• The scholarships that are listed here are presently outdated.  HOWEVER, they are scholarships that are likely still offered but the deadline dates, amounts or links may not be current.  They may be worth looking into though.  Since September 2016, I have been emailing parents and students directly with scholarship information.  I also still post some on the scholarship board by my office.  Please remember that this is a very small portion of scholarships that are available to students.  I strongly recommend that students sign-up for a fastweb and washboard account.  These links are directly below.  
    Sign up for a Fastweb account at www.fastweb.com
    Sign up for the Washboard scholarship search site at www.theWashBoard.orgThis is a free, web-based, nonprofit scholarship clearinghouse for Washington students seeking college scholarships.
    Alert Magazine, Inc. $500, Submissions accepted on an ongoing basis/no deadline:
    Seniors:  scholarship is awarded to the senior who writes the best essay concerning drug and/or alcohol abuse and its prevention.  www.alertmagazine.org/scholarship.php  
    Nursing scholarships and financial aid, deadlines and amounts vary by school:
    Seniors:  copies of the Nursing scholarships and financial aid booklet are available through Eastern Washington Area Health Education Center, WSU Spokane, P.O. Box 1495, Spokane, WA  99210-1495, by phone (509) 358-7640 or fax (509) 358-7647.
    Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE), deadlines and amounts vary by school:
    Seniors:  if you are applying to out of state colleges and universities, you may qualify for reduced tuition through this scholarship program.  Go to www.wiche.edu/sep/wue for more information.
    Eastern Washington University, amounts vary, February 15, 2016 deadline:
    Seniors:  You must have at least a 2.8 GPA to apply and a minimum 3.6 GPA for the honors program.  Most scholarships recognize students for academic and/or community excellence, while some are based on financial need, academic major, or other special qualifications.  The scholarship application is separate from the admissions application.  Apply online at www.ewu.edu/scholarships.
    Washington State University, amounts vary, January 31, 2016 deadline:
    Seniors:  You must submit the separate on-line application to be considered for scholarships.  Go to http://admission.wsu.edu/scholarships
    Community Colleges of Spokane Foundation, numerous awards that vary in amount, Apply from Jan 1 - March 15, 2015:
    Seniors:  If you are attending either SCC or SFCC this fall, you should apply for a scholarship.  You must have a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA in order to be eligible to apply.  Go to www.ccs.spokane.edu/Foundation/Scholarships.aspx and you will find information regarding the application process. 
    NFIB Young Entrepreneur Award, $1,000 - $10,000, December 18, 2015 deadline:
    Seniors:  If you operate your own small business, you should apply for this award.  Go to www.NFIB.com/YEA to apply.
    Pride Foundation, amounts vary, January 11, 2016 deadline:
    Seniors:  $625,000 is available for LGBTQ and straight ally student leaders.  Learn more and apply online at www.pridefoundation.org or www.thegsbascholarship.org.
    GE-Reagan Foundation scholarship program, $10,000 per year, January 7, 2016 deadline:
    Seniors:  For students who have demonstrated exemplary leadership, drive, integrity and citizenship.  For more information, eligibility requirements, and an online application visit www.reaganfoundation.org/scholarships.
    AXA Foundation, $10,000 or $25,000, December 15, 2015 deadline:
    Seniors:  Are you active in your community?  Have you led a project that benefits others?  Have you overcome personal challenges?  If so, go to www.axa-equitable.com/axa-foundation  for more information.
    Burger King McLamore Foundation, up to $50,000 per year, December 15, 2015 deadline:
    Seniors:  If you have at least a 2.5 GPA, go to www.bkmclamorefoundation.org/WhatWeDo/ScholarsProgram for more information.  
    National MS Society, $1,000 - 3,000, January 15, 2016 deadline:  
    Seniors: Individuals with MS or have a parent with MS are eligible to apply.  Go to www.nationalMSsociety.org/scholarship for more information.  
    DAR Good Citizens, $250 - $5,000, December 4, 2015 deadline:  
    Seniors:  You must have the qualities of dependability, service, leadership and patriotism.  You will be required to submit your transcript and 2 letters of recommendation.  An essay regarding citizenship is also required.  See me for more information. 
    US First, amounts vary, various deadlines:  
    These scholarship awards are primarily for students that are interested in STEM careers.  Go to www.usfirst.org/aboutus/scholarships 
    WSECU, $2,500 for 4-year college or $1,500 for 2-year college or vocational program, application available from 12/14/15 - 2/12/16:
    Seniors:  Applicants must be WSECU members. Applications will be available online at www.wsecu.org or www.scholarshipamerica.org/wsecu/  
    WA State School Retirees' Assoc.,  $900 renewable or $1,500 one time,  March 2, 2016 deadline:  
    Seniors:  You must be interested in a career in education and have at least a 3.0 GPA.  For an application and instructions go to www.wssra.org. Click on Forms and Files and then in the drop down menu click on Scholarship Application.  
    National Honor Society, $1,500 - $15,500, Feb. 16, 2016 deadline:  
    Seniors:  If you are interested in applying for this year's NHS scholarship, you must be an NHS student.  Click on the following link for directions regarding the application process here.  
    Washington Consortium for the Liberal Arts, $1,000 - $3,000, January 15, 2016 deadline:  
    Seniors:  This is an essay contest.  Winners must use the scholarships at one of WaCLA's 36 member institutions. For the essay prompt and more details go to http://www.evergreen.edu/provost/wacla/waclahighschoolessay.htm.   
    Epsilon Sigma Alpha Foundation,  numerous different scholarship awards, amounts and deadlines 2015-2016:  
    Seniors:  ESA is an international leadership and service organization.  They have numerous awards available for WA state students.  Go to www.epsilonsigmaalpha.org for more information.
    Gilda's Club Seattle, $1.000, March 15, 2014 deadline:
    Grades 9-12:  It's Always Something Writing Contest  If you have survived cancer or watched a family member or friend deal with cancer, you can submit an essay about the experience.  Essays must be between 500 and 2,000 words.  Submit your essay online by going to https://www.gildasclubseattle.org/contactUs/Writingcontest.php
    Elks USA, $4,000 - 50,000, December 4, 2015 deadline (Valuable Student) or January 29, 2016 (Legacy Awards)
    The Most Valuable Student award is available to all graduating seniors.  The Legacy award is available to children or grandchildren of current Elks members.  Go to  http://www.elks.org/enf/scholars or scholarships@elks.org for more information and an application.  Applications must be sent to Mr. George Paris.  Please see me for his address.
    First Wind, 16 at $3,000 and 1 at $20,000, Jan. 6, 2015 deadline:
    Seniors:  You must have a minimum 2.75 GPA and be planning to study environmental science, wind technology, general sciences, health sciences or engineering.  Apply online at www.firstwind.com/firstwindscholars
    Fleet Reserve Association, multiple awards ($75 to $5,000) December 1, 2015 deadline:
    Grades 7-12:  You must write a 300-350 word essay on "What the United States Flag Stands For."  Please see me for additional information or go to www.fra.org/essay
    American College Foundation, Multiple winners ranging from $1,000 - $5,000, April 1, 2015 deadline:
    Grades 9-12:  Go to www.AmericanCollegeFoundation.org for more information and to apply.
    Buick Achievers, Awards up to $25,000 per year, February 29, 2016 deadline:
    Seniors:  You must plan to major in a field of study that focuses on engineering, technology, design or business, with an interest in the automotive industry.  Go to www.buickachievers.com for program details and the online application.
    Inland Northwest Community Foundation, Numerous awards between $500 - $2,000, March 1, 2014 deadline:
    Seniors:  These scholarships are for Eastern Washington and North Idaho residents.  Go to www.inwcf.org for more information and click on Scholarship Opportunities.
    Hamilton Leaders Academy, $500 plus additional benefits described on the website, March 4, 2015 deadline:
    Juniors:  You must be a college-bound student with a strong record of community service.  Additionally, you must be a self-starter, have financial need, show a strong commitment to your academic studies and be committed to participating in the Hamilton Leaders Academy.  You will receive the scholarship, leadership training in Seattle and Central America, college application assistance, scholarship and financial aid search assistance, and internship and mentorship opportunities.  Go to www.hamiltonfriends.org/apply for more information.
    Assoc. of Computer Professionals in Education, 4 at $2,500, February 10, 2014 deadline:
    Seniors:  These scholarships are for Washington and Oregon residents.  Go to www.acpenw.org/scholarships for more information.  You must have been involved in the use of technology during high school and plan to pursue studies in a technology related field.
    Clearwater Power Company, 6 at $500 - $1,200, March 16, 2015 deadline:
    Sophomores and Juniors:  Applicants must reside in a home with parents/guardians who are members/customers of Clearwater Power.  Winners also receive an all expenses paid trip to a leadership camp in July at the College of Idaho in Caldwell.  See me for a brochure or go to www.ClearwaterPower.com or call 1-888-743-1501 for more information.
    Microsoft Corporation, $5,000, March 15, 2015 deadline:
    Seniors:  This scholarship is for a student with a disability who requires financial assistance to attend a vocational or academic college program.  Applicants must demonstrate a passion for technology and declare a major in engineering, computer science, law or business.  Get more details at www.microsoft.com/en-us/diversity/programs/microsoftdisabilityscholarship.aspx
    WA State Opportunity Scholarship, $2,500 - $7,500 per year, February 29, 2016 deadline:
    Seniors:  For low AND middle-income students planning to study science, technology, engineering, math or health care in college.  For eligibility, complete timeline and online application visit www.waopportunityscholarship.org
    Varsity Tutors, 1 award each month of $1,000, monthly deadline:
    16 years and older:  Enter this monthly college scholarship contest  where students must write an essay in response to a monthly prompt.  Interested students can enter the contest at www.varsitytutors.com/college-scholarship
    Quest Bridge, numerous $$$ awards, March 26, 2014 deadline:
    Juniors:  This program connects academically outstanding high school juniors from low-income backgrounds with selective colleges.  Qualified students should complete the application online at www.questbridge.org
    College Success Foundation, $2,500 - $5,000 per year, March 9, 2015 deadline:
    Seniors:  Leadership 1000 scholarship eligibility criteria and application is online at www.collegesuccessfoundation.org Students must be attending an eligible four-year college or university in WA State.
    Whitman County Assoc. of Realtors, $1,000, April 29, 2016 deadline:
    Seniors:  If you are a Whitman County high school senior attending WSU this fall, you should apply!  Click here for more information and to apply.  I also have a paper application available.  
    WIAA/Dairy Farmers/Les Schwab Smart Choices Scholarship, $5,000, April 1, 2016 deadline:  
    Seniors:  This award recognizes one male and one female senior for their achievements in athletics/activities, the community and the classroom.  Go to www.wiaa.com/Smart Choices for more information and to apply.   
    Whitman County Cattlemen Association Scholarship, $1,000, March 30, 2016 deadline:
    Seniors:  You must be planning to attend a two or four-year college, university, trade or technical school in an agriculture related field.  See me for an application and more information.
    San Diego Foundation, Katrina Thompson Scholarship, minimum 1 award of $1,000, January 27, 2016 deadline: Seniors:  This scholarship award is ONLY for a Garfield-Palouse H.S. senior!  You must enroll as a full-time student at a community college, four-year college or career/technical school.  You must have a minimum 2.5 GPA and have been actively involved in extra-curricular activities, community service or work experience.  Applications were distributed last month.  See me if you need one emailed to you again.  
    Whitman County Sheriff's Reserve Association, $500 and $250, April 30, 2016 deadline:  
    Seniors:  Criteria for selection will be based on the applicant's involvement in their school and community, academic accomplishments and their response to the essay question regarding community involvement.  See me for an application or click http://wcsoreserves.org/Scholarship.aspx  
    Far West Agribusiness Association, $1,000, March 31, 2015 deadline:  
    Seniors: Selection criteria is based on academic record, resume, recommendations and agriculture related essays included in the application.  Go to www.fwaa.org for more information and to apply.  
    WA State PTA,  6 at $1,000, April 30, 2015 deadline:  
    Seniors:  Six scholarship awards for students starting either 2-year or 4-year college this fall.  Go to www.wastatepta.org/programs/scholarship/index.html  
    WA Water Power Legacy Scholarship Foundation, April 15, 2015 deadline:  
    Seniors:  Only Avista employees and children are eligible to apply.  You can download an application on the Avista e.view.  For more information call Patti Wilkinson at 635-1156. 
Last Modified on November 17, 2017