|Due Date||Name of Scholarship||Description||Link|
The WOIS Scholarship is awarded to one or more WOIS users each year. Nominations must be submitted by those administering a current WOIS site (Mrs. Richardson in the Career Center). Each site may nominate up to two students or clients. Students describe what specific WOIS tools they used and what they learned in their WOIS career and educational exploration.
|See WOIS Scholarship Form pdf file below|
|04/29/18||Pointe Pest Control Scholarship||
Pointe Pest Control in Washington is offering a $750 scholarship again for 2018. Just as last year, it will be given to a graduating senior or college freshman from Washington. There are more details about the scholarship and its qualifications in the link.
|04/30/18||Pamela and Scott Woodward Conservation Scholarship||
The Pamela and Scott Woodward Conservation Scholarship was created by Tapteal Greenway, a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting conservation, education and recreation along the lower Yakima River. This $1,000 merit based scholarship is for high school seniors or college students pursuing post-secondary education in the area of conservation. As of their high school graduation, applicants must reside Benton or Franklin County. Scholarship recipients may re-apply.
|04/30/18||Microsoft DisAbility Scholarship||
The disAbility Scholarship at Microsoft delivers on the mission of Microsoft’s cross disability employee resource group to empower and enable people with disabilities. This scholarship enables high school students with disabilities to go to college and target a career in the technology industry. This scholarship will be awarded to promising high school seniors who plan to attend a vocational or academic college and have a financial need. The amount of this renewable scholarship to be awarded is $5,000 per year, up to $20,000.
|Richland Education Association||
REA is giving out ten (10) $500 scholarships - to be used for tuition and fees and paid directly to winners’ school of choice.
Applicants must be a dependent of an REA member (active, retired, or deceased)
Applicants must be a high school senior or a college student (current or prospective)
Applicants must plan to attend an accredited post-secondary college, university, technical/vocational institute or trade school
|See Word File below: REA Scholarship Form|
|05/04/18||BIAW Education Program Scholarship||
The Building Industry Association of Washington (BIAW) is proud to announce our 2018-19 education scholarship application is available to assist and encourage workforce training in the construction industry. BIAW has at least $10,000 available in funding for students in Washington State pursuing a degree in the construction industry. For the second year in a row, we've had this additional $10,000 for scholarships designated for technical and trades students.
|05/20/18||Team Up for Type 1 Diabetes Scholarship||
The Board of Directors of Team Up for T1D, 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. Must: have a 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, technical school or trade school; Applicant must demonstrate good academic standing; and Must be a resident of the State of Washington, with preference given to students living in the greater Tri-Cities area.
|06/08/18||Careers That Work! Scholarship||
Each year, every high school in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington (public and private) are given five $1000 tuition scholarships to award to graduating students headed to one of the participating career colleges. See application link to download the 2018 Careers That Work! Brochure and/or the list of 2018 Participating Colleges (Perry Technical Institute, Paul Mitchell the School –Richland, Gene Juarez Academy, other cosmetology, hair design, massage therapy, medical/dental programs, construction industry, CDL, game/visual programming, travel specialist, etc.)
Seniors awarded the Careers That Work! by their high school are not restricted to colleges within their home state. That means seniors graduating in ID, OR or WA may be awarded the scholarship for attendance at any participating private career college in any of those three states.
Scholarship recipients are identified and awarded by the high school. The high school must complete the award process via the online application found on the webpage.
(One has already been claimed)
|06/23/18||Oregon State University Alpha chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon Balanced Man Scholarship||
The Oregon Alpha chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon is offering six one-time scholarships
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