Ongoing Scholarships

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If you are interested, email Ginny Prickett at:

NOTE: The dates listed next to
the links below are the DUE DATES
for the scholarships.

Those without dates (located under
month headings) either indicate the
opening of a scholarship or that it
has not yet been updated with 21/22
due date.

Local scholarships are in bold

June 2022
6/19 - Big Sun Athletics
6/30 - Automotive Hall of Fame
6/30 - College Board 1st Step Due*
6/30 - L. Ron Hubbard Illustrators
6/30 - L. Ron Hubbard Writers
6/30 - Oregon PTA

July 2022
7/15 - Annual Bankmobile Financial

August 2022
PEO Star opens 8/1 for class of 2023
Chick Evans opens 8/1
8/18 - Mrs. Prindables Scholarship*

September 2022
9/1 - Jack Kent Cooke Opens*
9/13 - Beat the Odds, class of 2023*
9/30 - Unigo Shout it Out*

October 2022
Deceased/Disabled Public Officers Grant*
Marine Officer NROTC Bi-Annual Review
Oregon Barber and Hairdresser Grant*
10/8 - AES Engineering*
10/15 - SchoolHouse Connection*
10/25 - PEO Star Scholarship Due*
10/30 - Chick Evans Due
10/31 - VFW Youth Essay Due*
10/31 - Zombie Apocalypse Essay Contest

November 2022
11/1 - Bennington Young Writers*
11/1 - U of O Stamps Scholarship*
11/15 - Roberston Scholars*

December 2022
12/1 - Barbara Lotze, Future Teachers*
12/1 - Lamber-Goodnow Scholarship*

Avoiding Scholarship Scams

Scholars Society Scam Information

Scholarship Help
Activity Chart & Directions

Letters of Recommendation Request

North Bend Community Scholarship Essays Help

OSAC Essays Help

Seniors Q and A

Student Budgets for 20/21

Other Scholarship Websites to Visit
College Board Opportunity


Oregon Goes to College

RaiseMe Micro Scholarships

Scholarship Guide for Native American Students

Ongoing Dates
Alert Scholarship

American Indian College Fund
Chafee Grant
Christian Connector Drawing
Cosmetology/Beauty School
Courage to Grow
Deceased/Disabled Public Safety Officer
Do Something Campaign
Marine Officer NROTC Scholarship
Mike Rowe Works
Oregon Barber & Hairdresser Grant
Outside Scholarship Opportunities List
Post 9/11 GI Bill
Scholarships for Psychology Majors
Scholarships for Hispanic/Latino/a
Scholarships for Non-Citizens
STEM & Aviation Scholarships
Students & Financial Literacy
VA Survivors and Dependents
Vocational Careers Scholarships

Internship/Apprenticeship Info
Human Interaction Project
Local 290 UA/Steamfitters/Plumbers/ HVACR
ODFW Fisheries Internship
Oregon Apprenticeship Contacts
Pacific Inside Electrical JATC (local)
Roseburg Forest Products Internships
Steamfitter Apprenticeships
Visit Oregon Apprenticeship Website
ZipRecruiter Internship Listings
RecruitHIPPO (local internship help)

Wilderness Conservation Corps

Job Corps Information


Apprenticeship Information

Scholarships dates and deadlines


*Newly posted scholarships are indicated by asterisks.

Pay attention to dates and times for application deadlines.
Some information is based on EASTERN STANDARD TIME and may be considered late if posted after 9:00 p.m. PACIFIC time on the date due.


Scholarships listed in Alphabetical Order

ACF Visionary Scholarship
High School 9th - 12th Graders
Award: $5,000
Students who are from the high school graduating classes of 2022, 2023, 2024 and 2025 are invited to apply. Applicants receive and complete an application packet. All components of the application must be received completely at the time of submission. Applicant will NOT be notified of a partial and/or incomplete application. All applications for the American College Foundation’s Visionary Scholarship Program will consist of: Completed ACF Visionary Scholarship Application, Student’s most recent unofficial high school transcript, 500-word essay on “Why College is Important to Me." For more information see:
Due Date
: May 1, 2022 / National

ACPEnw (Association of Computer Professionals in Education) Scholarship
High School Seniors in Oregon and Washington, other requirements as listed
Award: up to $2,000 each
The Association of Computer Professionals in Education (ACPE) has allocated up to $10,000 for scholarships of up to $2,000 each for students in Oregon and Washington. These scholarships are available to graduating high school seniors who have been actively involved in the innovative use of technology during their high school careers and are planning to pursue studies in a technology-related field.
A completed, online application must be submitted to ACPE no later than 5 pm, February 21, 2022. Successful applicants will be notified via email by April 15, 2022. The amount of the award will be paid to the college/school of the awardee's choice.
See HERE for the ACPE Scholarship
Due Date
: February 21, 2022/ Regional

ACS Scholars Program
High School Senior, African American, Hispanic or American Indian, 3.0+ GPA
Award: up to $5,000
Students who can apply: African American, Native American, and Hispanic/Latino students planning to pursue full-time study in a chemically-related field with outstanding academic records and a desire to pursue a career in the chemical sciences can apply for an ACS Scholars Award. For more information, see:
Due Date
: Opens November 1, 2021, DUE March 1, 2022 / National

AED Superstore College Scholarship
High School Senior or College Student
Award: $1,000
Requires essay or video submission on given topic. For more information, see:
Due Date
: November 30, 2021 / National

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AES Engineering
Senior (engineering major not required)
Award: $500
This scholarship is awarded based on character as determined from your essay rather than GPA.  An engineering major is not required. For information:
There is no application; just submit essay by email. 
Due Date
: Email by October 8, 2022 / National

A&F (Abbott and Fenner) Business Consultants
Juniors and Seniors
Award: $1000
To apply for this scholarship you will need to write an essay (500-1,000 words) on the topic below. "Describe your educational career and life goals. Explain your plan for achieving these goals. Include your degree/major, why you selected it, and how this degree/major will help you achieve your goals."
There is no application form but see for information.
DEADLINE: Email by June 12, 2022 / National

AFSA (American Fire Sprinkler Association) Scholarships
Award: $2,000 each, 10 awards given
Applicants complete an online application. Ten winners are drawn at random from the completed, eligible entries. Scholarships are paid directly to college/university winners attend, for tuition and/or books. See:
DEADLINE: April 1, 2022 / National

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Alert Scholarship
$500 award for article chosen for publication in magazine – twice yearly. 
Write a 650 - 800 word essay a personal encounter you or someone you know has had with drug and/or alcohol abuse (more details on website).
Based mostly on essay written by applicant; consideration is not given to academic program or financial need.  Minimum 2.5 GPA required
Use the link in FAQ to view past winner and learn what they are looking for.
For information:  
There is no application so just follow instructions.
Deadline: Ongoing /

Al Forthan Memorial Scholarship
OR HS Seniors who come from families impacted by addiction
$10,000 paid out over four years; several smaller awards also given 
This scholarship requires a letter of support to be eligible for the top award. All applicants must complete responses to six essay questions/statements. More information and application can be found here:
Deadline: February 7th, 2022 / State

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Allegra Ford Thomas Scholarship
Senior who has documented learning disability and/or ADHD and will be enrolled in a two-year community college, a vocational or technical training program, or a specialized program for students with LD and/or ADHD in the fall.
Award: $5,000 paid over two years ($2,200 each year)
Applicants must be able to provide documentation of learning disability and/or ADHD and provide three letters of recommendation with application. Applicants must also demonstrate financial need. For more information, see:
Deadline: April 10, 2022 /

American Foreign Service Association (AFSA) Scholarships
HS Senior and Undergraduate Students
Various Awards
Applicants must be children of Foreign Service employees whose parents must also be members of the American Foreign Service Association. The employee may be active-duty, retired, separated or deceased. Various scholarships available. See:
Deadline: Opens in December, DUE March 14, 2022 / National

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American Indian College Fund
American Indian, US citizen, Enrolled in certificate, associates or bachelors program, 2.0 GPA or higher
Various Awards/Scholarships
Application open January 1-May 31. Eligibility requires: U.S. citizens or Canadians eligible to attend college in the U.S. under provisions of the Jay Treaty, enrolled in a certificate, associates, bachelors, or graduate program at an accredited tribal, public, or private (non-profit) college or university, full-time enrollment (Full Circle applicants only), registered as an enrolled member of a federal or state recognized tribe, or a descendant of at least one grandparent or parent who is an enrolled tribal member; Alaska Natives may use Native Corporation membership. You can use this website to trace Indian ancestry, to be considered for any American Indian College Fund scholarship, you must have at least a 2.0 GPA to apply. Once awarded, depending on donor criteria, your scholarship may have a higher GPA to maintain eligibility. More information:
Deadline: Scholarship open 1/1/22 - 5/31/22 / National

American Legion Legacy Scholarship
HS Senior, other requirements listed below
Award Varies
Applicants must: be a current a high school senior and/or accepted at or attending an institution of higher education that is a nonprofit and regionally-accredited and one of the following must apply:
-- A legal parent of mine died while serving on active duty, U.S. military service on or after September 11, 2001. (Does not have to be a death out-of-country or in combat.)
-- A legal parent of mine is a Post-9/11 veteran of the U.S. military, who has been given a disability rating of 50% or higher by the Veterans Administration.
Deadline: Opens in January, DUE April 15, 2022 / National

American Postal Workers Union Scholarships
HS Senior, other requirements listed below
Awards Vary by Scholarship
The E.C. Hallbeck Memorial Scholarship will award $8000 ($2000 annually) to ten recipients (one male and one female from each of the five postal regions) to apply towards their four-year college tuition. Vocational Scholarship winners will receive up to $3,000 for specialized training in such fields as culinary arts, medical or dental assistant, electrician, real estate, auto mechanic, certified IT/computer education, cosmetology, or massage therapy, etc. Eligible programs can be of a nine-month to three-year duration. Best Essay Award One “Best Essay” winner is selected from the applicant pool to receive a one-time $2,000 award towards his or her four-year college tuition. The scholarships are open only to high school seniors. Applicants may apply for only either Hallbeck or Vocational, not both. The scholarships are open only to high school seniors. Applicants may apply for only either Hallbeck or Vocational, not both. ​Applicants must be a child, grandchild, stepchild, or legally adopted child of a current, retired, or deceased APWU member. Proof of membership required for deceased members. See:
Deadline: May 31, 2022 / National

Anna Stacey Scholarship Fund
18-35 years old, devoted to classical/conservative art tradition
Award: $500-$5,000
Applicants must submit artwork that conforms to the committee's requirements. for more information and online application:
Deadline: Opens November 1, DUE February 1, 2022 / National

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Anne Ford Scholarship
Senior who has documented learning disability and/or ADHD who will be enrolled in a full-time Bachelor's degree program in the fall.
Award: $2,500 each year over four years
Applicants must be able to provide documentation of learning disability and/or ADHD and provide three letters of recommendation with application. Applicants must also demonstrate financial need and have a 3.0 GPA or higher. For more information, see:
Deadline: April 10, 2022 / National

Annual BankMobile Financial Literacy
Undergraduate or Graduate Student
Award: $1,500
For any field of study.  GPA of at least 3.0 is required.  Write an essay about the importance of financial literacy in your life and career.
To access application:
Due Date
: Online by July 15, 2022 / National

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APIA Scholars
HS Senior who is of Asian/Pacific Island American heritage
Award: $2,500 - $20,000
Applicants must: live at or below the poverty level, or are otherwise of low socioeconomic status; be the first in their families to attend college; be representative of the APIA community’s diversity, (geographically and ethnically}, especially those ethnicities that have been underrepresented on college campuses due to limited access and opportunity; and have placed a strong emphasis on community service and leadership as well as solid academic achievement. For more information, see:
Due Date: January 26, 2022 / National

ARRL Foundation Scholarship Program
Senior, Eligible Radio Amatuers Pursuing Higher Education
Various Awards of Various Amounts
More than 80 scholarships available. Applicants must complete online application and provide high school transcript. More information can be found at:
Due Date
: December 3, 2021 / National

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Army Soldiers Children--MG James Ursano Scholarship Program
High School Senior, other eligibility requirements
Awards: Vary
The MG James Ursano Scholarship Program is a need-based scholarship program established to assist children of Army Soldiers in obtaining their first undergraduate degree. Applicants must reapply each year and may receive assistance for up to four academic years as long as they meet the eligibility criteria. Student must be a dependent of a Soldier on federal active duty, a retired Soldier, or a deceased active or deceased retired Soldier. Children of National Guard/Reserve Soldiers are eligible if the Soldier is on Title 10 Orders for the entire academic year. Student must be registered as a dependent of the Soldier in DEERS (Defense Eligibility Enrollment Reporting System). More more requirements and to apply, see:
Due Date
: Opens January 1, 2022, DUE April 1, 2022 / National

Aspirations in Computing, NCWIT
9th-12th Grade Female, Genderqueer, or Non-binary Students
Award: Various prizes, scholarship and internship opportunities
The NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing (AiC) honors 9th-12th grade women, genderqueer, or non-binary students for their computing-related achievements and interests, and encourages them to pursue their passions. Award for AiC recipients are chosen for their demonstrated interest and achievements in computing, proven leadership ability, academic performance, and plans for post-secondary education.
For more information and to access application:
Due Date
: Due by November 5, 2021 / Regional and National

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Associated Oregon Loggers, Inc. Non-Member Scholarship Competition
Senior or current college student
Award : $6,000 ($1,500 awarded annually)
Applicants must plan to pursue a four-year college or university education and a career in a forest resource reproduction field of study. (Field of study examples: Forest Management, Forest Engineering and Forest Products). Application will include an essay, high school transcripts, SAT or ACT scores, letter of acceptance to four year college (college must be accredited by the Society of American Foresters) and include a field of study or major. More information:
Due Date
: April 1st, 2022 / Oregon

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Automotive Hall of Fame
Senior, 3.0+ GPA
Several awards of varying amounts, one application
For students with a sincere interest in an automotive-related career.  Minimum 3.0 GPA.  For use at a 2- or 4-year college or a 2-year trade school.
For instructions and application:
The application is fillable.  It will fill in with a large font but filling the line up with “spaces” will shrink the font to a reasonable size.
Due Date
: Postmarked between February 1st and June 30, 2021 / National

AXA Equitable Excellence Scholarship
$2,500 to $25,000
Applicants must be current high school seniors planning to attend an accredited 2- or 4-year college or university in the U.S. Applicants must also be able to demonstrate "ambition and self-drive." High schools of winners also receive financial awards. See:
Due Date
: APPLY EARLY--DUE December 17, 2021 or until meet quota / National

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Bay Area Chamber of Commerce Education Scholarship
Senior at NBHS, Marshfield, and a SWOCC Student, 2.75 GPA, Leadership
Awards: $500 each to an NBHS, Marshfield, and SWOCC student
Students will be selected based on their outstanding leadership roles, service in their school and the
community, academic ability, and character. Applicants must: be a current resident of Coos County, have a demonstrated commitment to community service, outstanding qualities in character, integrity and leadership, be enrolled as a Marshfield or North Bend High School senior or SWOCC college student, plan to enroll in an undergraduate study, a two or four-year college or university or vocational-technical college in Oregon for the entire 2022 – 2023 academic year, have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75, provide two letters of recommendation are required: one must be from an instructor and the
other from an adult who knows the student well (relatives excluded), provide a current high school or college transcript, write a 300-500 word essay. Application can be found HERE
Due Date: December 10, 2021 /

Bay Area Hospital Sons and Daughters of Employees Scholarship #795
Senior or prior graduates up to 26 years old, children and step-children of eligible Bay Area Hospital Employees
Awards: Range from $1,500 - $3,000
This scholarship is for graduating seniors or past high school graduates up to 26 years old by March 1st who are attending a 2-- or 4--year public or private postsecondary institution. Applicants must be children/step-children of eligible Bay Area Hospital employees (eligible employee=full-time employee of Bay Area Hospital who is employed a minimum of 24 months as of the March 1st scholarship application deadline). The flyer for this scholarship is found HERE. (New flyer not available yet.) The application for this scholarship is completed as part of OSAC, found at
Due Date: OSAC Early Bird Deadline is 2/15, Final Deadline is 3/1, 2022 /

Bay Area Hospital Volunteer Services Health Career Scholarship
Senior active in Student Volunteer Program at Bay Area Hosptial and planning to go into medical/healthcare field
Awards: Range from $500 - $2,000
This scholarship is for graduating seniors who are active in the Student Volunteer Program at Bay Area Hospital. Applicants must be planning to pursue a medical or healthcare-related field of study. Applicants must also demonstrate the Bay Area Hospital values of kindness, excellence, teamwork, ownership, and innovation. More information and application can be found HERE
Due Date: (Program not active for 21/22)
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Barbara Lotze Scholarships for Future Teachers
Senior planning to become a high school Physics teacher
Stipend up to $2,000 that may be granted for each of four years of college
This scholarship is for college students engaged in a course of study leading to becoming a high school physics teacher, or high school seniors who are accepted for such enrollment. Application includes letters of recommendation, so this scholarship needs planning ahead.
See for more information.
Due Date:
All materials, including letters, due by December 1, 2022 / National

Beat the Odds by Stand for Children
2022 graduates
Award: $4,000 a year, renewable up to four years
This scholarship is for Oregon students graduating June 2021 who have succeeded academically despite hardships such as poverty, disability, homelessness or personal tragedy.  Applicants must have a minimum 3.0 GPA showing marked effort, improvement, or success and must demonstrate financial need. Applications must be submitted online. 
For information and to access application, see:
Deadline: Online by September 13, 2022 /

Bennington Young Writers
10th, 11th and 12th grades
Awards: $500 and $250 in each category.
Submit your original work in poetry, fiction or non-fiction. For more information, see:
Due Date: Due by November 1, 2022 / National  

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Big Sun Athletics Scholarship
Senior athlete
Number of awards varies: $500
For student athletes, regardless of the sport they are engaged in.
There is no application, just write an essay and submit by email.  Remember to include your name and the school you will attend.
For information:
NOTE: This scholarship may adversely affect your NCAA standing if you are accepting a university sport scholarship.
Due Date: Email by June 19, 2022 / National

Bill Brainard Memorial Scholarship Fund
Senior - American Indian/Alaska Native student living in Oregon
Award: $1,000
This is for an American Indian/Alaska Native student who lives in Oregon and who will attend a college or university degree program or certified technical or trade program in the Fall. The committee is looking for a student with well-thought-out goals and plans. Applicant must include card or documentation proving they are member of a federally-recognized tribe.
Application materials found HERE and HERE
NOTE: the “other evidence” mentioned in the instructions can be a copy of your enrollment card in a Federally-recognized Indian tribe.
Due Date: June 30, 2021 / State 21/22 information not available

Bowling Scholarships--Mabel Marrs Star of the Future or Ray Wise Memorial Scholarship
Juniors and Seniors
Awards: $1,000 to one girl (Mabel Marrs) and $1,000 to one boy (Ray Wise)
This scholarship is open to juniors and seniors,  and you can win the scholarship two years in a row. One of the requirements is that the applicant be a part of the OS Jr USBC by joining a Jr bowling league and have an established average. The longer you have bowled as a Jr Bowler, the better it looks on the application.  There are two separate scholarships: Mabel Marrs is for the girls, and Ray Wise is for the boys. Here is the application:
Bowling Scholarships also see:
Due Date: May 31, 2022 / State

Brave of Heart Scholarship
HS Seniors and college students, requirements listed below
Awards: $5,000 and up
This scholarship is open to current high school seniors and college students who must:
**Be a child, spouse or domestic partner of a frontline healthcare worker who lost their life to a COVID-19-related cause. (Child is defined as a biological, step- or legally adopted child who is age 26 and under as of the application deadline date and living in the frontline healthcare worker’s household or primarily supported by the frontline healthcare worker, or, if financially independent, enrolled in a graduate school program. Frontline healthcare worker is defined as a person who lived in the United States at the time of death and worked or volunteered in or for a licensed hospital, medical center or clinic, nursing home, medical transport vehicle, triage center, or other licensed medical facility, provider, or setting, or who worked or volunteered as an emergency medical technician, ambulance technician or paramedic. The individual must have had the possibility of exposure to patients with COVID-19 while working or volunteering.)
Plan to enroll full-time or part-time (at least 6 credits per term) in an undergraduate or graduate program (graduate program must have a patient-facing medical major).
**Plan to attend an accredited vocational-technical school, two- or four-year college or university, or graduate school.
**Have a minimum grade point average of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale or its equivalent. Non-traditional students are encouraged to apply, and will be considered even if they do not have a recent GPA.
**Be a United States (U.S.) citizen or legal resident living in and attending an educational institution in the U.S. or a U.S. territory.
**Study abroad programs may be eligible courses of study if run through an educational institution in the U.S. or a U.S. territory.
More information:
Due Date: April 20, 2022
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Bulldog Common
Senior at NBHS
Awards vary by individual scholarship, $10,000 in total will be awarded for 2022
This in-house scholarship is an umbrella over several local scholarships. For Directions and Descriptions see HERE. For the fillable Application and Financial forms see HERE. For the NBEA form see HERE. For the Masonic Lodge form see HERE. Come to room 6 at NBHS if you have any questions.
Due Date: Opens April 4th, DUE April 25th, 2022 / Local / In House

Cancer Scholarships
Varies by Scholarship
Award: Varies
There are multiple scholarships available for Cancer survivors and/or family members affected by the disease in a loved one. Many of these scholarships are listed at:
Due Date: Varies--Many Due in March, 2022 / National

Cancer Unwrapped Writing Contest
9th-12 grade students
Award: several $1,000 cash prizes
This Writing Contest opens a dialogue with teens about their emotions and realities when dealing with cancer, whether their own diagnosis or the diagnosis of a loved one. This annual event encourages teens to write about their experiences for the opportunity to win one of several $1,000 cash prizes. Essays are 500-1,000 words. For more information see:
Due Date: March 4, 2022 / National

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Center for Alcohol Policy Essay Contest
Individuals 18 years or older before 12/1/18
Awards: $1,000, $2,500 and $5,000 awarded
Applicants submit an essay based on the given topic. For more information, see:
Due Date: January 28, 2022 / National

Chafee Education and Training Grant
Senior – current or former foster youth
Award: up to $2,500/year
This is a guaranteed award if you apply and qualify.  It’s not a competitive scholarship. For information see:
Read the instructions before clicking on the application link. You must also complete the FAFSA. See:
Due Date
: March 1, 2022 / State

Charles Schwab Foundation Scholarship Program
HS Junior or Senior
Award: ten awards of $2,500 and one award of $5,000 will be given
Applicants must an active member in good standing with the Boys and Girls Club, have participated in Money Matters, and have a recommendation from a Club staff professional. For more requirements and application information, see:
Due Date
: February 17, 2022 / National

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Chick Evans Scholarship for Caddies
Graduating High School Seniors
Award: Full tuition and housing
Applications are accepted at the beginning of student's senior year of high school, between August 1 and September 30. Applicants must have: 1. Strong caddie record, applicants must have caddied, regularly and successfully, for a minimum of two years and are expected to caddie at their sponsoring club the year they apply for the Scholarship. 2. Excellent academics, applicants must have completed their junior year of high school with above a B average in college preparatory courses and are required to take the ACT and/or SAT. 3. Demonstrated financial need, applicants must clearly have a need for financial assistance. 4. Outstanding character: Applicants must be outstanding in character, integrity and leadership. Recipients must apply to and attend a Chick Evans Scholarship school (in Oregon, this is the University of Oregon, Eugene) and live in an Evans Scholarship House on campus. For more information, see:
Due Date : Opens August 1, DUE October 30, 2022 / National

Christian Connector Scholarship Drawing
The Christian Connector is a "one-stop-shop" for receiving free information from Christian colleges. We have over 100 Christian colleges and Bible colleges ready to send you information!  Completing the free information request form is like attending a huge Christian college fair without ever leaving home.  We also offer a $2,000.00 Christian college scholarship drawing.  The site has dozens of links to Christian colleges, as well as admissions and financial aid tips and more.  All of our information services are offered absolutely free! 
for general information go to
For scholarship entries, go to
The free request form that you complete will automatically enter you in the $2,000 Christian College Scholarship Drawing.
Ongoing / National

Clear Alliance Scholarship
Award: Minimum of $500, multiple awards may be given
This scholarship has been established to assist an alcohol and drug-free graduating high school student who is pursuing higher education at a University, Community College, or Trade School in Oregon. For more information and to apply, see:
Scroll down to the bottom, this scholarship is the last link on the page.
Deadline: March 31, 2022 / State

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Coca-Cola Scholars Program
150 awards of $20,000 each.
Rewards leadership and excellence as exemplified through academic achievement and extra-curricular activities, including commitment to community service. Applicants must have a minimum 3.0 GPA. Must login and do application online. This is a very basic application; semi-finalists will be asked to submit more information. For information and application, see:  
Due October 31, 2021 / National 23/24 application opens in August, 2022

COFLT (Confederation in Oregon for Language Teaching) Student Scholarships
Seniors in Oregon, other requirements listed below
2 awards of $1,000 to students at high schools of any size
These scholarships recognize outstanding commitment to the study of a second language. Applications must include: 1. A 300-word personal statement written by the applicant that addresses given questions, 2. Two letters of recommendation, neither of which may be from a family member or relative (One must be from a current COFLT member, who must also be a current or former language teacher of the applicant. Please note that: One COFLT member can only nominate one student; however, if your school has other COFLT members they can nominate their students as well. There can be more than one student nominated per school.), 3. The applicant’s most recent transcript. For additional information, see:
Deadline Extended to June 1, 2022 / State

College Board Opportunity Scholarships--Class of 2022
Class of 2022
Multiple Awards: $500 - $40,000

This scholarship is for the class of 2021. There are multiple steps you complete within specific deadlines and each step qualifies you for different levels. As you complete the steps you are entered into drawings for varying amounts, up to $40,000. There will be a total of 3,975 scholarships awarded. For more information, see:
Due Date: First Step Due by June 30, 2022; Final Step Due in February, 2023 / National

College JumpStart
10th through 12th grade students
Award: $1,000

This is a merit-based competition--need is not considered. The main requirement is that you are committed to going to school and can express your goals for getting a higher education. For use at a 2- or 4-year college or vocational/trade school. For information and to access application:
Due Date: Online by April 15, 2022 / National

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Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange (CBYX)
High school students with 3.0+ GPA, U.S. citizen, between ages of 15 and 18 1/2 by Aug 1st, 2021
Awards: Pays most of costs for year as exchange student in Germany
This program is funded by the U.S. State Department and offers scholarships for 250 American students to immerse themselves in German culture by living with a host family and attending a local high school for one school year. Most of the costs for this experience are paid for through the program, but there are some costs that are not. For more information, see:

Due Date
: December 1, 2021  / National Applications for 23/24 will be open in fall of 2022 and due January, 2023

Coolidge Scholarship
HS Junior
Award: Full-ride, 4-year scholarship to any accredited American college or university
Applicants must be in their junior year of high school. Finalists attend a finalist weekend in Vermont. Applicants can be pursuing any field of study at any accredited college or university in the US but must have a demonstrated interest in public policy. For more information, see:
Due Date
: Application opened in Fall, Deadline January 26, 2022 / National

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Coos 4-H Association
Seniors, various scholarships and requirements
Awards: Varies
Multiple scholarships are available for students involved with 4-H/FFA in the Coos County area. Each has different requirements/applications and may have different due dates, although many are May 15. See:
Due Date
: Many Due by May 15, 2022 / Local

Coos Bay Garden Club
Seniors from Coos Bay or North Bend Schools, need 3.0 or higher GPA
Award: $1,000
Preference will be given to students planning to major in one of the following: Horticulture, Floriculture, Landscape
Design, Conservation, Forestry, Botany, Agronomy, Plant Pathology, Environmental Studies, City Planning, Public Administration, Land Management, Alternative Energy, Biology, or Fish and Wildlife. Other majors or career objectives may be considered.. Applications require short written responses, an academic transcript and an activity chart (OSAC activity chart is okay, or you can use provided form). Application materials can be found HERE. Be sure to download and save your application so you don't lose progress as you fill it out.
Due Date
: Must be postmarked by March 18, 2022 / Local

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Coos County Mounted Sheriff's Posse Scholarship
Senior in good standing at Coos County high school, other criteria listed below
Award amounts vary
In addition to being a senior in good standing at any accredited Coos County high school, applicants must also: plan to attend a fully accredited post-secondary institution, be currently enrolled in an acknowledged 4-H Club, high school Equestrian Team, or high school Rodeo Club. For more information, see HERE. For application, see HERE.
Due Date
: May 1, 2022 / Local (information was share to equine involved seniors through 4-H, OHSET, and rodeo clubs)

Coos Curry Farm Bureau
Senior at a Coos or Curry County high school or current college students, other criteria listed below
Award: two $1,500 scholarships
This is for seniors at a Coos or Curry County high school preparing to enter an agricultural-related field at a two or four-year college or university in Oregon. Current college students also eligible.The scholarship may also be awarded to students from families who are Coos-Curry County Farm Bureau voting or supporting members. Financial need is not the primary basis for selection but it is a factor in the selection process. Academic performance, agricultural achievement in FFA or 4-H and/or participation in school and community activities are basic criteria evaluated. Scholarship information can be found HERE. The application is found HERE or can be found hard copy in room 6 at NBHS.
Due Date
: April 1, 2022 / Local

COSA (Confederation of Oregon School Administrators) Scholarships
High School Senior, some awards have other criteria
Award: Five $1,000 scholarships given
Each year COSA sponsors or assists in processing five $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 1, 2022. Results are announced in April. Each scholarship application must be signed and endorsed by an active COSA member, such as a principal, assistant principal, central office administrator or superintendent. Applicants should print out and complete application form. For additional information and to find the application form, see:
Due Date
: March 1, 2022 / State

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Courage to Grow
Junior or Senior
$500 awarded each month
Explain in a short essay why you should receive the scholarship.  Can be used at any college or vocational school.
To enter:
Ongoing: Enter by the last day of each month / National

C-SPAN Video Documentary Competition
6th - 12th Grade Students
Awards: Range from $250-$5,000
Applicants must create a short (5-7 minute) video documentary on a topic related to the new 2018 competition theme, "The Constitution & You: Choose a provision of the U.S. Constitution and create a video illustrating why it's important to you." For more information, see:
Due Date: Opens September, 2021, DUE January 20, 2022 / National 2023 competion opens fall of 2022

Davidson Fellows Scholarship
18 Years or Younger, U.S. citizen or permanent resident
Awards: $10,000, $25,000, $50,000
Applicants must have "completed a significant piece of work in one of the submission categories" (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Literature, Music, Philosophy and Outside the Box) and be able to demonstrate that the work is his or her own creation. Winners must be able to attend, with at least one parent or guardian, the awards reception in Washington, D.C. (Note: Travel and lodging expenses will be paid by the Institute.) For more information:
Due Date: February 9, 2022  / National

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Deceased or Disabled Public Safety Officer Grant
For dependents of Oregon public safety officers who were killed or disabled in the line of duty – includes firefighter, police, parole and corrections officers and investigators.  For a 2- or 4-year college in Oregon.  Must complete the FAFSA.
For information and link to fillable application:
NOTE: Application can’t be saved so be sure to print before closing the page.
Apply as soon as possible after submitting the FAFSA / State

Dell Scholars Program
Seniors, other criteria listed below
Awards: $20,000, a laptop, support through college, other benefits
This program is for students who: participate in a program-approved college readiness program in grades 11 and 12 (Upward Bound counts), are on track to graduate from an accredited high school in the current academic year, demonstrate a need for financial assistance, are eligible to receive a federal Pell Grant in first year of college, plan to enroll full time at an accredited higher education institution in the pursuit of a bachelor's degree in the fall directly following high school graduation, and earn a minimum of a 2.4 GPA. For more information and to apply, see HERE.
Due Date: December 1, 2021  / National

DEWALT Trades Scholarship
Seniors or college undergraduates who will attend/are attending accredited 1-yr college or vocational school, 2.0 GPA
Awards: Up to 5 awards of $10,000 each
This is for students who plan to enroll or are enrolled in full-time undergraduate study at an accredited two-year college or vocational-technical school for the entire upcoming academic year and are majoring in a trade construction, industrial, motor/power sector, mechanics, or technology degree/certificate, which includes but are not limited to the following fields: Automotive Technology, Aviation Technology, Carpentry, Construction, Diesel Technology, Electrical Technology, Fire Science, Heavy Equipment Operation, HVAC, Machinery, Manufacturing, Pipefitting, Plumbing, Welding. (Students pursuing degrees/certificates in service industries such as culinary arts, cosmetology, or hospitality are ineligble.) For more information see:
NOTE: They will only review the first 1,000 applications submitted, so apply ASAP.
Due Date: Apply as soon as possible, final deadline February 8, 2022 / National

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Do Something Campaign
9th – 12th grades
Multiple awards from $300 to $5,000
Join a campaign to have fun, improve the world and maybe earn a scholarship.  There are many campaigns to choose from – collect jeans for homeless youth, send a compliment to a friend or have a bake sale to support infants in Syria, among others.  To find a campaign:  use search options at top
Due Date: Multiple dates, ongoing / National 

DreamCatcher Curriculum Scholarship
HS senior, from first-generation background or other challenge
Twelve awards of $1,000 each
Applications open May 1st and close May 15th at 5pm, CST (3pm PST). Application completed online. Short essay is required. For more information, see HERE
Due Date: May 15, 2022  / National 

EEqual Scholarship Awards Program
Seniors, experiencing homelessness
Award: Tuition costs, up to $8,000
Applicants must be in final year of high school, at least 16 years of age, have at least a 2.0 GPA, and must have financial need OR have been verified as a McKinney-Vento student by a MV School District Homeless Education Liaison in their public school district, a student experiencing poverty or homelessness, or part of a family in transition. Additional information and application can be found at:
Due Date: March 1, 2022  / National 

Elks Association Vocational Grant (Oregon State)
US Citizens who plan to pursue an eligible vocational/technical program
$1,500, may reapply after first year
Applicants must plan to pursue a two year or less vocational/technical program, culminating in an associate degree, diploma, or certificate, but less than a Bachelor's degree and must carry the minimum 12 credit hours each quarter or its semester equivalent. Applications can be turned in to Elks Lodge beginning December 1st. Local contact for Elks is Kevin Owens, Additional information and applications can be found HERE and on their website:
Due Date: March 1, 2022  /

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Elks National Foundation Legacy Award
Seniors who are US citizens and children/grandchildren of a living Elk member
Up to 7 awards given in Oregon: $4,000
Applicants must be a child or grandchild (or step-child, step-grandchild, or legal ward) of a living Elk who joined the order between set dates. The Elk must also be a paid-up member through specified dates. Applicants must have taken the SAT or ACT and will provide service to Elks once a year while receiving the scholarship. Local contact for Elks is Kevin Owens, See: or
Due Date: DUE February 7, 2022 /

Elks National Foundation Most Valuable Student Scholarship
Current Seniors who are Citizens of the United States
$1,000 will be awarded to 1 North Bend student from the local chapter
500 4-year scholarships, ranging from $4,000-$50,000 regionally & nationally
The 2021 Most Valuable Student scholarship contest is open to any high school senior who is a US Citizen. Applicants will be judged on scholarship, leadership, and financial need. Applicants need not be related to a member of the Elks.
To apply, see: Local contact for Elks is Kevin Owens,
Due Date: Due November 15, 2021 /
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Federal Employee Education & Assistance (FEEA) Fund Scholarships
Applicant requirements listed below
Award: Varies and based on current funding level
Applicants must be the children, step-children, or legal dependents of full- or par-time, permanent federal civilian or postal workers employed with the federal government for more than three years. The employees, themselves, and their spouses are also eligible. Application requires transcripts, a recommendation, an essay,
list of community service/awards/extracurricular activities, and copy of federal employee sponsor's current SF-50. For more information, see:
Due Date: March 24, 2022 /  National

First Community Credit Union Founders Scholarship
HS Senior, 3.5 GPA, other requirements listed below
20 Awards: $3,000 Each
Applicants must:
be First Community members, must be a graduating high school senior, or a returning undergraduate student enrolled in 12 credits or more, must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.50. For more information:
Due Date: April 1, 2022 /  Regional

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Foot Locker Scholar Athletes
Senior, 3.0 GPA, participate in sports
20 Awards: 4-year scholarships of $5,000/year for a total of $20,00 each
Applicants must be a member of a school or community sport team. Award is based on academics, sportsmanship and community involvement. GPA of 3.0 or more required. For use at a 4-year college.
For more information and application:

Due Date
: Online by December 24, 2021, 5pm EST / National 22/23 application opens in fall of 2022

Ford Scholars Program
HS Senior, other qualities desired
130 Awards: 90% of unmet need up to $40,000, renewable each year
Applicants must be Oregon or Siskiyou County, CA students. In addition to the scholarship money, recipients are also given academic guidance, leadership development, personal and professional support, and access to the Ford Family alumni network. The committee is looking for candidates who demonstrate these qualities: Work ethic, initiative, leadership and strong character; Academic potential: progress in school reflects motivation and commitment to education, however, there is no minimum GPA requirement for applicants; Participation in school, family and/or communitey activities: helps others; Positive attitude and mindest: resilient, self-reliant and problem-solving; Faces significant financial and social barriers to achieving a college education. NEW in 2020/21: Applications will no longer be a part of OSAC. For application information, see:
Due Date
: Opens November 1, 2021, DUE March 1, 2022 / State

Foster Care to Success
Senior, other requirements
Awards: $2,500 - $5,000
Applicants must meet the following criteria:

  • Have been in public or private foster care for the 12 consecutive months leading up to and including their 18th birthday; OR have been adopted or placed into legal guardianship after their 16th birthday; OR have been orphaned for at least one year at the time of their 18th birthday and not subsequently adopted
  • Be under the age of 25 on March 31 of the year in which they apply if they have not previously received scholarship funding from Foster Care to Success
  • Have been in foster care or orphaned while living in the United States.  U.S. citizenship is not required.
  • Have been accepted into or expect to be accepted into an accredited, Pell-eligible college or other postsecondary school
  • NOTE: This is an undergraduate scholarship only.

For additional information and to apply, see:
Due Date
: Opens January 1, 2022, DUE March 31, 2022 / National

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Friends of NAEOP (FON) Scholastic Achievment Award--TRiO
HS Junior or Senior at time of application, current or former TRiO Participant, other requirements
Up to 9 Awards: $1,500 each (based on amount of funds raised)
Applicants must be a current or former TRiO participant for a minimum of one year from Region X (Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington). ETS/UB candidates must be high school juniors or seniors at time of application. Applicants must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.0+. Application includes two letters of reference and an essay. For more information, see:
Due Date
: May 31, 2022 / Regional

Generation Google Scholarship
HS Seniors who are a part of an underrepresented group in technology
Award: $10,000
Applicants must be current high school seniors or current college students, be studying computer science, computer enginnering, or a closely related technical field, demonstrate a strong academic record, exemplify leadership and demonstrate a passion for improving representation of underrepresented groups in computer science and technology. For more information, see:!?detail-content-tabby_activeEl=overview
Due Date: December 10, 2021 / National

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GFOA--Government Finance Officers Association Scholarships
Varies--mostly graduate or upper level undergraduate, one for incoming college
Award: Varies
There are five different scholarships available:
1. Goldberg-Miller Public Finance Scholarship for full-time, graduate level student, one $15,000 award
2. Frank L Greathouse Government Accounting Scholarship for full-time, graduate or upper level undergraduate students, two $10,000 awards
3. Minorities in Government Finance Scholarship for full- or part-time graduate or upper level undergraduate student, one $10,000 award
4. Government Finance Professional Development Scholarship for part-time gradute level students, four $10,000 awards
5. Jeffrey L. Esser Career Development Scholarship for part-time student pursuing Associate's or Bachelor's degree, must have been employed for three or more years by state or local governments, $5,000-%15,000 award
For more information, see:
Due Date: Due January 14, 2022 / National

Girls State--American Legion
Current high school junior, legal female US citizen
Award: Week at event, possibility for $1250 scholarship, national $10,000 scholarship
Girls State is a nationwide program sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary designed to increase attendees’ awareness and knowledge of governmental processes while learning about the duties, privileges, rights and responsibilities of citizenship. Girls State is an excellent resume builder for college applications and employment opportunities. Attendees may also apply for the American Legion Samsung Scholarship valued at $1250.00. The Delegate awarded the Samsung Scholarship for Oregon will go on to compete at the national level for an opportunity at an additional $10,000 scholarship. More information and applications can be found in room 6 at NBHS.
Due Date: May 15, 2022 / State

Glenn Jackson Scholarship--OPRD & ODOT
Senior, dependent of current, regular status OPRD & ODOT employees or retirees
Award: Varies
This scholarship is for graduating senior who is a dependent of current, regular status Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) or Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) employees or retirees. (Employees must have been permanent, full-time employees at their departments for at least 3 years). Applicant must be enrolling in accredited, two- or four-year non-profit college. Applications are submitted through the OSAC portal. More information found at:
Due Date: Within OSAC Portal by March 1, 2022  / State

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Global Lift Equipment
Award: $500
Write a story from the viewpoint of a piece of used equipment in Global Lift Equipment’s inventory.  GPA of 2.5 or more required
To access application:
Due Date: Online by April 15, 2022  / National

Grange Co-op Scholarship 
Senior with 3.5 GPA or higher (living in Jackson, Josephine, Klamath, Lake, Curry, Coos, Douglas, Siskiyou, Del Norte, Modoc, Humboldt, Yuba, Sutter, Colusa or Butte counties)
Award: $1,500 will be given to 8 students from Grange Co-op, $2,000 will be given to one student from Rogue Co-op
Applicants must have participated in one of the following in HS: FFA, 4-H, Horticulture, DECA, FBLA, Student Body Leadership, School Sports, or Non-School Related Activities such as Work Experience. Application requires: 500-1,500 word essay, letter of recommendation, high school transcript, video of self reading essay (posted on YouTube). For more information, see:
Due Date: Opens in November, 2021, DUE January 31, 2022
/ Local

Greenfield Peace Scholarship 
HS Junior or Senior, Low income, Oregon resident
Award: $500, $750, and $1,000
Applicants submit a video performance (3 minutes max) of your own original poem, song, or rap by Friday, March 18th, 2022 at 11:59 PM on the following prompt: “Half of the US discretionary budget goes to the military every year. How would you spend it instead?" For additional info, see:
Due Date: March 18, 2022
/ Oregon

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Guy Davis & Past Presidents' Scholarships 
Seniors, other requirements listed below
Award: $1,250
Applicants must have a relative who is an OSEA member and have a minimum high school cumulative GPA of 3.0. Application also requires an essay, official transcript, resume and recommendation letter. For more info, see:
Due Date: March 1, 2022
/ State

Hagan Scholarship Foundation
Senior, have financial need, attend rural high school
Award: $48,000 over four years
The Hagan Scholarship is a nationwide need-based merit scholarship designed to help high-achieving students from small towns and rural areas graduate college debt-free. Recipients must: a) graduate from a public high school located in a county having fewer than 50,000 residents, or b) graduate from a remote rural school located in a county having more than 50,000 residents. For more information, visit:
Deadline: Due December 1, 2021 
/ National 22/23 application opens September 1st, 2022

Harrington Family Foundation Oregon Community Leadership Scholarship
Award: $2,500 per year for four years
This scholarship is for current Oregon high school seniors who are emerging leaders, and plan to attend an Oregon trade school, college or university. The program is intended to facilitate the growth of promising leaders in the state of Oregon by developing the skills needed to flourish their local communities. For more information, see:
Deadline: March 1, 2022 
/ State

Heisman High School Scholarship
Senior, Athlete, 3.0+ GPA, other requirements
Awards: $1,000, $2,000 and $10,000
Eligibility begins with maintaining a weighted GPA of 3.0 (B average) or better. Applicants also need to be proven leaders and role models within their school and community. And applicants must participate or have participated in grades 9, 10, or 11 in at least one of the sports recognized by the International Olympic Committee in the Summer and Winter Olympic Games, the Paralympic Games or the National Federation of State High School Associations. For additional information and to apply, see:
Deadline: October 19, 2021 
/ National

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Hispanic Heritage Youth Award
Current Senior
Multiple awards in various categories given
Applicants must demonstrate leadership in the classroom and community in addition to an interest in one of the six categories, including math, community service and business.  Must be of Hispanic/Latino descent.
GPA of at least 3.0 required.  For use at a 4-year school.
For info and link to create an account:
Due Date
: November 14, 2021 / Regional & National

Hispanic Scholarship Fund
HS Senior
Awards: $500 - $5,000
Applicants --Must be of Hispanic heritage U.S. citizen, permanent legal resident, or DACA --Minimum of 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent) for high school students; minimum of 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent) for college and graduate students --Plan to enroll full-time in an accredited, public or not-for-profit, four-year university, or graduate school, in the US, for the 2022-2023 academic year --Submit the FAFSA or state-based financial aid forms (if applicable). For additional information, see:
Due Date
: March 15, 2022 / National

Horatio Alger Scholarships
Awards: 106 national awards of $25,000 each and 5 Oregon awards of $10,000 each
For students who have overcome a great obstacle in their life.
-- 2.0 minimum GPA
-- strong commitment to pursue a bachelor’s degree
-- strong co-curricular and community involvement
-- financial need ($55,000 or lower adjusted gross income)
Apply online:
Caution: There are pages that need to be completed by the school so don’t wait too long to start this application.  Follow directions carefully.
Deadline:  DUE March 15, 2022
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Human Interaction Project
18-30 year old American Citizens, 5 selected per year
Expense-Paid Travel/Service Opportunity for 10 days-2 weeks ($7,500 per scholarship)
Participants will be given a travel experience in partnership with the international volunteering and learning organization UBELONG. The Giving Back Program will cover airfare, housing, UBELONG program fees, medical insurance, and some incidentals. Most importantly, the scholarship is based on the principles of giving, receiving, and changing. When you give to others, you receive the gifts of connection and selflessness, which in turn change you and inspire you to continue giving and changing. Each student will be able to award a gift of up to $2,500 to an individual or organization that they encounter on their journey. Upon returning, students will be expected to share the stories and lessons learned from their journey with those in their community and beyond through blogging, videos, and speeches. For more information, see:
Deadline:  Ongoing / National

Hutton Junior Fisheries Paid Summer Mentoring Program
Current 10th through 12th Grade Students
Summer Internship pays $4,000
This is an eight-week long, 40 hour per week internship and mentoring program held during the summer. This program is sponsored by the American Fisheries Society and selected students are known as "Hutton Scholars." Selected students are matched and mentored by a fisheries professional to enjoy a hands-on fisheries science experience in a marine and/or freshwater setting. Hutton Scholars who successfully complete the program receive a $4,000 scholarship as well as valuable experience in an exciting and rewarding field. An application, essay, responses to open-ended questions, and two recommendations are required. Locally, you can contact Stephanie Messerle for more information: 541-751-4230, and see attached FLYER. For application/more information, see:
Deadline: DUE February 14, 2022 / Regional/Local

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ICES Bridging Cultures Scholarship
High School 9-12 Grade, US citizen or permanent resident
Award: $1,500 - $3,500 (several awards in this range)
This scholarship is open to 9-12th grade students and requires a 400-600 word essay on a given prompt. For more information, see:
Deadline: April 1, 2022 /

ICMA-RC Public Employee Memorial Scholarship Fund
High School Senior, other requirements listed below
Award: Varies
The fund "provides financial assistance to the surviving spouses and children of employees who have died in the line of duty and are planning to attend an accredited two-year community college, four-year accredited university, or vocational school full-time." For application, see:
Deadline:  Opens December 15, 2021, DUE March 15, 2022 /

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INCIGHT Scholarship
Current resident of Washington, Oregon or California, other requirements given below
This scholarship is for students with a documented disability. This can be any type of disability as it is defined by the ADA, DSM-V, IDEA, or other governing body. (Specific examples of disabilities can be found in the scholarship description on the INCIGHT website). Applicants must also be attending higher education during the funding cycle following application (2018-2019 School Year.) This includes college, university, community college, or vocational school. Students may be pursuing any type of degree within these institutions (Associates Degree, Bachelors, Masters, Doctorate, etc.) and must maintain full-time enrollment throughout the academic year. More information found at:
Deadline:  April 15, 2022 / Regional

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Scholarship
30-40 awards: up to $40,000 a year to attend 4-year college
Applicants should:
Intend to enroll in an accredited four-year college or university beginning in fall 2021, earn a cumulative unweighted GPA of 3.5 or above, have an SAT combined critical reading and math score of 1200 or above and/or ACT composite score of 26 or above, demonstrate significant unmet financial need. A rigorous application review includes analysis of grades, standardized test scores, participation in available advanced courses, student essays, letters of recommendation, and family finances. See:
Deadline:  (In the Common App) Opens 9/1/22, closes 11/18/22 /

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Jackie Robinson Foundation
HS senior minority student
Award: up to $30,000 over four years plus mentoring program, approximately 60 awarded annually
Applicants should be a graduating high school senior, plan to attend an accredited and approved four-year institution within the United States, show leadership potential, demonstrate a dedication to community service, present evidence of financial need, be a United States citizen, have a minimum SAT score of 1,000 combined on the math and critical reading sections or a composite ACT score of 21, and not possess a degree from a 2 or 4–year College when applying for the scholarship. Applicants must meet the U.S. Census Bureau definition of minority. Application requires letter of recommendation. For more information, see:
Deadline:  DUE January 12, 2022 / National

James Beard Foundation
HS senior pursuing culinary training and career
Award: Multiple awards will be given
Applicants should be planning to pursue culinary training. Awards range from cash scholarships to tuition waivers and work study. For more information and to apply, see:
Deadline:  November 30, 2021 / National

Jennifer Turman Memorial Scholarship, South Coast Running Club
HS senior or college student, other requirements
Award: $1,000
This award is presented by the South Coast Running Club in memory of Jennifer Turman, a Cross Country and Track student-athlete/graduate from Marshfield High School, Clackamas Community College student-athlete, and South Coast Running Club member, who was tragically killed in an automobile accident in March 1995. This scholarship is awarded to a graduating SCRC-area high school senior or current college student. Recipient needs to show a real love of running.
You can find the application at:
Deadline:  April 1, 2022 /

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Joe Francis Haircare Scholarship Foundation
HS seniors apply during final term of high school, current beauty school students
Award: $1,200
To be considered, applicant must be currently applying for entrance into Cosmetology/Barber School, OR actively enrolled in a Cosmetology/Barber program. (If you graduate from Cosmetology or Barber School between the dates of: January 1st through August 31st of the current award year, you are NOT eligible.) Esthetician or Nail training students are NOT eligible. For more information and to apply, see:
Deadline: Application OPENS January 1st, DUE June 1st, 2022 /

Lamber-Goodnow Education Scholarship
High School or College Students
2 Awards yearly of $1,000 each
Applicants must have minimum GPA of 2.8 and must write a short essay (500-750 words) on the provided topic. See:
Deadline:  December 1, 2022 /

Lane Community College Foundation Scholarships
Seniors planning to attend Lane Community College
Various Awards
Applicants must be planning to attend Lane Community College and have a Lane ID # to do the online application, found at:
Deadline:  March 2, 2022 /

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Lockheed Martin STEM Scholarships
High School Senior with 3.5+ GPA or College Freshman/Sophomore with 3.0+ GPA, STEM Field
Award: 200 $10,000 renewable scholarships given, plus opportunity for paid internship
Application runs January 15 through March 12, 2019. Applicants must be planning to study in a STEM field and demonstrate financial need. Applicants must also be willing to consider a paid internship with Lockheed Martin following freshman, sophomore or junior year of college. Committee is looking for individuals who have demonstrated leadership. For more information and to apply, see:
Due Date
: April 1, 2022 / National

L. Ron Hubbard Illustrators of the Future
Any age
Awards: 3 winners each receive $500 plus a chance to compete for a $5000 grand prize
Open to new and amateur science fiction and fantasy artists.  All themes of science fiction and fantasy illustrations are welcome and every entry is judged on its own merits.  Judging is done by professional artists.  An entry consists of 3 illustrations and only one set of illustrations can be submitted per quarter.
For contest rules:
Current competition ends June 30, 2022
/ National

L. Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future
Any age
Awards range from $500 to $5,000
Open to new and amateur writers of new short stories or novelettes of science fiction or fantasy.  Entries must be works of prose, up to 17,000 words in length.  Judging is done by professional authors.  Only one entry per quarter allowed. For contest rules:
Current competition ends June 30, 2022 
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Marine Officer NROTC Scholarship
Students 17 years and older, other requirements apply
Award: Averages around $180,000 for four years
The Marine Corps is looking for young men and women with ambition, energy, drive and the desire to become Marine Corps Officers. Among the paths to a commission as an officer in the Marine Corps ins the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps program which provides a full tuition scholarship (averaging around $180,000 for four years) as well as the trainign required to become a successful leader of Marines. To start the process, read more HERE and HERE. You may also visit:
Due Date: Ongoing, Applications reviewed in October and February /  National

Miss Coos County Scholarship Program
Coos County Resident, other Requirements for Teen or Miss Competition
Award: Varies
Teen applicants must be between 13 and 17 years old. Miss applicants must be 17 and graduating senior up to age 24. More information and online application can be found at:
Due Date: October 2021 / Local

Mrs. Prindables Future Education Scholarship
Current senior or college student planning to become an educator
Award: $1,000
Applicants must be current high school seniors or college students who are planning to become educators. You do a short application and upload your college acceptance letter or transcripts. See:
Due Date: August 18, 2022 / National

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NALS of Southern Oregon Coast Scholarship
HS Senior, other requirements listed below
Award: Up to four awards of $1,300 each
Applicants must be preparing for any professional career, but preference will be given to an applicant who chooses to work in the legal field. Applicants must also: be a high school senior or planning enrollment in a school of advanced education, be in need of financial assistance, and have at least a 3.0 GPA. Application materials can be found HERE.
Due Date: Applications due April 29, 2022 / Regional

National High School Essay Contest, American Foreign Service Association
9th-12th Grade Students
Awards: $1,250-$2,500, plus other prizes
Applicants must submit a 1,000-1,250-word essay on the given topic. For more information, see:
Due Date: April 4, 2022 / National

National Honors Society Scholarship
12th Grade Students who are in good standing in National Honors Society
Awards: $3,200 - $25,000
Applicants must be senior members of an active NHS chapter who are in good standing. The NHS adviser must verify the student’s membership before the student can begin the application. All applications require two recommendations, and certification by the NHS adviser in order to be considered complete. For more information, see:
Due Date: Opens October 1, 2021, DUE December 1, 2021 / National

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National Scholarship Award for Dreamers, TheDream.US
HS Seniors and community college graduates who are known under the "Dreamer" Status
Awards: Covers tuition and fees and some applicants also receive a stipend
This is sort of the "Pell Grant" for highly motivated DREAMers with significant, unmet financial need. You are eligible to apply if you are a person who has lived in the US without official authorization since coming to the country as a minor and came into the US before November 1st, 2014. For more information, see:

Due Date: February 28, 2022 / National

National Space Club and Foundation Keynote Scholar
Seniors in High School (through Graduate school)
Award: $10,000
The applicant must have the intention of pursuing a career in the STEM fields and plan to attend an acredited U.S. college or university to follow a course of study to pursue a career in the STEM field, with a preference for those with space-related interests. Application, video and Skype interview required. See: for more information.
Due Date: December 3, 2021  / National 

NAWIC (National Association of Women in Construction) Construction Trades Scholarship
Enrolled in and receiving training in construction trades program
Awards: Vary
Applicant must be currently enrolled in a construction-related training program which is approved by the Bureau of Apprenticeship Training, community college, technical school or equivalent. Applicant must be obtaining training in a construction-related craft or trade. Applications require a number of items including list of activities and essays. For more information and to apply see the Construction Trades Scholarship listing at:
Due Date: February 28, 2022  / National 

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North Bend Community Scholarship Fund, Inc. (NBCSF)
Senior at NBHS, or NBHS Graduate (any year)
Award amounts determined individually by Selection Committee, based on one or more of the following: Financial Need, Academic Excellence, Special Merit
General eligibility, applicants must meet the following requirements: 1. Be a graduate (any year) of North Bend High School or be a senior at NBHS at time of application. 2. Have attended NBHS a minimum of two years (four semesters / six terms). 3. Complete and submit 2 copies of the application by deadline. 4. Enroll in accredited United States college/university or technical/vocational school eligible to accept federal financial aid money.

PROGRAM INFORMATION The North Bend Community Scholarship Fund, Inc. currently administers over 46 individual programs which are described on the NBCSF website. If you have questions, contact the NBCSF Selection Committee at the address given above. The Selection Committee matches applicants to eligibility criteria, so an applicant needs to submit only two sets of forms to be considered for all programs for which he/she might be eligible.

1. Read and follow all instructions carefully. 2. Submit two completed copies of your application. An incomplete application is disqualified. 3. Submit all forms and material in the order of the pages listed (on website). Be sure to follow the NEW directions for how this will be put together and submitted (all entries will be mailed, NOT dropped off at the high school for 2022, and NO folders will be used).

Complete, up-to-date information and forms can be found at:

Be sure to follow ALL directions COMPLETELY. Failure to follow instructions exactly will result in DISQUALIFICATION.

Note: The necessary NBHS transcripts will not be ready until after the scholarship application deadline. The committee will request to receive the transcripts from our registrar and will then add them to received senior applications. They will only be able to do this if applicants have a transcript authorization form on file at the high school. If you have not completed this form, you will need to contact our registrar, Mindy Dubisar: The form will also be included in the NBCSF application materials.

To help with the information about the college costs questions for Oregon colleges/universities, see HERE for the 21/22 Standard Student Budgets for Oregon Postsecondary Institutions.

To see the application from last year with some tips from Ginny Prickett on how to complete it, see HERE (most things in the new application for 22/23 is the same)

To see a sample application from last year for first time applicants, see HERE (most things are still the same)

Due Date: April 1, 2022
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Northwest Community Credit Union
HS Senior, other requirements listed below
Awards: 20 awards of $1,000 each will be given
Applicants must: be a Northwest Community Credit Union member in good standing by April 1, 2021, be a high school graduate or have a GED, attend an accredited college in Fall 2021, attend 9 or more credit hours beginning the Fall 2021 semester or quarter, demonstrate service to the community. For more information, see:
Due Date: March 31, 2022 / Regional

9th through 12th
Awards: over 500 full scholarships to study abroad
The National Security Language Initiative for Youth is a program of the U.S. Department of State.  The program offers merit-based scholarships to learn a foreign language through immersion and language courses.  Summer and year programs are available for Arabic, Hindi, Korean, Mandarin Chinese, Persian, Russian and Turkish.  Previous language study is not required.  GPA of at least 2.5 required. Local contact: Becky Minor, 541-756-3537,
To access information and application: .
Due Date
: November 5, 2021 for 2022/2023 School Year/ National 23/24 application available September, 2022

Nuts, Bolts & Thingamajigs Scholarships
12th grade, pursuing degrees leading to manufacturing careers
Awards: $1,500 - $3,500
This application covers a few different scholarships ranging from $1,500 - $3,500 each. Applicants must be currently enrolled in or entering a certificate or degree program which leads to a manufacturing career on a full-time basis (12 or more credit hours) and have a 2.5 GPA for trade, community, or technical colleges or 3.0 GPA for universities. For more information and to apply, see:
Due Date: Opens January 1, 2022, DUE March 31, 2022 / National

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Oratorical Contest with the American Legion
HS Students under 20 years old
Award: up to $20,000 at national level
The local contest will be held in December, based on number of applicants. For more information on the program see:
To sign up to participate, contact Kevin Owens: 541-287-1899,, more information found in room 6
Due Date: Sign up ASAP, Fall 2021 / Local, then Regional, National

Oregon Association of Secondary School Administrators (OASSA) Scholarship
Senior, child of an OASSA member
Award: Two $1,000 scholarships given
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. For the application, see:
Due Date
: Due March 16th, 2022 / State

Oregon Barber & Hairdresser Grant Program
Award: varies by need and funds avialability
Applicants must be Oregon residents, attend a licensed school of barbering, hair design, cosmetology, or manicure in Oregon that participates in Federal Title IV financial aid programs and participates in the Barbers and Hairdressers Grant Program, enroll full-time in a program which is at least nine months long or 900 clock hours, and have significant need for financial help. Apply through FAFSA: must have qualified school listed on the FAFSA. For more information, see:
Due Date
: Part of FAFSA application, ASAP after October 1st / State

Oregon Cheerleading Coaches Association Academic Scholarship
Graduating Senior, other requirements listed below
Award: Minimum of $1,000, number of awards given varies
Applicants must have a 3.5 GPA by the end of their junior year to be eligible to apply. Applicants are evaluated on their academic performance, dedication to their team and school, future goals and community involvement. Scholarships will be awarded to Oregon High School and/or All-Star Gym Cheerleaders who will be graduating in the class of 2022. Scholarships awarded will be non-renewable and will total a minimum of $1,000. Scholarships may be awarded to cheerleaders from all classifications (1A-6A).There is no limit to the number of applicants from one school. See:,classifications%20(1A%2D6A)
Due Date
: December 1, 2021 / State

Oregon Coast Anglers Conservation Scholarship
Graduating senior in SW Oregon, planning to go into a field which is related to conservation
Award: 3 awards of $1,000 each will be given
Applicants must be graduating seniors who reside and attend school in southwestern Oregon. They also need to be intending to pursue a career which in some way benefits the conservation of natural resources. Applications can be obtained in room 6 at NBHS. CLARIFICATION: The application states that a teacher recommendation is required and asks you to list the teacher's name. The committee has explained that they are expecting a recommendation letter from a teacher to be included with the application.
Due Date
: April 22, 2022 / Local

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Oregon Fraternal Order of Eagles Scholarship Foundation
Senior at accredited Oregon high school, other requirements listed below.
Award: $1,000
Applicants must attend an Oregon high school, hold a 3.0 or higher GPA, and demonstrate financial need (displayed by answering information about parent's income, etc., in the application). Along with application, the following are required to apply: four letters of recommendation, a brief resume of community and civic involvement and activities, a transcript of high school academics and attendance record (NBHS students can ask the high school front office for a copy of their attendance to put with their transcripts). Application
Due Date
: March 1, 2022 / State

Oregon Jewish Community Foundation Scholarship
Jewish Oregonians
Awards vary, one application puts you in for several scholarships
Applicants must have been residents of Oregon for at least one year, be Jewish and demonstrate financial need. Application also requires letters of recommendation. For more information and for application, see:
Due Date
: March 15, 2022 / State

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Oregon Latino Scholarship Fund
Oregon resident with Hispanic heritage, must have 3.0+ GPA
Awards: $2,000 - $5,700
Applicants must be of Hispanic ancestry, permanently residing in Oregon or Clark County, Washington; applicants must be currently attending a high school in Oregon or Clark County, Washington or have attended a high school in Oregon OR Clark County, Washington and currently enrolled in an accredited college; applicants must have at least a 3.0 GPA as evidenced by a high school or college transcript; applicants will be evaluated on academics, extra-curricular activities, community service, written essays and letters of recommendation. For more information, see:
Due Date: January 31, 2022 / State

Oregon Logging Conference Foundation Scholarship Program
Oregon HS Seniors, additional requirements given below
Awards: $750 - $3,000 each
Applicants must be planning to go into one of the following fields: Forest Engineering, Forest Management, Forest Operations Management, Heavy Equipment Maintenance and Welding,​ Resource Management, Diesel Mechanics, Heavy Equipment Operations, Other forest/timber industry related areas of study. Application requires transcript and letters of recommendation. More information and application found here:
Due Date: April 1st, 2022 / State

Oregon Music Hall of Fame Scholarship
Oregon HS Seniors, additional requirements given below
Award: Varies
OMHOF awards yearly scholarships to selected graduating Oregon high school seniors who have exhibited serious pursuit and accomplishment in their personal musicianship – and who are college-bound music majors. Recipients are publicly recognized at an award presentation where each performs onstage, demonstrating mastery of his/her instrument. For more information see:
Due Date: February 14, 2022 / State

Oregon Pacific Bank Scholarship
HS Seniors in specified areas, one scholarship will be awarded to a Coos County student
Award: $2,000
Applicantsdo NOT need to be a client of Oregon Pacific Bank to apply. Eligibility Requirements: applicant must demonstrate intent to pursue either an academic or vocational career at an accredited college, university or vocational institution. Primary consideration in selecting the candidate will focus on leadership in community service or extra‐curricular activities while maintaining credible academic achievement. Applicant must present information on their financial need by submitting pertinent information to the scholarship committee. Applicant must provide the following documents with the application: Grade transcript. For more information, see:
Due Date: April 1, 2022 / Regional

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Oregon Promise Scholarship
HS Seniors who will attend an Oregon community college within 6 months of graduation, GPA of 2.5 or higher
Award: $1,000 to approximately $3,540
Students should apply for this scholarship before June 1st of the year graduating (if graduating in the spring). This scholarship helps with tuition at Oregon community colleges. Applicants should have at least one Oregon community college listed on FAFSA. The sooner you apply for this scholarship, the better. Select to have your high school verify your GPA. You must have a cumulative high school GPA of 2.5 or higher. Application is completed within the OSAC portal. For more information and to apply, see:
Due Date
: Open in October, DUE June 1, 2022 (for June graduates)--best to apply sooner / State

Oregon PTA Teacher Education Scholarship
Oregon residents studying for a teaching degree at an OR public university or college
Award: $500.00, may award several
This scholarship is for Oregon residents studying for a teaching degree at an Oregon public univeristy or college. Oregon community colleges which transfer credit in education to an Oregon four-year public institutation also qualify. The scholarship is a one-time, $500 award. For more information and to obtain an application:
Due Date
: June 30, 2022 / State

Oregon Sports Hall of Fame and Museum MacTarnahan Scholarship Program
Oregon seniors who are athletes, 3.3 GPA, other requirements
Award: Six $3,000 scholarships
This organization awards up to six $3,000 scholarships to Oregon high school seniors graduating in the year 2022. Recipients are chosen on the basis of financial need, athletic accomplishment, academic achievement and community involvement. Minimum academic requirements: GPA of 3.3. Scholarship funds must be used at an institution of higher education within Oregon. For more information and application see HERE.
Due Date
: June 15, 2022 / State

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Oregon Tech Foundation
Students who will be attending Oregon Tech
Awards: Vary
There are a number of different scholarships available for students who will be attending OIT. The Foundation scholarship application is due March 1st. For more information, see:
Due Date
: March 1, 2022

OSAC (Oregon Office of Student Access and Completion) Scholarship
HS Seniors, college students
Award: $1,000 - $10,000+ (this is one umbrella application for over 600 individual scholarships)
OSAC application opens November 1st. This is where students can access several local scholarships (such as Al & Hilda Pierce, which pays a total of $6,000 over four years, and the Kiwanis scholarship). All error-free Early Bird submissions will be entered in a drawing to win an extra $1,000 scholarship. It is best to apply early as sometimes the system can become overwhelmed on the final due date and late submissions are not accepted. This application requires four essays, an activity chart, and other information. Be sure to complete every additional step for individual scholarships. There are scholarships that are for graduating high school seniors as well as current college students. Some of the scholarships require you to attend an Oregon school; others can be taken out of state. See:
The OSAC scholarship filtering does not work great. To help you, I have gone through the scholarship catalog and pulled out scholarships NBHS students may be elgible for and put them into one document. It can be found HERE. (Note: this list is from the 20/21 year, I have not obtained an updated list for 21/22. The old list should still be pretty accurate, though.)
Due Date
: Opens Nov 1st, Early Bird February 15, 2022; Final Deadline: March 1, 2022 by 5:00pm PST / State

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Pacific Forest Foundation Scholarship
High school seniors in states including Oregon, planning to go into forestry
Award: Five to ten scholarships of $1,000 - $3,000 each will be awarded
Students must be planning to attend a university, community college or trade school in a subject related to the forest industry. Application requires at least two letters of recommendation. For more information and application, see:
Due Date: May 1, 2022 / State/Regional

Pacific Inside Electrical JATC Apprenticeship
This is for a local apprenticeship program
This is for a local electrical apprenticeship program. Information on applicant Qualifications, on Steps to Becoming, and Informational Sheet, some Sample Test Questions, apprenticeship Opening Announcement, and Wage and Benefits information. For additional details, contact: Nicholas Brening, Training Director, Pacific Inside Electrical JATC 541-756-6997 office.
Due Date: Date according to when there are openings

Pacific Northwest Association for College Admission Counseling (PNACAC) Scholarships
High school seniors in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon or Washington or currently enrolled college students
Award: Ten students will be awarded one-time scholarships of $1,000
Students must have a 3.00+ unweighted, cumulative GPA, live in the indicated states, and plan to attend a regionally accredited college or university in the Fall. Part of the application is a video essay. For more information, visit:
Due Date: March 1, 2022 / Regional

Patty J. Barton Memorial Scholarship--Zonta Club
Female high school seniors from Coos and Curry County, other requiements
Award: $20,000 paid out over a number of qualifying terms
Applicant requirements: 1. Coos and Curry County residents or considered home base if away at college 2. Female enrolled by the start of the fall semester of 2022 at an accredited institution 3. Plan to enroll minimum of 10 credit hours with a strong preference for 12 or more 4. In pursuit of a specific degree or certification 5. In pursuit of a career in a field with the intent of full-time employment. Preference given to applicant demonstrating: 1. Significant life challenge from which they are rebuilding 2. The tenacity to focus on something and see it through to completion 3. Financial need. More information and application can be found at:
Due Date: March 15, 2022 / Local

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Pearl M. Hill Memorial Scholarship for Upward Bound Students
High school juniors and seniors, must be TRiO Upward Bound project participant for at least one year, other requirements
Award: $1,000 (number of students awarded is based on funds)
This scholarship is for current or former TRiO Upward Bound project participants from Region X (Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington). Candidates must be high school juniors or seniors at time of application and mus exhibit those qualities which indicate outstanding leadership ability, civic involvement and commitment to higher education. Applicants must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or above from the most recent educational institution attended and must be nominated by their Upward Bound advisor. For more information, see:
Due Date: May 31, 2022  / Regional

PEO Scholarship
Female students entering at least college junior year
Award: $1,500 to a NBHS graduate and $1,500 to a Marshfield graduate
This scholarship is offered by Chapter CS of the PEO Sisterhood and is for female students who will be starting at least their junior year of college in the fall. Current high school seniors who will graduate with Associate's degree and move on to college are eligible. Applicants may already hold an Associate's or Bachelor's degree; graduate students eligible to apply. Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. Women who have experienced a gap in education and are returning to college also welcome to apply. Scholarship applications area available in room 6 at NBHS.
Due Date: April 15, 2022 / Local

PEO Star Scholarship
Female students in senior year of high school
Award: $2,500
This scholarship is offered by the local PEO chapter. A woman is eligible to be recommended for the PEO Star Scholarship provided she: Exhibits excellence in leadership, academics, extracurricular activities, community service and potential for future success; has a minimum cumulative unweighted GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale; is in the final academic year of her secondary education and is 20 or younger; is a citizen or legal permanent resident of the US; plans to attend an accredited post-secondary educational institution in the US or Canada, full or part-time, in teh fall of the academic year following high school graduation; is recommended by and receives the vote of a PEO chapter. The local Coos chapter would like to be contacted by women who meet these requirements and are part of the NBHS graduating class of 2023. Prospective applicants will be interviewed by the local chair and if the chapter votes to recommend the applicant they will oversee the online application process at The local contact is: Marilyn Schmidt, 541-404-2745,
Due Date: OPENS August 15, DUE October 25, 2022 / Local

Planet Fitness/Boys & Girls Club Judgement Free Generation Scholarship
High school seniors who are active members in Boys and Girls Club
Award: Thirty $5,000 awards will be given nationally
Planet Fitness is offering $5,000 scholarships to thirty deserving teens who model the judgement free, pro-kindness, and anti-bullying values for which Planet Fitness and Boys & Girls Clubs of America collectively stand. While many scholarships take into consideration only academics and/or athletics, this scholarship – part of Planet Fitness’ Judgement Free Generation initiative – will focus on acceptance and will be awarded to those students that are passionate about spreading kindness, and stopping bullying. Applications require staff member recommendation and a video. For more information, see:
Due Date: March 24, 2022  / National

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Port of Coos Bay
Seniors at local high schools
Awards: Three $500 awards will be given
This scholarship is for local graduating seniors who are pursuing educational advancement at an Oregon trade school, community college, or university. Awards made based on: academic success, community involvement. All eligible students are encouraged to apply, though special consideration will be given to those seeking educational advancement in trades or skills related to the maritime, rail, or trade and logistics industries and those attending an Oregon college. Application is a fillable form and requires a short essay. For more information, see:
Due Date: Opens February 1st, 2022, DUE April 1st, 2022 / Local

Portland Chinese Scholarship Foundation
Seniors with 2.75+ GPA, at least 50% Chinese Ancestry, other requirements
Awards: Range from $500 - $3,000
This scholarship application has several different scholarships under it. The applicant shall be at least 50% of Chinese ethnicity. The applicant shall be an U.S. citizen or a permanent resident of the United States of America. The applicant shall be a student who is a member of an Oregon high school graduating class with a minimum of four semesters or two years of attendance in the State of Oregon. The applicant shall have a cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.75 or better. The applicant plans to attend an accredited college or university in the U.S. For scholarships based on Community service and Leadership activities, the applicant shall have been involved in civic activities, demonstrated by the records of volunteering in school, church and/or the community he/she lives in. Special emphasis is placed on activities that relate to the Chinese culture. For athletic scholarships, the applicant shall have participated in organized high school sports. For more information and to apply see:
Due Date: May 13, 2022  / State

Portland State University 4 years Free
Seniors with 3.2 GPA, first-time Freshman to atttend PSU, Pell Grant-eligible
Award: Covers tuition and fees, after other grants applied
This program helps cover tuition and fees after Pell and other grants are applied. FAFSA must be completed by February 1st, application to PSU completed before May 1st. For more information, visit:
Due Date: FAFSA completed before Feb 1st, PSU application completed before May 1st, 2022  / State

Post 9/11 GI Bill: Marine Sergeant John David Fry Scholarship
Children of an active duty member of the Armed Forces who died in the line of duty on or after Sept 11, 2001, are eligible for this benefit
Eligible children attending school may receive full tuition and fees up to $17,500, plus a monthly living stipend and book allowance.
For application: Go to VA’s website, and click on “Apply for Benefits.”

Ongoing / National

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Prefontaine Foundation Scholarship
HS Senior in Coos County, 3.0 GPA, other requirements described below
Award: $2,000
Applicants must be a high school senior, have at least a 3.00 cumulative high school GPA, be a resident of Coos County since no later than September 1, 2021, have participated in either cross country and/or track and field in high school, plan to attend a 2-year or 4-year college full time throughout the next school year, and have demonstrated exceptional dedication to the sport.  The application can be found HERE.
Due Date: April 8, 2022  / Local

Pride Foundation Scholarships
For LGBTQ and allied senior students
Multiple scholarships are available and specific requirements apply. For more information, see:
Due Date: January 7, 2022  / National

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Prochnow Scholarship Program
Seniors with diagnosed mental illness
Award: $10,000
Must be a senior graduating 2020, have a 3.5+ cumulative GPA, and diagnosed mental illness. Essay required. For more information see:
Due Date: April 30, 2022  / National

Profiles in Courage Essay Contest
9th-12th Grade Students
Applicants must write an essay with betwee 700 and 1,000 words, describing an "act of political courage by a US elected official who served during or after 1917, the year John F. Kennedy was born. The official may have addressed an issue at the local, state, or national level." For more information, see:
Due Date: January 14, 2022
 / National

Prudential Spirit of Community Awards
5th-12th Grade Students
Awards: State and National awards are given, up to $5,000
Applicants are recognized for making a different in their community through volunteering. Applications include a portion completed by a certifier. More information can be found at:
Due Date: November 4, 2021
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QuestBridge - College Match Scholarship
Award: Full 4-year scholarships
For students who have achieved academic excellence in the face of economic challenges (less than $65,000/year for a family of 4).
Recipient must attend one of the 39 top-ranked partner colleges.  Apply for up to 8 schools with one free application.
For information and access to application:
Due date: DUE September 28, 2021 /

Religious Liberty Essay Contest
HS 11th and 12th Grade Students
Award: $2,000 and trip to Washington, DC
Applicants write an 800 - 1,200 word essay on the given prompt. For more information, see:
Due date: March 14, 2022 / National

Reach Your Peak Scholarship
HS Seniors in Oregon
Award: Ten $1,000 Scholarships
Get Schooled and Oregon Goes to College are giving away ten $1,000 scholarships to support all Oregon youth in their goals after high school. There are many paths you can take after high school, and no matter which you choose, Get School and Oregon Goes to College want to give you a jump start! All you have to do is tell us why continuing your education after high school (community college, certification programs, college, trade schools, etc.) is important to you? To apply, visit:
Due date: May 8, 2022 / State

Renaissance Foundation Scholarship
HS Graduating Seniors, also available to college students
Award: Up to $4,000 per year, renewable
The Renaissance Scholars Program provides renewable scholarships for high achieving, first-generation college students with financial need. The scholarship contributes up to $4,000 a year towards tuition and fees, housing, books and supplies for students, depending on each students individual financial need. In addition to funds, scholars receive support from foundation staff in navigating the higher education system and persisting to graduation. Applicants must: be a first-generation college student who is either the very first child your family to attend a 4-year college or the second child. Third (or later) siblings are not eligible for this scholarship. (see FAQ for more info); have significant demonstrated financial need, typically meaning an EFC of $6,000 or less (see FAQ section for more); and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 and have shown academic achievement. for more information and to apply, see: HERE
Due date: February 1st, 2022 / State

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Robertson Scholars Program for Scholars at Duke and UNC-Chapel Hill
HS Seniors
Award: Tuition, room and board, and more
The Robertson Scholars Leadership Program provides eight semesters of full tuition, room and board, and most mandatory fees for Scholars at Duke and UNC-Chapel Hill. Scholars also have access to generous funding for up to three summer experiences, funding for conferences throughout the academic year, and for two semesters of study abroad. The Robertson Scholars Leadership Program seeks students who have demonstrated outstanding potential to become great leaders in college and beyond. There is no such thing as a ‘typical Robertson Scholar’. Our Scholars pursue a range of passions, academic interests, and personal and professional goals. For more information and to apply, see:
Due date: Opens August 15, DUE November 15, 2022 / National

Rotary "4-Way Test" Speech Contest
Eligibility: Coos Bay/North Bend High School Students, 9-12th Grade
Award: Cash Prizes at District Level are $3,500, $2,000 and $1,500
Applicants present a prepared speech for the Rotary Club. Winners move on to the district level. Speeches should be 5-7 minutes in length and have specific requirements. A flyer with local contact information can be found HERE. Additional information and application can be found HERE. Applications to participate are due by March 21st.
Due date: Application must be received by committee by March 21, 2022 /

Sallie Mae Bridging the Dream Scholarship
Seniors in high school
Award: $10,000 (25 will be given)
This scholarship for High School Seniors helps make the dream of higher education a reality for outstanding students from minority and other historically underserved communities. High school seniors who are facing financial challenges may apply to win a $10,000 scholarship to help them attend college or a vocational-technical school. For additional information and application, see:
Due Date
: February 28, 2022 / National

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SchoolHouse Connection Youth Scholarship Program
Award: $2,000 (10 are given)
This scholarship is for students who are under 20, entering college for the first time during the 2021/22 school year, and who have experienced homelessness in the past 6 years. The award includes a $2,000 scholarship, trip to a national awards ceremony, second gathering in Washington, DC 1 year after the initial award (travel expenses included).
For more information and to apply, see:
Due Date
: Online by October 15, 2022 / National

Science Ambassador Scholarship
Senior woman who will pursue STEM field education/career
Award: Full-tuition
Applications for this scholarship include a 3-minute video of applicant explaining a STEM topic. For more information, go to:
Due Date
: December 13, 2021 / National

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Seattle University Sullivan Leadership Award
9 Awards given: each covers tuition, room and board for each of 4 undergraduate years at Seatttle University
Requires at least a 3.7 GPA, students who demonstrate leadership, service, and excellent communication skills. Application requires an essay, resume, and two letters of recommendation--all submitted online. Also requires ACT/SAT scores and official transcripts. Need to complete early action application (through Common App) to the University by November 15th. See:
Due Date
: December 3, 2021 / National

Seneca Scholarship (done in OSAC)
High School Senior
Award: $10,000
This scholarship requires a 5 - 7 page research essay on forest management. Applying to this scholarship is done through the OSAC website. This scholarship is not based on SAT, GPA or financial need. It is based soley on the essay. This scholarship may be used for any area of study at any college or trade school accepting federal funds within the U.S. Additional information can be found HERE
Due Date
: Opens Nov 1, 2021, DUE March 1, 2022 / Oregon

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Society of American Foresters (SAF), Coos Chapter, Natural Resource Scholarship
HS Senior or College Student who is planning a career in a natural resource profession
Award: Scholarships totaling $1,000
The Coos Chapter, Society of American Foresters will offer scholarships totaling $1000 to freshmen and sophomores in college studying forestry and natural resources as well as high school seniors with plans to study these subjects. Applicants must be planning to be enrolled full time (12 credit hours) in the Fall of 2022. Applicants must have ties to the south coast area (Coos, Curry, or Western Douglas counties). Ties can be defined broadly as connections through family, work experience, or residency. Applicants will be evaluated based on academic performance, professional experience and interest, and potential to contribute to the natural resource-based economies of Oregon’s south coast. Financial need and related circumstances will also be considered.
Society of American Foresters 2022 Scholarship Announcement
SAF 2022 Scholarship Application
Deadline: April 30, 2022 /

Soliant's Sunrise Scholarship
HS Senior with 3.0+ GPA and have taken the SAT or ACT
Award: $1,000
Applications require a 400-450 word essay on the following prompt: "How have you used technology as a tool to improve someone’s life, and what did you learn from this experience?" For more information, see:
Deadline: April 29, 2022 /

Steamfitter Apprenticeship
Must be 17 to apply and age 18 at time of registration
The Oregon/SW Washington/NW California Plumbers and Steamfitters JATC will be accepting applications from November 5, 2018 through November 18, 2018. For more information see:
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Student-View Scholarship and Oregon Senior Scholarship
HS Seniors
Awards: One $5,000, three $1,000, ten $500 scholarships plus one $500 Oregon Senior Scholarship
Applicants create an application survey about colleges in their area. (This program is run by Student Insights, a market research firm. Learn more about them at: For more information and to complete teh application see:
Deadline: April 23, 2022 /
State and National

Sub Pop Loser Scholarship
High School Senior living in OR or WA, planning to attend college full-time
Award: $3,000-$7,000
Applicants must be "involved and/or interested in music and/or the creative arts in some way. However, you do not need to be pursuing an education in the arts." Application requires an essay and submission of some "extras"--artwork, video links, etc.
For more information, see: and
Due Date: March 19, 2022 / Oregon/Washington

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Surfrider Foundation, Coos Bay Chapter, Environmental/Natural Sciences Scholarship
HS Senior or current SWOCC student, additional requirements listed below
Award: at least $1,000
This scholarship is for: senior enrolled in a Coos County high school, Pacific High School in Curry County, or attending SWOCC. Preference will be given to an individual who is pursuing a career in an environmental science or natural science profession (such as Environmental Science, Natural Resources, Rangeland Management, Environmental Policy, Fish or Wildlife Management, Biology, Botany, Zoology, or related field). Applicants should also have demonstrated interest or activities related to environmental or natural sciences (documented participation in Oregon Beach Cleanups and STEP Hatchery Programs, etc.). It's a plus to have interest in surfing, kayaking, and the enjoyment of the ocean. At the minimum, the organization awards at least one scholarship for $1000 or more each year. In many years, they have awarded more than one scholarship. They also award "honorable mention" scholarships for students who inspire them, even though their career path may not fall directly within the organization's mission. For more information, see:
The scholarship announcement and application forms are also found here:
Surfrider 2022 Scholarship Announcement
Surfrider 2022 Scholarship Application
Due Date: April 17, 2022 / Local

SWOCC Foundation Scholarships
Students attending SWOCC for Fall term next year
Awards Vary
These scholarships are for students headed to Southwestern Oregon Community College. There are multiple scholarships applicants are considered for with this one application. For more information on how to apply, see:
Due Date: Opens January 1st, Early Bird--February 1st, Final Due--March 1st, 2022 / Local

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SWOCC Student Ambassadors Program
Students who will attend SWOCC, need 2.5+ GPA
Award: Tuition assistance and stipend
This program is with the Office of Admissions at Southwestern. Student Ambassadors complete a variety of tasks, including: conduct campus tours, represent SOCC during recruiting events and high school visits, participate in college calling campaigns and work in the admissions office. Application requires cover letter, completed application form, resume, two reference forms and a minimum GPA (upon applying and during the program). Information and application found HERE. For additional information or to ask questions, email:
Due Date: May 2, 2022 / Local

SWOCF-Southwest Oregon Children Foundation-Toby Tuttle Renewable Scholarship
NBHS Seniors
Award: $1,000 renewable scholarship
This scholarship is in remembrance of Toby Tuttle. The application requires the following: acceptance letter to your preferred school, three letters of reference, resume, SAT/ACT scores and an essay. For more information, see HERE. Applications should be turned into the brown box in Student Services, NOT emailed as the directions state on the PDF.

Taco Bell Live Mas Scholarship
US Citizen, 16 - 24 years old
Award: $5,000 - $25,000, multiple awards will be given
Applicants must be between 16 and 24 years old, planning to attend/attending an accredited college or university. A video submission is required. There is no GPA or need-based element. For more information, see:
Due Date: January 11, 2022 / National

Tall Club International Scholarship
Senior entering first year of college in the Fall, other requirements listed below
Award: $1,000
Applicants must be under 21 years of age, about to attend their first year of higher education, and meet the height requirements of TCI— 5' 10" (178 cm) for women, and 6' 2" (188 cm) for men.  Annually, TCI Foundation awards mulitple student scholarship(s) of up to $1000 each. For more information see:
Due Date: March 1, 2022 / State and National

Taiwanese American Scholarship Fund
US Citizen or Permanent Resident, additional qualifications
Award: Ten $5,000 scholarships will be given
Applicant must be aUS citizen or US Permanent Resident AND direct blood descendant of a Taiwanese citizen, High school senior or 1st-year college student residing in the US, Have a minimum cumulative unweighted high school/college GPA of 3.0, Have a household income at or below the Federal/State/County Low Income Level. The scholarship is open to ALL Majors. Application requires an online application form, three references, official transcript. For more information see:
Due Date: April 1, 2022 / National

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Teddy Villers Natural Resources Scholarship
HS Senior at Coos County school or SWOCC Student, pursuing degree in natural sciences
Award: $2,500
Applicants must be a current high school senior or community college student (or recent graduate) in the Coos watershed geographical area (Coos Bay/North Bend and immediate surrounding area) and must be pursuing a career/degree in a natural science field such as: Environmental Science, Natural Resources, Forestry, Biology, Fish and Wildlife, Botany, Zoology, Rangeland Management, Environmental Management/Policy, or other related fields. The Coos Watershed Association and Villers Family will award this scholarship to one candidate of their choosing who demonstrates a passion for and commitment to studying natural sciences. Application requires high school transcript and a letter of recommendation.
Fillable application: Teddy Villers Scholarship Application (application materials also available on Watershed's site)
***Be sure to read about the scholarship and why it is so important to the Coos Watershed Association members before completing your application by visiting the Watershed's website:
Due Date: Must be RECEIVED by committe by 4pm on March 4, 2022--email or mail / Local

Thru the Trees Video Contest
14-18 year old residents of Oregon, Washington, Montana and Idaho
Awards: $100 - $1,000
High school students are invited to create a video that provides information about the value of a career in the forest products sector. Videos may be up to 90 seconds long and will be submitted via YouTube. For more information, visit:
Due Date: DUE April 15, 2022 / Regional

Trout Unlimited, South Coast Cutthroat Chapter Scholarship
HS seniors at Coos County HS or Pacific HS in Curry County, pursuing Bachelor's degree in a natural science / environmental field
Applicants must be individuals who are planning to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in a natural science / environmental field. Applicants must meet the following criteria to be eligible for consideration: • Must be enrolled in either a Coos County High School, or Pacific High School in Curry County. • Must be a current high school senior. • Preference will be given to individuals who are pursuing a career in a natural science or environmental major such as Environmental Science, Fisheries, Oceanography, Hydrology, Environmental Policy, Biology, Ecology, or other related fields. • Have demonstrated interest or activities related to environmental or natural sciences such as participation in river cleanups, tree planting, fish habitat restoration projects, or STEP Programs, etc. For more information see HERE. For application, see HERE.
Due Date: Must be postmarked by April 17, 2022 / Local

Truman D. Picard Scholarship
Graduating HS seniors and current college students, for Native American/Alaskan Natural Resource Students
$2,000 - $2,500
Applicants must be Native American/Alaskan and be studying/planning to study Natural Resources. Application requires a letter of application, resume, three letters of reference, evidence of validated enrollment in a federally recognized tribe or Alaska Native Corporation, high school and college transcripts. Directions can be found HERE. You may also see here:
Due Date: March 11, 2022 / Regional

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UA Local 290, Steamfitters, Plumbers Scholarship
Graduating HS Senior or Current College Student
Award: Varies
pplicant must be a CHILD or GRANDCHILD of a current LU 290 member. Applicant must be attending or planning to attend an accredited college or university with a degree program. Applicant must attach a copy of their most current UNOFFICIAL transcripts. Also, if available, please attach a copy of PSAT and/or SAT scores. For more info, see:
Due Date: March 31, 2022  / Local

UCB Family Epilepsy Scholarship Program
HS Seniors, Current College Students
Awards: 30 awards of up to $5,000 each, 3 awards of up to $10,000 each
pplicants must be people living with epilepsy, their family members, or caregivers pursuing higher education. Thirty applicants who demonstrate academic and personal achievement will receive scholarships of up to $5,000 each. Two applicants will receive Epilepsy Leader Scholarships of up to $10,000 each. Additionally, UCB will award one applicant the Joe D’Souza Memorial Scholarship of up to $10,000. The recipients of the Epilepsy Leader Scholarships and the Joe D'Souza Memorial Scholarship will demonstrate academic and personal achievement and will also exemplify some of the qualities that Drs. Helmers and Pellock were best known for, including a desire to advocate for and serve others, an interest in positively contributing to the epilepsy community, and a persevering spirit. For more information and to apply, see:
Due Date: March 1, 2022  / National

Unigo Shout it Out
13 or Older, Enrolled in College by Fall, 2024
Award: $1,500
Applicants will write a short response to the prompt: "If you could say one thing to the entire world at once, what would it be and why?" (250 words or less) See:
Due Date: September 30, 2022 / National

Union Plus Scholarship
Current/Retired Members of Participating Unions, their Spouses and Dependents
Award: $500-$4,000
Applicants must be current or retired members of participating unions, their spouses or their dependent children (as defined by IRS regulations). At least one year of continuous union membership by the applicant, applicant's spouse or parent (if applicant is a dependent). The one year membership minimum must be satisfied by May 31, 2018. "This is a competitive scholarship. Applicants are evaluated according to academic ability, social awareness, financial need and appreciation of labor. A GPA of 3.0 or higher is recommended. The required essays can account for up to half your total score. Scholarship applicants are judged by a committee of impartial post-secondary educators." See:
Due Date: 12pm Eastern (9am Pacific) January 31, 2022 / National

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University of Oregon Diversity Excellence Scholarship
Seniors, apply to U of O, establish financial need, 3.0 GPA
Award: $6,500, renewable
Only domestic students elgible to receive the scholarship. You must apply to U of O by January 15th and complete the Diversity Excellence scholarship application by February 1st. For more information, see:
Due Date: Apply to U of O by January 15, scholarship application due by February 1, 2022 / State

University of Oregon Pathway Oregon
Seniors planning to attend U of O in Fall as first-time freshmen, 3.4 GPA, Pell Grant-eligible
Award: Tuition covered 4 years
oThis is for students who graduate from an Oregon high school and plan to attend U of O. Students with a GPA under 3.4 may be considered based on space and funding. For more information, visit:
Due Date: Application due by January 15, 2022, FAFSA due before February 15, 2022 / State

University of Oregon Stamps Scholarship
Seniors, minimum 3.85 GPA, other requirements
Award: UO resident tuition, fees, room, and board for four years of undergraduate study, plus more
This is for incoming, domestic freshmen students. Five Oregon and five out-of-state students will be awarded. Oregon resident Stamps Scholars receive UO resident tuition, fees, room, and board for four years of undergraduate study. All recipients benefit from up to $12,000 in enrichment funds to be used over four years to help pursue study abroad, unpaid internships, or other experiences. The total award provides approximately $125,000 over four years. Applicants must apply to U of O by November 1st, and complete the additional Stamps Scholarship Application by November 15th. For more information see:
Due Date: Apply to U of O by November 1st, Stamps Application due by Nov 15th, 2022 / State

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USTA Foundation Scholarship
HS Senior, other requirements listed below
Awards vary
Applicants must be high school seniors who: demonstrate academic achievement (3.0 minimum GPA), perform community/volunteer service, participate in organized youth tennis program such as National Junior Tennis and Learning, and demonstrate significant financial need. For more information, see:
Due Date: March 15, 2022 / National

VA Survivors and Dependents Assistance
Provides education and training benefits to eligible dependents of certain veterans.  Benefits may be used for degree and certificate programs, apprenticeship, and on-the-job training.  See
for more information and eligibility requirements.
Ongoing / National

Vegetarian Resource Group Scholarships
Seniors who promoted vegetarianism in school or community
Awards: $5,000 - $10,000
Applicants will be judged on "having shown compassion, courage, and a strong commitment to promoting a peaceful world through a vegetarian diet/lifestyle." An essay is required with the application. For more information, see:
Deadline: February 20, 2022
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VFW Scout of the Year Program
18 years old or under, other requirements listed below
Awards: $1,000-$5,000
Applicants must: be Scouts who are registered, active members of a Boy or Girl Scout Troop, Venturing Crew, or a Sea Scout Ship who have received the Eagle Scout Award, Girl Scout Gold Award, Venture Summit Award or Sea Scout Quartermaster Award. Scouts must be 15 years of age and have demonstrated practical citizenship in school, scouting and the community. Scouts must be enrolled in high school at the time of selection. For more information, see:
Deadline: March 1, 2022 to VFW Post
/ Regional and National

VFW Youth Scholarship--Voice of Democracy Audio-Essay Program
Grades 9-12
Various awards at regional and national level
Write essay on given topic and record reading of your essay draft. Application with essay and audio recording should be turned in to local participating VFW post. For more information:
Deadline: October 31, 2022
/ Regional and National

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Violet Richardson Award, Soroptomist International
Young Women between the ages of 14 - 17 (graduating seniors who are 18 may also apply)
Award: Varies
This award is the Violet Richardson Award Honoring Young Women for Volunteer Action, presented by Soroptomist. Eligible applicants are young women who: are currently between the ages of 14 and 17, have demonstrated initiative in both identifying a problem and trying to solve it, and have had significant and noteworthy accomplishments as volunteers. Application requires an essay. Additional information and the application form can be found HERE.
/ Regional

WiseGeek LGBTQ+ Awareness Scholarship
Students that identify as part of the LGBTQ+ community
1 Award :  $500
Applicants must identify as part of the LGBTQ+ community and be US citizens. Application requires creation of a profile on For more information and to apply, see:
Due date: May 16, 2022 / National

Women's Western Golf Foundation Scholarship
Female Senior
15 Awards :  $10,000 each, payable over 4 years of college
This scholarship is available to female seniors who are active participants in the sport of golf, have a 3.5 gpa on a 4.0 scale, be outstanding in character, integrity and leadership, and require financial assistance to attend a 4-year college.
For more information, see:
Due date: Opens November 1st, 2021, Due March 4, 2022 / Regional

YES Abroad
15 to 18.5 years old
Awards: 65 full scholarships to study abroad
The Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study (YES) Abroad program is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State.  The YES Abroad scholarship covers costs related to: round-trip airfare and room and board for the Pre-Departure Orientation; round-trip airfare between the participant’s home region and community abroad; in-country support; cultural activities; school tuition (where applicable); room and board with a host family; secondary medical benefits; visa fees; and a modest stipend.
Local contact: Becky Minor, 541-756-3537,
To access information:
Due Date
: December 8, 2021 / National

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Youth Foundation Grant
HS Seniors
Awards: $2,500 - $4,000, renewable four years
Applicants should b high school seniors, who are United States citizens, seeking higher education at accredited four-year United States colleges or universities. Applicants must show a 3.5+ or better grade average and should document financial need. In addition, the Foundation strongly encourages extra-curricular and community activities on the part of its applicants demonstrating a strong desire to help others. Application may close early. See:
Due Date: Opens February 1st, 2022, DUE February 28, 2022 / National

Zombie Apocalypse Essay Contest
13 years old or older
One award: $2,000
How will you avoid the Zombies when they take over North Bend High School? Submit a short response detailing your plans. For more information and to access application:
Due Date: Online by October 31, 2022 / National

Zonta Club--Various Scholarships
Various Scholarships with Varied Requirements
Awards: $1,500 - $3,000
Available scholarships include two Zonta Club $3000 Scholarships, one Science Technology Engineering and Math STEM $3,000 Scholarship, a Southwestern Oregon Community College tuition waiver with an approximate value of $1,500, and two Student Club $1,500 scholarships. The Student Club scholarships are designated for a Z Club member at North Bend High School and a Z Club member at Marshfield High School.

Zonta International Scholarships available include the Jane M Klausman Women in Business Scholarship and Young Women in Public Affairs Award valued at $1,500 each. The ZI scholarships are progressive scholarship/award opportunities with the local awardee being referred onto the Zonta District level to be considered for additional funding. The deadline for all scholarships/awards is March 1, 2022. Scholarship information is available at
Due Date: to March 1, 2022 / Local

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