Skagit Valley College Scholarships
Calling All Colors Quarterly Scholarship
Available to first generation college students who have been successful in school and are actively involved in the Calling All Colors Club. Application deadline is:
Noon November 18, 2016 - Winter Quarter 2017
Noon February 17, 2017 - Spring Quarter, 2017
Noon June 9, 2017 - Fall Quarter 2017
Skagit Valley College Foundation
The Skagit Valley College Foundation offers a wide variety of scholarships each year to eligible students. To apply for any of the Foundation Scholarships you must complete only one SVC Foundation Scholarship Application and submit it to the Financial Aid Office along with a one-page, single-spaced essay about yourself. The application form and a list of Foundation Scholarships are available on the SVC website at http://www.skagit.edu/news.asp_Q_pagenumber_E_136. Applications for the 2017/2018 academic year will be accepted from November 28th, 2016 until 5:00pm on March 10, 2017. No early or late applications will be accepted. Only one application will be accepted, and only during the open application period. Your application will be considered for all of the Foundation Scholarships for which you are eligible. Scholarship recipients will be notified of their award at the Honors Reception in the spring. Scholarships will be awarded based on information provided on the application. Changes to the information on the application will result in an eligibility review by the Scholarship Committee.
Carlos R. Ordóñez Memorial Scholarship
Awarded to a graduating Spanish speaking immigrant high school senior with a 2.5 GPA planning to enroll at Skagit Valley College. Preference given to a nominated Champion of Diversity.
¡Adelante! Fund Scholarships
Scholarships range from $1,000 - $3,000. Criteria vary by scholarship program. Deadline is May 28th. There is also a chance to win free airline tickets! The ¡Adelante! Fund is partnering with Continental Airlines for the "Destino: Latinoamérica" essay/video contest.
Visit http://www.adelantefund.org for more information.
African American Scholarship Program
Visit the Seattle Foundation website to see information on a variety of scholarships for African American students including: Alpha Omicron Boule Scholarship, BAM!(Blacks at Microsoft), Patricia Fisher Endowed Scholarship, Dorothy E. General Scholarship, Yes You Can Scholarship. www.seattlefoundation.org/africanamericanscholarships
African American Jewish Coalition
The June R. Chaus Scholarship assists students who are committed to working for social justice, and who may be disadvantaged due to race, ethnicity, national background, religious affiliation or sexual orientation. Alternately, students who have been inspired to work for constructive social change due to one or more of the above factors are also welcome to apply. Annual scholarships of up to $1500 each may be awarded to applicants who meet the following criteria: a)have been admitted to an approved undergraduate or graduate institution in the Pacific NW; b)are pursuing studies in Human Services, Health Care, Education, Public Affairs or a related field; c)have demonstrated financial need; have demonstrated strong financial aptitude; d)successfully complete a competitive 500-word essay on an assigned topic (see website); f)are considered to be minority students, based on race, ethnicity, religious affiliation, or sexual orientation.
See website for further guidelines, information, and application http://www.africanamericanjewishcoalition.org/scholarship.html , or contact firstname.lastname@example.org. We welcome your application between January 1 and April 30 each year. Applications received before or after this period will not be considered.
American Indian Endowed Scholarship
See the listing under Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board for further information, or call 360-753-7843. Specific application info available at http://www.readysetgrad.org/college/american-indian-endowed-scholarship . Application deadline is February 1, every year.
Asian American Journalists
Offers up to $2500 and other scholarships to students studying journalism in the fall. Three current opportunities are: Northwest Journalists of Color Scholarship – up to $2500 in scholarship money to students who intend to pursue careers in journalism. Eligible applicants are Washington state residents who will attend a college or university in Washington in the fall; Founders' Shcolarship – covers a student registration fee and a small travel stipend for the 2010 AAJA National Convention, held Aug 4-7 in Los Angeles; AAJA Seattle/911 Media Arts Student Scholarship is awarded to two students to AAJA Seattle students members for up to $500 in costs of recipient's classes, computer lab and rental fees at the 911 Media Arts Center in Seattle's University District.
Visit http://www.aaja.org for further information, or contact scholarship co-chair Venice Buhain at email@example.com. Deadline for all three scholarships is May 1, every year
College Success Foundation
Several scholarship awards of up to $5000 per year for four years to eligible students. Minimum requirements include: Washington residency (of one-year or more), enrollment as a college freshman or sophomore or as a high school senior who has applied for and been accepted into a four year college/university, completion of FAFSA-Free Application for Federal Student Aid, income limitations (see link), minimum 2.75 GPA, plans to continue enrollment as a full-time (12 quarter credits) student. For further information, application instructions, and other resources for financing your education; visit the scholarship link on the College Success Foundation website, http://collegesuccessfoundation.org/wa/home
Gaseo Migrant Center Gloria & Joseph Mattera National Scholarship Fund For Migrant Children
Assists migrant farm worker youth who have the potential and desire to further their education to achieve their personal and career goals. The Fund grants approximately 100 awards annually ranging from $150 to $500. Eligible applicants must have: a)recent history of movement for agricultural employment – priority will be given to current interstate migrant youth; b)scholastic potential; c)financial need; d)enrolled in or accepted at an accredited public or private college, technical or vocational school. See the website for further information and an application http://migrant.net/migrant/sch-mattera.htm . There is no deadline for applications which are reviewed on a case by case basis. Students may reapply annually but are limited to one award per 12 month period.
HACU applauds your initiative in searching for a scholarship! We hope that we will be able to assist you in defraying some of your college expenditures. Each scholarship has specific criteria, so please review each one carefully. In addition, all scholarship applicants MUST meet the following criteria:
- Demonstrate financial need and be eligible for Federal Financial Aid (student must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident).
- Meet specific criteria for the scholarships to which they are applying.
- Attend a HACU-member college or university in the U.S. or Puerto Rico.
Application Deadline: Get more info at www.hacu.net/scholarships
Indian Health Service Scholarship Program
The IHS Scholarship Program, created by the authority of the Indian Health Care Improvement Act, is designed to help the agency achieve the mission of raising the physical, mental, social and spiritual health of American Indians and Alaska Natives to the highest level. Scholarships are available to eligible American Indian and Alaskan Natives focused on the health care profession in a variety of fields. Applications, Eligibility Criteria, and the Student Handbook may be downloaded from the HIS website http://www.scholarship.ihs.gov. Application handbooks are also available at the Mount Vernon SVC Financial Aid Office. Deadline is typically late April new applications, check the website for details. Telephone inquires to 301-443-6197.
The Lucille and Edward R. Roybal Foundation Public Health Scholarship Program
The Lucille and Edward R. Roybal Foundation is currently not accepting applications for scholarships. See http://www.roybalfoundation.org/ for more information.
Millennium Challenge Corporation
The Millenium Challenge Corporation's (MCC) Department of Congressional and Public Affairs (CPA), is currently recruiting candidates for the summer 2010 internship session. Internships are available in the following areas: media design, congressional affairs, and public affairs. CPA is responsible for increasing public awareness of MCC's mission, goals, and its accomplishments. The Department manages MCC's relationship with members of the House and Senate, Office of Management and Budget, NGOs, think tanks, the private sector, as well as inter-agency Board representatives. In addition, CPA produces all MCC materials for public distribution, coordinates all agency public events, manages MCC's visual brand identity worldwide, and is responsible for maintaining the MCC public and internal websites. For more information and to apply online visit: http://www.avuecentral.com/vacancy.html?ref=LCZFZ Applications will be accepted through July 31st.
National Health Service Corps Scholarship
The National Health Service Corps scholarship pays tuition, required fees, and some other education costs, tax free, for as many as four years. Education costs may include books, clinical supplies, laboratory expenses, instruments, two sets of uniforms and travel for one clinical rotation. Recipients also receive a monthly living stipend ($1,269 in 2009-2010). The stipend is taxable.National Health Service Corps scholars are committed to serve one year for each year of support (minimum of two years service) at an approved site in a high-need Health Professional Shortage Area soon after they graduate, serve a primary care residency (family medicine, general pediatrics, general internal medicine, obstetrics/gynecology or psychiatry for physicians and general or pediatric for dentists) and are licensed. For more information, see http://nhsc.bhpr.hrsa.gov/scholarship/. Submit your application by 5:00 p.m. EST on Thursday, June 9, 2011.
Northwest Hawai'i Ohana (NWHO) Scholarship
One annual award of $500 to an eligible student. Top priority given to a member, or dependent of NWHO. Second priority to the child of a Hawai'i high school graduate. Information and application form available at http://nwhawaiiohana.webs.com/scholarships.htm.
These Scholarships are due in early May every year.
Pride Foundation / Greater Seattle Business Association
Over $350,000 (over 50 types of scholarships with awards up to $10,000) is available to People of Color, Potential Leaders in the LGBT community, Students raised by Lesbian/Gay parents, and students who are straight allies and are committed to civil rights for the LGBTQ community. Applications and information available at www.PrideFoundation.org or www.thegsbascholarship.org.
SEAMAR Community Health Center Farm Worker Scholarship
Each year Sea Mar gives $1000 Farm Worker College Scholarships to low-income college students from Washington seasonal or migrant farm worker families, who are currently enrolled in a college or university, and who are planning to continue their education in the next academic year. Students who have previously received Sea Mar scholarships are not eligible. The application with full instructions is available at www.seamar.org. For more information, please contact Colleen Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 206-763-5277.
January - Scholarship applications are available.
March - Applications are due.
April - Scholarship awards are announced.
Sealaska Heritage Institute
Applicants must be: Alaska Natives who are defined as "Native" under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) and enrolled to Sealaska Corp.; or, Native lineal descendants of Alaska Natives enrolled to Sealaska Corp., whether or not the applicant owns Sealaska Corp. stock. Be accepted or admitted into an accredited college/university or an accredited voc/tech school. Be a full-time student (generally 12 credits per semester for undergraduates, 9 credits per semester for graduate students).Application and information available at http://www.sealaskaheritage.org/programs/scholarships.html. Application deadline March 1 every year.
USA Funds Access To Education
Are open to high school seniors, currently enrolled college or professional degree students who: plan to enroll in a full- or half-time undergraduate or full-time graduate or professional degree at an accredited 2-4 year school beginning with fall term 2010,; have an adjusted gross family income of $35,000 or less on a 2009 federal 1040 tax return on which the student was claimed as a federal tax exemption,; are US citizens or eligible noncitizens (see website for additional information and criteria.) Application Deadline is Feb. 15 every year. Get all the information at http://www.usafunds.org/students/Pages/Access2EdSchol.aspx
Is a new, one-stop, free, student-centered, online clearing house for Washington students seeking college scholarships. Launched in January 2010 by the public/private Washington Scholarship Coalition, this site is designed to make it easier for Washington students to efficiently find and apply for relevant scholarships. This user-friendly site allows students to search and apply for verified scholarships that are specific to their academic interests, college or university, or other criteria. Visit http://www.thewashboard.org for further information.
To find out more about our multicultural scholarships or other scholarship options available at SVC, please contact our Financial Aid Office at (360) 416-7666, or email: email@example.com
For information directly related to Multicultural Student Services, contact:
Yadira Rosales, Director
Multicultural Student Services