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The 2023 Washington Opportunity Scholarship is now open!
The Washington Opportunity 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.
- Eligibility Requirements: students must demonstrate financial need, intend on attending a Washington four-year institution fall of 2023, have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.75, and pursuing an eligible science, technology, engineering, math or health care major
- Application deadline (including FAFSA submission): February 28, 2023
- Application information can be found here
Class of 2023 Local Scholarship Program is coming soon!
The Local Scholarship Program will be opening on February 1, 2023. Creating your application account over break will make applications easier! Please see the Local Scholarship Page on the C&CC website for more information on the program.
- The application will be available on the washboard.org
- Create a washboard.org account and complete these profile sections
- Wait to upload your transcript for first semester grades
- There will be new scholarships and some changes to last year’s scholarships. However, this Local Scholarship Program page can be helpful to give you an idea of what types of scholarships and requirements are offered.
February 1, 2023 LSP opens
March 5, 2023 LSP deadline
April 28, 2023 decisions released to students
EvCC Students of Color Career Conference
Students interested in attending Everett Community College Students of Color Career Conference on March 23, please preregister here. Glacier Peak will be taking a group of students to the conference. EvCC’s Annual Students of Color Career Conference offers middle and high school students of color in the Snohomish County area a chance to learn from prominent local professionals of color. Through keynote speakers, cultural sharing, and panel sessions, students will have the opportunity to engage in discussions with experienced professionals of color and reflect on their own future career aspirations.
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.
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.
Click here to download a Junior Senior fillable handbook published by WSAC.