Financial Aid Saturdays at LBCC – Free financial aid help (help filling out the FAFSA, workshops on financial aid and scholarships, information about the Oregon Promise and Oregon Opportunity Grant) with Spanish language assistance available. You do not need to attend LBCC to take part in these sessions! Attend either of two days:
Established in 2002 by former University of Oregon and NFL quarterback, Joey Harrington, the Harrington Family Foundation (HFF) has raised more than $2M for students across the state of Oregon. HFF cultivates the next generation of leaders in the state of Oregon by providing students need-based leadership scholarships, mentorship support, and an active community network.
The Oregon Community Leadership Scholarship is awarded each academic year to four Oregon graduating high school seniors headed to an in-state university, college or trade school. It is a four-year renewable scholarship at $4,000 per year ($16,000 total per student).
Eligible applicants must meet the following criteria: achieve a high school diploma or GED in the state of Oregon, have completed an application to at least one Oregon collegiate program (college or trade school), committed to attend an Oregon college or trade school in the 2020/21 academic year, completed standardized testing required for program admission (SAT or ACT), proof of community involvement/volunteerism, and have financial need.
The Oregon Association of Secondary School Administrators (OASSA) awards two $1000 scholarships each year to graduating seniors from Oregon public high schools. The scholarships may be used for a 2- or 4-year college or university, trade or professional/technical school. These two scholarships are for a son, daughter or dependent child of an OASSA member. Applications must be postmarked by March 16, 2020.
For the 2020 OASSA Scholarship Information and Application CLICK HERE.
Each year COSA sponsors or assists in processing twelve $1,000 college scholarships. These scholarships are given to Oregon seniors attending a 2- or 4-year college or university, trade or professional/technical school.. Applications must be postmarked by March 2, 2020. Results are announced in April. The following is a list of each of the twelve scholarships:
For the 2020 COSA Scholarship Information and Application CLICK HERE..
- California Casualty Partnership (2)
- COSA (7)
- Oregon Association of Latino Administrators (1) Given to deserving Latino student
- NWEA (Northwest Women in Educational Admnistration) (2) Given to young women entering the field of education
Each scholarship application must be signed and endorsed by an active COSA member, such as a principal, assistant principal, central office administrator or superintendent.
Our mission at Education.com is to champion the cause of children’s education and support teachers and parents as they seek to help their kids succeed in school and fall in love with learning. We believe everyone should have an equal opportunity to access education, but we know college tuition costs have significantly risen in the last decade. To better support future educators as they pursue their own education, we’re excited to offer our Classroom to Classroom Scholarship.
If you’re a high school senior about to start your first year of college and can clearly demonstrate outstanding academic achievement, then we want to hear from you! Once per year, we’ll select one winner to receive a $5,000 scholarship to apply towards their education. In addition to this cash award, the winner will also receive two Education.com Lifetime Memberships (one for the winner and one to share with an existing or aspiring K-12 teacher of the winner’s choice).
All applicants for the Classroom to Classroom Scholarship must meet all of the following eligibility requirements to apply:
- Must be a United States citizen or Permanent Resident.
- Open to students from all states.
- Must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.
- Accepted as a full-time student at a 2-year, 4-year, or technical vocational college or university in the United States for the 2020-2021 academic year. We will require proof of enrollment.
- Intent to pursue an Education or closely related degree
- Proof of strong academic performance, leadership, and community service, if applicable.
- Extracurriculars at school
- Community Service
- List of Employment (if applicable)
- If selected, you must provide an official high school transcript for GPA and college enrollment verification.
To Apply: https://www.education.com/scholarships/
Entries may be submitted online (preferred, see below) or sent by email or postal mail. A panel of judges comprised of local writers, activists, and distinguished community members will select the winning entries. The first prize winner will receive a scholarship award of $1,000, the second $750 and the third $500. Oregon PSR will host an awards ceremony in late April in Portland at which the scholarship winners will be honored.
Students from underrepresented communities are encouraged to apply.
All entries are due by 5:00 PM on Monday, March 2nd, 2020.
The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) is a non-profit, educational, service organization for women engaged in engineering or engineering-related occupations. The Willamette Valley Section (WVS) of SWE has the honor to award four scholarships that are kindly sponsored by Georgia Pacific, HP, Inc. Corvallis, the endowment from the Willamette Valley Section of the Society of Women Engineers, and the Roberta Marie Stinson Scholarship Fund. You will only need to fill out one application to be considered
for all four of the following scholarships:
Georgia Pacific Scholarship
HP, Inc Corvallis Scholarship
WVS-SWE Endowment Scholarship
Roberta Marie Stinson Scholarship
The applicant must be a female high school senior planning to enroll in a four or five year ABET accredited engineering program in the fall of 2020 with the intention of pursuing a Bachelor of Science Degree in engineering. In addition, applicants must currently live and attend high school in the Willamette Valley or Central Oregon Coast (region with zip codes 973xx or 974xx). The scholarship will be awarded primarily on the basis of the applicant’s essay, scholastic achievement (minimum GPA of 3.0), community involvement and work experience. The Roberta Marie Stinson Scholarship will be awarded with a preference for students with financial need.