Wonderful Scholarships for Students in Washington for 2019-2020
Thinking about how to afford college? Washington scholarships are a common form of support for education and many small local scholarships go unclaimed each year. At Going Merry we bring local and statewide scholarships to you and let you fill out your applications all in one place! Make sure to take full advantage of scholarships your community has available to you.
Here are just two of the many scholarships available for students in Washington. To see the full list of your eligible scholarships, sign up for Going Merry.
Provider: Janice Knight and the Community of Tri-Cities, Washington
Amount: Up to $5,000
This scholarship was created especially for homeless teens in the Tri-Cities area to ensure that the future generations of Tri-Cities are educated and not left behind due to lack of college funds. Everyone deserves a chance to better themselves and aide their future.
Provider: The Pacific Northwest Association for College Admission Counseling
Amount: Up to $1,000
PNACAC represents college admissions professionals in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington. The Pacific Northwest Association for College Admission Counseling (PNACAC) will be awarding ten total scholarships. Five $1,000 scholarships and five $500 scholarships.
Provider: The Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist
The George and Dorothy Marsden Scholarship Fund was established by Mrs. Marsden to help academically promising students from the Inland Northwest maximize their potential at the world’s best colleges and universities. “My intentions would be wholly fulfilled,” she wrote, if “… our young people … go to the great universities of the world as designated Marsden Scholars.” Up to two new Marsden Scholars are named each spring from high school seniors whose permanent legal residence is within the Episcopal Diocese of Spokane, and a number of scholarships are renewed.
Provider: Western Governors’ Association
Amount: Up to $1,200
Celebrate the West is a regional art competition that challenges high school students to create works inspired by their state. Submissions are due in April, and winners will be announced at the WGA Annual Meeting in North Dakota.
Provider: Daughters of the Pioneers of Washington
The memorial scholarship was established in May of 1940 as a way to honor our pioneer ancestors. Each year, two worthy applicants are awarded $1500. In order to be eligible for the scholarship you must be a pioneer descendent and either a full-time junior, senior or graduate student enrolled at a accredited Washington state institution. Preference given to History, Education and English majors.
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