These scholarships are available to graduating high school seniors in Oregon and Washington 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.
This scholarship is for students who are interested 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.
This scholarship is for students who have demonstrated entrepreneurship through not only 4-H projects but also involvement in their community, church and school by embracing the ideals of leadership, responsibility and integrity.
This scholarship is for University of Washington students who are committed to the principles of justice and equality and have demonstrated financial need. Students with an interest in labor studies or a family background in labor and social justice are encouraged to apply.
This scholarship is for full-time student who have a declared major in one of the College of Business disciplines and have completed at least 120 credit hours, including 30 credits in their declared major.
This scholarship is for current GIA (Grange Insurance Association) policyholder or their child in California, Colorado, Idaho, Oregon, Washington or Wyoming OR current GIA company employee or their child OR a previous recipient of a GIA scholarship.
Through the EAGLES Scholarship, you can earn your degree in one of Heritage’s STEM (science, technology, engineering or mathematics) majors– Biology, Environmental Science/Studies, Pre-Engineering, Chemistry, Computer Science and Mathematics– with no out of pocket cost for tuition.
This scholarship is for Native American Tribal members graduating high school or current college students who declare an undergraduate major in School of Environmental and Forest Sciences at the University of Washington.
This scholarship is for full-time or part-time students enrolled in paralegal courses (e.g. Paralegal AAS or Paralegal Preferred Pro-Certificate) to assist with tuition and fees. Students must maintain a 3.
This scholarship is awarded to a humanities student who is interested in education and has completed at least two quarters of college level study at TCC, including a minimum of 10 credits with a GPA of 3.
This scholarship is for students who will graduate from a Denver High School. The award amount is over a four year period if renewal criteria are met. Students must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.
This scholarship is for students who graduated from a Washington State high school and now study in the field of education, Washington State residents who graduated from a Department of Defense high school and presently enrolled in a college of education, anywhere, pursuing a career in a field of education; or are presently...
This scholarship is for American Indian students who is a resident of Clackamas, Multnomah or Washington counties in Oregon, or Clark County, Washington and planning to major or majoring in science, computer science, engineering or mathematics, focused on a career as a professional (or a teacher) in these fields.
This scholarship is for High school seniors who have demonstrated significant leadership and service, and have achieved a cumulative GPA of 3.8 (weighted), or scored 1310 or higher on the SAT (math and evidence-based reading and writing only), or scored 28 or higher on the ACT.
This scholarships is awarded to students graduating from one of the following school districts: Wenatchee, East Wenatchee, Cashmere, Cascade, Entiat, Chelan or Manson. Applicants must demonstrate community service, academic performance, and leadership.
This scholarship if for out-of-state students attending West Virginia University at Morgantown, Keyser, or Beckley. Values are different depending on the campus you will be attending. Offers are based on high school GPA and test scores.
This scholarship is meant to encourage young people to pursue their higher education in agriculture or an agricultural-related field. The award is based on scholastic achievement, leadership in agriculture and an ability to contribute to agriculture in the future.
This scholarship recognizes graduating seniors from among the WIAA member high schools for excellence in athletics/activities, academics, leadership and community service throughout their high school career.
These scholarships assist students to attain associates, bachelors, and graduate level degrees in viticulture, enology, and other wine-related studies. Some of the scholarships give preference to residents of Washington State and/or students destined for an academic institution in Washington State.
The Wendy Jackson Hall Scholarship Fund has been established in Wendy's memory to support others whose creativity and love of the arts leads them to pursue an education in the visual arts and to share this love with the larger community.
WWIN selects women in financial need who are ready for transformational life change. WWIN Star Scholars will receive up to $5,000 per academic year, or $20,000 over her undergraduate college career, to pay for tuition and required books at the approved Washington college or university of her choice.