Join SCHOLARS APP and apply for Oregon scholarships! They are helping Santiam directly and have looked up all available scholarships YOU can apply for in November.

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Attachment: Oregon Scholarships – November 2018


PSU; UO; Offer 4 years free tuition

Portland State University offers the opportunity to earn 4 years of free tuition. Check out the link to see if you qualify!

University of Oregon offers a similar program called “Pathway Oregon”. Check out their link to see if you qualify!

Seneca Scholarship 2019

Seneca is providing students with the opportunity to write an essay about the viability of Oregon’s natural resources and in turn, the top three students with the most outstanding essays will be awarded a $10,000, $7,000 and $5,000  college scholarship.

Seneca’s mission in this is for students to learn about Oregon’s greatest natural resource in the process of this application. While most scholarships aim to narrow their pool of applicants, Seneca views this as a unique opportunity to give all students, no matter their demographic, athletic talent or academic standing, the chance to earn a college scholarship with their excellence in research and creativity.

Essay deadline by 5:00 pm on March 1, 2019

BBB Foundation: Students of Integrity Scholarships

BBB Foundation offers the Students of Integrity Scholarships to recognize high school juniors and seniors who personify and communicate ethics in the real world, as demonstrated through community service, personal integrity, and academic accomplishments.

Scholarships will be awarded to the winning applications submitted by students residing in Alaska, Oregon, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Washington or Western Wyoming*. High school juniors and seniors from across the Northwest and Pacific are encouraged to apply by submitting either a 90-second video or a 500-word essay that answers Why BBB and Trust are Important to Local Businesses and Communities.

Al Forthan Scholarship 2019

The purpose of the scholarship is to honor Al Forthan, the first alumni from our treatment program who went on to become a counselor at the Men’s Residential Center, encourage students to explore how addiction has impacted our community, and to think of solutions to this complex problem.

Scholarship Name: Al Forthan Memorial Scholarship for Students from Homes Impacted by Addiction.

Amount:  One scholarship totaling $10,000 and many others in various amounts

Eligibility: Oregon high school seniors that have been raised by a parent or guardian who has experienced addiction or the student has abused alcohol and drugs and are now pursuing recovery.

Due Date: February 4th, 2019

UNIGO and Scholars App!

These two sites are worthy of signing up for!

About Unigo

With a thriving community of over 1.6 million members, Unigo is the premier network for current and future college students to get to where they’re going. Unigo provides cutting-edge tools, compelling content, and essential information, empowering students to make the best decisions about their college experience.

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About Scholars App

How We Started

Traven Watase created Scholar’s App after experiencing frustrations with scholarships from both a student and donor’s perspective. Traven had two main issues; one – completing paper applications individually was extremely time consuming, two –the difficulty of finding scholarships he qualified for because of his cumulative GPA. Despite having a 4.0 in both his Junior and Senior year of high school, his overall score was low from the years before.

Upon feeling the pain of being overlooked by some scholarships, Traven decided to create his own scholarship for someone in a similar situation right out of High School. He ate Peanut Butter & Jelly sandwiches to put aside money for what he would call, the PB&J scholarship. However, when Traven finally saved his goal of $500 to make a scholarship, he was rejected because the dollar amount was too small.


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PB&J Scholarship….for reals

About this scholarship

The Peanut Butter and Jelly Scholarship was started in Hawai’i with the goal to help students who may not have the highest GPA’s or test scores but have the drive to achieve their dreams. Traven Watase started the first PB&J Scholarship by eating PB&J sandwiches to save money to pay forward his own scholarship right after he graduated from Farrington High School, located in Honolulu, Hawaii. Since then, our funding has grown and we are now looking to give out scholarships to students studying in Oregon this year.

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