Washington HECB Washington Scholars Program
Washington Scholarship candidates are nominated to the HECB by their high school principals in the late autumn. Each public or private high school in the State is encouraged to submit their nominations equal to 1% of the graduating senior class. All nominations will be reviewed by the committee which is comprised of representatives from public and private high schools, state educational agencies, and administrators of public and private four year higher education of institutions in the state.
Washington HECB Health Professional Loan Repayment and Scholarship Program
This program encourages all health care professionals to serve in shortage areas by providing their support in the form of conditional scholarship to attend the school, or loan repayment if the participants are rendered health care service in medically underserved areas or from the professional shortage area in Washington State. College Scholarships are allocated in recognition of their academic achievement in high school. Students must demonstrate need of the scholarship. Students can use the grants at public two- and four-year colleges and universities and accredited independent colleges, universities and career schools in Washington.
Washington State Association for Justice’s American Justice Essay Scholarship
This scholarship was committed to create and increase an awareness and understanding of the important role that the civil justice system plays in our society, WSAJ sponsors an annual statewide student essay scholarship program. The essay topic deals with the advocacy in the American justice system and any related fields. This year, WSAJ may award up to three (3) individual scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $3,000 each.
ARC of Washington Trust Fund Research Grants
The ARC of Washington Trust Fund Research Program offers to qualified students who have demonstrated interest in the field of mental education. These Funds are renewable as long as the students are enrolled. The applicants are willing to submitt their brief letter to the Trust explaining the nature of their plan proposal and how they relate to the trustâs purposes with an estimated amount of support they require. If the research meets the Trustâs purposes, the Trust board may request a formal grant proposal for the student.
Washington Thoroughbred Scholarship
The Washington Thoroughbred Scholarship is fully available to the students residing or who attend school in Washington State. The students should be majoring in pre-veterinary medicine, equine science, racetrack management, equine business management, or pasture management with a minimum of 2.85 GPA to eligible to this scholarship award.