College and Career Center Resources cover a wide range of interests and needs including but not limited to college planning, visits and applications; scholarships, financial aid, apprenticeship, military options, SAT and ACT testing, Sno-Isle TECH, internships, employment and much more.
Kari Winckler, College & Career Center
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CEEB School Code 481211
Featured Resources from WSAC
· WAGU Featured Resource: Virtual Speaker Series: For High School Students. Includes a GEAR UP-hosted college application panel.
· Free College Admissions Resources. No-cost resources (From NCAN member organizations) for college admissions assistance extend to advising, test prep, finding scholarships and more.
· Plan Your Future. Find a wealth of information about financial aid, college, and career education in WA.
· College & Career Compass. Help students explore post high school options in WA.
Local Scholarship Program Drop-in Help
The Snohomish Education Foundation's Local Scholarship Program is Now Open!
The application for the Local Scholarship Program is on the Washboard.org. Please see the Local Scholarship tab on the left for complete information.
Washboard allows for a lot of information to be be inputted into your profile. Use this handout to know what sections should be completed for the Snohomish Education Foundations LSP program.
Washington State Baccalaureate Opportunity Scholarship
The Baccalaureate Scholarship provides up to $22,500 in financial aid support and access to career-launching support services for students pursuing high-demand STEM and health care majors. This scholarship can be used to cover tuition, fees and other indirect costs of attendance such as housing, transportation, food and more. Funding can be used for any eligible STEM or health care degree at any eligible public or private college or university in Washington state.
Applicants must intend to earn an eligible STEM or health care major, must meet median family income requirements and plan on enrolling at an eligible Washington state college or university. Please see the Baccalaureate Application Toolkit for more information.
Scholars that do not intend to earn their bachelor’s degree are not eligible for the Baccalaureate Scholarship and are instead encouraged to review the Career and Technical Scholarship (CTS). Learn more about CTS here.
The Application Deadline is February 11, 2021.
Juniors Interested in the National Merit Scholarship
Juniors unable to take the PSAT may consider this alternate route to the National Merit Scholarship.
Scholarship Opportunities: Updated December 10
Please use this spreadsheet and check back often for scholarship opportunities. Please see second tab with new scholarships.
Senior Year 101, Financial Aid and Scholarships
The Glacier Peak Counseling department hosted a webinar for seniors on October 13 and for parents on October 14. A recording of the webinar is accessible on our Glacier Peak YouTube site. The videos are broken up into the three sections presented. Senior Year 101, Financial Aid and Scholarships.
Please refer to this packet for handouts referred to during the presentation. You can access College and Career Pathway Information here.
Washington State Gear Up
Please use this scholarship resource offered through Washington State Gear Up. Scholarships are listed by the month due with links to apply.