Peninsula College Scholarships
Students who are attending or will be attending Peninsula College can apply now for Peninsula College and Peninsula College Foundation scholarships via the www.thewashboard.org.
The scholarships support a variety of students, including first-time students, those returning to college, single parents, sophomores, juniors and seniors.
To receive scholarship funding, students must attend Peninsula College full-time, completing 12 credits or more while receiving funding.
Scholarships are awarded competitively on the basis of academic achievement, as well as other criteria, including financial need (if required), letters of recommendations, and statements made by the applicant.
The scholarship process is closed for academic year 2014-15 and will reopen in January for the 2015-16 academic year.
Some of the many scholarships that are available include:
Dorothy Whittenburg Scholarship
Eden Valley Tree Farm Scholarship
Environmental Science Scholarship (College Sophomore, Junior and Senior)
Floyd and Rosalyn Young Science Scholarship
Jewel Webber Scholarship
Journalism Scholarship in Memory of Earl Clark
Leonard and Tea Beil Memorial Scholarship
Lily T. Newton Nursing Scholarship
Medical Assistant Scholarship
Peninsula College Foundation Vocational Scholarship
PSA NOPC Wally Pohold Memorial Scholarship
Rebe and Estill Cornett Scholarship
Sequim Dungeness Hospital Guild Scholarship
Sequim Valley Lion's Club Scholarship
Story People of Clallam County Scholarship
Walkling Administrative Office Systems/Business Administration Scholarship
Walkling Community Service Scholarship
How to find scholarships:
For more information about Peninsula College Scholarships: Please contact the Foundation Office at Peninsula College at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (360) 417-6264.
For a full listing available Peninsula College and Peninsula College Foundation scholarships, please visit www.thewashboard.org and enter “Peninsula College” in the search bar. Late or incomplete applications will not be considered.
Designed to be a one-stop-site, theWashBoard.org is a free, student-centered, online clearinghouse for Washington students seeking college scholarships. This user-friendly site allows students to search and apply for verified scholarships that are specific to their academic interests, college or university, or other criteria. And it is advertising and spam-free.
Scholarship providers will benefit from the increased exposure, reduced paperwork and access to statewide scholarship data.
To get started, visit theWashBoard.org and register today!
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