Local Scholarships Provided by Goingmerry
IMPORTANT! Most scholarships require letters of recommendation. Complete this Letter of Recommendation form for your recommenders - it's a fillable PDF, which makes it easier to complete and email to your recommenders!
Tip! Browse monthly scholarships in advance, as many are open now and are available for application far in advance of their due date!
To view scholarship opportunities in different languages, open the file, select "Tools" then "Translate Document" and choose your language!
Scholarship Search Engines
There are thousands of scholarships available to help fund your education. Students create an account on any of these Scholarship Search Engines to find a wide variety of opportunities:CSS Profile (a College Board search engine - costs may apply!)Scholarship Guidance Newsletter (must sign up to receive monthly newsletter)Here's a scholarship search handout detailing what to expect when you visit some of the sites noted above.The 10 Best Scholarship Search platform, Best Scholarship Search and Honest Product Reviews websites have links to the above Search Engines, and many more.
Some scholarship search engines may ask you to pay - you should never pay for a scholarship search!
You always want to make sure you actually meet the requirements of a scholarship. Even though the search engine states that you meet a requirement for a scholarship, it might not always be the case.
Example: You say you are a high school senior but it does not specifically ask you what high school. Every high school senior in Washboard will be told they qualify for the "Auburn High School" scholarship. However, the scholarship is only for seniors who are attending and graduate from Auburn High School.
If you are a First-Generation college student (neither of your parents have earned a bachelor's degree!), and are interested in going to an Ivy League college, check out Quest Bridge, a website that helps First-Gen students achieve their dream of attending a major university at reduced tuition!
The Orting School District does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following employees have been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination: Debi Christensen, Title IX Coordinator & Civil Rights Coordinator, 360-893-6500 x243, christensend@orting. wednet.edu; Chris Willis, Section 504 Coordinator, 360-893-6500 x233 email@example.com, 121 Whitesell Street NE, Orting, WA 98360.