The Rosenberg-Ibarra Scholarship

This scholarship was created by Bill Teska for LGBTIQ students who either graduated from a high school in Idaho or will be attending a college or university in the state of Idaho. Words from the Scholarship Creator: This scholarship is named for Robert Eugene Rosenberg and Silvia Maria Ibarra Echeverry, both of whom are gentle

Kevin J. Mossier Scholarship

This scholarship was established by Helen Dehner in 2014 to support LGBTQ graduating high school seniors from Oregon. Words from the Creator: Kevin J. Mossier was many things; entrepreneur, renaissance man, mentor, generous, creative and driven. In retrospect, he might have sensed his time was limited, packing as much into forty-seven years as he possibly

The Bellevue Chapter P-FLAG Scholarship

This scholarship was created by Alex Pava in 1999 and is awarded to East King County High School seniors who have demonstrated their ability to promote leadership in the LGBTQ community through their actions as volunteers and/or advocates. About the Creators: Alex Pava created this scholarship the year after his son, Justin, graduated from high

Thelma Fisher Dewitty Scholarship

This scholarship was founded by Robert Roblee in 2005 for current and future African American LGBTQ leaders and role models. Thelma Fisher Dewitty’s Story [Excerpt from an article written after Mrs. Dewitty’s death]: Mrs. Thelma Fisher Dewitty was born in Beaumont, Texas in 1912. Later in life she moved to Seattle with her husband, where

The Phoenix Two Spirit Native & First Nations Scholarship

This scholarship was created in 2013 by Phoenix Two Spirit for LGBTQ Native and First Nations students who have current or future activism and/or leadership in the Native community. Words from the Creator: The Native and First Nations community has faced overwhelming struggles to achieve academic success. As a Cree First Nations person I have

NAEOP–TRIO Scholarship

This scholarship was created by Scott Clyde for current or former students of NW Association of Educational Opportunity Programs (NAEOP-TRIO) for disadvantaged youth. An applicant need not identify as LGBTQ, but should demonstrate leadership in human rights, gender issues, and/or sexual minority rights. Words from the Creator: I established this scholarship because I wanted LGBTQ

The Frank W. Ross Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was created by author Jason Schmidt in 2015 to support LGBTQ and allied students under 21 years old who are living in poverty and have experienced housing insecurity, homelessness, or life within the foster care system. Words from the Creator: Frank W. Ross was born in Seattle, Washington in 1918 and worked primarily

The Deloris Carter Hampton Scholarship

This scholarship was created in 2001 by George M. Hampton, Jr. the son of Deloris Carter Hampton, to support LGBTQ women of color who have a demonstrated history of activism and/or leadership in the LGBTQ community and are pursuing degrees in dance, education, or women’s health. About the Creation of this Scholarship: Deloris Carter was

Daniella Altfeld-Moreno Scholarship

The Daniella Altfeld-Moreno Scholarship was created to support Latino/Latina youth under age 25 with a preference for students involved in athletics About the Creation of the Scholarship: Danny was born on May 3rd, 1985 in Mexico City. Danny lived with her parents Emma Moreno and Scott Altfeld in Mexico City for the first years of

Varsity Athletics Scholarship Fund

This scholarship was created by Sam McVeety & Jordan Goldwarg in 2014 to support LGBTQ-identified students who are “out” leaders and play a varsity-level sport in college. Words from the Creators: I rowed on my college crew team and Jordan was on the ski team. Both of us were out to our teammates (who were

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