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Scholarships in Washington

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  • 2022 BBCC Foundation High School Graduate – Learning Disabilities Scholarship
    This full-time scholarship is for high school seniors graduating in 2022 from high schools in the service district of Big Bend Community College who have received special services and/or specially designed instruction for a learning disability throughout their educational career. It is for the student who has exceptional promise to reach their full potential through education.
  • 2022 Washington State Education and Training Voucher
    This program is for youth who qualify and are likely to age out of the foster care system.
  • Abby’s Closet Dreams Scholarship
    The goal of Abby’s Closet is to make every participant feel special, beautiful, and confident by getting a free dress from Abby’s Closet to attend prom, an important celebration and rite of passage.
  • Annie Maria Hitchings Scholarship
    This scholarship is open to graduating high school seniors who are planning to enroll at an accredited college or university and have demonstrated exceptional leadership skills and academic achievement
  • Bank of Eastern Oregon Scholarship
    This scholarship is awarded to graduating high school seniors, who will be majoring in Agriculture or Business in college. Students located in any of the areas where we have branches can apply.
  • BBCC Foundation-Returning Student Scholarships
    These full-time scholarships are available to students who are returning after one or more years of non-enrollment in college or high school.
  • BBCC Workforce Education Scholarship
    This scholarship is for residents of the service district of Big Bend Community College who will enroll in a Workforce Education Program at BBCC. Students must complete a minimum of 12 credits each quarter and maintain a cumulative grade point average of 2.75 or better at BBCC in their program of study. Applicants must enroll in one of the programs listed below to be eligible for this scholarship: Accounting, Agriculture, Automotive Technology, Aviation (Pilot), Aviation Maintenance Technology, Business Information Management, Commercial Driver's License, Computer Science, Criminal Justice, Early Childhood Education, Engineering, Industrial Electrical Technology, Manufacturing & Processing Technology, Medical Assistant, Medical Office & Billing Support Services, Nursing, Welding, Medical Records & Healthcare Information, Aviation Maintenance Powerplant, Industrial Mechanical, UAS Drone, or Simulation Technology.
  • Bellevue PFLAG Scholarship
    This scholarship was created by Alex Pava in 1999 and is awarded to East King County High School seniors who have demonstrated their ability to promote leadership in the LGBTQ community through their actions as volunteers and/or advocates.
  • Bess Mikalson Scholarship
    This scholarship is open to graduating high school seniors in Ferry or Stevens counties who are planning to enroll at an accredited college or university and have demonstrated exceptional leadership skills and academic achievement.
  • Carroll M. Hull Scholarship
    This scholarship is awarded to students who are enrolled at Big Bend Community College as full time students and are currently working or have worked to put themselves through school.
  • Charles & Evelyn Dost Trust Scholarship
    This scholarship is awarded to students who are enrolled at Big Bend Community College as full time students and exhibit good moral character.
  • Clyde W. & Audrey M. Owen Scholarship
    This scholarship is available to 2nd year flight students who are enrolled at Big Bend Community College as full time students and are in good standing in the Commercial Pilot Program and not on probation.
  • Confluence Health Scholarship
    This scholarship is open to students who are attending Big Bend Community College as full time students and are enrolled in the Medical Assistant Program.
  • Dan and Laura Bigelow Scholarship
    This scholarship is awarded to students who are enrolled at Big Bend Community College as full time students and are pursuing a degree in law enforcement.
  • Dare to Dream Scholarship
    This scholarship is open to students who are enrolled at Big Bend Community College as full time students and are single parents that are physically responsible for a minor child or minor children.
  • David L. and Frances G. Ray Scholarship
    This scholarship is open to graduating high school seniors from Lind-Ritzville, Washtucna and Lacrosse who are planning to enroll at an accredited college or university and have demonstrated exceptional leadership skills and academic achievement.
  • David Wyrick Memorial Scholarship
    This full-time scholarship is available to students who are enrolled at Big Bend Community College as full time students and are involved in athletics.
  • Davie Alporque Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship is available to students who are enrolled at Big Bend Community College as full time students and are graduates of Ephrata High school or Moses Lake Christian Academy.
  • Denny and Thelma Yasuhara Scholarship
    This scholarship is open to graduating high school seniors from the Inland Northwest region who are planning to enroll at an accredited college or university and have demonstrated exceptional leadership skills and academic achievement
  • Diane Dunbar Scholarship
    This scholarship is open to students who are enrolled at Big Bend Community College as full time students and are pursuing a degree in Nursing.
  • Don and Mable Nicholls Scholarship Fund
    This scholarship is open to graduating high school seniors who are planning to enroll at an accredited college or university and have demonstrated exceptional leadership skills and academic achievement
  • Don & Byrdeen Worley Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship is awarded to students who are enrolled at Big Bend Community College as full time students and are at least 25 years old.
  • Dorothy Bonaudi Family Scholarship
    This scholarship is available to students who are enrolled at Big Bend Community College as full time students and are pursuing a degree from the department of Art.
  • Dr. Harold & Gladys Tracy Scholarship
    This scholarship is open to students who are enrolled at Big Bend Community College as full time students and are pursuing a degree in Nursing.
  • Dr. Robert & Peggy Mason Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship is open to students who attending Big Bend Community College as part time students and are enrolled in 8 or less credits.
  • Dunham-Kerley Scholarship
    This scholarship was established by Carol Kerley and Linda Dunham in 2013 to support LGBTQ-identified students with preference given to students with physical disabilities and/or students who have faced economic hardship.
  • East Spokane Kiwanis Scholarship
    This scholarship is open to graduating seniors from Spokane Valley schools who are planning to enroll at an accredited college or university and have demonstrated exceptional leadership skills and academic achievement.
  • Ed & Signe Williamson Scholarship
    This full-time scholarship is available to students who have been residents of the BBCC service district for at least three years.
  • E.J. and Marjorie Ebel Nursing Scholarship
    This full-time scholarship is available to students accepted to the Associate Degree Nursing Program at BBCC. Must demonstrate financial need and be a resident of the service district.
  • Emerson-Hoopes Scholarship
    This scholarship was created by Bill Etnyre, the grandson of Bell Emerson Hoopes Gibson, for students pursuing an accredited social work degree (BSW or MSW) from the University of Washington.
  • Frances Bianco Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship is open to students who are planning to enroll or are enrolled at Cascadia College as full time students and have demonstrated good leadership skills and academic achievement.
  • Governors’ Scholarship for Foster Youth
    The Washington State Governors’ Scholarship for Foster Youth is a scholarship program that helps young men and women from foster care continue their education and earn a college degree.
  • Helen Heinemann Memorial Scholarship
    This full-time scholarship is available to students enrolled in the nursing program or other medically related field at Big Bend. The first preference is given to graduates of Ritzville High School; second preference to residents of Adams County; third preference to residents of BBCC service district.
  • Joe and June Fulton Scholarship
    This scholarship is open to graduating high school seniors who are planning to enroll at an accredited college or university and have demonstrated exceptional leadership skills and academic achievement
  • John O. & Kathryn G. Green Memorial Scholarship
    This full-time scholarship is available to a non-traditional student. Applicant must be thirty years of age or older and a graduate of the BBCC service district high school or a resident of Grant or Adams Counties for more than 5 years.
  • Joy-Hughes Scholarship
    This scholarship is open to graduating high school seniors who are planning to enroll at an accredited college or university and have demonstrated exceptional leadership skills and academic achievement
  • Kerry Trask Workman Memorial Scholarship
    This full-time scholarship is available to a Level II Nursing student who has resided in BBCC’s service district more than three years.
  • Leadership 1000 Scholarship (Washington State)
    The Leadership 1000 Scholarship awards funding to certain high school seniors attending eligible high schools and who are planning to enroll in a Washington state college or university. See [here](https://www.collegesuccessfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/2021-22-Eligible-High-Schools-1.pdf) for eligible high schools and [here](https://www.collegesuccessfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/2021-22-L1000-Eligible-Colleges.pdf) for eligible colleges and universities.
  • Leah Layne Foundation & Patricia Schrom Memorial Book Scholarship
    This book scholarship is available to first-year students accepted in the BBCC nursing program. Students must be from the Columbia Basin area, loosely defined as an area within a 50-mile radius of Othello. Preference may be given to students who declare intent to serve in the Foundation’s service area and/ or students with bilingual capabilities.
  • Lincoln Hospital Medical scholarship
    This scholarship is awarded to students who have graduated from a high school in Lincoln County and have been accepted into eligible medical areas of study. Preference is given to applicants who plan to return to rural healthcare, preferably Lincoln County, after they have graduated from their program.
  • Mark and Kay Burkett Scholarship
    This scholarship is open to graduating high school seniors who are planning to enroll at an accredited college or university and have demonstrated exceptional leadership skills and academic achievement
  • Marysville Kiwanis Scholarship Application
    This scholarship is open to students who are planning to enroll or are enrolled at an accredited, two or four year, not-for-profit institution within the US as full time students and have demonstrated good leadership skills and academic achievement.
  • McAuliffe United Recycling Scholarship
    This scholarship is awarded to students interested in business, construction management and accounting.
  • Microsoft IT Skills Development Scholarship - winter cohort
    This scholarship is available to students pursuing a degree and certification in **Systems Administration** on a Data Center Track. The scholarship is intended to support students, particularly those living in and around our data center communities, who have historically been underrepresented in STEM and IT fields.
  • Molbak Service Above Self Scholarship
    This scholarship is awarded to a Northshore graduate who plans to enter the University of Washington Bothell.
  • NAEOP–TRIO Scholarship
    This scholarship was created by Scott Clyde for current or former students of NW Association of Educational Opportunity Programs (NAEOP-TRIO) for disadvantaged youth. An applicant need not identify as LGBTQ, but should demonstrate leadership in human rights, gender issues, and/or sexual minority rights.
  • Northshore Community Scholarship
    This scholarship is makes a significant difference in the recipient's ability to enter and remain in college.
  • Northshore Performing Arts Scholarship
    This scholarship will be awarded to someone who has demonstrated a real interest/passion in the performing arts over time and intends to pursue a course of study in the field of performance or performance production and management.
  • Palmquist Family Memorial Scholarship
    This full-time scholarship is available to a non-traditional student, twenty-five years of age or older, who is a graduate of a Big Bend Community College Service District High School or a resident of Grant or Adams County for more than 5 years. This scholarship is for individuals who have a desire to improve their lives and the lives of their families and realize the only way to do so is through education; Teacher aids who want to be teachers, Nurses aids who want to be RN's, bookkeepers who want to be accountants, mechanics who want to own their own business or an individual working toward a degree in business Administration.
  • Phoenix Two-Spirit Native & First Nations Scholarship
    For Two Spirit and LGBTQ+ Native, First Nations, and/or Alaska Native students who have a history of activism and/or leadership in the Native community or are planning to get more deeply involved in Native communities in the future.
  • Ren H. Rice Scholarship
    This scholarship is open to graduating high school seniors who are planning to enroll at an accredited college or university and have demonstrated exceptional leadership skills and academic achievement
  • Ric Ulrich and Chuck Pischke Scholarship
    This scholarship was created by Ric Weiland in 1998 for LGBTQ and allied students studying visual arts and design.
  • Rika Ream Environmental Scholarship
    This scholarship is open to graduating high school seniors in Spokane County, who are planning to enroll at an accredited college or university and pursue a degree in environmental sciences, environmental studies, ecology, recreational management or land management.
  • Robert Browning Scholarship
    This scholarship was created by Ric Weiland in 1993 to support students studying health sciences or health services.
  • Roy & Leona Nelson Foundation Scholarships
    This full-time scholarship is open to Big Bend students from Eastern Washington or Northern Idaho.
  • Sherry Dompier Nursing Scholarship
    This scholarship is offered to 2nd year students who are enrolled at Big Bend Community College as full time students and are pursuing a degree nursing.
  • Soaring Heart Scholarship
    This scholarship fund was created in 2008 by Mike Schaefer to support students interested in providing compassionate care to any survivors of violence, trauma or grief.
  • Sorenson Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship is awarded to students who are enrolled at Big Bend Community College as full time students and are pursuing a degree any department.
  • Thelma Fisher Dewitty Scholarship
    This scholarship was founded by Robert Roblee in 2005 for current and future African American LGBTQ leaders and role models.
  • The McGregor Company Scholarship
    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.
  • Tony DeBlase Memorial Scholarship Fund
    This scholarship was created by Aubrey Hart Sparks to support LGBTQ and allied students entering the fields of sex education, sex therapy, or other fields that further the understanding of human sexuality.
  • Valera Lea Stevens Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship is available to students who have successfully completed one or more quarters at Big Bend Community College. Student’s major should be in special education or an area where they would be working with students with disabilities (if no majors in these areas, must be seeking an academic transfer with Education major or Early Childhood Education Program).
  • Varsity Athletics Scholarship Fund
    This scholarship was created by Sam McVeety & Jordan Goldwarg in 2014 to support LGBTQ-identified students who are “out” leaders and play a varsity-level sport in college.
  • Washington State Governors’ Scholarship For Foster Youth
    The Washington State Governors’ Scholarship for Foster Youth is a scholarship program that helps young men and women from foster care continue their education and earn a college degree. See [here](https://www.collegesuccessfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/2021-22-GS-Eligible-Colleges.pdf) for eligible colleges.
  • "W.E. and Millie Jones Charitable Trust Scholarship "
    This full-time scholarship is available to a student who resides in the Quincy/George area, encompassing the 98848 and 98824 zip codes.
  • Whidbey Island Giving Circle Scholarship
    Whidbey Island Giving Circle Scholarship for current and future LGBTQ+ and ally leaders and role models who attend/attended a Whidbey Island High School or currently reside on Whidbey Island.
  • White Trail Grange Scholarship
    This scholarship is available to a full-time student who has been a resident of the BBCC service district for at least five years and a graduate of a high school in the service district. Preference will be given to members of farm families, Agriculture majors, or students with family members whose employment is related to agriculture.
  • William and Flossie Sanborn Scholarship
    This scholarship is open to graduating high school seniors who are planning to enroll at an accredited college or university and intend to pursue a college major in the humanities or social sciences.
  • Wilson Farm/Mondovi Grange Scholarship
    This scholarship is open to graduating high school seniors from Lincoln County, who are planning to enroll at an accredited college or university and have demonstrated exceptional leadership skills and academic achievement. Preference will be given to descendants of Dale D. Wilson’s employees and to those in the Mondovi Grange area (Reardan-Edwall and Davenport school districts).