2014 Scholarship Application Open

2014 Scholarship Guide ImageThe Community Foundation of NCW is now accepting applications for scholarships for students planning to attend college or university in the fall of 2014. Over 80 scholarships are available to high school and college students in Chelan, Douglas, and Okanogan counties. Donors establish scholarships for various reasons, and every scholarship is unique. Some focus on specific programs or extra-curricular activities, while others provide opportunities for students who have the greatest financial need.

The deadline for most scholarships is February 15th, with a few exceptions. A Scholarship Guide listing all the scholarships available, deadlines, criteria, and other important details can be found online at our scholarships page, along with instructions on how to apply. This year, the application will be completed online using an interactive form and emailed to our office. Step-by-step instructions for submission are available in the guide and on the website. The foundation will not be accepting or consider any hard copy or mailed applications.

Scholarship Guides have also been distributed to school across the region. Students can inquire with their counseling office for a hard copy, or contact the foundation at 509-663-7716.

2 Comments

  1. Justin Tonasket on January 30, 2015 at 11:23 AM

    I am applying to the Northwest Lineman College in Oroville, CA. I was just looking for scholarships or grants to help out with the tuition fee. Thank You for your time

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