J. Miller Memorial Music Education Fund was set up to support future music educators in honor of Fred’s life’s work, talent, and passion for the marching arts. Mr. Miller’s legacy will continue to live on through the many students who will benefit from this scholarship.This annual scholarship will be awarded to a student nominated by his or her Director of Bands. The student must have also performed at one of the 2019 Bands of America Marching Championships or a 2020 Music for All virtual offering. This year’s award of $2,000 is made possible through the generosity of the Fred J. Miller Memorial Music Education Fund and the Miller family.The scholarship will be announced and awarded by December 2020.Nominee Criteria:Plan to pursue a degree in music education. • Demonstrate outstanding musicianship, leadership skills, and work ethic. • Plan to enroll in college within one year of graduating high school. • Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent on other scales). • Participated in a 2019 Bands of America Marching Championship or will participate in a 2020 Music for All virtual offering.
"Dr.Pepper Tuition Giveaway"Giveaway is open to U.S. legal residents who are between the ages of 18 and 24 years of age. Applicant must submit how they will change the world in 350 characters or less. Applicant will also submit a video that elaborates on their academic and professional goals. Individuals can also nominate a student.Dr Pepper is giving $2,000,000 in tuition to help promising studentsreach their most ambitious goals. So how many students get howmany dollars? Time for PEPPERMATH 101.(3) $125,00.00 Tutition prizes(3) $75,00.00 Runners-up prizes$1,000,000.00 Consolation prizes
"NSCA Foundation Scholarship"($2000.00 Scholarship Awards)The purpose of the National Strength and Conditioning Association Foundation (NSCAF) is to support the mission of the National Strength and Conditioning Association by providing funding for educational and research activities that enhance the practical application of strength and conditioning. All general and specific guidelines for each respective scholarship are outlined below and should be closely read by the applicant to ensure all guidelines have been met prior to submission.Who can Apply?Scholarships are open to high school seniors and college students who are or will be pursuing careers in strength and conditioning. The foundation offers multiple scholarships.NSCA Foundation Scholarships are awarded to students for their benefit at an educational institution, to aid in the pursuit of studies. The student must be a candidate for a degree at the educational institution. Under the terms of the NSCA Foundation program, the Scholarship funds must be used for: Tuition and fees to enroll in or to attend an educational institution, or Fees, books, supplies, and equipment that are required for the educational courses.
"Extremeterrain's Student Scholarship"1 scholarship for $2,500 will be awarded twice a year to students who are pursuing a Biology or a related degree in Environmental Studies. One scholarship will be awarded for the fall semester and another for the spring semester each year. ExtremeTerrain is offering two $2,500 scholarships, one for the fall semester and one for the spring Semester to eligible students pursuing a degree in Environmental Studies, Environmental Research, Land Use, Earth and Atmosphere Studies, Sustainable Land Management, Parks and Recreation, or Sustainable Agriculture Systems. Students should submit a 700 – 1500 word essay here that describes who you are, why you feel it is important to maintain access to public lands for recreational use and how you plan to use your degree to advocate for the recreational use of public lands. Essays should be submitted as a PDF or Microsoft Word document to be eligible for consideration and must also be accompanied with proof of current enrollment in an accredited United States college or university. Please submit your essay by 12:00PM EST on October 15th in order to be eligible for the spring semester scholarship and by June 15th to be eligible for the fall semester scholarship. The winner of the spring semester will be selected by November 15thand the fall semester winner will be selected by July 15th. Scholarship payment will be sent directly to the winner’s school as a tuition payment.Goal of the ExtremeTerrain Scholarship program:The goal of the ExtremeTerrain Scholarship program is to raise more awareness for the recreational use of public lands as it is an important issue to us at ExtremeTerrain and our customers. At the same time we support youth who are working towards a career in the environmental/recreational land use planning/land management industry, which in larger supports the movement to maintain recreational access to public lands.. ExtremeTerrain places an emphasis on community awareness and environmental awareness and supports those who hold the same value system.
"Voice of Democracy Scholarship"Established in 1947, our Voice of Democracy audio-essay program provides high school students with the unique opportunity to express themselves in regards to a democratic and patriotic-themed recorded essay. Each year, nearly 64,500 9-12 grade students from across the country enter to win their share of more than $2.1 million in educational scholarships and incentives awarded through the program. The national first place winner receives a $30,000 scholarship paid directly to the recipient’s American university, college or vocational/technical school. A complete list of other national scholarships range from $1,000-$16,000, and the first place winner from each VFW Department (state) wins a minimum scholarship of $1,000. Want to apply?Read the rules and eligibility requirements, and download the 2020-21 entry form application, as all student entries must be submitted to a sponsoring local VFW Post by midnight, Oct. 31."Winning Has Roots Scholarship"A base amount of $6,400 will be awarded to the Winning Has Roots recipient in August 2021. But the real fun comes on October 18, 2020, during the Hollywood Casino 400 at the Kansas Speedway. Every time Clint Bowyer completes a lap in the No. 14 DEKALB car, the scholarship will increase by $14. If all 267 laps are completed, the scholarship will increase to $10,138. If Clint wins the race, the scholarship will increase to $14,000.The Winning Has Roots scholarship will help one qualified student fund their continued education. The scholarship amount will be determined by the number of laps Bowyer completes at the Hollywood Casino 400. A base amount of $6,400 is to be awarded to the Winning Has Roots recipient, with an increase of $14 for every lap Bowyer completes. If all 267 laps are completed, the scholarship will increase to $10,138. If Bowyer wins the race, the scholarship will be increased to $14,000.This is the second annual scholarship program for the DEKALB brand.Open to FFA members who meet the eligibility rules, have a 3.0 GPA and meet the National FFA scholarship requirements — excluding employees, family and household members of Sponsor or its affiliates. One scholarship for the 2021-2022 school year will be awarded to one student chosen by the National FFA Organization.*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships.
"Whopper Scholarship Award(McLamore Family Foundation)Deadline: 12/15/20The McLamore Family Foundation created the James W. McLamore WHOPPER® Scholarship Award,Granting a $50,000 scholarship to three students each year since 2011. The four-year scholarship is intended to help the top students that apply achieve their educational and professional goals, along with serving as a tribute to Jim himself.Have graduated from high school within the last three years or be a full-time student who is a senior at a high school or home school in the United States, Canada or Puerto Rico,Students who have a cumulative unweighted grade point average (GPA) of at least 3.3, minimum ACT Composite score of 25 or a minimum combined SAT score of 1700,Students who demonstrate an active leadership role in community service, athletics, and/or similar co-curricular activity (such as student government, team sports, fraternal life, etc) Scholarship grants range from $1,000 to $50,000 and are intended to help students offset the cost of attending college or post-secondary vocational/technical school. Recipients are selected based on their grade point average (GPA), work experience, extracurricular activities and community service.
"Burger King Scholarship"Deadline: 12/15/20Be passionate about serving the community, andBe a high school senior, BURGER KING® employee, spouse/domestic partner or child of an employee.High school students should be graduating seniors with plans to attend a two- or four-year accredited university, college or vocational-technical school in the U.S., Canada or Puerto Rico. BK® employees can further their education by using the scholarship for non-degree courses such as accounting, computer or language courses.*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships"Beauty Changes Lives Scholasrhip"
Deadline: 10/31/20Welcome to the Beauty Changes Lives Scholarship Application!To begin your application: click the Sign Up button in the top right hand corner to establish an account. (Click “Sign In” if you have already established an account.) Check the email address you provided for a confirmation email. Once you have confirmed your account, you will be presented a general application. After filling out the general application you will be asked to fill out the application for the specific scholarship (opportunity) you wish to apply. Please select your scholarship opportunity from the opportunities page and click on the Apply button in lower right hand corner. The 2nd phase of the application asks specific questions for the scholarship you have selected to apply to and are REQUIRED to answer to be considered for qualification for judging.Please visit the Beauty Changes Lives website Resources link for Frequently Asked Questions on How to Apply.Please keep in mind you will be judged by industry professionals and your application should reflect creativity, innovation, passion and your ability to communicate.Check beautychangeslives.org for updates and more information. Thank you and GOOD LUCK!"Ivey Engineering Scholarship"Deadline:11/01/20$1,000 AwardScholarship Entry RequirementsCarefully research and compose an essay of 800 to 1,000 words on one of the following topics. The essay will be judged on content and creativity and should use correct grammar and punctuation. It must be your own work and not previously published or entered in other competitions.Choose a topic below for your essay:1. Ten ways to analyze and test the integrity of a commercial HVAC design.2. Five tips for designing an energy-efficient building.3. How to investigate the cause and origin of a building structure fire.*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships(Annually/Reoccurring Scholarships)"Aspiring Fashion Professional" Scholarship Program"Deadline:06/01/20Interested students can visit www.fashion-schools.org to find eligibility information along with an online application. This is the fifth year we have offered this scholarship.Scholarships will be awarded to high school seniors who:Intend to pursue a fashion related field at an accredited post-secondary school or college.Have a demonstrable record of academic success.Have a passion and drive for a fashion related career.*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many other scholarships.
"Financial Futures Scholarship"Deadline: 07/31/20CardRates.com is proud to offer the Financial Futures Scholarship to future and current college students majoring in Business, Accounting, Finance, Mathematics, Management, and others preparing for a career in the personal finance industry.Applicants will be judged based on outstanding academic achievement and submission of an essay.The scholarship award amount is $1,000.Requirements:Minimum GPA of 3.5, Majoring in business, accounting, finance, mathematics, management, and others related to the personal finance industry,Must be a U.S. resident, Must send in an official transcript, Must be a current or future college student (e.g., high school senior),Scholarship must go to tuition purposes (will be paid directly to the university/college),Complete an essay for submission (see essay guidelines below)*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many other scholarships."OppU Achievers Scholarship"Deadline: 06/30/20OppU financial literacy program. Four times per year, our team awards a student $2,500 to help alleviate the financial stress of college. We want to get the word out to students at Chiawana Senior High School so they can apply! Our scholarship is open to both current college students and high school students who plan on attending college or trade school in the future. You can take a look at the scholarship page on our website and watch the video featuring one of our recipients, Samara Fitzgerald, explaining what this opportunity means to her.Essay:In 500 words or fewer, please tell us why you’re an achiever. How have you created opportunity for yourself? How have you created opportunity for others? Did you start a small business? Are you the founder of a community program? How did you overcome the odds and make your dreams—or the dreams of others—come true? Please include links to any relevant material that demonstrates your accomplishments.Founded in 2016, the scholarship provides $2,500 for current or future education costs.Scholarship selections are made four times a year. Annually, the OppU Achievers Scholarship awards a total of $10,000 to students who have demonstrated outstanding achievement."WSOS Career and Technical (CTS) Scholarship"Deadline: 06/04/20(CTS $1,500 Scholasrhip Award)Fall 2020 applications are due by July 12, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. The application will open again in November 2020 and February 2021 for students enrolling in winter and spring quarters. WSOS will select 550 CTS recipients for the 2020 - 21 academic year.To be eligible, students must:1. Enroll at an eligible Washington state community or technical college in fall 2020.2. Enroll in an eligible certificate, apprenticeship or associate’s degree program leading to a high-demand trade, health care or STEM occupation.3. Obtain a Washington state high school diploma or GED.4. Have a total family income that does not exceed 125% of the Washington state median family income.*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships"Esther Northrup Memorial Scholarship"
New Deadline: 06/01/20Eligibility Requirements:Min of 2.5 GPA,Permanat resident of the state of washington and senior attending Pasco school district,Request for special eligibility may be submitted to the Scholarship Chairperson fo considerationby the committee on a case to case basic.**All Applications must include:Transcripts, Financial Plan, Activites, Personal References,Essay- Attach an assay addresing: "Why I want to continue my education" (150-300 words typed and double spaced)School Information: include your student ID and the school address for transmittal of the Scholarship check.*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships.AynRand "The Anthem" Scholarship
Deadline: 05/28/20(11th and 12th Graders Only)SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING THREE TOPICS:(1)Aside from very rare exceptions, there is no opposition to the leaders in this society. Why is this? What ideas must the people in this society have accepted to live a life of obedience, drudgery and fear?(2)Prometheus writes: “The secrets of this earth are not for all men to see, but only for those who will seek them.” (Chapter 3) Why does he think that the secrets of this earth are not for all men to see? If he thinks this, why does he decide to show his glass box to the World Council of Scholars? How do these issues relate to the theme of the novel?(3)What does Equality’s society regard as sinful or transgressive, and what does it regard as holy or sacred? How does Equality’s view of what is sinful and sacred come to change by the end of the story? How do you think his ultimate view of what is sacred differs from our own society’s view of the sacred?Essays will be judged on whether the student is able to argue for and justify his or her view—not on whether the Institute agrees with the view the student expresses. Judges will look for writing that is clear, articulate and logically organized. Winning essays must demonstrate an outstanding grasp of the philosophic meaning of Anthem.AynRand "The Fountainhead" Scholarship
Deadline: 05/28/20SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING THREE TOPICS:(1) With which character in The Fountainhead do you most empathize or identify? Explain your answer. What does the author seem to think of the character you’ve chosen? What do you think about the author’s view of the character, especially in relation to the novel’s theme. Explain your answer.(2)When Howard Roark refuses the Manhattan Bank Building contract he says that this is “the most selfish thing you’ve ever seen a man do.” And in his courtroom speech, he argues for selfishness and egoism and against the conventional morality of altruism. Do you think he is correct to praise selfishness and denounce altruism? Why or why not? Explain.(3)Why does Toohey support Keating’s career early on? What is Toohey’s purpose in promoting the careers of people like Keating, Gordon Prescott, Lois Cook, Ike the Genius, and Gus Webb? In what way does his purpose relate to his campaign against Roark? How does this issue relate to the wider themes in the novel?Essays will be judged on whether the student is able to argue for and justify his or her view—not on whether the Institute agrees with the view the student expresses. Judges will look for writing that is clear, articulate and logically organized. Winning essays must demonstrate an outstanding grasp of the philosophic meaning of The Fountainhead.
"Hollywood Lights Theatre Scholarship"
Deadline: 04/4/20How do I Qualify:You must currently be a high school senior. On track to graduate in 2020. Reside and attend high school in either Oregon or Washington. Be currently enrolled in a theatre class or after-school theatre program. Have plans to pursue a theatre-related career and take corresponding theatre classes in college.Essay Prompt: "How will you make a postive impact in your communtiy by pursing a theatrical related career"Your essay must be between 300-500 words. Font must be Times New Roman, size 12, double spaced. Your essay must be submitted at the time that your application is submitted. If an application is received without an essay or vice-versa, your application will not be consideredPlease contact Mr. Brown in Student Services if interested in applying.
"Nora Stone Smith Scholarship"Deadline: 05/01/20The purpose of the Nora Stone Smith Scholarship is to honor and give financial support to deserving high school seniors and students who have graduated in the past year and have participated in an ESL/ELL program at some point in their lives. This scholarship is available for all ESL/ELL students, regardless of their citizenship status.
Nora Stone Smith was an avid reader and self-educated woman. Education was so important to her that she returned to school to get her B.A. in her late 50s and went on to complete her M.A. in Literature. This scholarship was created by her daughter to honor her memory.
(1)This scholarship is only available for students who were previously or are currently enrolled in an English as a Second Language (ESL) or English Language Learners (ELL) program. (2)Must demonstrate financial need. (3)Completed application form. (4) Submit the application, letters of recommendation, transcript(s) and answers to the questions below in a single PDF (preferred) to email@example.com.
The students will be informed of the Selection Committee decision in late July. Incomplete applications or applications postmarked after the deadline will not be considered."Pasco Vocational Building Program (PVBP) Scholarship"Deadline: 05/01/20The 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.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.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."Fix Your Skin Scholarship"Deadline: 05/25/20Three $1,000.00 Scholarship to help toward College Cost)We are looking for students from universities and colleges to make their mark here. High school students or students below the age of 18, you need to get consent from your parents or legal guardians.A strong affinity towards skin and general health is highly desirable for this venture. If you are able to bring your enthusiasm to the fore through attractive content, as well as add more to the quality of another person, then we are looking for you!What you need to Do:Write an essay about 500 – 2000 words in length on:"All Natural Skincare Products-Pros and Cons*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships."The Fountain Essay Contest"Deadline: 05/15/20Student in 1th and 12th Grades (Only)Have you read one of Ayn Rand’s thought-provoking novels? Now’s the time! Enter an Ayn Rand Institute essay contest for your chance to win thousands of dollars in cash prizes. ARI has held worldwide essay contests for students on Ayn Rand’s fiction for thirty years. This year we will award over 500 prizes totaling more than $90,000.*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships.
To stay informed about contest deadlines and other student updates, register"ACS Scholars Scholarship"Deadline: 05/01/20The winner will receive a up to $5,000 scholarship per academic yearACS awards renewable scholarships to underrepresented minority students who want to enter the fields of chemistry or chemistry-related fields. Awards of up to $5,000* are given to qualified students. African American, Hispanic, or American Indian high school seniors or college freshman, sophomores, or juniors pursuing a college degree in the chemical sciences or chemical technology are eligible to apply.*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships."Aging Matters Scholarship"Deadline:05/15/20SeniorCare.com is dedicated to helping seniors and their families in their quest for a better life. Aging impacts everyone and as the aging population explodes over the next 30 years, SeniorCare.com wants to bring more awareness to the key issues we face. We will be awarding an annual college scholarship to an individual that best demonstrates to us why "Aging Matters" to them. We are excited to announce the SeniorCare.com Aging Matters Scholarship. A $1500 scholarship will be given annually to a selected college student that currently cares for an aging loved one, works within the senior community, or intends to pursue a career that will have an impact on the elder population. Any existing student (or incoming freshman), in good academic standing, at a 2 or 4 year accredited college can apply for this scholarship. And the recipient will demonstrate a unique and admirable understanding and desire to show us that "Aging Matters" to them.The SeniorCare.com Aging Matters Scholarship awards $1500 to be applied towards tuition, books, board and other expenses.*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships"B Davis Scholarship"Deadline: 05/22/20This Scholarship is available to all high school juniors and seniors as well as all students currently registered in any post secondary institution.To apply for this scholarship you will need to write an essay of less than 1000 words on the topic below:Describe the three characteristics of leadership you value most. Discuss why you believe that these traits are so important and how you feel that they are developed in an individual.Your submissions must be sent to us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org"Nu Epsilon Lambda (NEL) Chapter Foundation ScholarshipAlpha Phi Alpha Fraternity"
Deadline: 07/15/20Purpose of Scholarship:To provide financial support in the area of higher education for students of AfroAmerican descent in their pursuit of academic success.Basis considered for the Awards: Merit and Financial NeedMerit:– An applicant’s merit will be determined by considering the student’s academic progress as evidenced by grades and academic recognitions. For example, science fair competitions or debate team awards will be considered. Consideration will be awarded on a competitive basis with grade point average (GPA) serving as a substantial indicator of academic achievement. A GPA of at least 3.00 or better is highly recommended. Other factors also being considered will be, community service involvement and extracurricular activities.Financial Need:– Financial need will be factored in by taking into consideration the student’s financial support from parents, friends and relatives. The applicant should also consider work plans while on campus and other possible sources of support.Mailing Address for scholarship submittal:NEL Foundation – Scholarship Application P.O. Box 654 Richland, WA 99352-0654 PleaseContact: Irvine Z. Stone at (509) 539-3156 or email@example.com for any additional clarification or information** In light of the current pandemic environment, we will understand that you may have to work this particular application requirement a little harder now that school districts are partially closed. The school districts of Kennewick, Pasco and Richland are in various states of operation and depending which one you are located I will determine how much effort that will be required of you. If you encounter any unusual problems in obtaining your transcripts, please contact me (Irvine Stone) at 509-539-3156. Note: Do not wait until the last minute to obtain help.
High School Essay Contest – “Your Vote is Our Future”Deadline: 05/15/20Essay Scholarship openOne hundred years ago, the female half of the population was not allowed to vote. It was not until August 18th, 1920, the 19th Amendment to the constitution was ratified. In 2020, the League of Women Voters of Benton and Franklin Counties honor the hard work of the suffragettes of a century ago by focusing on the importance of young voter participation. Contest winners and runner-ups will be honored at the Centennial Banquet this fall. Winning essays will be posted on the League website.Awards will be presented during the Centennial Celebration at the Hanford House on August 8, 2020Essay Rules1. Contest is open to all Kennewick, Pasco and Richland high school students2. The essay must be 500 words or less. Only one essay per student may be submitted.3. Submissions must be submitted via the League of Women Voters of Benton and Franklin Countiesemail: firstname.lastname@example.org by May 15, 2020"Paul Winneman Scholarship"
Deadline: 05/01/202020 Paul R. Wineman Scholarship for incoming freshmen coming to the UW Seattle campus in the Fall. The scholarship awards one $1,000 prize, and four $500 prizes to help pay tuition for passionate and inspired gentlemen from high schools around Washington state. Specifically, we have found that students in high school tend to have the leadership qualities that lead to success in our scholarship.Notes: By applying for this scholarship, you are not committing yourself to membership in Phi Kappa Psi or any other organization. Selection will be merit-based using the criteria below. An ideal applicant to this scholarship is a passionate leader that exemplifies excellence in their community and high school.*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships."Horatio Alger National Career & Technical scholarship program"Deadline: 06/15 /20(1020 scholarships up to $2,500 each)Eligibilty:High School senior who plans on attending non-profit post secounary instiution by fall of 2020. Exhibit a strong commitment to purse and compelete a career or technical program at an accredited non-profit secondary institution in the United States. Demonstrate critical financial need (must beligible to recive the Federal Pell Grant FAFSA completion. Demonstrate perseverance in overcoming adversity. Be involed in community service activities. Be a United State Citizen.*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships."The Huggable Superman Scholarship"Deadline: 06/31/20High School Student Award: $1,000 + free Huggable baby formula for 1 yearCollege Student Award: $2,000 + free Huggable baby formula for 1 yearAt Huggable, we know that being a new mother isn’t a walk in the park. With a million things on your to-do list, it’s hard to find time for yourself. For the single mothers amongst us, it’s that much harder to make everything work as you get your little one off to the best start possible. For the Huggable Supermom Scholarship, we focus on supporting single moms, children of single moms, or people whose lives have been impacted in positive ways by single moms. Put simply, the Huggable Supermom Scholarship is a student scholarship designed to support single mothers and those who support them and benefit from their love.To be eligible for this scholarship, you must meet the requirements below.Please read the requirements carefully to ensure you meet eligibility before applying.Must be a graduating high school senior in your final semester who has been accepted to university or must be currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program at a 4-year, 2-year, vocational, or technical institution in the United States. Must be a US citizen or permanent legal resident. Must be a single mother, child of a single mother, or closely impacted by a single mother.All fields of study and GPAs will be considered.*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships."Kuzyk Law Scholarship (2) $1000"Deadline: 05/31/20We're Giving away a scholasrhip to at least two lucky students for $1000.00 each.Who can apply:Students(U.S.residents or permanaet residents only) in 11th or 12th grade, current students attending colllege or junior college who are still enrolled by the Dec 1st notification date. This scholarship are for students who are interested in Legal studies.Application Essay: Submit a 400-500 word essay on one of the following topic:Describe what you plan on doing after you graduate from college as it relates to practicing law, and why.What are some clever or innovative ways to foster client-business relationships, and why is this important?Describe a time in your life where injury or disability kept you or a family member from getting something you needed.
Please also describe your family and financial situation, and what challenges you have overcome, as consideration may be given to financial need and circumstances
"Custom creatives Digital Marketing Scholarship Program"Deadline: 05/31/20We are giving away two $1000 scholarships to two luck StudentsWho can apply:Students(U.S.residents or permanaet residents only) in 11th or 12th grade, current students attending colllege or junior college who are still enrolled by the Dec 1st notification date. This scholarship are for students who are interested in Digital Marekting Space.Application Essay: Submit a 400-500 word essay on one of the following topic:Describe what you plan on doing after you graduate from college as it relates to digital marketing, and why.What are some clever or innovative ways to foster customer-business relationships online?How can social media help business students?
"The 2020 Margarian Scholarship"
Deadline: 07/01/20We are very excited to announce the 2020 Margarian Scholarship. We are proud of all our brilliant scholarship recipients over the past years, who have shown dedication and commitment not only to their education, but also to their society and community.As in past years, the 2020 Margarian Scholarship is aimed at rewarding a select number of deserving students for their academic and personal achievements. Our application is designed to be broad to give you the opportunity to present all the reasons why you are the most deserving candidate. We are seeking students who have demonstrated commitment to their heritage, community, and society through persistence, dedication, success and humility. Note, that we do not only determine recipients solely on G.P.A. basis or economic hardship. Rather, we seek the most deserving candidate based on a multitude of factors mentioned. The scholarship will be in the form of a check payable to the recipient and may be applied towards past, present, or future tuition expenses. The scholarship prizes will consist of five (5) awards of $1,000 each.Like many of the applicants, we have also come from a humble beginning. Thus, it is with all those experiences in mind that we established the annual scholarship fund to help those who are on the same path. Not necessarily the path to becoming an attorney, but the path to bettering themselves with a clear vision for the future. We welcome your application and are truly excited for the opportunity to reward the most deserving candidates.*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships"2020 Art Fuller Scholarship"Deadline:04/10/20The Art Fuller Scholarship is awarded annually by the Richland Players to a student or students with strong academic interest in theater arts. This year, thanks to generous donations, two scholarships can be awarded in the amount of $1,000.00 each. The money will be paid in the students’ names, directly to their college or university, for use in the 2019/2020 school year.This scholarship is open to all persons who meet the following requirements:(1)High school senior or a college student at the time of this application(2)Resident of Benton or Franklin County(3)Plan a concentration on theater classes or other fields of performance arts in collegePreference will be given to students who intend to major in Theater Performance or in technical fields of study, such as Set Design, Costuming, Lights/Sound, Directing/Producing, Theater Management, etc. These make up our preferred student pool.Students who intend to minor in theater arts, are also eligible. Students who will be pursuing degrees in other areas of the Performing Arts will also be considered. These fields could include, but not be limited to Ballet/Dance, Opera/Vocal performance, Cinematography, and the field of television.Students who have completed two years of college and are continuing on, are also eligible, with a completed application and the inclusion of college transcriptsTyped applications only! A PDF or Word version of the application are available from the Richland Players website https://www.richlandplayers.org/Answers may also be provided on a separate document.*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and other scholarships.
"Year of The Apple Art Contest"Deadline:05/01/20Art Contst throught the Washington Apple Education Foundation and sposored by Dow AgroSciences. Artwork must be of Washington Apples.Open to 2019-2020 high school studnts(9-12 Grades).What do I win?Grand Prizes: $1000.00 CASH!!!! and your artwork will be repreinted on wall sized calendar to be distributed throughout Apple Industry Offices in Washington State!!2nd Place: $500.00 CASH3rd Place: $250.00 CASH* Each Winner's School/Class als wins a gift card for art supplies.HOW TO ENTER TO WIN?The rules are simple: MUST contain WASHINGTON apples! Wormy fruit, ads and slogans will not result in winning artwork. Artwork must be in the original form and no smaller than letter sized (8.5x11) and no larger than tabloid sized (11x17).*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and other scholarships."Washington State Grange Scholarship"Deadline:04/01/20The 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 orlegal 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."BIG SUN Scholarship"Deadline:06/19/20The BigSun Organization is proud to be able to help young athletes succeed in their academic pursuits. In order to do our part we are offering an annual scholarship to a deserving student. All student athletes are eligible regardless of the sport they are engaged in or the capacity in which they participate. The student must be a high school senior or be attending a post secondary institute.Who's Eliglble:All student athletes are eligible regardless of the sport they are engaged in or the capacity in which they participate. The student must be a high school senior or be attending a post secondary institute. Please remember to include your name and the name of the school that you are attending.*Please send us a short essay (500 - 1,000 words) answering the following questions:(1) How did your participation in sports during your high school years influence you?(2) Has your participation influenced your career goals?(3) Has your participation influenced how you relate to your family?All essay submissions should be sent to: "email@example.com"
"Mckinney,Tucker & Lemel LLC 2020 Scholarship Essay & Video Competion"
Deadline: 06/05/20Drunk driving accidents affect thousands of lives in our country every year. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration statistics show that between 2012 and 2016, drunk driving accounted for 29.7 percent of our country's total traffic fatalities. During that five-year span, a total of 51,180 alcohol-impaired driving fatalities occurred on U.S. roads, or 10,236 per year on average.We are sponsoring this years scholarship on the topic of "drunk driving" and what we can do to lower the rates of drunk driving in our communities. We will be offering a first place scholarship of $1,000 and a second place scholarship of $500 to the top two essays or video essays responding to the following prompt:"Have you or someone you know been affected by drunk driving? In what ways has it made or would it make you a safer driver?"Who Can Apply:A high school junior or senior,A student currently enrolled in two-year or four-year college or university,A currently enrolled student in graduate school.NOTE: Applicants who are younger than age 18 must provide parental consent to enter.Submissions for the scholarship are due on Friday, June 5th, 2020. The winners will be announced on July 3rd, 2020.*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and other scholarships."Pamela and Scott Woodward Conservation Scholarship"Deadline:04/30/20The Pamela and Scott Woodward Conservation Scholarshipwas created by Tapteal Greenway in 2016. Tapteal Greenway is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting conservation,education and recreation along the lower Yakima River. This merit based scholarship was created to further its education mission whiler ecognizingthe significant contributions by the Woodwards to Tapteal Greenway and the Tri-Cities community.This $1,000 merit based scholarship will support college students (entering and current) with a demonstrated commitment to natural resources conservation through their coursework and/or community involvement. Applicants must be a resident of Benton or Franklin County and be accepted, or currently enrolled, as a full-time student at an accredited college or university in Washington State.Applicant must have a cumulative 3.0 GPA (on 4.0 scale)Applicant must have a demonstrated interest in conservation.*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and other scholarships.
"Michael Fleming & Assoicactes College Scholarship"Deadline: 06/05/20Our firm is proud to offer once again our College Scholarship for high school seniors and undergraduate students enrolled in 2 to 4-year colleges. One scholarship of $1,000 will be awarded to the author of the winning essay. The winner will be announced by July 3rd, 2020 on our blog and social media.Each applicant will submit an essay of approximately 500 words or 2 minute video essay on the topic:"At what age did you receive your first smartphone? How do you think it impacts your day-to-day activities and how do you think it impacts you while you’re behind the wheel?"Eligibility and Guidelines:Open to all high school seniors and undergraduate students; Must be in word format (.doc or .docx); Email essays to firstname.lastname@example.orgEssays will be judged based on clarity of content, originality and grammar. ONLY the winning applicants will be notified. So please make sure to check our website.
"Nu Epsilson Lambda(NEL) Foundation Scholarship"Deadline:05/01/20Please contact Mr. Brown in Student Services if interested in applying. Forms are available there.Purpose of the Scholarship: To Assist African American Male Students in their pursuit of academic excellenceMerit Award – Awarded to students who have demonstrated outstanding abilities and achievements in pursuit of their academic and/or career goals as evidenced by grades and progress. Scholarships will be awarded on a competitive basis with grade point average (GPA) serving, as the primary indicator of academic achievement, community service involvement and extracurricular activity will considered:2. Applicant must show proof of acceptance of entry into an accredited college or university3. Winners will be determined by weighted point system
1. Financial Need – awarded once per semester/term to an applicant provided that he is a full time student at an accredited college or university and maintains a minimum GPA of 3.00 verified by certified school transcript.
2. Applicant will submit a written letter to the Educational Activities Committee requesting financial assistance. The letter should include his college goals and his plan to achieve his goals both academically and financially.
3. Financial need awards are limited to but not conclusive to books and supplies.
Winners will be determined by weighed point system.
All financial scholarship awards will be made to the order of the recipient and the higher education institution jointly. The award will be coordinated with the institution’s financial aid department and the Educational Activities Committee"Air Control Heating & Electric Scholarship"Scholarship opening soon"We believe that high school speech and debate programs develop essential skills for active and informed citizens to speak their mind and participate effectively in our system of government."This scholarship is judged primarily on achievement in speech and debate, but does not exclude need considerations.The scholarship application must be submitted in full by April 30th each award year. LATE OR INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.Applications for scholarships can be submitted by any graduating high school senior in the states of Washington, Idaho or Oregon.All applicants must be a current member of the Debate Team at their respective high school.A student aid report shown income status of your household must be attached to be considered for need. You must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 or higher.A transcript must be attached with a counselor or school representative signature for applications to be considered.This scholarship is a one-time scholarship of $500.00 per recipient. Winners will also receive a certificate of award, suitable for framing.Although not required, applicants are encouraged to submit recommendation letters and/or resumes to substantiate their application.*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many other scholarships."2020 Link Crew Scholarship"by:(The Boomerang Project)Deadline:04/10/20Every year The Boomerang Project offers ten, $500 scholarships to outstanding senior Link Leaders in the US and Canada. We are looking to honor Link Leaders who have contributed to individuals as well as to the overall campus climate of their school through their experience in Link Crew. The criteria we will use for allocating scholarships will be: individual initiative, successful impact, sustainable change and action above and beyond the call of duty. We look forward to honoring your outstandingLink Leader contributions!Eligibility
This scholarship is open to all graduating senior Link Leaders in the US and Canada who have completed at least one year of service as a Link Leader.Details:(10)Ten, $500 scholarships are available with the amount to be used exclusively for post-secondary education expenses, including tuition, room & board or books at an accredited post-secondary educational institution.*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many other scholarships."Wilshire Law Firm Student Scholar Award"Deadline:05/28/20As part of its goal to make higher education accessible to a deserving student. Wilshire Law Firm has established the Student Scholar Award Scholarship. This is a bi-annual scholarship in the amount of $1,000. offered to encourage and assist a motivated student who has demonstrated academic excellence and a commitment to the community. The goal is to help them accomplish their dream of a higher education.Eligibilty:(1) Be a US citizen or permanent resident, (2) Be a senior in high school or a current college undergraduate with at least 2 semesters left.(3) Have a history of strong academic achievements.(4) Have demonstrated commitment to the communit.Requirments: A completed Wilshire Law Firm Scholarship Application. A 600-word essay describing the college major you’re interested in and why and how you intend to utilize your degree to contribute to the community. An unofficial copy of the student’s college transcripts.*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and other scholarships."Tri-Cities Sport Officials Association Football"Deadline:04/03/20Applications can be picked up from Mr. Brown in Student Services. Don't miss free money for collegeTwo(2) $500 Scholarship for Senior who played FootballSeniors:Graduating seniors who plan on attending a two or four year College, University,Trade or Tech school next year and would be interested in receiving a scholarship assistance from the football officials who have worked their games. For over 35 years our association has been presenting at least $500.00 awards each year for worthy graduating senior to use toward college education.The athlete needs to submit a short application to be consider.
The criteria for the scholarship are straightforward. The student needs to be a senior who played football during his senior year at one of the schools that our association services. It is not necessary that they be one of the star players on the team. Rather, we look to financial need, leadership as evidenced by participation in sports or community service, sportsmanship and well-rounded academic performance. The voting members executive football board will vote based on applications.
Attached is an electronic copy of the application form. Please provide the application to all qualified students who want to apply. The completed applications, along with any letters of recommendation, must be received at the street or e-mail address shown above by April 3, 2020.
*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and other scholarships."Diversity Advancement Architect Scholarship"Deadline: 03/17/20$20,000 ScholarshipThe Diversity Advancement Scholarship was created in 1970 with an initial grant from the Ford Foundation, after civil rights leader Whitney Young Jr. challenged architects in 1968 to create a more responsible and equitable field.Maybe you chose architecture because you want to design a better world. Or you can’t imagine doing anything else. One thing’s for certain: You love this work. And we’d love to help fund your college experience with a multiyear scholarship, up to $20,000. We created the Diversity Advancement Scholarship to help more minority students pursue a successful career in architecture. Multiple scholarships are available.We’re looking for minority students whose imagination and design thinking will influence the future of the built environment and the architecture profession. Eligible students must be a US citizen, have a minimum 3.0 GPA, and be:a high school student planning to enroll in a NAAB-accredited architecture degree program;a rising second-year college student in a NAAB-accredited architecture degree program; or, a technical school or community college student who has completed high school or its equivalent and intends to transfer to a NAAB-accredited architecture program.NAAB-accredited degree programs may be a five-year Bachelor of Architecture degree, or a four-year pre-professional bachelor degree followed by a Master of Architecture degree. Scholarships may be renewed for up to 5 years (up to a $20,000 total award—multiple scholarships are available)."Math Academy for Juniors looking to Attend UW"Deadline:03/7/20(Open Feb 3, 2020)High-achieving high school juniors from Washington State live on the Seattle UW campus for a four-week, intensive, summer session. Students engage in coursework created by UW math faculty and designed to develop the skills necessary to meet the high standards of college-level math and engineering. Students also have enrichment opportunities to explore the range of career opportunities available to engineers through lab tours, research projects, site visits and networking events. The College of Engineering Math Academy helps students develop the math and problem-solving skills necessary to succeed in engineering and exposes students to a variety of examples of engineering in practice. Open to all students from Washington state, the Math Academy especially targets underrepresented minorities in engineering including African American, Latino, Native American, Pacific Islander and female students.In order to apply for the Odenza Marketing Group Volunteer Award you must write one essay. The essay must contain two essential elements.
Odenza Marketing Group Volunteer Award
Deadline: December 30th, 2017
Award Value: $500
The main goal of the Odenza Marketing Group Volunteer Award is to encourage students to make a positive contribution to their individual communities, while providing scholarship awards to those who have done so over the previous 12 months.The main goal of the Odenza Marketing Group Volunteer Award is to encourage students to make a positive contribution to their individual communities, while providing scholarship awards to those who have done so over the previous 12 monthsThe main goal of the Odenza Marketing Group Volunteer Award is to encourage students to make a positive contribution to their individual communities, while providing scholarship awards to those who have done so over the previous 12 monthsIn order to apply for the Odenza Marketing Group Volunteer Award you must write one essay. The essay must contain two essential elements.
Odenza Marketing Group Volunteer Award
Deadline: December 30th, 2017
Award Value: $500
The main goal of the Odenza Marketing Group Volunteer Award is to encourage students to make a positive contribution to their individual communities, while providing scholarship awards to those who have done so over the previous 12 months.The main goal of the Odenza Marketing Group Volunteer Award is to encourage students to make a positive contribution to their individual communities, while providing scholarship awards to those who have done so over the previous 12 monthsThe main goal of the Odenza Marketing Group Volunteer Award is to encourage students to make a positive contribution to their individual communities, while providing scholarship awards to those who have done so over the previous 12 mont"Franklin County Cattlemen's Assocation Scholarship"Deadline: 04/01/20One $3,000.00 scholarshipApplications 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 and planning a career that will directly benefit the Ag Industry. 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, and Ag public relations.
Please contact Mr. Brown in Student Services if interested in applying. Forms are available there.
"10th Annual Lyle Holt Scholarship"Deadline:01/03/20
awarding a minimum of three $1,000 scholarships. This event has become one of the highlights of the Expo.
Last year we were able to award five scholarships totaling $3,000 to the top finalists of the 8th Annual Lyle Holt
Scholarship Competition.The Competion Those participating in the competition are asked to prepare and deliver an 8 - 10 minute presentation to apanel of esteemed judges representing the local Ag industry as well as trade show participants. The focus of your presentation should be “Issues Affecting Agriculture in the Pacific Northwest”, and topics may include, but are not limited to, political issues, environmental issues, organic versus conventional farming practices, or any other topic that pertains to agriculture in the Pacific Northwest. Entry is open to all high school students in the Eastern Washington and Eastern Oregon region. If interested, please contact Alli Talmage as soon as possible to secure your entry. Topics and an outline of the presentations will need to be submitted to Alli no later than January 3rd, 2020 at 5 p.m.
SCHOLARSHIP REQUIREMENTS:(1) Currently a High School Junior or Senior(2) Interest in pursuing a vocation in agriculture(3) Intent to major in a field of agriculture (Ag Business, Ag Engineering, Agronomy, etc.) funds will be dispersed upon fulfillment of one of the following requirements: Major declared upon acceptance/entrance to an accredited university;
Submit a graduation plan stating intent to major in an agricultural field – must be signed by an
academic advisor from the university in which the recipient is enrolled.Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships.
"College Success Foundation Scholarship"Deadline: 01/31/20Governor's Scholarship Up to $20,000Washington State Governors’ Scholarship for Foster Youth is a scholarship program that helps young men and women who are currently in an open dependency court order in Washington State, or an open dependency tribal court order, continue their education and earn a college degree. Eligible students must meet specific criteria. The program is supported by Governor Jay Inslee, The Honorable Chris Gregoire (former Governor), The Honorable Gary Locke (former Governor), and other former governors of Washington State. Click here for eligible colleges. Selected students can access the annual scholarship for up to five years to complete their undergraduate study. Students must be enrolled full time and maintain satisfactory academic progress in order to renew the scholarship each year."The Let Grow Think for Yourself Scholarship"Deadline:02/29/20At Let Grow, a non-partisan non-profit dedicated to restoring resilience, we want students to think about what it means to be "protected" from speech, ideas, discomfort and disagreement.
We are awarding one $5,000 scholarship and three (3) runner up $1,000 scholarships, payable to the college of your choice. Good luck!ELIGIBILITY: Applicants must be between thirteen (13) years of age or older at the time of application, be legal residents of the fifty (50) United States or the District of Columbia, be currently in middle or high school, and must enroll no later than the fall of 2024 in an accredited post-secondary institution of higher education.OWNERSHIP AND USE: The ownership of any submission remains the property of the writer, but a completed application constitutes the entrant's permission and consent, without compensation, with or without attribution, for Let Grow to use, reproduce, transmit, post, distribute, adapt, edit, and/or display the submission, should it choose to do so.PLAGIARISM: All essays must be the original work of the student whose name is listed on the submission form. Plagiarism will result in immediate disqualification.JUDGES: Let Grow will evaluate essay submissions in a fair and unbiased judging system, where judges will all use the same criteria. Judges will be selected by Let Grow based on their backgrounds and expertise in education, writing, and the subject matter. Decisions of the judges are final.ENTRIES: One entry per person WINNERS: Winners will be announced by August 1, 2020.
"STEM Signing Day"Deadline:03/06/20Applications are now LIVE for the annual Washington State STEM Signing Day presented by The Boeing Company and Washington STEM. Applications are due by March 6 and accepted on a rolling basis, with one applicant selected per legislative district.Just like signing days for athletes, the annual Washington State STEM Signing Day will celebrate high school seniors from across the state as
they make their commitments to continuing education programs focusing on Science, Technology, Engineering, and/or Math. Students will sign
letters of intent for their chosen STEM fields. Check out the fun from last year!Who should apply?All Washington high school seniors who are planning to continue their
education in STEM after high school - which includes two- or four- year
colleges, a technical degree or certificate, or an apprenticeship
program - are eligible.Travel Assistance: For those on the west side of the mountains, travel support will be available for the students and chaperones. For those on the east side of the mountains, travel support plus one night in a hotel will be available for students and chaperones.
"Dental Scholarships"Deadline:07/01/20At Emergency Dentists USA, they understand the value of a strong education. That is why in 2016, for the first time, they’re going to be offering an annual $1,000 dental themed scholarship and 2nd place of $500 to students of all majors, college or high school. To apply for this scholarship, you simply need to create a video and upload it to the internet and send a link to email@example.com, or if the file size is small enough you can email us the video directly. For a full list of rules, please visit http://www.emergencydentistsusa.com/dental-scholarship/. The application deadline is July 1, annually."Drive2Life Scholarships"Deadline:02/04/20Contest Topic: Help Promote Seat Belt SafetyTO ENTER: Students in grades 6–12 must create a storyboard or written script on 8.5 x 11-inch paper for a 30-second public service announcement (PSA) about the importance of all passengers wearing a seat belt. Only individual entries will be accepted.( NO GROUP ENTRIES). No videos or discs. Teachers may mail entries in one envelope for the class or upload entries at scholastic.com/drive2life."American Welding Society Scholarships"Deadline:03/31/20Scholarships in Weldingf you are currently enrolled, or will soon enroll, in a welding program or a related field, then consider applying for our scholarships. Scholarships are available for students attending trade schools, community colleges, and four-year universities. An AWS Foundation scholarship can be the extra push that helps you fulfill your goals! AWS Foundation Scholarships are for tuition, fees, books, supplies, or equipment required for the course of instruction. Scholarship awards will be sent directly to the academic or training institution"Alfred G. and Elma M. Milotte Scholarship Trust Fund"Deadline:03/31/20Bank of America is Trustee for the Alfred G. and Elma M. Milotte Scholarship Trust Fund. It has been established for the purpose of awarding tuition scholarship awards to students who are interested in pursuing a course of study in natural history and the arts with particular interest in portraying the wilderness area in a manner to benefit the citizens of our country currently and in the future. The applicant should portray thorough photography, evidence in their interest in natural history, environmental studies, or animal behavior. Other forms of artistic expression, such as drawings or written work, which illustrates this evidence, will also be considered. More information can be found on the website at www.milotte.org. Applications can be printed directly from this website. Deadline for the application is March 31, annually."PNACAC Student Scholarship"Deadline:03/01/20The Pacific Northwest Association for College Admission Counseling (PNACAC) will be awarding ten (10), one-time, $1,000 scholarships to students planning to attend a regionally accredited college or university in Fall 2020. PNACAC represents college admissions professionals in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington. A regional affiliate of the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC), PNACAC is an education association of secondary school counselors, college and university admission officers and counselors and related individuals who work with students as they make the transition from high school to postsecondary education.SCHOLARSHIP ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA:1.Currently enrolled student who is in their senior year of high school in the states of Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon or Washington and plans to attend a regionally accredited college or university in Fall 2020 - OR - Currently enrolled student who attends a two-year college in the states of Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon or Washington and plans to attend a regionally accredited college or university in Fall 2020.2. Currently have a 3.00 cumulative, unweighted GPA or higher.3. Submitted the video essay application by March 1, 2020 at midnight Pacific Time.HOW TO APPLY:1. Record a video (no more than one minute in length) responding to one of the following prompts: “What would you like to be doing in 10 years, and how does college help you get there?” -OR- “How has your college/career counselor, school counselor or advisor helped you (and/or others) in finding the right college fit and what would you like to say to them?”2. Upload your video to YouTube or Vimeo.3. Fill out this application form and provide the link to your video in the field provided.*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships
"Professional/Technical Scholarship"Deadline:01/15/201st Place: $2,000
2nd Place: $1,500
3rd Place: $1,000 (x7)Each year, Soroptimist International distributes more than $2 million in educational grants to about 1,500 women all over the world. In 2020, Soroptimist International of Pasco-Kennewick will award $26,000 in scholarships to local women who have overcome obstacles and continue to improve their lives and community. This award is for women enrolled in a program leading to a certificate, license, or technical degree at an accredited institution.Eligibility Requirements Include:Woman seeking a technical degree, license, or certificate offered by an accredited institution.Transcript showing evidence of academic progressLives within 75 miles of Tri-Cities, WAFunds paid directly to the institutionDownload the application form by clicking the button below. Save the PDF to your device and follow the instructions on the form to complete your application, then submit by following the instructions on the form."2020 Student-View Scholarship"Deadline:04/22/20The Student-View Scholarship is a unique opportunity for high school seniors. It is open to all students regardless of academic achievement or financial need.One (1) individual prize of a $4,000 scholarshipTwo (2) individual prize of a $1,000 scholarshipTen (10) individual prizes, consisting of $500 scholarships eachSimply complete a 15-25 minute online survey about local colleges. You will then be automatically entered into a random drawing for a scholarship award."(CQC)The Center for Quality Communities Scholarship"Deadline:03/09/20http://cfqc.org/scholarships/AWC Center for Quality Communities promotes municipal leadership development and civic engagement. The Center’s goal is to help citizens understand the important role their cities and towns play in Washington. The Center is a 501(c)(3) organization. Pasco students who serve in a leadership role in one of the following ways are encouraged to submit as well: Student School Board Representative, Superintendent’s Student Advisory Council, and school Leadership members such as serving on Associated Student Body government (ASB). The AWC Center believes in educating student leaders who care about their communities. The Center for Quality Communities Scholarship supports senior high school students who are actively engaged with their community and/or city government and want to pursue post-secondary education. The scholarship fund is supported by people who are passionate about cultivating Washington’s future local leaders. We believe in helping to ensure the success of student leaders who care about their communities. The Center for Quality Communities Scholarship supports senior high school students who are actively engaged with their community and/or city government and want to pursue post-secondary education. The scholarship fund is supported by people who are passionate about cultivating Washington’s future local leaders.Scholarships:Six (6)$1,000 scholarships will be awarded to high school students who plan to pursue a post-secondary degree in fall 2020. Scholarship funds will be sent directly to the institution. Funds can be used for education expenses and will be deposited directly into a student account.Student Eligibilty & instructions,Students interested in competing for the Center for Quality Communities scholarship fund must be:(1) Complete Quality Communities scholarship application(2) Complete the personal essay.(3) Submit one letter of recommendation from a non-relative (administrator, counselor, or civic/high school leadership teacher).(4) Submit Scholarship Application, Essay and recommendation to your counselor by 03/02/20 or Mr. Brown in student services for consideration*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships"2020 Rosen & Ohr Law Scholarship Program"Deadline: 07/20/20Pursuing a college education is a costly endeavor for most students, especially those who are coping with the financial fallout from a serious accident. At Rosen & Ohr, we believe that an accident should never get in the way of one’s education, and because of this, we are continuing the Rosen & Ohr Scholarship Program this year.Write an essay explaining in detail how a serious accident involving you, a family member, or a close friend has impacted your life. This could have been a car crash, a slip-and-fall accident, a work-related injury, or any other serious accident. Your essay should be between 750 and 1,000 words. In your essay, you must include the name of the college you are applying to or are enrolled in and how you plan to finance your education (loans, grants, scholarships, work, etc.)Rosen & Ohr is pleased to offer a $1,000 scholarship opportunity to the top applicant.The winner will be presented with a check from Rosen & Ohr that must be used to pay for tuition, books, or other education-related expenses. Scholarship recipient is responsible for any and all applicable taxes on their winnings.*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships
"Montana Tech "CodeMontana Scholarship"Deadline: 03/01/19(Interested & Applied to Montana Tech Students Only)Scholarship Open NowCreate challenging and cutting edge computing career possibilities by earning a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science or Software Engineering. Montana Tech professors are experienced in the industry and have broad academic interests. Low student-faculty ratio allows close interaction with these professors on real-world projects. Enjoy easy access to lab computers and state of the art equipment and development platforms (Sun Fire Server, NAO H25 humanoid robot programming, Android app development, iPad app development, and much more). Students graduate with practical experience designing, building, testing and maintaining software systems. Graduates are in high demand. The department has maintained 100% placement in well paying positions for over 10 years. Check out the rest of our website to learn more about these ABET accredited programs.A new $4000 CodeMontana Scholarship was made available in 2014. A total of 40 scholarships will be awarded over the next several years to first time college students majoring in Computer Science or Software Engineering.(20) $4000 scholarships to study computer science and/or software engineering at Montana Tech will be awarded to students completing the first seven modules in the CodeHS online curriculum. Montana high school students can access the curriculum for free by joining the CodeMontana Program. High school students outside of Montana are eligible for the scholarship, but need to join CodeHS as an individual (use course code 2766C) if their high school is not using the CodeHS curriculum. If a student is taking an Advanced Placement(AP) Computer Science course in their high school and scores a 4 or 5 on the AP Computer Science exam, we will accept that as a substitute for completing the CodeMontana curriculum.*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships"The Association of Computer Porfessionals in Education(ACPE) Scholarship"Deadline:02/28/20The Association of Computer Professionals in Education (ACPE) has allocated up to $10,000 for scholarships of up to $2,000 each for students in Oregon and Washington. This year, in addition, a special scholarship will also be awarded in memory of Jason Cooke, ACPE member who believed in using technology for social good.These scholarships are available to graduating high school seniors who have been actively involved in the innovative use of technology during their high school careers and are planning to pursue studies in a technology-related field.A completed online application must be submitted to ACPE no later than 5 pm, February 28, 2020. Successful applicants will be notified via email by April 15, 2020. The amount of the award will be paid to the college/school of the awardee's choice.*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships.
"The American College Foundation Scholarship"Deadline:05/01/20Awards range from $1,000 to $5,000 each; with multiple winners to be selected. Each award is a non-renewable, one-time award and is to be used exclusively to offset costs and fees related directly to the student's first year of higher post-secondary education at an accredited institution of the student's choosing within the United States. In the event an underclassman is an award recipient, the monies will be held by the American College Foundation until the student completes high school and begins their higher education; at which time the awarded amount will be distributed. The American College Foundation 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.Application Instructions:All applications for the American College Foundation's Visionary Scholarship Program will consist of(1) A completed American College Foundation Visionary Scholarship Application(2) A copy of the student's most recent unofficial high school transcript(3) A 500-word, typed, double-spaced essay on "Why College is Important to Me"All components of the application must be received completely at the time of submission for a student to be eligible for an award. Partial and/or incomplete applications will NOT be accepted and the applicant will NOT be notified. Applications are judged on the ability to follow guidelines (25%), grammar and punctuation (25%), and the merit of the written essay (50%).Email: Admin@AmericanCollegeFoundation.org
Fax: 617.395.6743*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships."AWA FOUNDATION EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP"Deadline: 01/10/20Scholarships are awarded to female, North American citizens, with a passion for a career or advancement in the automotive and its related industries. While AWAF members and family members are encouraged to apply for scholarships, we encourage applicants who are not affiliated with the organization to apply as well. To be eligible for a scholarship, applicants should be already accepted to or enrolled in an accredited collegiate program, with a 3.0 or higher GPA and a citizen within North America."AGC Education Foundation Workforce Development Scholarship"Deadline: 03/01/20(Awards of $1000.00 per year/ renewable with good academic standing of min2.5 GPA)The AGC Education Foundation Workforce Development programs are designed to introduce elementary through post-secondary students and educators to exciting construction career opportunities through hands-on learning experiences in the classroom and at community outreach events.Through the generosity of individual and corporate donors, scholarships ranging from $1,125 to $10,000 are awarded annually. All 2019-2020 scholarship applications are due March 1, 2020 – no exceptions.*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships.
"Cancer Pathways Unwrapped Teen Writing Contest"Deadline:03/03/20The goal of the Cancer Unwrapped Teen Writing Contest is to open a dialogue with teens about the emotions they have felt when dealing with cancer. We invite teens in the Washington State grades 9-12 to share their stories about cancer in personal essays of 500-2,00 words. Their stories can be about their own experience of a personal diagnosis or about their experience with a diagnosis of a loved one, schoolmate or friend. Since the contest began in 2006, we have received more than 4,000 submissions and handed out over $150,000 in prize money.($1500.00 Cash Prize)*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships."McGregor Real Money Scholarship"Deadline:03/22/20We believe in encouraging young people to become future agricultural leaders—on the farm, in field research, in agricultural education and communication, and in the farm service world. Talented, dedicated young people are vital to the future success of the finest enterprise we know—agriculture.” The McGregor Company scholarship program is designed to provide graduating high school students with a chance to pursue their ag-related educational goals as they begin college. We offer this opportunity to students who reside within a reasonable distance of the customers we serve from McGregor branches in Washington, Idaho, and Oregon. Scholarships will be awarded in incremental amounts from $250 to $1,000 per student.Eligibility:You must be a graduating high school senior in 2019 (public, private, or home-school)planning to enroll at a college, university, or technical school within the United States as a full-time studentreside within a reasonable distance of the customers we serve from McGregor branches in Washington, Idaho, and Oregon.will be declaring a major or enrolling in a program that is an agriculture-related field of study*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and other scholarships."Richard & Elizabeth Dean Scholarship"Deadline: 02/15/20The Richard and Elizabeth Dean Scholarship awards two scholarships in the preferred amount of $5,000 each year for up to four consecutive years to graduating high school students. The selection process shall be based on academic merit with an initial minimum GPA of 4.0.Renewal is conditional upon maintenance of a GPA of 3.25.This scholarship is renewable only after review and approval of the annual official transcript. Renewal transcript must be submitted to the Office of the Reporter General by July 1 of the year of renewal or the scholarship is forfeited.
Email completed scholarship application form to: REDeanScholarship@NSDAR.org(DAR) Daughter of the American RevolutionScholasrhip OpportunitesDeadline: 02/15/20
Welcome to the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Scholarship Opportunities Homepage. All applicants must be citizens of the United States and must attend or plan to attend an accredited college or university in the United States. DAR chapter sponsorship is not required; however, a DAR member may be used as a reference or may assist you with your application.
You will be presented with the general application after logging in. The application process is open from August 1st until February 15th at 12 midnight (Eastern Standard Time) of each calendar year. Please note: You can save your application by clicking “Save and keep Editing” at the bottom of the application page. Once you have completed your application you can click “Finish and Continue” at the bottom of the page.
Below is a list of scholarship opportunities offered from the DAR at this time. Each scholarship opportunity has its own individual criteria and guidelines along with a required cumulative GPA. The scholarships range from General (No specific major), Nursing, English, Science, Math, Law, Music, History, Horticulture, American Indians (You must be able to prove Indian heritage), and Business Administration.
"(DAR) Daughter of the American Revolution"All applicants must be citizens of the United States and must attend or plan to attend an accredited college or university in the United States. DAR chapter sponsorship is not required; however, a chapter or state chairman may work with the applicant to put the information together to send to the DAR Scholarship Committee. Only applications completed correctly and submitted in one email will be considered. No records are returned. Do not submit a personal photo. If your records feature a photo, it must be fully covered. Only winners are notified by the National DAR Scholarship Chairman following the approval of a ruling by the Executive Committee of NSDAR. Awards are placed on deposit with the college or university; any unused portion shall be returned to the National Society. Awards are based on academic merit, commitment to the field of study and financial need. No affiliation with DAR is necessary unless specified. All applications must be received on or before the deadline indicated for each specific scholarship.Nellie Love Butcher Music ScholarshipsNellie Love Butcher Music ScholarshipThe Nellie Love Butcher Music Scholarship as a one-time preferred amount of up to $5,000 which shall be given annually to a male or female music student who is pursuing an education in piano or voice. Special consideration shall be given to students currently attending the Duke Ellington School of the Performing Arts, Washington, DC. Performance material (mp3 file) must be submitted with the application. Click here for mp3 file submission instructions. This substantial scholarship is for one year, and is not automatically renewable; however, recipients may reapply for consideration each year, for four years based on maintaining a 3.0 grade point average.
Email completed scholarship application form to: NLButcherMusicScholarship@NSDAR.org"(DAR) American Indian Scholarships"(GPA 3.25 and High Only)his scholarship is awarded to help Native Americans students of any age, any tribe and in any state striving to get an education at the undergraduate or graduate levels. However, undergraduate students are given preference. All awards are judged based on financial need and academic achievement. Applicants must be Native Americans (proof of American Indian blood is required by letter or proof papers) in financial need and have a grade point average of 3.25 or higher. There will be no exceptions.This is a one-time $4,000 award."Arthur Lockwood Beneventi Law Scholarships"The Arthur Lockwood Beneventi Law Scholarship is a one-time preferred amount $2,000 scholarship awarded to a student who is either enrolled in or attends an accredited law school and has a minimum GPA of 3.25. The scholarship is not automatically renewable; however, recipients may reapply for consideration each year.
Email completed scholarship application form to: ALBeneventiLawScholarship@NSDAR.org"The Dream Scholarship 2020-2021"Deadline: 02/27/20TheDream.US has adopted new immigration eligibility criteria! You are now eligible to apply if you came to the country before November 1, 2014.We think of our National Scholarship as the “Pell Grant” for highly motivated DREAMers with significant, unmet financial need. While we consider your GPA and test scores, we place great emphasis on your demonstrated commitment to community service and your ability to overcome the barriers and challenges that DREAMers face each and every day.
The National Scholarship Award will cover your tuition and fees up to a maximum of $14,500 for an associate degree and $29,000 for a bachelor’s degree, at one of our Partner Colleges. Please note, some Scholars may be eligible for an additional stipend of up to $4,000 (or $1,000 per year) for books, supplies, and transportation.
The award is renewable each year – you simply have to meet the continuing eligibility criteria.We have over 70 Partner Colleges in 16 states and Washington, D.C. that are committed to serving DREAMers and prepared to offer you the support services you need to help you successfully navigate your college life. Each of our Partner Colleges designates a Scholar Advisor to work with you and your fellow Scholars – individually and as a group. You will not be alone!If you have questions please see Mr. Brown in student services for more details"Gene Forrester Memorial Scholarship"Deadline: 03/01/20WSSRA invites high school seniors who plan to major in Agricultural Education at Washington State University to apply for the Gene Forrester Memorial Scholarship."National Co-Op Scholarship Program"WACE Scholarship Partner Institutions see link below:
Eighteenth Annual National Co-op Scholarship Program.
As the largest independently sponsored merit co-op scholarship program
in the United States, WACE will award up to 160 merit co-op scholarships for a total value of $4,200,000.
These merit co-op scholarships will be awarded to high school seniors
and transfer students who plan to participate in
college cooperative education at one of our Partner Institutions
listed on the Scholarship Partners tab.QUALIFICATIONS:Have a cumulative high school GPA of 3.5 or better on a 4.0 scaleApply for admission for the 2020-2021 academic year at institution(s) you select on the scholarship applicationMeet other merit scholarship criteria as established by the institution(s) selected on the application
Please complete the National Co-op Scholarship Program
Online Application including the essay (No more than 200-words)
describing why you have chosen to pursue a
college cooperative education program.
For General Questions, please contact: Michelle Hansford at firstname.lastname@example.org"Dia De Los Muertos Scholarship"Deadline: 05/24/19“Pedro Mendez Award” of $5000“Gabriel Adame Award” of $2000*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships"Pointe Pest Control Scholarship"Deadline: 04/29/18For 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. After you have finished your good deed, pass along this scholarship to as many friends as you can. For every submission we get that says you referred/told them about this scholarship, you get bonus points. (Feel free to post the scholarship on your Facebook page to spread the word.) Once your good deed is finished and you have told all of your friends about this scholarship, play the Pointe Pest Control game and take a screenshot of your highest score. Bonus points are added to your application for playing the game.The scholarship must be submitted, in full, by April 29, 2019. LATE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.Applications for the scholarship can be submitted by any high school senior or college freshman from the state of Washington.This scholarship is a one-time scholarship worth $750. It will be awarded May 30, 2019.All applicants must be submitted electronically using this form.
" Pasco Vocational Building Program Scholarship"Deadline: 04/26/19Seniors: 1st year in Construction Trade, 2nd Year in Floriculture.Seniors pursing a college degree in the field of study: Accounting, Construction Trade, Floriculture Interior Design, Metals Tech*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships."Excellence in AG Scholarship"Deadline:04/12/19Awards from $500-$5,000 per yearThe Excellence in Ag Scholasrhip program is intended to attract top-notch college students who are commited to leand their talents,education and initiative to improve, maintain, and bolster the agriculture (specifically potato) industry. Candidates should have a passion and willingness to work aand attatin career that benefits the WA/OR potato industry and promotes pride in the agriculte industry.*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships."Miss Tri-Cities Scholarship Program"Deadline:The Miss Tri-Cities Scholarship Program is the one of the strongest community-based scholarship competitions in Washington State, offering over $35,000 in scholarships each year. We are an official preliminary to the Miss Washington and Miss America pageants. In 2019, we are celebrating our 59th year with the Miss America Organization. The goal of the Miss Tri-Cities Scholarship Program is to inspire accomplishments and motivate personal achievement in young women to reach their educational goals and dreams. Opportunities are provided for young women to expand their quest for knowledge and acquire skills to better equip them for future success. Most importantly, participants will have many occasions to develop their leadership skills, resulting in a greater sense of awareness of their potential. If selected as 2019-20, Miss Tri-Cities you will enjoy an exciting and busy year of appearances and engagements. You will meet and interact with city and state officials, community leaders, and caring and giving volunteers who serve the Tri-Cities community. Most importantly, you will be an ambassador for the Miss America Organization and a role model for young people in our community.*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships."Jan Egerton & Don Smitley Mesothelioma Scholarship"Deadline:07/20/19This scholarship is a great one for students interested in a medical career or students who have been impacted by cancer in some way. There will be 4 prizes, ranging from $2500 for first place to $500 for fourth place.How to apply:write an essay in response to one of the following prompts:(1) Share your personal story dealing with asbestos disease or cancer. Talk about how it affected your life and how/whether it impacted your education/career choice.(2) What do you hope to do with the education you are receiving to help cancer patients?*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and other scholarships."2019 Merle Kirkley Merit Scholarship"Deadline:04/19/19The $3,000.00 Merle Kirkley Merit Scholarship Award is a competitive merit-based scholarship programdesigned to provide financial support for Washington State high school students planning to obtain a post-secondary education. Applicants must demonstrate that their intent is to major or obtain a certificate in a field relat ing to educational facility planning and design. Fields related to educational facility design include (but are not limited to):school planning, architecture, engineering, product services and constructionmanagement."2019 Brady Cobin Contest Scholarship"
Deadline: 03/29/19Awards (3)scholarship amounts(1st) $2,500, (2nd) $1,500, (3rd) $500The scholarship is open now and will be closing on May 1st, 2019. There are three prizes available totaling $4,500. Students who apply must submit an essay of approximately 500 words, the topics can be found here; https://ncestateplanning.com/scholarship. High school and college/university students across the United States are eligible.Those younger than 17 will need parental consent to apply."Sea Mar Family Scholarship Program"Scholarships Opens Jan 1st Mark Your CalendarDeadline:04/30/19
Sea Mar is proud to offer post-secondary scholarship to the children of its employees. Sea Mar recognizes their parent(s) or legal guardian(s) are the backbone of the services Sea Mar provides to the community, sometimes even using family time to support Sea Mar's efforts.
Scholarship recipients receive a one-time award of $1,000 to be used towards their undergraduate or graduate degrees.
Who can apply:* A person who has a parent or legal guardian who is a current part-time or full-time Sea Mar employee* Whose parent or legal guardian has been employed at Sea Mar a minimum of one year by the scholarship deadline, and* Will be enrolling as a full-time student in a higher education institute the upcoming academic year.*At the moment the online application does not allow for applicants to save their work and return at a later time. We encourage applicants to review the essay questions and in a separate document, type your response. Once finalized, copy and paste response into the online application."Albert Lee Wright JrMemorial Migrant Scholarship!!"Deadline: 03/01/19Summary of this Scholarship
To honor a migrant farmworker student who has overcome barriers presented by mobility, who has performed well academically, and who has provided service to his or her community. NASDME intends this scholarship (for at least $3000) to go to a mobile student or students who have attended more than one school in a year and/or who have traveled on their own or with a parent or guardian in pursuit of qualifying agricultural, agriculture related, timber or fishing work in the summer or regular school term. Students who have not moved will not be considered for this scholarship. Scholarships will be given only to graduating high school students entering college for the first time. Students who demonstrate a strong interest in Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics areespecially encouraged to applyNo incomplete or late applications will be considered. Applicants must use THIS year’s form. Please do not use forms from past years*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships."The Famliy Health and Wellness Foundation Scholarship(formerly Trio Foundation Scholarship)"Deadline: 02/28/19The Family Health and Wellness Foundation is pleased to announce that it will be making three scholarships available between $3,000 to $5,000 to recipients pursuing an education in the healthcare field for the 2019-20 academic year. The key considerations for this scholarship are: academic accomplishment, financial need, involvement in the community, and desire to work in the healthcare field.Empower our Communities through Health and Wellness.The Foundation supports health initiatives for families, communities, education, and scholarships through cultivating and maintaining lifelong relationships.
"Klindworth Farms Scholarship"
Deadline: 04/23/18Two scholarships will be awarded to graduating Washington FFA seniors in 2018.
* One (1) trade school/community college certification scholarship-$2000
* One (1) four-year college degree scholarship-$2000.
Applications can be picked up from Mr. Brown in Student Services. Don't miss free money for college
The Klindworth family own and operate a fourth generation dryland wheat farm in eastern Washington. Since the beginning of this family run business, all family members that plan on returning to the farm have been required to obtain a college degree. Due to the hard work and success of the Klindworth family, they have been able to assist their family members in their educational pursuits. They would now like to extend that support and help high school students who are passionate about agriculture pursue those passions by furthering their education. Whether that be through trade schools, community colleges, or a University because the Klindworth family recognizes that their farm would not be the success that it is without the educated individuals that play a pivotal role in the many facets of the agriculture industry. They hope this scholarship will help to ignite student’s passions in furthering their education and becoming a part of the most important industry in the world.
A graduating senior who is an FFA member and going to pursue post-secondary education by enrolling in college or a trade/technical school. In addition, one of the following criteria must also be met to be eligible: Must be attending a trade/technical school with the intention of using the certification in an agricultural career, Must be pursuing a trade degree/certification at a community college with intentions of using the certification in an agricultural career, Must be pursuing an associate degree in agriculture at a community college or a related degree with intentions of using the degree in an agricultural career, Must be pursuing a degree in agriculture or a related degree at a four year university with the intention of using the degree in an agricultural career."WCFA 2018 Scholarship"The Washington Cattle Feeders Association awards a limited number of $1,000 scholarships to high school students that have graduated and are enrolled in classes or to college students each year for any Washington college or university. The scholarships are awarded to recipients based on beef community background, academic merit, leadership, activities, personal accomplishments and the demonstrated ability to contribute to the agricultural community. The WCFA places a heavy value on the role of education and is appreciative of the contributions from Associate and Executive Club Gold Members who help make the WCFA Scholarship program possible.Gerd Sievers and John J. Para Memorial ScholarshipsAdditionally, (1) student will receive the $1,500 Gerd Sievers Memorial Scholarship and (1) student will receive the $1,500 John J. Para Memorial Scholarship. These two scholarships memorialize two men who were outstanding advocates for cattle feeders and worked tirelessly to enhance opportunities for cattle feeders in Washington State. The Gerd Sievers Memorial was established in 2002 following his passing in 2001 and the John J. Para Memorial began after his passing in August of 2015. Both memorials have been maintained each year by the generosity of friends and family. Agri Beef made a heartfelt $5,000 contribution in 2003.*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships."Mahin & Saifulla Salemy Scholarship"Deadline:03/31/18It is open to high school seniors in the United States who have been accepted to and will attend college (either 4-year or community) in the United States, and have an interest in the sciences. Plastic surgery is the branch of scientific medicine that is dedicated to the reconstruction and repair of the body. It can correct deformities that are a result of accidents, birth defects, or illness, in addition to improving overall aesthetics of the body. Not only is it a science, but plastic surgery is also an art that helps individuals increase their confidence. (2) Two students will be honored with a scholarship award of one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) each, which will be issued to their accepting colleges."Summer or Academic year paid Internship"Deadline:03/14/18Energy Northwest and Pacific Northwest National Lab (PNNL) will be accepting Internship applications for summer and academic year 2018-19.(Yes, they are PAID internships)Interested students please see Mrs. Leighty in Room D2102Requirments:16 years old or olderHave a cumulative 2.5 GPA and 3 or more related classes(science,technology,engineering, mathmatics,business)Have a reliable transportaion source."(LPA) Little People of America Scholarship"Deadline:04/30/18Little People of America, Inc., is a nonprofit organization that provides support and information to people of short stature and their families. Membership is offered to those people who are usually no taller than 4'10" in height. Their short stature is generally caused by one of the more than 200 medical conditions known as dwarfism. Membership is also available to relatives and interested professionals who work with short-statured individuals. The Little People of America Scholarship Committee will consider only complete applications that consist of the following: 1) the application filled out in its entirety 2) personal statement of at least 500 words 3) three (3) letters of recommendation from: A) a professional reference (counselor, instructor, employer, clergy, etc); B) a personal reference (no family members); C) a reference from a current LPA chapter president, district director, or national officer. 4) transcripts: high school transcripts, if you will be a freshman; or college transcripts, if you are presently attending college The deadline for submission is April 30. If you have any questions please contact the LPA office at 1-888-LPA-2001 or email@example.com.ASMF"Make Time 2 Sleep" High School Video Contest"Deadline: 02/20/18The American Sleep Medicine Foundation invites U.S. high school students to enter the 2018 ASMF “Make Time 2 Sleep” High School Video Contest, which is focused on motivating teens to prioritize the importance of sleep in their lives. The first-place prize winner will receive $1,000 – split evenly between the contest entrant and his or her school.To enter the contest: create an original video that is between 30 seconds and 2 minutes in length. Upload your video to YouTube and submit the link, along with your completed entry form, to the ASMF by 11:59 p.m. CST on Feb. 20, 2018. All submissions will be evaluated by a panel of sleep medicine physicians and researchers. Each entry will be judged on originality and video quality, as well as the appropriateness, relevance and accuracy of its message.Who Can submit an Entry:The Contest is open to any individual who is enrolled in high school in the United States, or has evidence of being enrolled in a home schooling program, at the time of entry. (U.S. students who attend a Department of Defense school are eligible for the contest, even if the school is located in another country.) No purchase of any sort is necessary, and there is no entry fee. Each submission must be the work of one individual (the “Entrant”).Applications can be picked up from Mr. Brown in Student Services. Don't miss free money for college.
"Team Up for T1D Scholarship"Deadline: 05/31/18The Board of Directors of Team Up for T1D Kids, a 501 (c) 3 organization, is pleased to announce that we will be awarding a minimum of two scholarships of $1,500 or more, to deserving students in the greater Tri-Cities area. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Physician validated diagnosis of Type 1 Diabetes, Be a graduating Senior from a public or private high school, home schooled student, or currently enrolled in college, Applicant must demonstrate good academic standing, Must be a resident of the State of Washington, with preference given to students living in the greater Tri-Cities area Applications must be submitted online, or by email.Online: www.Teamupfort1d.orgEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org"Korum Family Art Scholarship"Deadline: TBAThe Korum Family Arts Scholarship Competition is intended to promote appreciation for the arts, to encourage young artists in the pursuit of their artistic and educational growth, and to showcase the uniqueness of Washington State. Scholarships will be awarded to the top three finishers in the competition (first place - $2,500, second place - $1,500, third place - $1,000) and are paid directly to the recipient’s college or university to be used toward tuition or books within 24 months of award. The winning piece (1st place) will be retained by the Foundation and auctioned at the annual Washington State Fair Foundation Round Up Auction; it will not be returned to the student. All proceeds from the sale of the winning art piece will fund the Washington State Fair Foundation scholarship program. This is a special competition of the Washington State Fair Junior/Senior High School Art Show.Please check back in February/March 2018 for details on how to enter the competition and how to apply for the scholarship."Tri-Cities Girls Fast Pitch Scholarship"
Deadline: 03/30/18Scholarship ApplicationThe minimum qualifications for scholarship award are:1.) You must have been, or currently be, a member of the Association2.) You must have participated for a minimum of two years, with one of those years following your freshman year and the summer prior to the senior year.Awarding of scholarship amounts will be contingent on the number of applicants, not to exceed Board approved maximum per each award. Scholarship criteria include.(a) Based upon proven academ ic performance, athletic achievement, community service and financial need, each area with a rating of 1 -10 with 10 being highest.(b) Determined by a majority vote of the Scholarship Committee members and approval of the Association President.(c) Review of applicants will be conducted through a “blind” process in which the reviewers do not know the identity of the applicants.*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and many scholarships.Washington State Association for Scholarship
Deadline: 03/01/18(1) $10,000 or (2) $5,000 Scholarships wil be awared in 2018
If you have questions about either scholarship program, please contact WSAJ. First awarded in 1991, the WSAJ President's Scholarship was established to support and encourage the efforts of high school students who have overcome obstacles to achieve academically and socially. Past recipients have included cancer survivors, auto accident victims and teenagers with physical challenges. Competition for the scholarship has increased each year."Carl J. Erickson Memorial Scholarship!!"Deadline: 04/28/18($1,000 renewable over (4) years = $4,000)The CARL J. ERICKSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP is awarded each year to a student graduating from one of the High Schools of Benton, Franklin or Walla Walla Counties whowill use it to study at Washington State University. Payments are made from the Scholarship Fund to the winning s tudents in two separate checks covering one‐half of the total,each payment available at the beginning of each of the college semesters. This scholarship is renewable up to 3 years providing eligibility criteria are still met.Note: The Scholarship is solely for attendance at Washington State University."Anthem Essay Contest"Deadline:05/01/18Student in 9th and 10th Grades (Only)
Have you read one of Ayn Rand’s thought-provoking novels? Now’s the time! Enter an Ayn Rand Institute essay contest for your chance to win thousands of dollars in cash prizes. ARI has held worldwide essay contests for students on Ayn Rand’s fiction for thirty years. This year we will award over 500 prizes totaling more than $90,000. To stay informed about contest deadlines and other student updates, registerSpecific Scholarships02/15/18The following scholarships have specific requirements for eligibility. A separate application must be submitted for each scholarship in this group. Please read carefully:The Leo W. and Alberta V. Thomas Utz Scholarship
A scholarship in the amount of $4000 each year for four consecutive years to three students (one of each in the following subjects – Math, Science and English). Renewal is conditional upon maintenance of a GPA of 3.25 based on a 4.0 scale used by the educational institution. An official transcript must be submitted to the Office of the Reporter General each year by July 10th or the scholarship is forfeited. When applying for this scholarship, be sure to note on the application form your choice of study you are applying for.
Email completed ENGLISH scholarship application form to: UtzEnglishScholarship@NSDAR.org
Email completed SCIENCE scholarship application form to: UtzScienceScholarship@NSDAR.org
Email completed MATH scholarship application form to: UtzMathScholarship@NSDAR.org
Political Science, History, Government and Economic Scholarships02/15/18A separate application must be submitted for each scholarship in this group. The following scholarships are available in the areas of political science, history, government, and economics:
The Lucinda Beneventi Findley History Scholarship
A one-time $2,000 scholarship awarded to two graduating high school seniors that have demonstrated advance interest in history and are planning to major in or pursue the study of history in a full-time accredited college or university in the United States. The applicant must have a GPA of 3.25.
Email completed scholarship application form to: LBFindleyHistoryScholarship@NSDAR.org
Dr. Aura-Lee A. and James Hobbs Pittenger American History Scholarship
The Dr. Aura-Lee A. and James Hobbs Pittenger American History Scholarship is awarded to graduating high school students who will pursue an undergraduate degree with a concentrated study of a minimum of 24 credit hours in American History and American Government. Renewal is conditional upon maintenance of a GPA of 3.25. This scholarship is renewable. This award is intended to promote the study of our country's history among our finest students. U.S. Citizens residing abroad may apply through a Units Overseas Chapter.
The Dr. Aura-Lee A. and James Hobbs Pittenger American History Scholarship is an award of $2,000 each year for up to four years with annual transcript review by the National Chairman required for renewal.
eMail completed scholarship application form to: PittengerAmerHistoryScholarship@NSDAR.org
*Contact Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on this and other scholarships.