Charles L. Hecht Memorial, Santiam Masonic Lodge Scholarship Due 4/1/20!

Scholarship(s) will be offered each year to a student(s) wishing to pursue some field in agriculture, veterinary medicine, horticulture, mechanics, or related engineering field. The scholarship(s) may be awarded to either male or female students.

Applications are due by April 1st to the address listed on the first page!

The scholarship(s) will be awarded to a senior student(s) from Regis High School, and/or Stayton High School, and/or Santiam High School. A student awardees’ may apply the following year.

Eligible recipients must have earned a 2.5 grade point average or better in their high school career and demonstrates financial need, if they wish to apply again in future years.

See application on link below

charleslhecht 2020

Pointe Pest Control Scholarship Due 4/29/20

Pointe Pest Control is pleased to announce the 4th annual Pay it Forward scholarship for the 2019/2020 school year!
We wanted to make sure your students were aware of this offer as this scholarship was created to encourage students to do something good for someone else.  We want to hear about the good deed they’ve performed!
Here is some brief information about this scholarship:
  • Scholarship is due no later than 04/29/20.
  • Scholarship is a one-time award of $750.
  • A winner will be announced on 05/30/20.
  • LATE and INCOMPLETE applications WILL NOT be accepted.

See link below

https://pointepest.com/oregon-scholarship-application/

 

Youth Benefit Golf Scholarship Due 3/1/20

The net proceeds from the Youth Benefit Golf Tournament are distributed as scholarships and funding assistance grants for youth programs in the Santiam Canyon.  The following criteria will govern the scholarships and funding assistance grants.  Deadline to submit applications is March 1, 2020.
Scholarships:  Graduating seniors from Regis; Santiam & Stayton High Schools are eligible to apply for a scholarship.  Graduating seniors from the online school ORCA that reside in the Santiam Canyon (Stayton-Sublimity to Detroit-Idahana) are also eligible to apply for one of our scholarships.
SEE LINK BELOW

Key Bank Cline Scholarship Due 4/12/20

The Charles O. and Hazel E. Cline Memorial Scholarship Fund was established to secure an education beyond high school in any school situated in the state of Oregon, with preference to schools in Linn and Crook Counties, to enable the recipients to better prepare themselves to follow a vocation, occupation or profession of their choice, and to become self-supporting.  College Now Greater Cleveland is handling the administrative duties of the scholarship for the 2020/2021 year.  Key Private Bank is in trust of the fund.  We need your help promoting this scholarship to eligible students.  The application deadline is April 12th, 2020.

GPA: 3.0 and BELOW!

See this link below to apply!! Best of luck! It’s a good one!!

https://app.smarterselect.com/programs/63422-College-Now-Greater-Cleveland

Chemeketa Scholars Applications Due in person 3/9/20 to 3/13/20 @ Salem Campus!

Link to more information: https://www.chemeketa.edu/cost-aid/chemeketa-scholars/

What’s New with Chemeketa Scholars

  • Applications will be accepted at the Salem campus March 9-13, 2020
  • The Yamhill Valley information session is January 28, 2020
  • The Salem information session is January 29, 2020
  • Scholars applicants should also apply for the Oregon Promise
  • Smarter Balanced scores may be used in place of Chemeketa’s placement assessment

Chemeketa Scholars Eligibility Requirements

High School Students

  • Attend a high school within Chemeketa’s district or reside in Chemeketa’s district
  • Have an unweighted cumulative GPA of 3.50 or higher. This GPA is through the first semester/quarter of the last year of high school
  • Be placed into Reading 115, Writing 115 and Math 095 or higher*
  • Be on track to earn a high school diploma
  • Enroll full-time (12-18 credits) at Chemeketa in the first fall term after graduation

Associated Oregon Loggers Scholarship

The AOL Scholarship Competition is a $6,000 scholarship, $1,500 awarded annually (if student qualifies and is approved by the Scholarship committee) to Oregon high school seniors or current college students who intend 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

Each candidate must submit:

        *The AOL Scholarship Application Form Non Member Scholarship Application w Competition Info (1)

  • An original essay on “What challenges do you see in the field of logging and what are your views on meeting the challenges” not to exceed three pages, handwritten or typed.
  • High school transcripts
  • SAT or ACT scores
  • Letter of Acceptance to 4 Year College – The College must be accredited by the Society of American Foresters, www.safnet.org/education/recognition.cfm.
  • Field of Study or Major

Candidate will be selected on the basis of the following criteria:

  • Candidate’s studies and experiences as they relate to chosen field of interest.
  • Scholastic performance in all classes as it relates to success in higher education (GPA).
  • SAT or ACT scores.
  • Thought process, grammatical usage and capability to express self in the essay.
  • Legibility, neatness and accuracy of information submitted.

The potential contribution of the student in a forest resource production related field is the important issue. Financial need of the student is NOT a criterion for selection. The selection of the winner will be made by the AOL Scholarship Committee, which are members of the association.

Applications must be received on or before:  APRIL 1, 2020

Mail to:

Associated Oregon Loggers, Inc.

PO Box 12339

Salem, OR  97309-0339

Selection is usually made by reviewing the items submitted. However, we could ask a finalist to be interviewed by the Selection Committee.

Notification of Winner:  MAY 31, 2020

All entries will be acknowledged. The actual financial award will be paid to the college or university prior to September 1st. The winner will be invited to attend the scholarship luncheon held during AOL’s Annual Convention in January.