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1 Scholarship Guide 2015

2 What is Your Dream for Your Future? Are you a dedicated student? Have you overcome considerable obstacles? Is the cost of going to college a financial strain on your family? No matter what your talents, abilities, or circumstances, your Community Foundation wants to help. The Community Foundation of NCW is home to a large number of funds that award scholarships to help North Central Washington students pursue their dreams and goals at colleges, universities and trade or technical schools. These scholarship funds were established by caring, generous donors who have a passion to provide higher education opportunities through financial assistance to worthy students. Our Application Process You will be applying for our scholarships online through Common Grant Application. The program has many features for students, including the ability to save a draft of an application and return to it later. You can also enter your general information once, and easily apply for multiple scholarships without having to re-enter the same information multiple times. The online system also provides an easy, electronic process for requesting your Letters of Recommendation. Step by step instructions are available in this booklet and at We also encourage you to watch the tutorial video before starting an application to better understand the online system requirements. Applying for Multiple Scholarships You may apply for as many scholarships as you like, as long as you meet each scholarship s criteria. Common Grant Application allows you to enter your general information once, and re-use it to apply for other foundation scholarships. Some scholarships require supplemental material in addition to the general application questions. Application Review Every application is reviewed by members of the Community Foundation s volunteer Scholarship Selection Committee. The application is reviewed first for eligibility as the Community Foundation must adhere to the specific eligibility criteria established by scholarship fund donors. After review, scholarship applications are evaluated on an objective and competitive basis, considering academic and nonacademic factors such as financial need, leadership, community service, and special circumstances. Determining Financial Need Because financial need is a factor in most of our scholarships, the Community Foundation looked for an equitable way to access need among applicants with a variety of family financial situations. Applicants are required to provide the Estimated Expected Family Contribution number calculated by completing the FAFSA or the online FAFSA4caster (with exception of HB1079 applicants). Please read the Financial Need & Expected Family Contribution section of this Scholarship Guide (page 3) for more details on the Statement of Financial Need. Award Announcement and Payment Students will be notified of award status by May 1st. If you are awarded, you will be given a packet with redemption instructions that we ask you to promptly return to the office. Once we receive the signatures and documentation required from the packet, we schedule payment directly to the institution. QUESTIONS? Call us at or 2

3 Financial Need & Expected Family Contribution When donors establish scholarship funds at the Foundation, they tell us the criteria that is most important to them. The selection committees then search for applicants that most closely match that criteria. The majority of the donors choose to make financial need one of the criteria. Our selection committees require a consistent method of evaluating financial information among applicants. The Foundation will accept the Expected Family Contribution (EFC) number from the FAFSA or the FAFSA4Caster Student Aid Report. What is Expected Family Contribution (EFC)? Your EFC is an index number that college financial aid staff use to determine how much financial aid you would receive if you were to attend their school. The information you report on your FAFSA is used to calculate your EFC. The EFC is calculated according to a formula established by law. Your family s taxed and untaxed income, assets, and benefits (such as unemployment or Social Security) all could be considered in the formula. Also considered are your family size and the number of family members who will attend college or career school during the year. The EFC Formula Guide, available at shows exactly how an EFC is calculated. What is the FAFSA? FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is the form used to file for federal student aid, available at You will need your parent s and/or your most recently filed tax records from the year prior to when you will start school. FAFSA forms may be accessed and completed earlier, but cannot be submitted until after January 1. Submit as early in January as possible to allow enough time to process so you do not miss your scholarship application deadline. After you submit the FAFSA, you should receive your Student Aid Report (SAR) within 3 days to 3 weeks. What is the FAFSA4caster? The FAFSA4caster is an online tool to help college-bound students and families anticipate college costs before officially applying for federal student aid. It provides an estimate of federal student aid eligibility by instantly calculating an estimate of the Expected Family Contribution - the indicator used to estimate financial need. Some students aren t able to provide the EFC number because of the federal eligibility requirements for filing FAFSA. HB 1079 students are still eligible to apply for Community Foundation scholarships. Students who qualify for HB 1079 will not need to complete the FAFSA or FAFSA4caster. HB 1079 students will enter 1079 under Other Family Financial Information on the financial portion of the application, and 0 in the fields that require an EFC value. How do I submit my EFC information to my application? You will be asked to input your EFC multiple times on the scholarship application. You will also be asked to attach a copy of the page that verifies the Estimated Family Contribution from either the FAFSA or the FAFSA4caster. HOW TO ACCESS THE FAFSA and the FAFSA4caster for the FAFSA for the FAFSA4caster 3

4 Application Overview The Community Foundation of North Central Washington uses an online scholarship application process provided by Common Grant Application (CGA). Scholarship applications will be available at on December 15. If you need access to a computer to work on your application or a scanner to create PDFs, the Community Foundation can help. Lila Edlund at or call BEFORE ACCESSING THE APPLICATION Review the Scholarship Guide carefully to find every scholarship for which you are eligible to apply. A list sorted by school and/or affiliation is provided in this guide but consider the list only as a starting point. Each scholarship has specific criteria that you must review to determine if you are a match. Highlight or write down the names of the scholarships for which you plan to apply. PLAN AHEAD. The deadline for the majority of the scholarships is February 15th (be sure to check the deadlines printed in this Scholarship Guide for variations). Complete the FAFSA or FAFSA4caster if required. Know the timeline of asking for Supporting Materials (FAFSA, Transcript, and Letters of Recommendation). More detail provided below and on the application. REQUIRED SUPPORTING MATERIALS 1. Expected Family Contribution (EFC) from FAFSA or FAFSA4caster (not required for HB1079 students see detailed information on the application) FAFSA: You will need your parent s and/or your most recently filed tax records. Access the FAFSA form at FAFSA forms may be accessed and completed earlier, but can t be submitted until after January 1. Complete the FAFSA as early in January as possible to allow for processing and not risk missing the scholarship deadline. After you file, you should receive your Student Aid Report (SAR) within three days to three weeks. Note: The FAFSA Summary Report you receive immediately upon submitting your FAFSA is NOT your SAR. FAFSA4caster: You can get an estimate of your EFC by using the FAFSA4caster at estimate. Remember, though, that it s just an estimate and that you will still need to file the FAFSA if you want to apply for Federal Student Aid. IMPORTANT: Create a PDF document only of the page from the SAR that shows the EFC. File size restrictions apply, so please do not upload the entire SAR. 2. Transcript from your school Registrar High School Students: Your transcript must include your senior year, Fall Semester grades. Running Start Students: Submit your college transcript as well as your high school transcript. IMPORTANT: Transcripts often are double-sided. Create a PDF document of both sides. 3. Letters of Recommendation Most scholarships require two recommendations but some require three and specify who they should be from. Follow the instructions on the application carefully. Ask early. Ask in person. Once you have the recommender s agreement to provide you with a recommendation, verify the address they want to use. You will be required to submit their name and in the application. The recommenders will receive an generated by CGA when you submit your application. The will provide instructions on how to submit their letters electronically. 4

5 Application Instructions ONLINE SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS 1. You will need to create a login and password to apply through Common Grant Application. Once you register with Common Grant Application (CGA) your login and password will exist for future use. Choose a login and password you will remember and write it down. Visit and click on the link for New Users. Once you reach the registration page, be sure to select Individual when asked, and to enter Individual under the Organization field. Once you complete the registration page, you will be asked to accept the Terms of Agreement, then you will have an option to Continue to Application or Continue to Dashboard. Click Continue to Application. You will now see the entire list of scholarships available. All of the criteria are listed with each scholarship, which corresponds directly with this Scholarship Guide. You can either scroll the list or enter the name of a scholarship in the search box. To print out a sample copy of the application or watch a brief tutorial on YouTube describing how to fill out and submit your application, select the appropriate options from the Select an Action drop down menu. When you are ready to start, click Start a Draft Application. If there is no Start a Draft App button, the scholarship has not yet opened. 2. Complete the Basic Application. Answer every question in the sections that pertain to you. You don t have to complete the application in one sitting. You can start and stop an application as often as needed before the deadline if it has not been submitted. Everything you've entered will be there when you resume the application. Anytime you need to login to CGA, you will need to do so through the website under Returning User. The essay fields have character limitations. While CGA provides a character count, you may consider constructing your essays in Word or some other program for character counting and pasting into the essay responses. If you are applying for more than one scholarship, the information you enter will be automatically entered on subsequent applications. You will be able to edit/customize each application before you submit it. You can work on only one application at a time. You must submit a fully completed scholarship application before starting another. Upload the Supporting Materials (EFC verification from FAFSA or FAFSA4caster and your transcript) under the Attachments tab. Detailed instructions are on the Attachments page of the application to help. Complete the Certification Page. 3. Preview the application. Review the application carefully for accuracy and completeness. ONCE YOU SUBMIT THE APPLICATION, YOU CAN NO LONGER MAKE CHANGES. if you ve missed a required field or document, CGA will not allow you to submit your application. CGA will display a pop-up message indicating which information is missing. 4. Submit the application. You will receive an confirmation that the application has been successfully submitted. CGA will send s to the recommenders you have provided as soon as you submit your application. We encourage you to submit your application(s) early enough to give the recommenders ample time to complete and submit your letters of recommendation before the deadline. 5. You should login and review the status often to see if the Letters of Recommendation have been submitted. Your application is not complete and will not be accepted unless the required Letters of Recommendation are included. Follow-up with the recommenders as appropriate. 5

6 Scholarship Availability by School and Affiliation The following is a list of scholarships sorted by school and/or special affiliation. The list is provided only as a starting point to help you refine your scholarship search. Each one will have additional eligibility requirements. There may scholarships that you are eligible to apply for that have criteria outside of which high school you attend. Be sure you review all of the scholarships in the Scholarship Guide carefully. ANY WASHINGTON STATE HIGH SCHOOL Andrew York Memorial Scholarship ANY CHELAN, DOUGLAS, GRANT, KITTITAS OKANOGAN OR YAKIMA COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL Country Financial NCW Scholarship ANY CHELAN, DOUGLAS OR OKANOGAN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL AVHRA Human Resource Scholarship Clarence and Della Murray Scholarship Doell Family Scholarship Everett and Roy Hill Music Scholarship Fern Cousineau Duncan Art Scholarship Katie Moore Memorial Nursing Scholarship Marlene & Henry Bauer Scholarship Mission Scholarship Rudolph and Carolyn Christianson Scholarship Sons of Italy Scholarship Stella Knobel & Mary Jean Carter Scholarship ANY CHELAN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL Cancer Care / Betsy Tontini Nursing Scholarship Chelan County Cattlemen s Scholarship Paine Electronics Engineering Scholarship Ronald Dean Estes Scholarship Roy W. Hill Music Scholarship Wenatchee Kiwanis Foundation Scholarship Wenatchee Valley Street Rods Scholarship William and Elizabeth Robinson Scholarship ANY DOUGLAS COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL Cancer Care / Betsy Tontini Nursing Scholarship Douglas County Waste Management Environmental Studies Scholarship Henry Max Galbraith / East Wenatchee Grange No Scholarship Paine Electronics Engineering Scholarship Ronald Dean Estes Scholarship Roy W. Hill Music Scholarship Wenatchee Kiwanis Foundation Scholarship William and Elizabeth Robinson Scholarship ANY GRANT COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL Katie Moore Memorial Nursing Scholarship ANY OKANOGAN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL Okanogan Masonic Lodge #169 / Herbert & Elizabeth Davis Scholarship ANY EASTMONT SCHOOL DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL Keep It In The Valley Scholarship Wenatchee Rotary Foundation Scholarship 6 Wenatchee Valley Street Rods Scholarship ANY LAKE CHELAN SCHOOL DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL Sybil Shearer Nursing Scholarship ANY MANSON SCHOOL DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL Sybil Shearer Nursing Scholarship ANY WENATCHEE SCHOOL DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL Keep It In The Valley Scholarship Wenatchee Rotary Foundation Scholarship ANY YAKIMA VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL Washington Hispanic Roundtable Scholarship BREWSTER HIGH SCHOOL Brewster High School Rawson Scholarship Brewster Mike Marin Memorial Scholarship CASCADE HIGH SCHOOL Grace Motteler Ekman Whitley Scholarship Junior Service League of Wenatchee Scholarship CASHMERE HIGH SCHOOL Junior Service League of Wenatchee Scholarship Keep It In The Valley Scholarship Tanner J. Perry Memorial Scholarship CHELAN HIGH SCHOOL Cone Family Scholarship Jerry Van Winkle Memorial Scholarship Katie and Steven Rolfs Memorial Scholarship LeMaster / Auvil Scholarship Silver Star Chapter #93 Order of the Eastern Star Scholarship EASTMONT HIGH SCHOOL Bob and Nita Paine Scholarship Jerry Van Winkle Memorial Scholarship John and Elnora Smith Scholarship Josh Putman Memorial Scholarship Junior Service League of Wenatchee Scholarship Keep It In The Valley Scholarship LeMaster / Auvil Scholarship Melonye Shurtz Memorial Scholarship Nick Schoffen Music Scholarship Paul Reasor Memorial Scholarship Wenatchee Bowling Association Scholarship Wenatchee Exchange Club Scholarship Wenatchee Women s Bowling Association Opal Wickland Scholarship ENTIAT HIGH SCHOOL Entiat Scholarship Foundation Scholarship

7 Scholarship Availability by School and Affiliation EPHRATA HIGH SCHOOL Ferne Daniel Scholarship MANSFIELD HIGH SCHOOL Ralph and Clara Betcher Scholarship Virgil V. and Pearl E. Gustin Scholarship MANSON HIGH SCHOOL Grace Motteler Ekman Whitley Scholarship Silver Star Chapter #93 Order of the Eastern Star Scholarship PATEROS HIGH SCHOOL Pateros Scholarship QUINCY HIGH SCHOOL Junior Service League of Wenatchee Scholarship Wenatchee Valley Street Rods Scholarship RITZVILLE HIGH SCHOOL Ronald Dean Estes Scholarship RIVER ACADEMY Keep It In The Valley Scholarship TONASKET HIGH SCHOOL Grace Motteler Ekman Whitley Scholarship WATERVILLE HIGH SCHOOL Jerry Van Winkle Memorial Scholarship John and Elnora Smith Foundation Scholarship John and Mary Martin Scholarship Lauren Ludeman Memorial Scholarship LeMaster / Auvil Scholarship Ralph and Clara Betcher Scholarship Rowland and Ethel Slusser Jones Scholarship Virgil V. and Pearl E. Gustin Scholarship Waterville Shocker Scholarship WENATCHEE HGH SCHOOL Bob and Nita Paine Scholarship Bob and Valerie Valaas Health Sciences Scholarship Eric DePersio Memorial Scholarship Fisk and Lila Gerhardt Scholarship Grace Motteler Ekman Whitley Scholarship Hal Newman Memorial Music Scholarship J.D. Riggs Memorial Scholarship Jack and Dede Hill WSU Exchange Club Scholarship Junior Service League of Wenatchee Scholarship Keep It In The Valley Scholarship Lee Bofto Honorary Scholarship Linda M. Safar Memorial Scholarship Sarge Huber Band Scholarship Wenatchee Bowling Association Scholarship Wenatchee Exchange Club Scholarship Wenatchee High School Alumni Foundation Scholarship WHS, Class of Jane Lovejoy Memorial Leadership Scholarship Wenatchee Women s Bowling Association Opal Wickland Scholarship WESTSIDE HIGH SCHOOL Bob and Valerie Valaas Health Sciences Scholarship Eric DePersio Memorial Scholarship Junior Service League of Wenatchee Scholarship Keep It In The Valley Scholarship COLLEGE STUDENTS WENATCHEE VALLEY COLLEGE Altrusa Scholarship Fund of Wenatchee Arlene Birdsell Martin Teaching Scholarship Bolyard Family Nursing Scholarship Cancer Care / Betsy Tontini Nursing Scholarship Dorothy Prewitt Pohlman / AAUW Scholarship Henry Max Galbraith / East Wenatchee Grange No Scholarship Melvin P. Mel & Lyndell Crowder NCW Memorial Horticulture Scholarship Wenatchee Valley Street Rods Scholarship WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY Harry & Kathern Lovejoy Scholarship Melvin P. Mel & Lyndell Crowder NCW Memorial Horticulture Scholarship OTHER CURRENT COLLEGE STUDENTS AVHRA Human Resource Scholarship Chelan County Cattlemen s Scholarship Country Financial NCW Scholarship Katie Moore Memorial Nursing Scholarship NONTRADITIONAL STUDENTS (adults returning to college) Dr. Steven G. Kerr Memorial Medical Scholarship Sybil Shearer Nursing Scholarship AFFILIATIONS CHELAN DOUGLAS COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT #1 Chelan County Fire District #1 Volunteer Assoc. Scholarship KEYES FIBRE CORPORATION Keyes Fibre Corporation / Don Evenhus Scholarship NATIONAL GRAPE COOPERATIVE OR WELCH S EMPLOYEE National/Welch s Fred Killian Memorial Scholarship PAINE ELECTRONICS Paine Electronics Family Scholarship SADDLEROCK EVANGELICAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Bud and Donna Corbin Scholarship Saddlerock Evangelical Presbyterian Church Scholarship Stella Knobel / Saddlerock Evangelical Presbyterian Church Music Scholarship WENATCHEE VALLEY USBC YOUTH BOWLING / WENATCHEE VALLEY USBC Wenatchee Bowling Association Scholarship Wenatchee Women s Bowling Association Opal Wickland Scholarship 7

8 Altrusa Scholarship Fund of Wenatchee APPLICATION DUE: April 1 (paid in equal installments over 2 years) $1,000 Female student graduating this year from Wenatchee Valley College or a female student who graduated from Wenatchee Valley College in a prior year; enrolled as a full-time student at an accredited 4-year college or university in the USA; demonstrates scholastic ability and financial need. Must maintain a GPA of at least 2.0 to keep the scholarship in place the 2nd year. CONTINUATION: Update showing educational progress and a successful academic year are required to keep the scholarship in place the following year. Must submit a Continuation Request (available at www. cfncw.org). Andrew York Memorial Scholarship Determined by committee (will distribute $4,500) Graduating senior from any high school in Washington state; must have been active in school or the community providing awareness to prevent impaired or distracted driving caused by influences such as drug, alcohol, marijuana use or texting while driving; must be accepted into an accredited college, university or trade school. Preference is given to applicants who are active members of IBEW Local 77 or a child or grandchild of an active IBEW Local 77 member with verifiable documentation. IMPORTANT: Financial need is not considered. Arlene Birdsell Martin Teaching Scholarship Determined by committee (will distribute $2,300) Current student graduating from Wenatchee Valley College; seeking a teaching degree at a 4-year college or university. Preference given to English majors. Possible. Must reapply and will compete with new applicants. AVHRA Human Resource Scholarship $500 A graduating senior from a Chelan Douglas or Okanogan county high school OR a college student pursuing a career in Human Resources (i.e. organizational development, labor relations, employment law); will be a full-time student at a 4-year college or university in Washington State OR at Wenatchee Valley College; must have a minimum GPA of 3.0; demonstrates financial need; demonstrates strong moral character and service to the community. SUPPLEMENTAL: Must include an essay addressing What is your understanding of the HR organizational role and how do you plan to contribute to the effectiveness of the role?. 8

9 Bob and Nita Paine Scholarship $1,500 Graduating senior of Wenatchee or Eastmont high school; will attend Washington State University as a full time student; minimum GPA 3.0; demonstrates financial need; demonstrates involvement in school and community activities.. Bob and Valerie Valaas Health Sciences Scholarship Determined by committee (will distribute $1,590) Graduating senior of Wenatchee or Westside High School; plans to enter the Allied Health Program at Wenatchee Valley College; minimum 2.5 GPA; demonstrates financial need; demonstrates interest and potential aptitude in the health field; demonstrates concern for others. Possible. Must reapply and compete with new applicants. Bolyard Family Nursing Scholarship APPLICATION DUE: June 1 Determined by committee (will distribute $5,275) Second year nursing student enrolled full-time at Wenatchee Valley College; demonstrates high moral character; demonstrates financial need. SUPPLEMENTAL: Essay addressing why you chose nursing as a career. (300 word limit) Not Available Brewster High School Rawson Scholarship (one will be at least $1,000) Determined by committee (will distribute $1,850) Graduating senior of Brewster High School who demonstrates scholastic ability, strong moral character and integrity; based on need and potential (not demonstrated solely by grades). Possible. Must reapply and will compete with new applicants. Brewster Mike Marin Memorial Scholarship Determined by committee (will distribute $850) Graduating senior of Brewster High School who demonstrates scholastic ability, strong moral character and integrity; based on need and potential (not demonstrated solely by grades). Possible. Must reapply and will compete with new applicants. 9

10 Bud and Donna Corbin Scholarship Determined by committee (will distribute $4,000) Graduating senior (public, private or home-schooled graduates) affiliated with Saddlerock Evangelical Presbyterian Church; demonstrates financial need. SUPPLEMENTAL: Statement addressing your involvement at Saddlerock Evangelical Presbyterian Church (150 word limit). Possible if funds are available. Must reapply and will compete with new applicants. Cancer Care / Betsy Tontini Nursing Scholarship Determined by committee (will distribute $3,000) Graduating senior of a Chelan or Douglas County High School or a current Wenatchee Valley College student; plans to enroll or is enrolled in the nursing program at Wenatchee Valley College; minimum 3.0 GPA; demonstrates proven leadership ability by participation in community service and extracurricular activities; demonstrates a significant chance of success; demonstrates financial need. Possible after acceptance into the nursing program. Must reapply and will compete with new applicants. Cathryn Kate George Frechen Scholarship NO. OF AWARDS: Two $200 each Graduating senior of Pewamo-Westphalia Community Schools in Pewamo, Michigan; seeking further education in an accredited education program in the USA; demonstrates financial need; is a promising student (not necessarily demonstrated solely by grades) with potential scholastic ability; displays strong moral character and integrity. SUPPLEMENTAL: Brief essay answering the question What do you like doing?. Chelan County Cattlemen s Scholarship Determined by committee (will distribute $1,750) Graduating senior of a Chelan County high school or a current college student who graduated from a Chelan County high school; will major in agriculture, vet medicine, home economics or family studies. Children or grandchildren of members of the former Chelan County Cattlemen s Association are given preference. SUPPLEMENTAL: If you are a child or grandchild of a member of the former Chelan County Cattlemen s Association, attach a statement telling us the member s name and your relationship to them.. 10

11 Chelan County Fire District #1 Volunteer Association Scholarship Determined by committee (will distribute $1,225) A member or retired member in good standing of the Chelan County Fire District #1 Volunteers Association or Chelan Douglas County Firefighter Association for at least one year OR be a spouse, child or grandchild of a member. SUPPLEMENTAL: Statement addressing your relationship to the Chelan County Fire District #1 Volunteers Association or the Chelan Douglas County Firefighter Association. Possible. Must reapply and will compete with new applicants. Clarence and Della Murray Scholarship. Determined by committee (will distribute $5,100). Award paid over 2 years. Graduating senior of a Chelan, Douglas or Okanogan county high school; based on financial need and potential scholastic ability; demonstrates strong moral character and integrity. CONTINUATION: Update showing educational progress and a successful academic year are required to keep the scholarship in place the following year. Must submit a Continuation Request (available at Cone Family Scholarship Determined by committee (will distribute $1,900) Graduating senior of Chelan High School who will be attending an accredited 4-year college; demonstrates financial need. Possible. Must reapply and will compete with new applicants. Country Financial NCW Scholarship $500 Be a current graduating senior or a student who graduated in the past two years from a Chelan, Douglas, Okanogan, Yakima, Kittitas or Grant county high school; will be a full-time student at an accredited 2-year or 4-year college in the USA; demonstrates financial need that is a direct result of the death of a parent or guardian (i.e. no life insurance); academic score/rank is not a requirement. SUPPLEMENTAL: A brief essay (500 words or less) addressing "How the loss of your parent or guardian has affected your life financially. Include how the loss impacted your college plans (for example; college choice, affordability, etc.) and how you have provided for yourself or other family members in the face of financial challenges.". Doell Family Scholarship Determined by committee (will distribute $2,550) Graduating senior of a Chelan, Douglas or Okanogan county high school; plans to major in journalism or music; demonstrates financial need, potential and scholastic ability. 11

12 Dorothy Prewitt Pohlman / AAUW Scholarship APPLICATION DUE: April 1 NO. OF AWARDS: Two $1,500 each Current or former female student at Wenatchee Valley College; must have completed a minimum of 60 cumulative credits at Wenatchee Valley College (completion of an AA degree is not required); must be accepted at a 4-year college in Washington state with plans to pursue a bachelor s degree; successful candidate(s) will be attending the 4-year school in the fall of Possible. Must reapply and will compete with new applicants. Douglas County Waste Management Environmental Studies College Scholarship Determined by committee (will distribute $1,300) Graduating senior of a Douglas County high school; will major in environmental science or environmental engineering. Dr. Steven G. Kerr Memorial Medical Scholarship $500 Non-traditional student (adult returning to college) at Wenatchee Valley College enrolled in the Allied Health Program. Possible. Must reapply and will compete with new applicants. Entiat Scholarship Foundation Scholarship Determined by committee (will distribute $2,000) Current graduate of Entiat High School seeking further education in an accredited educational program in the USA. Eric DePersio Memorial Scholarship NO. OF AWARDS: Two $1,000 each Graduating senior of Wenatchee or Westside High School; demonstrates financial need, potential and scholastic ability; demonstrates significant improvement academically and/or has overcome obstacles during high school. 12

13 Everett & Roy Hill Music Scholarship Determined by committee (will distribute $12,750). Award paid over 2 years. Graduating senior from a Chelan, Douglas or Okanogan County high school; major or minor in the field of music; demonstrates financial need. CONTINUATION: Student must show educational progress in the field of music and maintain a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 to keep the scholarship in place the second year. Must submit a Continuation Request (available at Fern Cousineau Duncan Art Scholarship Determined by committee (will distribute $3,675) Applicant must be pursuing art as a career, not just as a hobby; graduating senior from a Chelan, Douglas or Okanogan county high school; demonstrates financial need. Candidates will present a minimum of 10 pieces (Don t send with your application. You will be contacted with further information). See your art department for details. Ferne Daniel Scholarship Determined by committee (will distribute $2,675) Graduating senior from Ephrata High School seeking further education at a 4-year college or university in Washington State; majoring in education and/or agriculture or related areas; demonstrates scholastic ability and financial need. Possible. Must reapply and will compete with new applicants. Fisk and Lila Gerhardt Scholarship NO. OF AWARDS: Four Determined by committee (will distribute $8,000). Award paid over 2 years Graduating senior of Wenatchee High School; minimum 3.8 GPA; attending 4-year college or university. CONTINUATION: Update showing educational progress and a successful academic year are required to keep the scholarship in place the second year. Must submit a Continuation Request (available at www. cfncw.org). Grace Motteler Ekman Whitley Scholarship NO. OF AWARDS: Multiple. Awards are made to each school. Determined by committee Graduating high school senior from Cascade (Leavenworth), Manson, Tonasket and Wenatchee High Schools; must have a GPA; successful candidates will be those who, though maybe not having the highest grades, demonstrate perseverance, commitment and a determination to improve their future through education. SUPPLEMENTAL: Essay addressing difficulties you have overcome and how your future can be improved through education. (300 word limit) 13

14 Hal Newman Memorial Music Scholarship $2,650 Graduating senior of Wenatchee High School; seeking further education in instrumental or vocal music at a 4-year college or university. Harry & Kathern Lovejoy Scholarship APPLICATION DUE: June 1 Determined by committee (will distribute $10,925) Open to transfer, non-traditional and graduate students that have completed the minimum credit hours to be considered a third year student at Washington State University; will attend WSU as a full time student majoring in studies that directly relate to agriculture issues (may include majors outside the College of Agriculture, Human and National Resource Sciences as long as your future work will directly impact the broad community of agriculture); demonstrates potential to impact agricultural advancements as evidenced by professor recommendations; demonstrates commitment to their studies as documented by GPA (at least 3.0), classroom performance and any direct work experience in an agriculture related industry; demonstrates financial need; preference will be given to applicant from Central Washington defined by Chelan, Douglas, Okanogan, Ferry and Grant counties. Possible. Must reapply and compete with current applicants. Scholarship is available for graduate school only if applicant received the scholarship as an undergraduate. Henry Max Galbraith / East Wenatchee Grange No Scholarship Determined by committee (will distribute $775) Douglas County resident; graduating senior enrolled at Wenatchee Valley College or a first or second year student at Wenatchee Valley College; enrolled at Wenatchee Valley College in either agriculture/ag-related field of study OR in Allied Health Program; exhibits a balanced combination of character, academic achievement, community involvement, college motivation and financial need. Possible. Must reapply and will compete with new applicants. J. D. Riggs Memorial Scholarship $1,500 Graduating senior of Wenatchee High School; will major in the performing arts field, specifically acting or singing; must have a minimum GPA of 2.5; demonstrates talent, drive and the ability to overcome obstacles. IMPORTANT: Three letters of recommendation are required and must be from either your school activities adviser, employer, community activity supervisor or coach. Applications are eliminated if recommendations differ from the requirement. 14

15 Jack and Dede Hill WSU Exchange Club Scholarship $750 Graduating senior of Wenatchee High School; must be accepted at Washington State University; based on scholarship, leadership and community service. Possible for last year s recipient only. Must reapply and will compete with new applicants Jerry Van Winkle Memorial Scholarship $1,000 Graduating senior from Waterville High School; OR is also open to students who attended Orondo School and are graduating from Chelan or Eastmont high school; will attend a 2-year or 4-year university or a vocational, technical, trade school in the USA as a full time student; minimum GPA of 2.5; based on financial need, strong moral character and demonstrated personal growth throughout high school. Recognition is given to a student who has turned it around academically. John and Elnora Smith Scholarship NO. OF AWARDS: Three Determined by committee (will distribute $2,500) Three scholarships are awarded to 1) a graduating senior of Waterville High School; 2) a graduating senior of Eastmont High School who is a resident of the Orondo School District; and 3) a graduating senior of Eastmont High School who is a resident of the Eastmont School District; will attend a 2-year or 4-year university or a vocational, technical, trade school; based on scholarship, citizenship, service to the community and financial need. John and Mary Martin Scholarship $425 Graduating senior from Waterville High School; will attend 2-year or 4-year university or a vocational, technical, trade school; primarily based on financial need. Josh Putman Memorial Scholarship $700 Graduating senior of Eastmont High School; accepted to an accredited educational program in the USA; minimum 2.5 GPA; demonstrates financial need. Preference is given to those who may not have the highest grades, but have shown perseverance and commitment to success and academic improvement. 15

16 Junior Service League of Wenatchee Scholarship $1,000 Graduating senior from Wenatchee, Westside, Eastmont, Cashmere, Leavenworth or Quincy High School; will attend a 2-year, 4-year or technical school as a full time student; minimum GPA of 2.75; demonstrates leadership ability, especially in community service activities. Priority is given to a student who has overcome an obstacle later in life (for example, homelessness ), and/or is a child or grandchild of a Junior Service League of Wenatchee member. SUPPLEMENTAL: Think of a tough time or challenge in your life. 1) In one paragraph, please share why this time in your life was difficult. 2) In a second paragraph please explain how this has changed your life or what you learned from it. 3) If you are a child or grandchild of a JSLW member, please state that relationship. Katie and Steven Rolfs Memorial Scholarship $350 Graduating senior of Chelan High School; must be a worthy student that would not meet eligibility requirements for most scholarships. Katie Moore Memorial Nursing Scholarship APPLICATION DUE: June 1 $1,000 Female; third year nursing student; seeking a Bachelor of Science degree as a full time student in the nursing program at a 4-year college or university in the United States; graduated from a Chelan, Douglas, Grant or Okanogan county high school; minimum GPA of 3.5; demonstrates financial need. Priority is given to students interested in pediatric nursing and having experience with an ill child and their family and friends. SUPPLEMENTAL: Essay addressing What motivated you to become a nurse and what experiences were involved in your decision. Also address any experience you ve had with an ill child and their family and friends. (500 word limit) Possible. Must reapply and compete with new applicants. Keep it in the Valley Scholarship APPLICATION DUE: April 1 NO. OF AWARDS: Up to 15 $1,500 each SUPPLEMENTAL: Graduating senior from Cashmere, Eastmont, River Academy, Wenatchee or Westside High Schools or home-schooled students in the same school districts as those named schools; will attend Wenatchee Valley College as a full time student; minimum GPA of 2.0. Essay addressing Someone is paying it forward for you by providing this scholarship to WVC. What s your thought of paying it forward for someone else? (150 word limit) 16

17 Keyes Fibre Corporation / Don Evenhus Scholarship Determined by committee (will distribute $2,220) Dependent children (up to age 26) of current employees at the Molded Fibre Plant in Wenatchee. High school sophomores applying for junior year Running Start and high school juniors applying for senior year Running Start are eligible to apply for costs associated with books and fees. Possible. Must reapply and will compete with new applicants. Lake Chelan Rotary Scholarship Determined by committee Graduating senior from a high school in the Lake Chelan or Manson school districts; has a career goal; demonstrates the Rotary motto of Service Above Self through participation in school and community activities; demonstrates a commitment to advancing world understanding, goodwill and peace through fellowship. Possible for previous year recipients only. Lauren Ludeman Memorial Scholarship Determined by committee (will distribute $2,400) Graduating senior from Waterville High School; demonstrates strong moral character and leadership through volunteerism and service to family and community; seeking further education at an accredited educational program in the USA; minimum 2.5 GPA; demonstrates financial need. Possible. Must reapply and compete with new applicants. Lee Bofto Honorary Scholarship Determined by committee (will distribute $925) Graduating senior of Wenatchee High School who has participated in athletics or served the WHS athletic department in some way; minimum 2.5 GPA and passed the WASL or equivalent exam; demonstrates financial need. LeMaster/Auvil Scholarship NO. OF AWARDS: Multiple - awards made in each school Determined by committee Graduating senior of Chelan, Eastmont and Waterville high schools; based on financial need, leadership qualities, academic potential, participation in extracurricular activities and demonstrated ability to overcome obstacles; must attend a post-secondary school in Washington State; cumulative 2.5 GPA; priority given to students who attended Orondo School. 17

18 Linda M. Safar Memorial Scholarship $525 Graduating senior from Wenatchee High School seeking further education as a full-time student at an accredited 2-year or 4-year college or university in the United States; will major studies leading to a career that addresses social justice needs (i.e. law, social work, health); demonstrates financial need and involvement in school and community activities. SUPPLEMENTAL: Essay addressing your commitment to social justice issues and causes. (500 word limit) Marlene & Henry Bauer Scholarship $4,000 (distributed over 4 years) Graduating senior of a Chelan, Douglas or Okanogan county high school or a nontraditional student (adult returning to college) who will attend a community college as a full-time student; must be pursuing a career in business, marketing, management, accounting or other business related field; minimum 2.5 GPA; demonstrates financial need. Must be enrolled at a community college in the fall of CONTINUATION: Continuing as a full-time student in a business related major and maintaining at least a 2.0 GPA are required to keep the award in place in subsequent years. Must submit a Continuation Request (available at Melonye Shurtz Memorial Scholarship $300 Graduating senior of Eastmont High School; minimum 3.0 GPA; full-time student pursuing further education in a service related field such as teaching, medical, social work, etc. SUPPLEMENTAL: Essay on the subject, What difference can one person with a caring heart make? (300 word limit) Melvin P. Mel & Lyndell Crowder NCW Memorial Horticulture Scholarship Determined by committee (will distribute $7,400) Currently enrolled in the Tree Fruit Production Program at Wenatchee Valley College OR the Tree Fruit Management in the Horticulture Program at WSU. Possible. Must reapply and will compete with new applicants. 18

19 Mission Scholarship APPLICATION DUE: April 1 $1,000 travel award (not to be used for education) Plan to travel to Latin America to provide community service through a qualified church or 501(c) (3) and will complete the mission within two years of the award; must be a junior or senior from a Chelan, Douglas or Okanogan county high school. SUPPLEMENTAL: Though it isn t necessary to have a specific plan in place, address your desire/dream and timeframe for a mission trip (500 word limit). National /Welch s Fred Killian Memorial Scholarship Determined by committee (will distribute $1,740) Graduating high school senior whose parent or guardian is a current member of the National Grape Cooperative or is a current employee of Welch s; minimum GPA of 2.5; is active in community leadership; is seeking further education in an accredited educational program in the United States. SUPPLEMENTAL: Statement addressing your relationship with the National Grape Cooperative or Welch s. Nick Schoffen Music Scholarship Determined by committee (will distribute $1,500) Graduating senior of Eastmont High School pursuing music education at an accredited educational program in the USA. Okanogan Masonic Lodge #169 - Herbert and Elizabeth Davis Scholarship NO. OF AWARDS: Multiple, determined by committee Varies. Determined by committee (typically $500 - $1,000) Graduating senior of an Okanogan county high school. Paine Electronics Engineering Scholarship $10,000 (paid over 4 years) Major in mechanical or electrical engineering; graduating senior of a Chelan or Douglas county high school; minimum 3.0 GPA; demonstrates financial need. CONTINUATION: Continuing to major in mechanical or electrical engineering and a successful academic year are required to keep the award in place the following year. Must submit a Continuation Request (available at 19

20 Paine Electronics Family Scholarship NO. OF AWARDS: Two $4,000 (paid over 4 years) Graduating senior of any high school whose parents are employed by Paine Electronics; seeking further education at any technical, community college or university in the USA; minimum 2.5 GPA. CONTINUATION: Update showing educational progress and a successful academic year are required to keep the scholarship in place the following year. Must submit a Continuation Request (available at www. cfncw.org). Pateros Scholarship Determined by committee (will distribute $15,650) Graduating senior from Pateros High School seeking further education at an accredited 2-year or 4-year college, university or trade school. Possible. Must reapply and compete with new applicants. Paul Reasor Memorial Scholarship $550 Graduating senior of Eastmont High School accepted to an accredited educational program in the USA; have a GPA between 2.8 and 3.5; must have participated in a varsity sport for a minimum of 2 years. SUPPLEMENTAL: Essay addressing how athletics has influenced your life and how participating in them has inspired your future educational goals. (300 word limit) IMPORTANT: Letters of recommendation must include one from a coach and one from a teacher. Applications are eliminated if recommendations differ from the requirement. Ralph and Clara Betcher Scholarship or two determined by committee Determined by committee (will distribute $9,000). Award paid over 2 years. Current or past graduate of Waterville or Mansfield High School; will attend a vocational, trade/ technical school or will major at a community college in a trade or skill; post-secondary school must be in Washington, Oregon or Idaho; primarily based on financial need. Update showing education progress and a successful academic year is required to keep the scholarship in place the 2nd year. Must submit a Continuation Request (available at org). 20

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