Scholarship VOLUNTEERS

Thank you for being a Scholarship Volunteer and helping award financial assistance to deserving students in North Central Washington!

Here is all the information you need to serve on your committee(s), review applications, and choose your recipient(s).

If you have any questions, please contact Julie Mott at or (509) 663-7716.

1. First, please complete our Confidentiality and Conflict of Interest form, even if you’ve done it in years past.

Since we need your original signature, you'll need to download the form, print and sign, then scan/email or mail it back to us.


2. Applications are now available in our online scholarship management system.

  • Log in here
  • Your username is your email address
  • Your password is the one you have created in years past.  If you have forgotten, click “Forgot Password” and a link will be sent for you to create a new one.

3. Submit your recommendation forms back to us by Friday, April 15th. Your evaluation forms do not need to be submitted back to us, just the recommendation forms.

4. Review the general guidelines on the review process, a step-by-step guide on the online evaluation process and how to log in.

  • Guidelines and selection criteria for your scholarship(s)
  • Recommendation form to let us know your final selections for your scholarship(s)

5. Connect with each other to determine how you’d like to work together to do the reviews and decision-making. You’re welcome to meet via Zoom, by phone, via email, or however works best for your group. (Let me know if you would like me to set up a Zoom meeting for you)

6. Volunteer trainings available. Call or email Julie Mott to set up a time for your group or a one-on-one personal training of how the online computer application system works via zoom. We want you feel comfortable with the online system! We can set up individual one-on-one in person trainings as well.

Scholarship Volunteer Training Video



Xitlali Cruz


I am currently pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Computer Science at Stanford. Since the beginning of my freshman year I have been involved with clubs such as Stanford’s Space Initiative (SSI) and the Society of Latinx Engineers (SOLE). In SSI I built a rocket and launched it.


Aero Methow Rescue Service


Due to being rural, remote, and geographically isolated, we must be prepared to do more than respond to emergencies. We have become a healthcare partner who fills gaps in service. The grant allowed our board the time and ability to work with a Strategic Planner to modify our plan to address those gaps.


Chelan Douglas Volunteer Attorney Services


The grant provided funds to hire a Housing Justice and Outreach Coordinator to visit rural and underserved areas. Rosie’s bilingual and bicultural skills and experience have increased equity of service. Rosie is building partnerships with local organizations through events such as the Columbia Valley Community Health’s Back to School Drive, as well as posting yard signs.

Tenoch Mandujano

Tenoch Mandujano

Scholarship Recipient

My father was a migrant agricultural worker who eventually started his own cherry and apple orchard. He told me if I wanted to live a better life, I had to get an education. I plan on starting a career with the Chelan PUD with a passion for renewable energy and in turn give back to my parents and community for supporting my dreams.

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