CLASS OF 2021

Take a moment and discover some of the awesome local scholarships available to you!  These scholarships offer greater financial opportunities for your next venture: Community College, University, or Trade School.

Once a scholarship opens, the scholarship title will be at the top of the list with OPEN in front of the scholarship name. If a listed scholarship does not show OPEN yet, they could be closed for the year or check back!  Not all scholarships open at the same time.  Don’t forget to watch those deadlines!

You can create a spreadsheet to track the scholarships you want to apply to since most open and close on different dates.  This will help make sure to get your application submitted on time, as late applications are not accepted.  A little proactive organization will be a great help in making sure you don’t miss an opportunity.

If you have any questions about scholarships: how to apply and find all the information, please contact our scholarship coordinator.  Mrs. Chorazy really loves helping SHS students navigate the information and guide students in the right direction.

Christy Chorazy
Registrar / Scholarship Coordinator
Phone:  503-873-6331 Ext. 3826
Click Here to Email

SEARCH SITES

College Board Scholarship Search
MBA Scholarship Search
Office of Student Access
Fast Web Scholarship Search
Fast Web Scholarship Search
studentscholarships.org
Tuition Funding Sources

General Information

As you search for scholarships, here are a few additional helpful resources you may need:

  • Letter of Recommendation Packet: Counselors will require you to have this packet completed when asking for a letter of recommendation. Many teachers will ask for this information as well. Click here to download the packet.
  • Fill out the FAFSA: Students applying for scholarships and/or college need to fill out the FAFSA. Click here to visit the FAFSA website.
  • Register with NCAA: Student Athletes who are interested in playing sports at a Division I or II University need to register with the NCAA by the end of your junior year in high school. Click here to visit the NCAA website.
  • Chemeketa Scholars Information: Click here for more information.
  • Official Transcript Request Form – This form is only to request Official Transcripts. By submitting this request, you are authorizing Silverton High School to release your SAT score if it listed is on your transcript. Unofficial transcripts can be downloaded from your Wazzle account by clicking “Student Academic Record ” at any time. Please allow 24 hours for your request to be completed. Click here to request an Official Transcript.
  • Unofficial Transcripts – Transcripts can be downloaded any time from your Wazzle account by clicking “Student Academic Record.”

LOCAL SCHOLARSHIPS

Please note:  This website will be updated as we gather current information from our scholarship representatives. All of our Local scholarships are now closed.  Many State and National Scholarships are listed for senior students to explore the opportunities, but open or closed will not be indicated.

Post High School Scholarship opportunities: Mabel Almquist and Silverton High School Alumni Association

Scholarship Criteria: Any Graduating Senior.  This scholarship will require an unofficial transcript that you can print from your Wazzle account under Student Academic Record.

Beth Davisson was an educator with a lengthy history of volunteer service across many areas. Beth had a welcoming and comfortable approach in working with others; she demonstrated this in every teaching and administrative position and has been instrumental in the lives of countless students and staff members. She ended her long career at Silver Falls School District as principal of Robert Frost School. Beth was also a past president of Silverton Rotary and among many roles, served as Director of Membership. Beth Davisson was the finest example of ‘Service Above Self’.

Scholarship Amount:  up to $1000.00

Application Due Date:  April 9, 2021 by 3:15pm – If you mail your application – must be RECEIVED by the due date.

Application: Beth Davisson Memorial Scholarship Application

Application turn-in process:  Please drop off the completed application at SHS or mail the completed application to:

Silverton High School
Attn: Registrar
1456 Pine Street
Silverton, OR 97381

If you have any questions or concerns regarding submitting your application for any scholarship, please contact:

Christy Chorazy
Registrar / Scholarship Coordinator
Phone:  503-873-6331 Ext. 3826
Click Here to Email

Scholarship: A one-time scholarship to be used for trade school expenses.

Scholarship Criteria: High school senior, the applicant must be planning to attend a trade school or apprenticeship. Please include a completed application, a letter from a future employer or a letter of recommendation from a CTE teacher, and an essay. This scholarship does not require a transcript.

Application Due Date:  Now Closed: February 12, 2021 by 3:15pm. If you mail your application – it must be RECEIVED by the due date.

Application:  Curts Barbershop Trade Scholarship Application

Application turn-in process:  Please drop off the completed application at SHS or mail the completed application to:

Silverton High School
Attn: Registrar
1456 Pine Street
Silverton, OR 97381

If you have any questions or concerns regarding submitting your application for any scholarship, please contact:

Christy Chorazy
Registrar / Scholarship Coordinator
Phone:  503-873-6331 Ext. 3826
Click Here to Email

Scholarship Criteria: Student must be part of the metalworking and/or automotive program with the intention of entering a vocational field involving one or both. This scholarship does not require a transcript. If you are mailing the application, it must be received by the due date.

Scholarship Amount: $500.00

Application Due Date:  First Friday in April – April 2, 2021 by 3:15 pm.

Application:  The Darrin Ulven Memorial Scholarship Application

Application turn-in process:  Please drop off the completed application at SHS or mail the completed application to:

Silverton High School
Attn: Registrar
1456 Pine Street
Silverton, OR 97381

If you have any questions or concerns regarding submitting your application for any scholarship, please contact:

Christy Chorazy
Registrar / Scholarship Coordinator
Phone:  503-873-6331 Ext. 3826
Click Here to Email

The Elizabeth A. Hoke Scholarship was established to honor the legacy and memory of Elizabeth Hoke.

Scholarship Criteria: Applicant must be attending a public or private school in these Oregon school districts: Silver Falls School District or North Santiam 29J School District. Applicants must be planning to attend an accredited college or university in the fall after graduating.  The criteria for selection will be:

  1. Active participation in one of the nine participation areas below (choose one).
  2. Grade point average of 2.75 or higher.
  3. Financial need will be taken into consideration but is not a requirement to receive the award.
  4. Relatives of the Scholarship Review Committee are not eligible to receive the scholarship.

Scholarship Amount and Purpose:  There are eight participation areas. Students are to choose only one of the participation areas as the area in which they have been most involved or that means the most to them. One scholarship recipient will be chosen from each participation area. The amount of each scholarship is $1,000.  This scholarship may be used for tuition, room, board, books and fees, and will be paid directly to your college or university for your benefit.

Participation Areas: Choose the one area that means the most to you or in which you have been the most involved. Your participation in this area may have occurred at school or in the community, or both.

  • Music – for a student who demonstrates a love for music regardless of chosen college major. Students applying in this area may also apply for a bonus opportunity by creating a short video clip of themselves whistling “Jingle Bells (Dashing through the Snow).” Details are on the scholarship application.
  • Dance – for a student who understands what it means to dance in the rain and who has an enthusiasm for both life and dance. Students applying in this area may also apply for a bonus opportunity by creating a short video clip of themselves dancing in the rain. Details are on the scholarship application.
  • Arts – for a student demonstrating a love for and a pursuit of any area of the creative arts.
  • Foreign Language – for a student who has the intention of putting foreign language skills into action.
  • Sports – for a student who participated in sports during high school and demonstrated a desire to play hard and give great effort.
  • Future Farmers of America – for a student who participated in FFA and who exhibits the qualities and characteristics that exemplify the FFA creed.
  • Valedictorian – for a high school valedictorian who has a strong track record of helping others.
  • Science – for a female student who plans to major in science. May apply for a second year if continuing to study science and maintaining satisfactory grades.

Apply Here: https://www.salemfoundation.org/scholarships/the-salem-foundation-elizabeth-a-hoke-scholarship-fund-2-2/

Questions?  Any questions regarding this scholarship should be directed to:  salemfoundation@pioneertrustbank.com

Since 1931, the Elks National Foundation has helped thousands of students who need financial assistance fulfill their dreams of attending college. Most Valuable Student scholars are outstanding students who are at our near the top of their classes, active in their schools and communities, and recognized as leaders by their peers.  The ENF awards $2.44 million annually in MVS scholarships to 500 high school seniors nationwide. The first-and second-place awards are among the largest scholarships provided by any major fraternal or service organization.

Eligibility: Any high school student who is a U.S. citizen may apply for a Most Valuable Student Scholarship. Applications will be judged on:  Scholarship application, leadership, and financial need. You do not need to be related to a member of the Elks Club.  Click here for more information.

Application Due Date:  CLOSED

Application:  Not Available at this Time

Application turn-in process:  Submit directly online.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding submitting your application for any scholarship, please contact:

Christy Chorazy
Registrar / Scholarship Coordinator
Phone:  503-873-6331 Ext. 3826
Click Here to Email

There are four scholarships for which you can apply, all four through the Friends of Silverton FFA. There also Blue, White and Gold level scholarships:

  • The Friends of Silverton FFA Scholarship
  • The Les Schwab Incentive Scholarship
  • The Brad Jensen Memorial Scholarship
  • The Anndrea Wiesner-Moffitt Memorial Scholarship

Scholarship Criteria: Each scholarship requirements vary, please see the application for more information.  You use the same application for all named scholarships.  This scholarship will require an unofficial transcript.  Students can download from under the student academic record in their student Wazzle account.  Please make sure you follow all requirements for each scholarship, if your submitted application is incomplete, it will not be considered.

Application Due Date:  Second Monday in April (April 12, 2021)

Click to Download the Application:  2021 FFA Scholarship Guidelines

2021 Silverton FFA Les Schwab Bradley Jensen Anndrea Weisner-Moffitt Scholarship application interactive

Blue Award Checklist for FFA Scholarship

Gold Award Checklist for FFA Scholarship

White Award Checklist for FFA Scholarship

Application turn-in process:  Please deliver or mail the completed application to:

Silverton High School, Attn: Scott Towery
1456 Pine Street
Silverton OR 97381

If you have any questions or concerns regarding submitting your application for any scholarship, please contact:

Christy Chorazy
Registrar / Scholarship Coordinator
Phone:  503-873-6331 Ext. 3826
Click Here to Email

Scholarship Criteria:

  • The applicant must be working towards earning a standard or modified diploma from Silverton High School.
  • The applicant must be on an Individual Education Program (IEP) at Silverton High School.
  • This scholarship will require an unofficial transcript.  Students can download from under the student academic record in their student Wazzle account.
  • The applicant must complete a typed essay of 500-1000 words in length telling their story.
  • Students must submit a completed application to Steve Taray in room B128 by April 30th of their senior year.

Scholarship Amount: Varies, minimum of $200-maximum of $400

Application Due Date: April 30th of graduation year

Application: Frothy Fox Scholarship

Awarded scholarship monies will expire one year after the application deadline.

Scholarship Criteria: Graduating SHSH Senior or currently enrolled college student that meets listed degree area.  Class of 2021: This scholarship will require an unofficial  transcript that you can print from your Wazzle account under Student Academic Record.

The Jordan Hess Memorial Scholarship is designed to be awarded to an individual that is pursuing a degree in Early Education; Special Education.  Jordan Hess was a 2017 graduate of Silverton High School and was attending Western Oregon University to receive a degree in Early Education; Special Education.  Jordan worked with children with autism and devoted her life to ensure inclusion.  Jordan was killed in a motor vehicle accident on November 25, 2019 and we have made it our mission to keep her dreams alive.

Scholarship Criteria: Graduating SHSH Senior or currently enrolled college student that meet the above  listed degree area.  Class of 2021: This scholarship will require an unofficial  transcript that you can print from your Wazzle account under Student Academic Record.

Scholarship Amount:  Varies

Application Due Date:  May 3rd by 3:15pm – If you mail your application – must be POSTMARKED by the due date.

Application: Jordan Hess Scholarship application HS

For more information on the Jordan Hess Memorial Trust: http://www.jhesstrust.com/

Application turn-in process:  Please drop off the completed application at SHS or mail the completed application to:

Silverton High School
Attn: Registrar
1456 Pine Street
Silverton, OR 97381

If you have any questions or concerns regarding submitting your application for any scholarship, please contact:

Christy Chorazy
Registrar / Scholarship Coordinator
Phone:  503-873-6331 Ext. 3826
Click Here to Email

Scholarship Criteria: Awarded to one or more graduating high school seniors with an interest in America History who are planning to attend an Oregon Community College, and who will be enrolled in a history courses during the coming academic year.  Applicant must submit an essay and a Letter of Recommendation from a history teacher. If you mail in your application, it must be received BEFORE the due date. More information: Justin Little Flier

Amount of Scholarship: $500.00

Application Due Date: First Friday in May – May 7, 2021

Application:  Justin Little Application

Application turn-in process:  Please drop off the completed application at SHS or mail the completed application to:

Silverton High School
Attn: Registrar
1456 Pine Street
Silverton, OR 97381

If you have any questions or concerns regarding submitting your application for any scholarship, please contact:

Christy Chorazy
Registrar / Scholarship Coordinator
Phone:  503-873-6331 Ext. 3826
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Scholarship Criteria:  Scholarships will be awarded to graduating high school seniors for trade school classes such as welding, fabrication, mechanics, carpentry, etc. or to attend college. Students must have taken classes in a CTE program in the listed areas and will need one or more references from a CTE instructor and have a minimum GPA of 2.5.

Amount of Scholarship: varies

Application Due Date: See brochure – April 5

Application:  Pick up brochure in the counseling office – scholarship coordinator

Application turn-in process:  Please follow instructions on scholarship brochure – mail to Kevin McFadden Trade Scholarship  in Stayton

Please see Mrs. Chorazy in the counseling department to pick up a scholarship brochure.  If you have any questions or concerns regarding submitting your application for any scholarship, please contact:

Christy Chorazy
Registrar / Scholarship Coordinator
Phone:  503-873-6331 Ext. 3826
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Scholarship Criteria: The Legacy Silverton Health Auxiliary offers scholarships to qualified students who have chosen a medically related career.  Scholarship recipients will be notified by mail. This scholarship is open for graduating SHS seniors and past graduates.

Application Due Date: Now Closed: February 26, 2021 by 5:00pm.  Application and all supporting documents must be in the scholarship chairman’s hand by this date and time.

Information and Application: Legacy Silverton Health Auxiliary 2021 Letter

2021 Legacy Scholarship Application

Application turn-in process:  Please  hand deliver or mail the completed application to the address on the application:

If you have any questions or concerns regarding submitting your application for any scholarship, please contact:

Christy Chorazy
Registrar / Scholarship Coordinator
Phone:  503-873-6331 Ext. 3826
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Scholarship Criteria: U.S. Citizens who are graduates of Silverton High School and who are full-time undergraduate students at any public or private educational/vocational institution. Students who have not yet graduated may apply but must have graduated and be enrolled prior to distribution of the award.  This scholarship application requires an unofficial high school transcript that current Class of 2021 students can download from under the student academic record in their student Wazzle account.

Scholarship Amount:  Varies

Application Due Date:  March 15 – by 3:00pm. If you mail your application – it must be RECEIVED by the due date.

Applications – make sure you submit the correct application: Almquist App-High School

   Almquist App-College

Application turn-in process:  Please drop off the completed application at SHS or mail the completed application to:

Silverton High School
Attn: Registrar
1456 Pine Street
Silverton, OR 97381

If you have any questions or concerns regarding submitting your application for any scholarship, please contact:

Christy Chorazy
Registrar / Scholarship Coordinator
Phone:  503-873-6331 Ext. 3826
Click Here to Email

Scholarship Criteria:  All applications must be supplemented with a video submission. Guidelines require videos to be near one minute and thirty seconds in length, not to exceed two minutes.  Videos must be uploaded to YouTube, labeled with your first and last name, and made public.  For the video, you may choose from any of the following prompts to answer as best you can. More than one question may be answered. Feel free to be creative with your video! Bonus points if you make us laugh or cry!

  • Why do you want to pursue your field of study?
  • How will you make a difference in your community?
  • How will this scholarship make a difference in your life?

Maps Credit Union and its charitable affiliate, the Maps Community Foundation, awarded $9,500 in scholarships to local students through a video application process.

Scholarship Amount:  Varies

Application Due Date:  March 31

Application:  https://www.mapscu.com/financial-education/scholarship_winners/scholarships

If you have any questions or concerns regarding submitting your application for any scholarship, please contact:

Christy Chorazy
Registrar / Scholarship Coordinator
Phone:  503-873-6331 Ext. 3826
Click Here to Email

Scholarship Criteria: Must be a current graduating senior football player. The recipient of this scholarship is determined by Silverton High School’s football coaching staff. An application is not required.

Application Due Date:  N/A

Application:  N/A

If you have any questions or concerns regarding this scholarship, please contact:

Christy Chorazy
Registrar / Scholarship Coordinator
Phone:  503-873-6331 Ext. 3826
Click Here to Email

Scholarship Criteria:  Silverton High School graduate pursuing a fire science or emergency medical technology as a career.  This scholarship application requires an unofficial high school transcript that students can download from under the student academic record in their student Wazzle account.

Scholarship Amount:  $500

Application Due Date:  May 1st

Application: Mike Hannan Memorial Scholarship Application

Application turn-in process:  Please drop off the completed application at SHS or mail the completed application to:

Silverton High School
Attn: Registrar
1456 Pine Street
Silverton, OR 97381

If you have any questions or concerns regarding submitting your application for any scholarship, please contact:

Christy Chorazy
Registrar / Scholarship Coordinator
Phone:  503-873-6331 Ext. 3826
Click Here to Email

Scholarship Criteria:  Click Here for Criteria

Scholarship Amount:  Varies.  Scholarship award amounts will be determined each year by the Molalla Communications Education Foundation (MCEF) Board of Directors and based on the total number of eligible applicants and desired total distribution amount.

Application Due Date:  April 15, 2021

Application:   Click here for application: https://www.molalla.com/Scholarship.Portal/ Available February 1, – April 15, 2021

For more information and other possible scholarships through their program: https://www.frs.org/programs/youth-programs/scholarships

Application turn-in process:  Submit directly online using the link above.

Scholarship Criteria:

  • Be a graduating high school senior.
  • Be a United States citizen.
  • Be sponsored by a current NTCA member or FRED Donor circle member. Please contact your local telecommunications provider to determine if it is an NTCA member or FRED Donor Circle member and if it participating in the FRS college scholarship program.
  • Be accepted by an accredited two- or four-year college, university, or vocational-technical school.
  • Have at least a C grade point average (GPA).
  • Express an interest to return to a rural community following graduation.
  • This scholarship application requires an unofficial high school transcript that students can download from under the student academic record in their student Wazzle account.

Scholarship Amount:  Varies

Application Due Date:  April 16, 2021 by 4:00pm

Application:  2021 Monitor Scholarship Application Form

Application turn-in process:  Exact address on the application.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding submitting your application for any scholarship, please contact:

Christy Chorazy
Registrar / Scholarship Coordinator
Phone:  503-873-6331 Ext. 3826
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Scholarship Criteria: Qualified senior students who are immediate family members of current Silver Falls School District classified employees that are OSEA Chapter 148 members in good standing (family members of fair-share employees are not eligible). Equal consideration will be given to applicants who attend high schools other than Silverton High School.  This scholarship application requires an unofficial high school transcript that students can download from under the student academic record in their student Wazzle account.

Scholarship Amount:  a combined $3,000 in scholarships

Application Due Date: April 12th by 3:15 pm. If you mail your application – it must be RECEIVED by the due date.

Application:  Chapter 148 Scholarship Application

Application turn-in process:  Please drop off the completed application at SHS or mail the completed application to:

Silverton High School
Attn: Registrar
1456 Pine Street
Silverton, OR 97381

If you have any questions or concerns regarding submitting your application for any scholarship, please contact:

Christy Chorazy
Registrar / Scholarship Coordinator
Phone:  503-873-6331 Ext. 3826
Click Here to Email

Criteria: This scholarship is available to Silverton High School senior women who plan to attend an accredited Oregon Institution for the academic year 2021/2022. Please be sure to submit all required documents. This scholarship requires an unofficial transcript which can be found under the student academic records in your Wazzle account.

Scholarship Information:  P.E.O. is a philanthropic organization where women CELEBRATE the advancement of women; EDUCATE women through scholarships, grants, awards, loans, and stewardship of Cottey College and MOTIVATE women to achieve their highest aspirations.

Scholarship Amount: Two women will be awarded $1000 each to be used for tuition and fees.

Application Due Date:  March 5, 2021 by 3:15 pm. If you mail your application – it must be RECEIVED by the due date.

Application:  PEO Application V Harris Scholarship

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Application turn-in process:  Please drop off the completed application at SHS or mail the completed application to:

Silverton High School
Attn: Registrar
1456 Pine Street
Silverton, OR 97381

If you have any questions or concerns regarding submitting your application for any scholarship, please contact:

Christy Chorazy
Registrar / Scholarship Coordinator
Phone:  503-873-6331 Ext. 3826
Click Here to Email

Scholarship Criteria:  This scholarship is for graduating seniors from Silverton High School and Stayton High School who are matriculating to a four-year college or university for a Bachelor’s Degree in the fields of agriculture or education are eligible to apply.  Please visit the Ronald and Sara Burr Scholarship Fund website for full details.

Scholarship Amount:  Varies

Application Due Date:  April 15, 2021

Application:  Click Here for Online Application

Application turn-in process:  Submit directly online using the above link.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding submitting your application for any scholarship, please contact:

Christy Chorazy
Registrar / Scholarship Coordinator
Phone:  503-873-6331 Ext. 3826
Click Here to Email

Scholarship Criteria:  Any Graduating Senior

Scholarship Amount:  Varies

Application Due Date:  April 9, 2021 by 3:15 pm. If you mail your application – it must be RECEIVED by the due date.

Application:  Rotary Scholarship Application Class of 2021

Application turn-in process:  Please drop off the completed application at SHS or mail the completed application to:

Silverton High School
Attn: Registrar
1456 Pine Street
Silverton, OR 97381

If you have any questions or concerns regarding submitting your application for any scholarship, please contact:

Christy Chorazy
Registrar / Scholarship Coordinator
Phone:  503-873-6331 Ext. 3826
Click Here to Email

Scholarship Criteria: 

  • Involvement with the Business Management CTE program at Silverton High School by earning a minimum of 3 credits within the program of study
  • Have plans to pursue a Business-related profession at a community college, university, technical, or trade school
  • Maintained a 3.0 GPA

Required Documents:

  • Provide evidence supporting your confidence in career choice through related work experience, club involvement, competitions, etc. in resume format.
  • Provide a cover letter describing your professional pursuits and how your involvement in the Business Management program at Silverton High School helped you prepare for your post-secondary planning.
  • Provide two letters of recommendation.
  • Provide a copy of an unofficial transcript and HIGHLIGHT the 3 credits earned in the Business Management Program of Study.  Unofficial transcripts must be downloaded by the student by using their student Wazzle account.

Scholarship Amount:  $250-$1,000  –  Award amounts are determined by the scholarship committee in relation to the number of applicants, qualifications, and amount of funds available which are generated by the SHS Fox Shop Student Store.

Application Due Date:  May 1st by 3:15 pm. If you mail your application – it must be RECEIVED by the due date.

Application:  Business Management CTE Scholarship Requirements

Application turn-in process:  Please drop off the completed application at SHS or mail the completed application to:

Silverton High School
Attn: Registrar
1456 Pine Street
Silverton, OR 97381

If you have any questions or concerns regarding submitting your application for any scholarship, please contact:

Christy Chorazy
Registrar / Scholarship Coordinator
Phone:  503-873-6331 Ext. 3826
Click Here to Email

Scholarship Criteria:  The Silver Falls Education Association will award a scholarship to a graduating senior student who is a child of a certified staff member who is an active member of the Silver Falls education Association and OEA. An active member requires that certified teachers be enrolled in the SFEA/OEA, not just pay the fair share dues. Equal consideration will be given to applicants who attend high schools other than Silverton High School. If awarded the SFEA Scholarship must be claimed no later than one calendar year after the scholarship is awarded. Students may apply for this scholarship up to three years following their high school graduation, but the award is a one-time scholarship and cannot be renewed.

  • Applicants must have an accumulative 3.00 GPA.
  • Applicants must plan on pursuing their education following high school graduation.
  • Applicants must submit an application, an unofficial transcript, a brief explanation of how the scholarship money will be used, and one page typed essay.  See application for more details.
  • This scholarship application requires an unofficial high school transcript that students can download from under the student academic record in their student Wazzle account.

Scholarship Amount:  $500

Application Due Date:  May 1st by 3:15 pm. If you mail your application – it must be RECEIVED by the due date.

Application:  SFEA-Scholarship-Application-2021

Application turn-in process:  Please drop off the completed application at SHS or mail the completed application to:

Silverton High School
Attn: Registrar
1456 Pine Street
Silverton, OR 97381

If you have any questions or concerns regarding submitting your application for any scholarship, please contact:

Christy Chorazy
Registrar / Scholarship Coordinator
Phone:  503-873-6331 Ext. 3826
Click Here to Email

Scholarship Criteria: The Jon Dunn and Wes Oster Memorial Scholarship and Bob Bullard Memorial Scholarships will be given to senior students who are currently participating or have participated in the Mechanical Technology Program at Silverton High School. The Scholarship winners will be chosen by members of the Silverton Flywheels Car Club; and selections will be based upon the sincere interest in auto mechanics and specialties. Applicants are not required to enter into the automotive Industry, they may attend any school and any major or field after high school. Applicants must be an enthusiast for the restoration and collection of automobiles. If you mail your application, it must be received BEFORE the due date!

Scholarship Amount: Bob Bullard Memorial Scholarship $2,000
Jon Dunn & Wes Oster Memorial – varies from $500 – $1000

Application Due Date:  First Monday in May by 3:15 pm

Application:  2021-Silverton-Flywheels-Car-Club-Scholarship-Application-Word

Application turn-in process:  Please drop off the completed application at SHS or mail the completed application to:

Silverton High School
Attn: Registrar
1456 Pine Street
Silverton, OR 97381

If you have any questions or concerns regarding submitting your application for any scholarship, please contact:

Christy Chorazy
Registrar / Scholarship Coordinator
Phone:  503-873-6331 Ext. 3826
Click Here to Email

Scholarship Criteria:  Qualified applicants who are graduating and desire to apply for the Evelyn Bye Scholarship sponsored by the Silver Fox Foundation. Scholarship awards are available for both vocational and academic 2-year and 4-year schools of advanced training, including colleges and universities. Awards will be granted only to Silverton High School graduates who will be attending full time as an undergraduate student, any public or private post-high school educational/vocational institution in the United States for the full academic year. This scholarship requires an unofficial transcripts – current SHS students can access your unofficial transcript by clicking the Student Academic Record in your Wazzle account.

Scholarship Amount:  Two $500 awards

Application Due Date:  April 5, 2021 by 3:15 pm. If you mail your application – it must be RECEIVED by the due date.

Application:  Silver Fox Foundation (Evelyn Bye Scholarship) Application Form SY 21-22

Application turn-in process:  Please drop off the completed application at SHS or mail the completed application to:

Silverton High School
Attn: Registrar
1456 Pine Street
Silverton, OR 97381

If you have any questions or concerns regarding submitting your application for any scholarship, please contact:

Christy Chorazy
Registrar / Scholarship Coordinator
Phone:  503-873-6331 Ext. 3826
Click Here to Email

Scholarship Criteria: Graduating seniors of Silverton High School.  Also open to post-high school graduates of Silverton High School.  This scholarship is for current seniors and post graduate students. Please read the application carefully and follow all the requirements. This scholarship application requires an unofficial high school transcript that current students can download from under the student academic record in their student Wazzle account.  For more information, please visit the Silverton High School Alumni Association Website: http://www.shsfoxes.com/

Scholarship Amount:  Varies

Application Due Date:  March 15 by 3:00 pm

Application:  SHS Alumni Application Form SY 21- 22

Application turn-in process for current seniors attending SHS: If you mail your application – it must be RECEIVED by the due date. Please drop off the completed application at SHS or mail the completed application to:

Silverton High School
Attn: Registrar
1456 Pine Street
Silverton, OR 97381

If you have any questions or concerns regarding submitting your application for any scholarship, please contact:

Christy Chorazy
Registrar / Scholarship Coordinator
Phone:  503-873-6331 Ext. 3826
Click Here to Email

Scholarship criteria:  Any Graduating senior – for the purpose of furthering his or her education in any post-secondary college, community college, or vocation school. The purpose of the scholarship is to assist students who are wholly or partially dependent on their own resources to finance their education.  This application requires an official transcript.  Students may request an official transcript here:  SHS Official Transcript Request

Scholarship amount: Varies

Application Due Date:  March 31st

Application: Silverton Kiwanis Application 2021 (1)

Application turn-in: 

John Ort
C/O Silverton Kiwanis
309 N. First Street
Silverton, OR 97381

If you have any questions or concerns regarding submitting your application for any scholarship, please contact:

Christy Chorazy
Registrar / Scholarship Coordinator
Phone:  503-873-6331 Ext. 3826
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Scholarship Criteria:  The following may be beneficial to (but not required of) grant applicants: U.S. Citizen with connections to Silverton residents; graduate within the Silver Falls School District area; active in school, career, and/or community activities; current 3.0 CUM GPA or equivalent; demonstrated financial need (not limited to a specific income maximum); planned enrollment in pursuit of a degree, an associate degree, or certification in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics at a technical, trade, vocational, community, university, or other post-high school state-accredited educational institution in the United States.  This scholarship application requires an unofficial high school transcript that students can download from under the student academic record in their student Wazzle account. If you mail your application – it must be received by the due date!

Scholarship Amount:  Varies

Application Due Date:  May 7, 2021 by 3:15 pm

Application:  2021 Silverton Lions Club Application

Application turn-in process:  Please drop off the completed application at SHS or mail the completed application to:

Silverton High School
Attn: Registrar
1456 Pine Street
Silverton, OR 97381

If you have any questions or concerns regarding submitting your application for any scholarship, please contact:

Christy Chorazy
Registrar / Scholarship Coordinator
Phone:  503-873-6331 Ext. 3826
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Scholarship Criteria:  ANY Graduating Senior. Scholarship application does not require a transcript.

Scholarship Amount:  $750, four students will be selected

Application Due Date:  April 1, 2021 by 3:15pm. If you mail your application – it must be RECEIVED by the due date.

Application:  Zenith Scholarship Application 2021

Application turn-in process:  Please drop off the completed application at SHS or mail the completed application to:

Silverton High School
Attn: Registrar
1456 Pine Street
Silverton, OR 97381

If you have any questions or concerns regarding submitting your application for any scholarship, please contact:

Christy Chorazy
Registrar / Scholarship Coordinator
Phone:  503-873-6331 Ext. 3826
Click Here to Email

Scholarship Criteria: U.S. Citizens who are graduates of Silverton High School and who are full-time undergraduate students at any public or private educational/vocational institution. Students who have not yet graduated may apply but must have graduated and be enrolled prior to distribution of the award.  This scholarship application requires an unofficial high school transcript that students can download from under the student academic record in their student Wazzle account.

Scholarship Amount:  Varies

Application Due Date:  April 5th –  Must be RECEIVED by this date, postmark will not count.

Application:  https://sctcweb.com/scs/community/scholarships/

Application turn-in process:  Complete and return the application by email or mail:

EMAIL: marilyn@sctcweb.com
MAILING ADDRESS: Stayton Cooperative Telephone Company
Attention: Scholarship Award Program
PO Box 477
Stayton OR 97383

If you have any questions or concerns regarding submitting your application for any scholarship, please contact:

Christy Chorazy
Registrar / Scholarship Coordinator
Phone:  503-873-6331 Ext. 3826
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Scholarship Criteria: This award is given to a senior girl who has been involved in Silverton High School athletics, has had academic success, and will be attending Oregon State University for her freshman year. If mailing your application, it must be received by the due date!

Scholarship Amount: $3000 equally shared between applicants that have met the scholarship criteria. The maximum amount awarded to any 1 person is $1,000.

Application Due Date:  2nd Monday in April by 3:15 pm

Application:  Teresa Roth Memorial Scholarship Application

Application turn-in process:  Please drop off the completed application at SHS or mail the completed application to:

Silverton High School
Attn: Registrar
1456 Pine Street
Silverton, OR 97381

If you have any questions or concerns regarding submitting your application for any scholarship, please contact:

Christy Chorazy
Registrar / Scholarship Coordinator
Phone:  503-873-6331 Ext. 3826
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Scholarship Criteria: Two annual $2,000.00 scholarships have been established, one to a senior female student and one to a senior male student. Those eligible are mid-Willamette Valley High School Seniors who have demonstrated outstanding achievements in academics, leadership, and running. These individuals should be a team player who has participated in either cross-country, track and field, or in a running-related activity. They should demonstrate a positive attitude, perseverance, be motivators, and have good attendance at their running activities and school. Scholarships will be awarded to both a male and female worthy graduating senior who plans to attend a two or four-year school of higher education.  Recipients are chosen by a committee of 5 WVRR members. They use a scoring system based on your academics, personal essay and letters of recommendation.

  • The applicant must meet the minimum academic requirements for college/university admission.
  • Include the most current academic transcript.
  • The applicant shall submit a typed and signed, essay, which includes the following:
    • Description of extra-curricular community services activities;
    • A narrative of desired educational institution, career aspirations, degree sought, and future plans;
    • Brief personal assessment of weaknesses and strengths;
    • Family information (including the justification for financial assistance).
  • Include three letters of reference. These shall be typed or legibly written, signed, and must accompany your application. One reference shall be from a high school teacher, one reference from the individual’s cross country or track and field coach, and one reference shall be from another adult who shall be a non-school related person such as a pastor, scout leader, or individual who is not a family member. If the recommender is not able to do an electronic signature, then no signature is acceptable this year.  Recommender’s should provide their name and a valid email address at the end of the letter.

Scholarship Amount:  2 – $2000 Scholarships

Application Due Date:  Friday, March 12, 2021

Application:  Willamette Valley Road Runners Applicant Information 2021

Willamette-Valley-Road-Runners-Letter-2021

Application turn-in process:  Please  mail the completed application to:

Kelsy Oldham Scholarship
c/o Willamette Valley Road Runners
PO Box 4002
Salem, OR 97302-1002

If you have any questions or concerns regarding submitting your application for this scholarship, please email  Elisabeth Saxe.  Click Here to Email

Scholarship Criteria: Female applicants should send an email or letter including their name, birthdate, home address, email address, telephone number, and a 300-500 word essay. WILL seeks creative pieces that speak about the importance of having women in leadership, and how each applicant hopes to help empower themselves and others after they leave school. Your essay should also have a paragraph about post-high school plans, and how this grant would help you toward your goals. Please include a paragraph about a female who has been an inspiration to you.

Women in Local Leadership (WILL) supports Silverton area women in their efforts to strengthen our community and its families through leadership and involvement. We support women through fundraising, grants, outreach and education.

Scholarship Amount: Varies

Application Due Date: May 1st

Application turn-in process:  Please email or mail application directly to WILL:

EMAIL APPLICATION TO: womeninlocalleadership@gmail.com
MAIL APPLICATION TO:
Women in Local Leadership
908 Reserve Street
Silverton, OR 97381

If you have any questions or concerns regarding submitting your application for any scholarship, please contact:

Christy Chorazy
Registrar / Scholarship Coordinator
Phone:  503-873-6331 Ext. 3826
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STATE SCHOLARSHIPS

State and National Scholarships are listed for senior students to explore the opportunities, but open or closed will not be indicated.

The Al Forthan Memorial Scholarship is awarded to an Oregon high school senior from a family affected by alcohol or drug addiction. Affected by addiction means you have been raised by a parent or guardian who has experienced addiction or you have abused alcohol or drugs and are now pursuing recovery.

More information can be found at:  https://www.voaor.org/get-involved/give-a-gift/al-forthan-scholarship/apply/

Application Due Date: February 1, 2021

The Oregon Sports Hall of Fame and Museum is offering six $3,000 scholarships to 2021 graduating seniors planning to attend an Oregon college or university. The application deadline is June 15, 2021.

Click here for the application and more information.

Associated Oregon Loggers, Inc (AOL) offers scholarships for high school seniors and current college students seeking a degree from a four-year college of forestry accredited by the Society of American Foresters. These scholarships are available to children and grandchildren of AOL members and to others who wish to pursue a career in a forestry-related field such as Forest Management, Forest Engineering, or Wood Science. You do not have to be related to a member of AOL to apply for these scholarships. Successful candidates will receive $1,500 per year, renewable for up to four years for a total of $6,000, subject to the student maintaining annual qualification requirements.

For application and more information: http://www.oregonloggers.org/scholarship.aspx

Stand for Children is now accepting applications for our next round of Beat the Odds Scholarships.  Beat the Odds is a $16,000 award ($4,000 per year, renewable for up to four years) for students who are succeeding in school in the face of challenges such as poverty, homelessness, disability, systemic inequalities, etc.

Deadline to Apply: September 15th

Link to more information and how to apply: http://stand.org/oregon/beat-the-odds/apply2022

Any graduating student or college student who is a resident in Linn, Marion, or Polk counties or had their senior portraits taken at Stro’s Photography with a minimum GPA of 2.5. Applicant must prove an interest in the automotive hobby or enroll in automotive classes in an institution or higher education (includes community colleges and trade schools).

Selection:

Three recipients and an alternate will be chosen based on financial need and their automotive interest. Selection committee’s decision will be final.

Amount:

Scholarship will be awarded in the amount of $400 to any accredited two or four year institution, to be issued as a one-time payment to the school, at the beginning of the of the student’s second term or semester. If any recipient abandons his or her education, is not a full time student or fails to maintain satisfactory academic progress, the amount of the scholarship funds remaining shall be paid to an alternate or revert to the scholarship fund.

Applications accepted between January 15 and April 15

Application information: https://www.stros.biz/brent_memorial.asp

Scholarship Criteria: High school senior in Marion or Polk County with academics in good standing; a minimum of 3.0 GPA. Applicant must be planning to attend a college or university and should include any community service in the application. This scholarship requires an official transcript.

Scholarship: A $1,000 one-time scholarship made out to your college or university.

  • Dr. Ana Castilla has also established an additional Castilla Orthodontics Scholarship through The Chemeketa Foundation to encourage and support female Latina students entering the Dental Assisting Program. This $1500 scholarship is through The Chemeketa Foundation, which has more than 150 different scholarships and assistance funds. Click here to learn more about The Chemeketa Foundation.

More Information: https://castillaortho.com/scholarship/

Application Due Date: April 30

Application: Castilla Orthodontics Scholarship Application

In support of Oregon’s Community Bank Week, Citizens Bank will be awarding up to five Oregon high school seniors with $1,000 each to assist with college tuition and/or expenses. To be considered for the Citizens Bank Community Bank Week scholarship applicants must meet the following criteria:

  1. Go to www.citizensebank.com/about/scholarship and watch the video for an introduction to Citizens Bank and community banking.
  2. Contact your local Citizens Bank Branch and schedule an online or phone meeting before the application deadline, March 1st, 2021.
  3. Be an Oregon high school senior.
  4. Complete the scholarship application form.
  5. Compose an essay (1–3 pages typed and double spaced) detailing the most interesting thing they learned about Citizens Bank, community banking, and/or careers in banking during your meeting with a Citizens Bank Branch Officer.

Completed scholarship application and essay should be submitted by e-mail or mail:

Email to: gtaylor@citizensEbank.com
Mail to:  Citizens Bank
Attn: Gabe Taylor
PO Box 30
Corvallis, OR 97339-0030

Applications must be received/postmarked no later than March 1st, 2021.  For more information about this scholarship opportunity, please contact Citizens Bank Marketing Specialist Gabe Taylor at (541) 766-2253 or gtaylor@citizensEbank.com

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:  http://clearalliance.org/student-opportunities/

Each year the Coalition of Oregon School Administrators (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.

Click here for more information.

The Ford Family Foundation offers a suite of financial and program resources in Oregon, Siskiyou County, Calif., and, in some cases, other regions. Many recipients enthusiastically declare that the Scholarship Programs are about “so much more than the money.”   Applicants of all ages with unique attributes who may not have had the encouragement, the opportunity, or the financial means to attend or to complete their higher education are encouraged to apply. These candidates should demonstrate an understanding of the value of work, taking responsibility, giving back, and helping others.  Undocumented residents who meet certain qualifications are eligible to apply for scholarships from The Ford Family Foundation.

TIMELINE:

Nov 1st:  Applications Open
March 1st: Applications Due
May 1st: All Finalists Selected
June 1st: All Awardees Announced

For more information:  Ford Family Foundation Scholarship Programs

You may be eligible to receive assistance with postsecondary education and training needs if you have foster care experience, past or present.

For more information click here.

The Oregon State Fraternal Order of Eagles (FOE) has established the Eagles Scholarship Foundation to provide $1,000 scholarships each year.

Scholarship criteria: All seniors of accredited high schools in Oregon. Students must plan to attend an accredited college, university, or school of higher learning. The scholarship will be paid directly to the school the student is attending.

  • High School GPA of at least 3.0
  • Demonstrated financial need
  • Completed application form
  • Provide four letters of recommendation: one from the school principal or counselor, and three from adults who are not related to the applicant
  • Supply a brief resume of community and civic involvement and activities
  • Furnish a transcript of high school academics and attendance record

Amount of Scholarship: $1,000

Application due date: March 1st of each year.  The application is due directly to address on the application.

Click here for OREGON STATE FRATERNAL ORDER of EAGLES Scholarship Application

Friends of NRA – State of Oregon

Application and Essay – all directions to apply are on the scholarship application. Fifteen scholarships are awarded each year.

Application Due: April 10th

Application: FNRA_OR_Scholarship_Application_2021_Final

The Greenfield Peace Scholarship is an opportunity to hear from young Oregonians on some of the most pressing issues of our time. We sponsor this annual writing scholarship in order to encourage Oregon’s youth to consider their leadership role in promoting a more healthy, just, and peaceful world.

To learn more:  https://www.oregonpsr.org/greenfield_peace_writing_scholarship

Every year as an organization, OSEA awards scholarships to members and students to assist them in reaching their academic goals.

The Guy Davis Scholarship for graduating seniors awards $1,250 to each recipient. The Past Presidents’ Scholarship is a statewide, $1,500 award. To be eligible, applicants must have a relative who is an OSEA member and have a minimum high school cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Application deadline: March 1, 2021

Click here to view criteria and application

Purpose:  To provide support and encourage Hispanic youth to continue their higher education. In 2018, The Hispanic Chamber awarded a total of $143,100 to 49 scholarship winners.

Student Selection Criteria:

  • Hispanic ancestry
  • Resident of Oregon or Clark County, Washington
  • Currently attending high school in Oregon or Clark County, WA
  • Graduated from a high school in Oregon or Clark County, WA
  • Currently enrolled in an accredited college or university
  • Minimum 3.0 GPA
  • Be enrolled by Fall 2021 in an accredited 2-year community college, a 4-year college or university or an accredited graduate degree program

Award range: $2,000 up to $5,000

Link to application: http://hmccoregon.com/scholarship/

The Cooke College Scholarship Program is an undergraduate scholarship program available to high-achieving high school seniors with financial need who seek to attend and graduate from the nation’s best four-year colleges and universities.

For more information:  https://www.jkcf.org/our-scholarships/college-scholarship-program/

Scholarship Overview:

The Jiffy Lube “What Drives You?” High School Scholarship program is a unique opportunity to pursue your interests, goals and ideas. A simple 500 words about what drives you? Finalist essays will be selected from the 500 word “What Drives You?” essays. Each finalist will be guaranteed a minimum $1,500 award if they create and submit a unique 1-2 min. video that expands on their essay in their own candid words, visuals, etc. The overall $4,500 scholarship winner will be chosen from these videos.

Overall Scholarship amount: $4,500.00

Application due date: New extended deadline is April 12, 2021

Link: https://www.yourturn2apply.com/oregon.htm

In 2008, Kaiser Permanente Northwest founded the Health Care Career Scholarship Program to help students in Oregon and Southwest Washington achieve their dreams of becoming health care professionals. Since then, Kaiser Permanente Northwest has invested more than $3.6 million in the program, including scholarship awards totaling nearly $3.4 million.

Scholarships are awarded annually to qualified seniors in the Kaiser Permanente Northwest service area, which spans from north of Longview, Washington, to Eugene, Oregon.

For more information:  https://kaiser-scholarship.fluidreview.com/

The Oregon Federation of Women’s Clubs Fine Art Scholarships Contest is for all graduating high school senior students (regardless of gender) who will be attending college in the Fall and reside in Oregon. There are scholarship opportunities in the following categories

  • Vocal Music
  • Instrumental Music
  • Visual Art
  • Essay writing

For more information and application: https://oregongfwc.org/fine-arts-scholarships.html

OnPoint Community Credit Union sponsors the Scholar Program, recognizing Scholar Athletes and Activity Scholars who are graduating seniors at OSAA member schools.

The Scholar Program recognizes graduating seniors who have achieved a 3.50 or higher unweighted cumulative GPA and earned a varsity letter in an OSAA-sanctioned sport or competed in an OSAA-sanctioned activity.

All graduating seniors in the Scholar Program are eligible to apply for one of six college scholarships – two winners will receive a $5,000 scholarship and four winners will each receive a $1,000 scholarship. Winners will be selected based on success in the classroom, leadership in the community, how participating in OSAA activities has either taught them a lesson or helped them achieve their goals and two letters of recommendation.

The 2021 Scholar Program scholarship application is now open! Applications will be accepted through Friday, April 30, 2021.

Application and more information: https://www.osaa.org/awards/scholar

The OACA annually awards eight $1,000 student-athlete scholarships to sons and daughters of OACA members.

Completed scholarship applications, including a resume, copy of the student’s 7-semester transcript, and two letters of recommendation (written by coaches, faculty, or employers), are due April 1st, 2021.

2021 OACA Scholarship Application

Scholarship applications will be reviewed by the OACA Executive Board who will evaluate applications in the areas of academics, athletic participation and honors, extracurricular activities, and community service.

Sponsored by the Harrington Family Foundation

The Oregon Community Leadership Scholarship is a renewable four-year collegiate scholarship program eligible for current Oregon high school seniors who are emerging leaders and plan to attend an Oregon university, college, or trade school. This need-based scholarship focuses on an individual’s involvement in his or her community, rather than academic or athletic performance. Each scholarship is worth $4,000 per year, for a total of $16,000 per student. The scholarship is valid only at an Oregon accredited college, university or trade school. Interviews with the Harrington Family Foundation Scholarship Committee may be conducted for scholarship finalists.

Application due date: March 21, 2021

Link: http://harringtonfamilyfoundation.slideroom.com/

The Oregon Seed Council will be offering three college scholarships this year in the amounts of $2,000, $1,000 and $500. These scholarships will be for students who have had a connection with the seed industry, without regard to what they plan on studying in the future – a way to reward past service to the industry as someone potentially starts a new career path. This doesn’t mean a student wanting to study in crop science or agri-business isn’t eligible; it just opens the pool of applicants to a broader audience.

Link to website: The complete eligibility rules can be found on the Oregon Seed Council website. Students interested in applying are encouraged to go to oregonseedcouncil.org under the “Info” tab http://www.oregonseedcouncil.org/info/ for the rules and scholarship application. Applications are due March 1, 2021.

This vocational grant is a one-year award of $1,500. Students may reapply if your program requires a second year of education. The certificate of the award is issued conditioned upon the satisfactory enrollment of the student in a vocational/technical course of a two-year US College or vocational school. The grant may be used for tuition, fees, books, and supplies.

Eligibility: Any prospective male or female residing within the jurisdiction of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of the USA who plans to pursue an eligible vocational/technical program beyond high school. Must be a citizen of the United States on the date the application is submitted.

More Information: Elks Vocational Grant information sheet

Link to download application: https://oregonelks.org/scholarship/osea-vocational-grant/

New in 2021, the Foundation is offering an increased award amount to $1,500! Annually, up to twelve scholarships will be awarded to graduating high school seniors who are sons or daughters of a grower member of the Oregon Wheat Growers League, or whose parents are employed by a grower member of the Oregon Wheat Growers League. The scholarship is also open to students who have worked summers for grower members.

Scholarship winners will be selected on school and community involvement, scholastic performance, and an essay on the wheat industry.

Application Deadline:  February 1 at 11:55 pm

For more information and to download an application: http://www.owgl.org/foundation/scholarship-award-program/

The Rebecca and Sada Tarshis Memorial Scholarship by the Oregon Jewish Community Foundation was established in 2002 through a legacy gift from the Tarshis sisters to provide tuition assistance to Jewish students for higher education at accredited colleges, universities, and graduate schools. In the 2019/2020 academic year, this fund supported 13 students with scholarships ranging from $1,000 – $3,500.

To be eligible for this one-year scholarship, the student must demonstrate both merit and financial need. Students may apply each year.

More information and application: https://ojcf.org/grants-and-scholarships/receive-a-scholarship/

Caregiving is a challenging and demanding role at any age. In addition to the time investment, a 2017 Caring.com survey found that 38 percent of caregivers spend more than 30 hours a week caring for their loved one- caregiving can also be a financial drain.  Among survey respondents, 44 percent of caregivers spend at least $5,000 per year to care for their loved one, with 25 percent spending over $10,000 annually. These challenges can be exacerbated for young caregivers in school, who already face financial constraints and busy schedules while pursuing an education.

For application information visit: https://www.caring.com/caregivers/scholarships-for-student-caregivers