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Searching and Applying for Scholarships. Watch this short video overview by WA State GEAR UP. Learn where to find scholarships and how to apply!

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NAEHCY Eligibility - To be eligible for the scholarship, applicants must meet the following criteria:
• Applicant must be under the age of 21, as of September 1, 2022
• Applicant be actively pursuing post-secondary education
• Applicant must be eligible for McKinney-Vento assistance or have experienced
homelessness while in school within the last six years
• Undocumented students who meet these criteria are eligible
• Parameters on homeless status are defined by the McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Act.

The KMR Group Foundation seeks to recognize accomplished students, invest in their potential and assist them in funding their education. Every spring, the KMR Group Foundation awards a number of scholarships to seniors graduating from high schools in Clark or Cowlitz counties. The scholarships range from $1,000 to $3,500 per school year and may be renewable for up to four years, provided the recipient conforms to the requirements set forth in the award

One is the loneliest number. Three is a crowd. Then there is five. What's so special about five? Well, for starters, this lucky number could help you win a $1,500 scholarship. It would take more than just one hand to count all the reasons why the number five is important - and we want to know what you think!

Full Circle Scholarship: The American Indian College Fund supports American Indian and Alaska Native college students seeking technical, undergraduate, and graduate degrees at tribal colleges and other nonprofit, accredited schools. Any Native American U.S. citizen that is a member or descendant of a state or federally recognized tribe with at least a 2.0-grade point average, and enrolled as a full-time student can apply for a scholarship.

EOC is a nine-month college pipeline program hosted by the University of Washington Foster School of Business. The program currently serves 170 high school sophomores, juniors and seniors from 75 schools in the state Washington. Students attend sessions on the UW campus one Saturday every month for college preparation, business lectures, professional development, and powerful mentorship. YEOC is a FREE nine-month program. The only cost to students is transportation to UW Seattle.

For native students pursuing a degree in Veterinary Medicine (DVM) or Veterinary Technology (Associates of Applied Science Degree).

($10,000) - This is the coolest scholarship contest around! Students are challenged to create and wear their own prom outfits made entirely from Duck Tape for the chance to win scholarship cash!

 

A $2,500 scholarship offered to a HS graduate continuing his or her education in the aviation industry.

Open to all U.S. HS students. Applicant must submit an original poem with 20 lines or less. Up to $500.

In 250 words or less submit a response to the question: "If you could get one 'do-over' in life, what would it be and why?"

The Geoscience Inclusion, Diversity, Equality, and Accessibility (IDEA) Scholarship program encourages women from under-served communities to pursue an education and career in the Geosciences, or Earth Sciences. The scholarship provides up to $5000 in awards, annually, typically split between two or more undergraduate students, and matches them with AWG mentors to enhance their careers. It also includes a one-year, sponsored, AWG student membership.

($1,500-$7,000) - The community contribution scholarship is open to all high school students who have recognized a need or problem in their community and have determined a way to address the issue.

($1,500) - 250 words or less describe an incident in your life, funny or embarrassing (fact or fiction), and make us laugh!

($2,500-$100,000) - Tell us how you'll change the world in 350 characters or less. Rally your friends to vote. Once you reach 50 votes, submit a video to inspire more fans. Dr. Pepper selects finalists to compete during throw-offs at college football conference championship games.

($500) - Create a short video, under 3 minutes long, on one of the topics/prompts available on the scholarship website.