This scholarship was created by Bill Etnyre, the grandson of Bell Emerson Hoopes Gibson, for students pursuing an accredited social work degree (BSW or MSW) from the University of Washington. Words from the Creator: This scholarship is given in honor of my maternal grandmother, Belle Emerson Hoopes Gibson, born in 1875, and her sister, my
Born in 1925 in rural Minnesota, Len Tritsch was a passionate advocate for health and athletics. Len focused his professional career on health and wellness education,working as a teacher and coach, publishing several books to inspire positive health behaviors, and founding a health promotion conference in Seaside, Oregon. Len also served on the Oregon Governor’s
This scholarship was created by Steve Parsons in 2013 to support LGBTQ-identified students with learning disabilities. About the Creator: Steve Parsons created this scholarship in order to honor nine generations of West Virginia family members named Jabez. Specifically, Steve is eager to provide support for LGBTQ students with learning disabilities, as he feels a deep
Rainbow City Band Scholarship for students pursuing degrees in music or music education.
Larry McDonald Scholarship for Oregon or Clark County, Washington residents studying in the Arts or Humanities, which includes ancient and modern languages, literature, history, philosophy, religion, fine arts, and visual and performing arts such as music and theatre.
Jim McBroom and John H. Weston Charitable Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation Scholarship for Oregon residents pursuing a bachelor’s or master’s degree with a preference for studies in the areas of fine arts or humanities.
Gregori Jakovina Scholarship for Oregon or Clark County, Washington residents studying in the Arts, with a preference given to visual arts such as painting, sculpture, and photography.
Dennis Coleman Scholarship for LGBTQ students studying choral conducting or music with preference given to those committed to creating social change through music.
This scholarship was created by Lora Volkert in 2013 for LGBTQ and ally students majoring in STEM (science, technology, engineering and/or math) fields. This scholarship was first awarded in 2014. Alan Turing’s Story: Considered by many to be the father of computer science, Alan Turing’s theories and discoveries helped determine what computers are capable of
This scholarship was created in 2007 by Nikki Coyote for lesbians studying theater or visual arts with a commitment to social justice. About this Scholarship: Patricia Van Kirk, our dear and beloved friend, died unexpectedly on March 23, 2005 at the age of 54 in Mazatlan, Mexico. She was born on Nov. 26, 1950 in