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|03/01/2019||Oregon Association of Nurseries Scholarship||
Several scholarships available for Oregon students who plan to study horticulture, landscape architecture or related fields.
Up to $5,000 for African American, Hispanic, or American Indian high school seniors or college students pursuing a college degree in the chemical sciences or chemical technology.
|03/01/2019||Blacks at Microsoft Scholarship||
$5,000 scholarships renewable for up to four years for black students with a 3.3 GPA or higher that plan to pursue a bachelor's degree in engineering, computer science or related fields.
|03/01/2019||Colleges That Change Lives Scholarship||
$1,000 renewable for up to four years at select member colleges.
|03/01/2019||Islamic Society of North America Scholarships||
Several scholarships open to Muslim students pursuing higher education.
|03/01/2019||Life Lessons Scholarship Program||
Up to $15,000 for students who have lost a parent.
|03/01/2019||Murray Wise Associates Scholarship||
Scholarships renewable for up to four years for students who plan to study agriculture.
|03/01/2019||Frame My Future Scholarship||
Up to $1,000 scholarship for a digital image based on how you frame your future.
|03/01/2019||Autolist Used Car to Dream Car Scholarship||
$1,500 scholarship for two short essays.
|03/01/2019||TheDream.us National Scholarship||
Up to $29,000 a year for four years for undocumented students who can receive in-state tuition at WOU or EOU.
|03/01/2019||Richard G. Zimmerman Scholarship||
$5,000 scholarship open to high school seniors interested in pursuing a career in journalism. Applicants must provide three work samples, letters of recommendation, an academic transcript, and financial aid forms.
|03/01/2019||St. Andrews Society Scholarship||
Renewable scholarship for graduating seniors from high schools in Oregon or Clark County, Washington. Applicants must be one of the following: born in Scotland, the child/grandchild of someone born in Scotland, or someone who has demonstrated a substantial commitment to Scottish dancing, piping, drumming, the Celtic harp or the highland fiddle.
|03/01/2019||Mabel and Allan MacKenzie Scholarship||
Renewable scholarship for two years for Black and/or African American graduates of any high school in Deschutes County planning to attend or attending a community college in Oregon. Participation in traditional competitive high school sports, athletic teams or athletic clubs is a requirement. Must demonstrate financial need.
|03/01/2019||Institute for Cultural Initiatives Scholarship||
Renewable scholarship for bilingual Latino students who plan to enroll or are enrolled at a community college in Oregon.
|03/01/2019||Earl and Jane Ferguson Scholarship Fund||
For graduates of Klamath County high schools, who plan to pursue an undergraduate degree.
|03/01/2019||Young Women in Public Affairs Award||
$1,500 scholarship for young women, aged 16-19, in Linn and Benton counties committed to community service and civic causes. Offered by the Zonta Club of Corvallis.
|03/01/2019||ACS Scholars Program||
Up to $5,000 per academic year to students majoring in undergraduate chemistry-related disciplines from The American Chemical Society (ACS). The opportunity is open to high-achieving African-American/Black, Hispanic/Latino, or American Indian high school seniors with financial need.
$1,000 scholarships for Oregon high school seniors who plan to attend a 2- or 4-year college.
|03/04/2019||Jack Kent Cooke Young Artist Award||
$10,000 scholarship for classical instrumentalists, vocalists, and composers who show financial need between the ages of 8 and 18 who have not yet entered college. High school seniors must apply by October 2 to be considered.
|03/04/2019||Greenfield Peace Writing Scholarship||
Up to $1,000 for 11th and 12th grade students in Oregon for writing a short essay, poem or narrative on promoting a more healthy, just, and peaceful world.