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Washington State Scholarships
Washington State Opportunity Scholarship - Multiple deadlines throughout the school year
The Washington State Opportunity Scholarship is designed for students pursuing a STEM degree. Scholarships are available for students pursuing an Associates or Bachelor's degree in a STEM field.
Mollie Davis Scholarship - Deadline: February 22 of each year
The Mollie Davis Schoarship is available for those students pursuing an Associates or Bachelor's degree. Students must be high school seniors or post-secondary students and be residents of Yakima County to apply.
The WashBoard - Access to multiple Scholarships
The WashBoard is a scholarship search engine available to students that are looking for scholarships within Washington State.
Yakima Valley College Scholarships/Grants
YVC Foundation Scholarship - Deadline: February 28 of every school year
Students that apply for the Foundation Scholarship have the opportunity of obtaining more then one scholarship by completing just one general scholarship application. Individuals must be students at YVC or looking to enroll at YVC to apply for this scholarship.
Opportunity Grant - Multiple deadlines throughout the school year.
The Opportunity Grant is designed to help low income individuals obtain a degree or certificate in a high wage in demand career. Eligible students can obtain tuition and book assistance for up to 45 college level credits.
Worker Retraining Grant - Multiple deadlines throughout the school year
The Worker Retraining Grant is designed to help individuals obtain a degree or certificate to return to work. Eligible students can obtain assistance with tuition, books and other college expenses.
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