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We connect Washington students of all types with Washington scholarship providers….for FREE. Whether you’ll be attending in state or out, you save time by entering your profile once and letting us find the scholarship opportunities that fit. theWashBoard.org is spam-free and will never sell your information.
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Higher education costs are at an all-time high, and landing the right scholarship could be the difference between graduating debt-free or paying off loans for years and years. This online guide walks you through the whole process, including preparing, searching, applying, deadlines, etc.
In this guide, we go over the cost of college and the associated steps to pay for it. There are 6 steps in total, including The Cost of College, The Steps to Paying for College, Financial Aid, Scholarships & Grants, College Savings Accounts, and Student Loans. In addition, we even recorded 5 videos to make the information more digestible and engaging.
General Scholarship Information
This site provides information on state sponsored prepaid tuition and college savings plans throughout the U.S.
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Program for Former/Present Foster Care Youth
The Educational and Training Voucher (ETV) Program offers financial assistance to current and former foster youth to help them attend colleges, universities or vocational training programs. Students may receive up to $5,000 per academic year to help pay for tuition, fees, books, room and board, rent and other school-related expenses not covered by financial aid.
Multicultural Achievement Program (MAP) Scholarship
Scholarships range from $500 to $2,000 and are available to incoming freshmen and transfer students who have demonstrated an ongoing commitment to multiculturalism and/or diversity.See Mrs. Long for more information.
Inland Northwest Community Foundation manages the distribution of grants totaling more than $4 million annually to help create vibrant, successful communities. These grants are awarded through a combination of competitive programs and donor recommendations.
The Husky Promise guarantees that full tuition will be covered by grant or scholarship support if you are a low- or lower middle-income student and a Washington resident. These grants and scholarships do not have to be repaid. If you qualify for the Husky Promise you can be assured that if tuition increases, the University of Washington has you covered.
For students with confirmed financial hardship, the University of Washington is happy to provide a waiver of the $50 application fee. For more information visit us in the Career Center.
Construction Trades, Engineering, Manufacturing, Mechanical Trades and Service Industries. This is a new Career Planning Guide that can be looked up in the CHS Career Center.
General Health Scholarships - explore health careers at: https://sites.ewu.edu/ewahec/resources/resources-for-high-school-students/explore-health-careers/
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Get ready! The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) will be available on October 1 for the 2018-19 academic year. Completing the FAFSA is the first step in determining a student’s eligibility for financial aid. The FAFSA assistant can help your students and parents get ready and help ensure they have the right documents on hand when completing the FAFSA.