SENIOR CLASS RESOURCES
LOCAL RESOURCE FOR SENIORS! - Amanda Cultee-Johnson, the Youth Advocate from Employment and Training Center, is offering LNS students help with FAFSA, needing help with Driver’s Ed and/or General Assistance.
If you are in interested in meeting with her, please email her at:
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Hello Juniors and Seniors,
The deadline for the EXCEL program through Washington State University is coming up on Oct. 8th. This is a free overnight stay on the WSU campus in Pullman. Here is a description of the program:
EXCEL is designed to encourage and promote higher education for Native American junior and senior high school students and introduce them to the opportunities and experiences at Washington State University.
Participants receive important information regarding the application process at WSU, financial aid & scholarships, Native programming and resources at WSU, and more! Native faculty, college students, and members from tribal communities will lead hands on activities, cultural presentations, and college planning workshops. Students will have the opportunity to engage with Native role models and experience life on the WSU campus.
All activities, meals, and lodging are provided AT NO COST to students accepted to the program.
This is a great opportunity for any Blackhawks planning to attend WSU. Come to me in room E 210 if for any questions or help filling out the forms. I have attached a flyer with a sign up link.
Other Scholarships! - Via AICF Website
Educational Advocate Request Form
The FAFSA PROCESS
4-H Youth In Action Scholarship
Sharing the stories of 4‑H’ers who make a difference in their communities.
AAUW Women’s Fellowships and Grants
One of the world’s largest sources of funding for graduate women, AAUW is providing $3.9 million in funding for fellowships and grants to 250 outstanding women and nonprofit organizations.
ACS Scholars Program
ACS awards renewable scholarships to underrepresented minority students who want to enter the fields of chemistry or chemistry-related fields. American Indian high school seniors or college freshman, sophomores, or juniors pursuing a college degree in the chemical sciences or chemical technology are eligible to apply. Deadline: March 1st.
Actuarial Diversity Scholarship
The Actuarial Foundation supports the future of the actuarial profession and fosters the best and brightest students through its scholarships. Deadline: May 2nd
AICPA Scholarship Award for Minority Accounting Students
This scholarship award provides financial awards to full-time minority students pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in accounting or an accounting-related major. Applicants must have a GPA of at least a 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) and be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
AICPA Fellowship for Minority Doctoral Students
The program’s goal is to increase the number of minority CPAs who serve as role models and mentors to young people in the academic environment and university classrooms. Deadline: May 15
Amazon Future Engineer Scholarship
assists high school seniors who have completed an advanced placement computer science course continue their education at an accredited four-year college. Winners receive $10,000 per year and a paid summer internship at Amazon after their freshman year.
USRA Space Scholarship Awards
$5,000 awards are available college juniors and seniors with interest in science or engineering with an emphasis on space research, education and aeronautics. August Deadline
Veterans Scholarships (Western Governors University)
Military service in defense of our country is an unparalleled sacrifice, and at WGU we are committed to saying “thank you.” Regularly recognized as one of the nation’s most military-friendly colleges and universities, we’re proud to offer degree programs that provide the flexibility, portability, and job relevance our nation’s military personnel, veterans, and their families need.
Washington Indian Gaming Association
The WIGA College Scholarship Program is designed to promote tribal self-sufficiency by providing scholarships for Native American students in Washington seeking to advance their own self-sufficiency and broaden their personal and professional potential through higher education. Applicants must be students who are enrolled members of one of Washington’s 29 federally recognized tribes or who are enrolled members of a federally recognized tribes outside of Washington, but are attending school in Washington State. Deadline: March 31st
View more via the American Indian College Fund website - Click here