Updated 11/08 Private and Local Scholarships Blue Mt Community Foundation Scholarships www.bluemountainfoundation.org/ Graduates of WW county High Schools, GED, or Home Schooled. Also eligible are WW county residents for at least 3 years. Some OR schools eligible. Become available 1/1/09 Name of Scholarship Eligibility Qualifications Amount of Application Award Deadline Altadel Beamer Memorial For Weston-McEwen High School graduates with a Postmark 3/1/09 Scholarship Fund record of achievement or aptitude in music. John P. and Anna Anderson and Family WSU AG Students Postmark 3/1/09 Scholarship Otto W. Anderson Scholarship Beta Theta Pi Alumni for fraternity members at Postmark 3/1/09 Whitman. Bayne Family Scholarship Must be graduate of Wa-Hi who was active in Based on financial need $851 Postmark 3/1/09 student government. Enrolled full time. Ralph R. & Mary E. Bennett Scholarship Must be Walla Walla County high school graduate Based on financial need and application inc. Minimum of $300 Postmark 3/1/09 Enrolled full time. plans for college and career Benton City Wranglers Trust Graduates of Kiona-Benton High School Postmark 3/1/09 Ted Berry Memorial Scholarship WW and Columbia County students pursuing a Postmark 3/1/09 career in Emergency Medical Technician. Paul K. Bjorklund Memorial Citizenship Outstanding senior man at Weston-McEwen High Postmark 3/1/09 Award School. Bobby Cox Memorial Fund WW County or Milton-Freewater high school Outstanding leadership qualities $1000 Postmark 3/1/09 senior of Latino descent. Enrolled full time. Earl & Lucille Blake Scholarship See application Financial need based. Minimum of $300 Postmark 3/1/09 Howard and Pearl Burgess Scholarship Members of 4-H in Walla Walla County Postmark 3/1/09 Clarkston High School Memorial Graduate of Clarkston High School Postmark 3/1/09 Terry Copple Fund Scholarship Must be Wa-Hi graduate. Enrolled full time. Student must major in visual arts in college $703 Postmark 3/1/09 T.B. Elliott Fund Scholarship Must be Walla Walla County high school graduate Must have earned and saved money to help Minimum of $300 Postmark 3/1/09 Enrolled full time. Financial Need based. further education; preference to students interested in medicine William & Mary Falconer Endowment Preference given to students with farming Enrolled full time. Based on financial need. Minimum of $300 Postmark 3/1/09 Fund background or who want to continue education in agricultural field. Keith and Helen Fenner Fund Columbia, Umatilla or WW County high school Enrolled full time. $590 Postmark 3/1/09 graduate with leadership and good citizen traits. Updated 11/08 Dayl and Doris Graves Scholarship Fund Graduate of Garrison Middle School Academic excellence and financial need $573 Postmark 3/1/09 Ann Weatherill Memorial Earl and Jane Ferguson Scholarship Graduate of Weston-McEwen High School Postmark 3/1/09 Edward F. Fields Memorial Fund WW County 4-H or FFA graduate attending WSU Enrolled full time. $1721 Postmark 3/1/09 with interest in livestock, veterinarian medicine, or extension services. Don and Nancy Fix Scholarship Graduate of Dayton High School Postmark 3/1/09 Katherine Guinn Memorial Scholarship Postmark 3/1/09 William and Delora Harpe Scholarship Graduate of Columbia-Burbank, Prescott, Touchet, Postmark 3/1/09 Waitsburg high school with priority to those in field of education. Dorothy Hockett Kappa Alpha Theta For Kappa Alpha Theta members Postmark 3/1/09 Scholarship Fund Ward and Vera Hoskins Memorial Graduate of Dayton High School Postmark 3/1/09 Scholarship John Israel Scholarship Graduate of Dayton High School Postmark 3/1/09 Johnson/Bowe Junior Club Scholarship Nursing students Postmark 3/1/09 Roberta Bell Kraemer Fund Must be Walla Walla County high school graduate Based on financial need; application Minimum of $300 Postmark 3/1/09 Enrolled full time. includes community services & plans for college & career James N. Lamar Foundation For West Platte R-2 graduates in Weston, Missouri Postmark 3/1/09 Scholarship and for Whitman College. John W. McGillis Junior Memorial Merit awards for residents of Walla Walla Valley Postmark 3/1/09 Scholarship Fund McJunkin Family Scholarship Fund Graduates of Hermiston High School Postmark 3/1/09 Charlotte D. Mikkelsen Scholarship Waitsburg High School Graduates Postmark 3/1/09 Merwin F. and Alethea M. Neace Family Dayton High School Graduates Postmark 3/1/09 Memorial Scholarship Retired Teachers of Walla Walla and For financial assistance during student teaching Postmark 3/1/09 Columbia Counties Scholarship term. Sacred Heart Catholic Church For Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Athena, Postmark 3/1/09 Scholarship Fund Oregon members Lawrence Slater Scholarship Graduates of Pomeroy High School Postmark 3/1/09 Tichi-Groom Scholarship Parent must be in fire fighting service or law Preference given to Athena or Milton- $3373 Postmark 3/1/09 enforcement officer. Enrolled full time. Freewater students. Peter Venneri Youth Scholarship For students at DeSales High School Postmark 3/1/09 O. A. & Marion White 4-H Scholarship Must be an active 4-H member living in the Enrolled full time. $752 Postmark 3/1/09 Walla Walla Valley. Updated 11/08 Other private and local scholarships: Name of Scholarship Eligibility Qualifications Amount of Application Award Deadline Commitment to Agriculture Scholarship High School seniors interested in pursuing a Plan to enroll full-time in ag-related $1500 www.monsanto.com career in AG who demonstrate excellence in program. www.nafb.com areas of academics, leadership, and AG 2/17/09 experience. Alfred G. and Elma M. Milotte Interest in natural history or the arts. High Must use photography or other forms of Tuition awards up www.milotte.org Scholarship Trust Fund school graduate or GED. WA State resident artistic expression, must have 3.0 to $4000 Deadline 3/31/09 minimum of five years. cumulate GPA American Association of University Must be a woman seeking to complete her Past academic performance, community $1000 Applications not available yet—check Women Scholarship education (bachelor or graduate degree and must involvement, need-based WW branch awards scholarship bulletin board for have attended one year of college), must be a 2 scholarships availability. resident of WW County, Columbia County, or M-F $500-$1000 www.aauw-wa.org/ scholarships/index.html American Chemical Society African American, Hispanic, Latino American, 3.0 GPA and able to show financial need Up to $5000 11/1/08 – 3/31/09 American Indian; a U.S. citizen or permanent resident majoring in chemical sciences & planning Applications available at the a career in the chemical sciences or chemical Financial Aid office and online at technology. Students in medicine or pharmacy www.acs.org are not eligible. American Indian Endowed Scholarship Must have financial need and close ties to an Must complete FAFSA; Not pursuing a $500 - $2000 2/1/09 American Indian tribe. Enrolled full-time. degree in Theology. Must be WA state res. www.hecb.wa.gov/paying/waaidprg m/aies.asp Assoc. for Women in Communications WA state resident sophomore student registered See Financial Aid Office for application $1500 www.seattleawc.org/scholarships.ht Seattle Professional Chapter at 4 year university or 2 year community college. ml BIAW Building Industry Assoc. of WA Washington resident pursuing a career in the Academic, work experience, community Varies; total of See Financial Aid office for Scholarship construction industry. service/school activities, financial need $30,000 split applications between winners. Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation Two US citizen or permanent residents. Actively 3.5 GPA in last 5 years of school 350 - $1000 www.coca-colascholars.org Year Colleges Scholarship Program engaged in volunteer service or employed at least varies part time. Daughters of the Pioneers of Must be a descendant of a pioneer who Must be a full-time student, resident of WW 2 - $750 wapioneerdaughters.org/ Washington Scholarship established residence in Washington (1870), County, Dayton or Milton-Freewater; scholarship.asp Oregon (1853), Idaho (1863) or Montana (1863) preference given to history, education, or 4/1/09 English. Updated 11/08 Dorothy Yothers Memorial Scholarship Must be a female student over 25 pursuing a Based on financial need, motivation, and Up to $600 quarter www.waelks.net/scholarships.htm ―Second Chances‖ scholarship vocational/technical program aptitude Renewable Educational Opportunity Grant Must be a WA resident and reside in an eligible Separate application must be completed by $2500 Renewable See application county, and attend a 4-year institution in WA Financial Aid administrator at 4-year www.hecb.wa.gov/eog State full time, completed AA degree or have school. Based on place bound status and junior standing, and financial need financial need ESA Foundation Students enrolled for training in a technical 3.0 GPA www.esaintl.com/esaf school or any person returning to school after an 2/1/09 absence to retrain job skills or obtain a degree. EWU 2009-10 Scholarships Several Nursing scholarships too. www.ewu.edu/financialaid click on scholarships 2/1/09 Families of Freedom Scholarship Fund Dependent children or spouses of persons killed Based on financial need, school costs, To be determined See application or permanently disabled due to terrorist attacks; family’s ability to pay expenses www.familiesoffreedom.org must be an undergraduate student George F. Walker Scholarship Must be a WA State resident pursuing a course of Based on academic transcript, three $3000 Applications available at F/A office study leading to a surveying or mapping career. letters of recommendation, and statement www.gfwscholarship.org of career related experience and goals 1/31/09 George T. Welch Grant Scholarship Must be a graduate of a WW County high school; Based on financial need and academic No grant in excess Application available at Financial Aid married students will be awarded a grant on an merit of $4000 See application for two deadlines exception basis only (March 1 and April 1) www.bakerboyer.com/index.cfm?id= 61 Hispanic Scholarship Fund US citizen of Hispanic descent. Must be first in See Financial Aid Office, must have Several Available www.scholarships.hispanicfund.org family to attend college (first generation college minimum 3.0 cumulate grade point average student) Hispanic Scholarship Fund, Community 3.0 – 4.0 GPA; US Citizen or legal permanent Be pursuing or plan to pursue 1st Must complete www.hsf.net Transfer Scholarship Program resident of Hispanic heritage. undergraduate degree or graduate degree. FAFSA 3/15/09 Idaho Irrigation Equipment Association Interest in using degree for a career in the water Previous recipients include: AG related $500-$1200 2/15/09 utilization related fields. Any major. fields, agri-business, business, accounting Multiple awards See Financial Aid for Application. and engineering, horticulture, biology, and welding. Indian Health Services Students interested in or presently in, health Online Application available 2/09 related prep or professional academic programs www.ihs.gov/ for fall 2008. WA State Elks Association Adult under 50 years of age. Must be pursuing a Must have HS diploma or GED $1000 3/1/09 Joseph Darimont Vocational Award 2 year or less technical vocational program. Updated 11/08 WA State Elks Association US Citizen pursuing a 2 year degree. 4 year Graduating high school seniors and 3/1/09 Vocational Grant degrees are not eligible. general education students. Jack Kent Cooke Foundation, Current student at accredited US community Have unmet need and nominated by 2 year 50- Max. $30,000 www.jackkentcookefoundation.org Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship college or two-year institution with sophomore institution. per year 1/20/09 Program status by 12/31/08 or recent graduate (5/08 ) 3.5 -4.0 GPA John Deere Technology Scholarship Scholarship will be awarded solely for proven Must be enrolled in John Deere Program, $250-$500 First year students: Before first day WWCC leadership abilities and academic/vocational 2.5 minimum GPA (several of classes of their first quarter. potential scholarships) Second year students: Before first day of classes of their fifth quarter. www.wwcc.edu – See John Deere Technology Website Junior Club of Walla Walla Must be either a nursing student or general Women 24 and over, need based 2 $1000 awards Check scholarship bulletin board for education student availability Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation, Son or daughter of Marine on active duty or in the Must have GPS of 2.0 and family income of Applications www.mcsf.org Inc. Reserve, retired or deceased. $77,000 or less available in Dec. 3/3/09 Graduating Seniors 4/15/09 All other students MG James Ursano Scholarship Fund— For children of Army soldiers (active, retired or See application Variable amounts See www.aerhq.org for application Army emergency relief. deceased). Unmarried; under age 23 for entire Deadline: 3/1/09 academic year, registered in DEERS. Available in December Montana State University Apply for admission to MSU for Fall 2009. Varies www.montana.edu/admissions/scho larships.shtml National Federation of the Blind Must be legally blind, pursuing or planning to Must enter program fall 2009 in USA Varies from 3/31/09 pursue full-time post-secondary course of study $3000-$12,000 www.nfb.org National Italian American Foundation Italian American student or major/minoring in Based on academic merit 3.55 or higher. $2500-$10,000 www.niaf.org/scholarships/index.as Enrolled in a US accredited institution of Italian language, Italian studies, or related field. p Demonstrates outstanding potential and high higher education for fall 2006. Be ―Italian- Application available online only. academic achievement. US citizen or permanent American‖ having at least one ancestor Due 3/6/09 resident. who has immigrated from Italy. National Scholars Honor Society Must be Honor Society Member. Outstanding leadership in politics, science, $4000-$5000 www.collegehonors.org literature, arts or display outstanding No deadline noted initiative and embody the spirit of innovation. National Society of Accountants Must be a full-time student majoring in accounting 3.0 GPA minimum. $500-2000 www.nsacct.org/foundation.asp Scholarship at a 2 or 4-year college. Full or part time student. US or Canadian 3/10/09 citizen. Updated 11/08 Pacific Northwest Regional Council of Must be resident or participant in Walla Walla 2.8 GPA 1-$1000 Community 2/13/09 National Association of Housing and Housing Authority Program. Academic Written motivational essay. College (Renewable) www.pnrcnahro.org Redevelopment Officials Scholarship achievement and service. 2-$1000 4 year Applications available at WW Housing University Authority (Renewable) Pride Foundation Scholarship Available for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, Or students from LGBT families. www.pridefoundation.org questioning and straight-ally (straight and 1/23/09 supportive of LGBT issues) Sallie Mae American Dream Scholarship Graduating high school, US Citizen of African- 2.5 GPA minimum $500-$5000 www.uncf.org/forstudents/scholars (Through United Negro College Fund) American descent, who demonstrates a need for hip.asp financial aid Sallie Mae Unmet Need Scholarship GPA 2.5-3.00; combined family income of U.S. citizen $1000-$3800 See application, opens mid-January $30,000 or less; have unmet financial need of Undergraduate students www.thesalliemaefund.org/smfnew/ more than $1000 after F/A package has been scholarship/unmet_need.html awarded. Washington CPS Foundation Scholarship Accounting student who has completed 2 3.0 GPA, active in campus activities and 10-$3000 See www.discovercpa.org for quarters of accounting at time of application, and community. Planning a career in Need Based application form who plans to complete their education in WA State accounting 10-$1000 2/15/09 Merit Based St. Elizabeth’s Health Services Must be graduate of Baker County high school or Enrolled in health care field (RN, LPN, etc.) $2000 Check financial aid office current Baker County resident College sophomore at least St. Mary Alumni Nursing Scholarship Second year ADN program or final year BSN Check financial aid office program Talbots Women’s Scholarship Fund Female currently residing in USA, high school Students with bachelor’s degrees cannot 6 - $10,000 Applications available at F/A office diploma or GED at least 10 years ago, enrolled or apply; first 1000 eligible applicants 60 - $1000 or online at planning to enroll in a full or part-time received will be processed www.talbots.com/about/scholar/sc undergraduate program. At least 2 quarters holar.asp (min. 24 credit hours) remaining to complete 1/2/09 undergraduate degree at beginning of fall 2008 USA Funds Access to Education Plan to enroll in professional-degree coursework Past academic performance and future $1,500 2/15/09 Scholarships at an accredited two- or four-year college, potential. Leadership and participation in English- Students must plan to enroll beginning with the school and community activities. Work www.usafunds.org/scholarship fall-2009 term through Feb. 1, 2010. experience. www.usafunds.org/beca U.S. Bank Internet Scholarship Program Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident 30 - $1000 www.usbank.com/cgi_w/cfm/stude alien, and a high school senior planning to enroll ntloans/marketing.cfm in a 2-year or 4-year institution. 2/29/09 Updated 11/08 Vista Hermosa Foundation Scholarship Children of Broetje Orchards employee or live in Good academic standing, planning to enroll $500 - $10,000 June 10 the Vista Hermosa or Snake River Housing. in a community, vocational, technical, or November 1 Bible college, or 4-year school. www.vista- hermosa.org/scholarships Walla Walla Valley Federal Credit Union Must be a member or child in good standing with 60% need based, 40% academic $750 Application available at the credit Nola Crook Scholarship WWVFCU, high school graduate. union. Walter J. Clore Scholarship High school graduate enrolled or planning to Academic merit, leadership abilities $500-$2000 www.wawgg.org enroll in college/university in area pertaining to the wine industry. Preference given to WA State November 30th of each year students, not limited to study at a WA State college/ university. Washington Financial Aid Association Must be a student of color attending a WFAA Based on leadership ability, minimum 3.0 Up to $1500 See scholarship bulletin board Ethnic Awareness Scholarship member college or university GPA, show financial need; must enroll at www.wfaa.org/docs/students/schol least part-time arhips.ethnicawareness.html Washington Pulp and Paper Foundation Paper Science or Chemical Engineering Major, US Academic performance and 3.0 gpa depts.washington.edu.wppl/scholars Scholarship, University of WA citizen or permanent resident hips.htm Washington State Business and Female students with proven academic ability; Need of financial assistance—various $500-$1000 ? Professional Women’s Foundation must be Washington resident two or more years; scholarships refer to application See financial aid office Educational Scholarship and Grant need to attend a Washington State school Washington State Department of Health For students training or professions in the Must serve in rural or underserved urban www.hecb.wa.gov/health Health Professional Loan following areas: Physician (MD or DO), Physician area with designated shortages for a Loan Repayment and Scholarships Assistant or Nurse Practitioner or Licensed minimum of three years. Nurse (any level), midwife, pharmacist, dentist, dental hygienist Washington State Employees Credit Must be full time student For students attending 4 year or Grad.- 20- $2000 www.wsecu.org/x1854.xml Union Scholarship For 2 yr. CC or vocational students 7- $1000 Washington State Potato Foundation Eligible applicants are those who pay assessment A commodity related education will be Provides financial to the WA State Potato Commission, are given preference assistance to meet 2/15 of each year commercial growers, processors, packers, or education expenses www.potatoes.com/potatofoundation shippers of WA/OR potatoes, or their employees, 20- $1000 - $5000 .cfm or children of employees and reside in WA or OR. Must intend to pursue a 2 or 4 year degree or technical certification at a facility of higher education. Cougar Awards Program, Washington If you apply for admission and complete www.wsu.edu/scholarships State University scholarship application, you will automatically be 1/31/09 considered. Updated 11/08 Wave 2009 Washington State resident, currently enrolled Minimum 3.0 GPA Two-year grant www.wtb.wa.gov/WAVEWebpagenew. student and by 6/30/078will--graduate from pays for 6 quarters asp high school with min. of 360 hours in single or 4 semesters for vocational program or complete at least one year undergraduate Obtain application from Don Miller @ (min 360 hours) in a vocational program at public study only (one time WWCC. community or technical college. award) . Whitman County Retired School Must be a Whitman County high school graduate, Must demonstrate some degree of financial $1000 Employees Scholarship successfully completed first year of college, need education major, and plan to be a teacher Washington State University See booklet in the WWCC Financial Aid office for Various Various Nursing Scholarships & Financial Aid eligibility requirements. www.ahec.spokane.wsu.edu Resource Booklet (various scholarships) Western Washington University Various Various www.cbe.wwu.esu/College/scholars College of Business & Economics hips.asp Scholarships Washington State Nurses Foundation Student nurses with 12-15 nursing credits. Minimum 3.0 GPA 4- $1000 min. Apply at Currently enrolled in RN program. Resident of WA state or enrolled in WA 3- $500-$1000 www.wsna.org/educationalscholars state program. hips/ Washington State Foster Youth Educational Training Voucher (ETV) Must apply for the 2009-10 FAFSA Various amounts www.independence.wa.gov/finaid Governors’ Scholarship for Foster Youth Senior in high school, enrolled in GED and tuition waivers /finaidWA.asp YMCA Transitions Scholarship program, or high school graduate or GED Treehouse Coaching to College Scholarship (CTC) graduate. Enrolling or enrolled full time 3/4/08 Passport to College Promise Scholarship Program See Financial Aid Office for application forms for the scholarships listed above (unless noted otherwise in application deadline column). Note: If no application deadline is listed above, it is because the 2009 information was not available at print time. Updated 11/08 WWCC Foundation Scholarships A minimum grade point average of 3.0 is recommended before applying for many of the scholarships. Some scholarships require a 2.5 gpa. Name of Scholarship Eligibility Qualifications Amount of Application Award Deadline Ag Business/Ag Science Scholarship Student interested in pursuing a career in requires separate application. $250-$300 4/15/09 agriculture depending on Contact Ag Science Dept for funds available application (509)527-4225 Alex and Beth Swantz Displaced Student who needs to take one class before Funds may also be used to begin school Tuition and books Quarterly Homemaker Scholarship entering the work force while making application for financial aid for one class Alf and Mildred Transeth Memorial Must be either a student in the John Deere Ag Past academic performance, ag 3 awards 4/15/09 Scholarship Tech Program or a child of a Tumac Machinery mechanics career, not less $1500 May require separate app. employee Call (509)527-4275 for info. Altrusa’s Charlotte Hart Scholarship for Female who has graduated from high school or Based on financial need; community $500 4/15/09 Women earned GED and is 20 years of age or older service, past academic performance; future goals considered Amalia Greenwald Baker/ Peggy Baker Must have completed one year of parallel Not disclosed 4/15/09 Henry Scholarship in Nursing. Blue Mt courses or entering 1st or 2nd year of nursing Area Foundation program Avista Minds in Motion Scholarship— Must be enrolled at Clarkston Center One scholarship awarded to student of 2 - $500 4/15/09 Clarkston Center Business management or accounting, color who exhibits achievement in vocational or academic transfer program Barbara and Dennis Blasey Scholarship— Enrolled in 2 nd year of study at Clarkston Center; Math, science, engineering and not $250 4/15/09 Clarkston Center 3.0 GPA & planning to transfer to 4-year school otherwise eligible for financial aid will be immediately after graduating from WWCC given special consideration Blue Mt. Back Country Farrier Must be enrolled and making good progress in Demonstrated interest in horses and their 4/15/09 Scholarship the Farrier Program at WWCC. well-being will be considered as well as demonstrated need Carpentry Scholarship Must be entering second year of WWCC WWCC instructor recommendation 3 variable awards Contact carpentry instructor carpentry program for details Columbia County Scholarship Students residing in Columbia County or having High moral character and evidence of Awards will vary 4/15/09 graduated from Dayton High School. academic diligence are criteria used in dependent on awarding student situation Updated 11/08 Dayl and Doris Graves Must be planning to enroll in auto technology at Based on financial need $1000 (may be 4/15/09 Automotive Technology Scholarship—Blue WWCC; must be a graduate of a high school in Min. 2.5 grade point average; must have shared by more Mt. Area Foundation WW County; academic achievement/ potential and than one student) leadership skills Dr. James E. McClellan Seven Hills Winery Students enrolled in enology and/or viticulture 3.0 GPA and show high probability of Tuition assistance 4/15/09 Scholarship program. Second year students given priority. success in wine industry. Dr. Ralph & Bernice Stevens Scholarship Students returning to school to complete GED Community volunteer, sincere commit- Not disclosed 4/15/09 ment to completing GED and degree Frank Brotherton Memorial Scholarship Must be majoring in auto mechanics or auto Preference is given to $500 4/15/09 In Automotive Technology body repair; need to be interested in a career Walla Walla area students related to automotive technology GESA Credit Union Scholarship in Student pursuing a business or accounting Maintain 3.0 cumulative GPA $500 4/15/09 Business or Accounting degree; graduates of high school in WW County Harold and Helen Shepherd Scholarship Students residing in Garfield, Asotin, Columbia Awards will vary 4/15/09 or WW Counties with preference given to dependent on students from Garfield County who wish to student situation pursue an ag-related education. Irrigation Technology Scholarship from Must be planning a career in irrigation Proven leadership abilities and have $1000 (may be 4/15/09 Nelson Irrigation, Inc. technology. academic/vocational potential shared by more than one student) Jon M. Lynch Memorial Scholarship Past academic performance will be considered Preference to students in WWCC Rodeo Minimum of No later than 8/1/09 but of equal importance is the applicant’s Program and majoring in agriculture $500/year requires separate application demonstrated involvement in commitment to related field Call (509)527-4275 family, establishing educational goals & setting a good example. Jonathan M. Wainwright American-Vets Students who have served in the armed forces Priority to WW valley students Funds applied to 4/15/09 Scholarship or reserves & have been honorably discharged. student’s tuition Kenneth B. Wells Memorial Multicultural Must be Native, African or Hispanic American Must have 3.0 cumulative GPA for two May be divided 4/15/09 Scholarship and be a US citizen or permanent resident quarters and attend WWCC for one quarter between more than 1 student & renewed for 1 qtr Key Technology Scholarship in Welding Must be in second year of welding technology Based on financial need and potential for 2 $500 awards 4/15/09 program, must be full-time student, and have success. per quarter (can be 3.00 GPA renewed for 2nd quarter with a 3.00 GPA) Updated 11/08 Konen Family Civil Engineering Planning a career in civil engineering field Show motivation to succeed in school $2000 4/15/09 Technology Scholarship (may be divided among students) Larue Rice Memorial Scholarship and Must be a second-year nursing student with Based on financial need; 3.00 GPA based on available 4/15/09 Special Need Assistance in Nursing exceptional achievement in nursing, outstanding required funds (may be split leadership skills, etc. between more than one applicant) Mary E. Hare Endowment Scholarship Preference will be given to a second-year 4/15/09 nursing student from the Walla Walla Valley Mary Garner Esary Memorial Scholarship Must be in good academic standing. Special Demonstrate financial need 4/15/09 consideration given to students who graduate from a high school in the WW service area. Mildred A. Marshall Light Memorial Must be a first or second year nursing student Min. 3.0 cumulative GPA, demonstrate Renewable 4/15/09 Scholarship in Nursing or enrolled in parallel nursing courses. financial need, and show a high probability for success in the nursing profession Morris and Adelle Ganguet Scholarship Must be a first or second year nursing student. Must demonstrate professional potential, Minimum of $500 4/15/09 in Nursing leadership skills, and exceptional per quarter achievement in practicum Can be divided Multicultural Scholarship Student of color who exhibits achievement in Well rounded, academic potential, active in 2 - $100 4/15/09 voc. or academic transfer program, college or school or community demonstrates improvement in a program. Pat Hartford Memorial Scholarship Awarded to student in good standing who Single Parent Max. $500 4/15/09 resides in the Walla Walla Valley. PEO Scholarship in Nursing Female student or students enrolled in first or Demonstrate excellent academic skills, 4/15/09 second year nursing program at WWCC—WW compassion, diligence, and have financial campus only need Precision Machining Technology Must show interest and aptitude in See eligibility requirements 2 - $1350 4/15/09 Scholarship by Nelson Irrigation, Inc. manufacturing or mechanical engineering Rasty and Nona Ketcherside Scholarship Students who plan to pursue ag-related, The scholarship will be given to students Not disclosed 4/15/09 nursing, business, or theology fields of study. who reside in Waitsburg or Dayton, Ruby Blum Memorial Scholarship for Must be high school graduate from WWCC’s Financial need is not a requirement. Must $500—tuition 4/15/09 Science Majors service area enrolled in second year of have proven leadership abilities/academic award approved science program potential in science The American Association of Women in Full-time returning student at WWCC, male or Must have minimum of 30 college credits; $500 4/15/09 Community Colleges Scholarship for female (12+ credits) minimum 2.5 GPA. Requires separate distributed Call (509)527-4275 for Returning Students application quarterly additional handout Updated 11/08 The Carol Desjardins Memorial Female who supports women in education Must be a full-time (12+ credits) student $1500 4/15/09 Scholarship through campus and community participation and maintain a 2.5 GPA; must have 30 Call (509)527-4275 for college credits. Requires separate additional handout application The Curtis Tarwater Memorial Rodeo Good academic standing; must be a WWCC Recipients must exemplify a high standard Not disclosed 4/15/09 Scholarship Fund rodeo program participant of dedication, hard work, and responsible lifestyle along with a passion for rodeo and good horsemanship. WWCC Clarkston Center Honors Must be a member of the Honors Club 3.5 cumulative grade point average 3- $100 4/15/09 Scholarship Must be enrolled in WWCC honors program WWCC Honors Scholarship Must be member of WWCC Honors Club Minimum 3.5 cumulative grade point $200 4/15/09 Must be enrolled in WWCC honors program average WWCC Merit-Based Scholarship Must be graduating high school senior, Award based on merit. $2100 per year No later than 3/28/09 academic transfer, or vocational student Min. 3.00 grade point average for two years WWCC Foundation Unrestricted Helps students pursue a degree in any course Students must demonstrate they are Awards are based 4/15/09 Scholarship of study offered at the main campus in Walla making good progress toward earning a on individual Walla or the Clarkston Center. degree and show initiative. situations. Larry Shelly Memorial Scholarship in Student who actively participates on the WWCC Not disclosed 4/15/09 Rodeo Rodeo Team & demonstrates high moral character. Leonetti Cellar Scholarship in Enology Available for full time students who have Must be making good academic progress Not disclosed 4/15/09 demonstrated their potential for success in the toward degree wine industry Narcissa Rebekah Lodge No. 2 Second year student making good progress Available to full or part time students who Max. $500 4/15/09 Scholarship toward a degree. are Washington State residents. Don Patterson Memorial Scholarship in Must be full time student enrolled in Students must be making good progress Max. $750 4/15/09 Refrigeration Air Conditioning Technology Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technology. toward degree, exemplify high standard of dedication, hard work, and responsibility. National Science Foundation Scholarship US citizens enrolled full time in computer Priority will be given to CET students. Up to $3, 125 4/15/09 science, computer technology, engineering, Based on financial need. annually to fund engineering technology, or mathematics. two students. Sandra McJunkin Blackaby Scholarship Student pursuing AA/AS for transfer to a 3.0 gpa in college level courses. 3 - $500 WW 4/15/09 for Academic Excellence baccalaureate institution. 1 - $500 CLK 40 and 8 Scholarship in Nursing For a student enrolled in their final quarter of $400 4/15/09 the nursing program who can demonstrate financial need. Updated 11/08 Odom Beverage Corporation Scholarship Second year enology student who has excelled $2000 4/15/09 in Enology and Viticulture in the program and wine marketing. Western Washington State Fair Student pursing a degree in enology who has Renewable for 1 year if student shows Not disclosed 4/15/09 Scholarship in Enology demonstrated a proficiency for marketing/ good progress toward a degree. Application forms can be obtained from the WWCC Foundation Office or the Financial Aid Office. For maximum consideration, applications should be submitted to later than 4/15/08.
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