Scholarships

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University                                                                                                                                                                                     ERAU, the world’s leader in Aviation and Aerospace Education, now housing the nation’s first College of Security and Intelligence — is proud to present the Embry-Riddle Launch Scholarship for recognition of projects that display excellence in the fields of aviation, aerospace, and security and intelligence.  Each student receives a renewable scholarship for $2,000 per year for a total of $8,000, redeemable at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott, AZ.

The Evergreen State College
The Evergreen State College Natural and Physical Science Awards include a one-year full tuition scholarship and three one-quarter scholarships. Students eligible are grades 10-12 participating in the Washington State Science and Engineering Fair. Once enrolled, instead of choosing a predefined major, you design an academic pathway that is unique to your interests and development during college.

Ohio Wesleyan University
Twenty Outstanding Achievements in Science Scholarships are offered by Ohio Wesleyan University, a national liberal arts and sciences university with a major international presence. Each scholarship is $20,000 renewable for four years; total value for each scholarship is $80,000. OWU’s science facilities include the state-of-the- art Schimmel/Conrades Science Center, two observatories, two nature preserves, a greenhouse and a vast science library. Arts facilities include two stages, 2-D & 3-D art, Richard M. Ross Art Museum and top music facilities.

Seattle Pacific University
Nearly 120 years old, SPU is nestled in a residential neighborhood just 10 minutes from the heart of Seattle. Their outstanding scholarship and thoughtful faith is a powerful combination that brings about change in the lives of graduates and in the people and communities they go on to serve. Seattle Pacific University is pleased to award three $2,000 renewable ($24,000 total) scholarships.

Washington State University – College of Arts and Sciences
The Washington State University College of Arts and Sciences offers academic programs in social and natural sciences, mathematics, humanities and performing arts. Students learn to communicate effectively, build or increase their cultural
literacy and develop analytical and critical thinking skills that will fortify their careers and prepare them to be successful global citizens. WSU College of Arts and Sciences is proud to present two $3,000 renewable ($24,000 total) scholarships emphasizing interdisciplinary research.

Washington State University – College of Engineering and Architecture
Washington State University College of Engineering and Architecture is committed to creating a sustainable future, offering you the best undergraduate and graduate experience and immersing you in a world-class research environment that offers opportunity for doing hands-on work on real projects. Two $2,000 renewable ($16,000 total) scholarships are awarded for engineering and/or computer science proficiencies.

Whitman College
As one of the nation’s premier liberal arts colleges, Whitman College located in Walla Walla is in an ideal location for intellectual reflection and contemplation. Whitman College is a vibrant, close-knit, residential community where – from academics to athletics and dynamic student clubs – people collaborate, support and connect with one another in powerful ways. Whitman College is presenting two $2,500 scholarships renewable ($20,000 total) scholarships.

Bremerton Central Lions Club
Chartered with 20 original members, the Bremerton Central Lions Club has met continuously in service for more than 86 years. They were integral in the first White Cane Days supporting the Northwest Lions Eye Bank. Recently renamed Sight Life, it is one of the largest eye banks in the country. Through the Club Foundation they are awarding one 12th grade project best related to sight or hearing a $1,000 scholarship directly to the college or university of their choice upon enrollment and acceptance.