2014 Careers That Work! Scholarship Application

The 2014 Careers That Work! scholarship may be awarded effective October 15, 2013, for any student graduating with the 2014 class. All awards must be submitted online by the high school.

To submit an award for a student Click Here

 

Participating Colleges

List of 2014 Participating Colleges

Recipients

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Scholarships

Careers That Work! scholarship program

The Careers That Work! scholarship program provides tuition assistance for high school graduates pursuing education at participating private career colleges in Washington, Oregon and Idaho. The scholarship program was launched in 1999 in Washington state when 88 scholarship were awarded. Since then, hundreds of graduating seniors have been awarded the scholarship by their high school.

For more information, listings of past scholarship recipients and the 2013 on-line application please visit the Careers That Work! scholarship program page.

 

Veterans Appreciation Scholarship Program

America is grateful to its veterans. To honor the sacrifices you have made for your country, the Northwest Career Colleges Federation is partnering with member colleges to provide scholarships to qualified active duty service men and women and Post 9/11 veterans.

The Veterans Appreciation Scholarship Program provides tuition scholarships valued at $500 or $1000, at 29 participating member colleges in Idaho, Oregon and Washington. These colleges offer education that prepares individuals for employment in specific occupations. Our members are dedicated to provide a quality educational experience, delivered with efficiency and accountability.

To qualify for the scholarship, applicants must:

• Be active duty military, or

• Honorably discharged Post 9/11 veteran.

• Have not yet commenced study at the chosen college.

 

Questions? 360-292-4798

For more information, listings of past scholarship awards and our on-line
application please visit the Veterans Appreciation Award Program page.