LHS and Local Scholarships

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LHS and Local Community Scholarships

These opportunities are for students who attend Lakeside High School or live in the school district's borders of Stevens and Spokane County.


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Local Scholarships

The LHS scholarships open in early Spring 2024.


 

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WSPE

Carl M. Hansen Foundation Engineering Scholarship

Opens: Nov. 2, 2023
Deadline: Feb. 14, 2024

Award: Five $5,000 Scholarships

Each year, the Spokane Chapter of the Washington Society of Professional Engineers (WSPE) sponsors aspiring engineering students under the Carl M. Hansen Foundation. To qualify for this scholarship, students must:

  • Reside in Spokane County.
  • Apply to an ABET accredited engineering college next fall.
  • Write a 250-word essay on the topic of "My Interest in Engineering," including why you are interested, which field you plan to pursue, and the occupation you want.
  • Have a minimum 3.0 average GPA during 10th and 11th grade.
  • Additional points are given for math, computer, natural science, and mechanical drawing courses as well as college-level, AP, and honors classes.
  • Other criteria considered includes technical activities, clubs, honors, and work experience.
  • SAT/ACT scores are not required but may be reported.
  • Provide an official transcript.
  • Financial need will be considered.

 

Kiwanis International

Jerry Marsh HOPE Scholarship Kiwanis of East Spokane

Opens: Dec. 1, 2023
Deadline: Mar. 1, 2024

Award: $1,500 plus mentorship

The Jerry Marsh HOPE Scholarship aims to support non-traditional students seeking a higher education, such as technical or trade school, returning from a gap in education, or young parents.

Kiwanis International is a community service club that focuses on changing the lives of children. The Kiwanis Club of East Spokane has been active for more than 75 years. They have been awarding scholarships for over 20 years. Jerry Marsh was a club member who made a legacy gift to help students achieve higher education.

To qualify, submit the following with your application:

  • Letter describing your career goals, your specific challenging circumstance, your plan for reaching your goals, and why you should be selected.
  • Demonstrate financial need.
  • Meet with a Kiwanis club mentor quarterly.
  • Plan to attend a local community college, tech program, trade school, or regional university.
  • Letter of recommendation from a teacher, counselor, social worker, or adult mentor.
  • High school transcript.
  • An interview may be requested.
  • Renewable for a second year of support as long as recipient maintains a 2.0 GPA.

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Innovia Foundation

Innovia Foundation Scholarships

Opens: Dec. 4, 2023
Deadline: Mar. 3, 2024

Award: $400 to $8,000

Multiple opportunities! Nearly 40 scholarships are available with just one application. Each year, Innovia awards over $300,000 in scholarships to students who are college bound or pursuing vocational or technical training.

You will fill out a short questionnaire to see which scholarship you are eligible for. Each scholarship has specific criteria by the donor when the fund was established. Along with the application, you will complete a personal statement.

The following scholarships are available to LHS students:

  • Lucille I. Hudon Scholarship
    • Factors considered include academic merit, indicators that recipient will succeed in post-secondary education, and participation in work, community service, and extracurricular activities.
    • Minimum 3.0 GPA in the last two years of high school.
    • Include 2 letters of recommendation from teachers.
    • Have resided for two years in one of the following counties: Spokane, Stevens, Lincoln, Pend Oreille, Stevens, Whitman, Kootenai, Shoshone, Bonner, or Boundary.
  • Eileen Hutchison Scholarship
    • Female students only.
    • Pursuing training in medical, dental health, or other related fields.
    • Based on academic achievement, financial need, and good personal character.
    • Resident of Stevens County.
    • Recipients may reapply in subsequent years.
  • Dr. Mark Paxton Dental Scholarship
    • Enrolled in or accepted to an undergraduate program in the field of dentistry, including dental hygiene, dental assisting, and dental lab technician.
    • The selection committee considers experience participating in school or community activities, work or volunteer experience, and commitment to academic excellence.
    • Financial need is considered.
    • Resident of Stevens, Spokane, Lincoln, Adama, Whitman, Pend Oreille, or Ferry County.
    • Recipients may reapply in subsequent years.
  • Bess Mikalson Scholarship
    • A high school senior in Ferry or Stevens County who plans to attend a state-supported college or university in Washington.
    • Awards are granted primarily on the basis of financial need.
    • Academic merit and community involvement are also considered.
    • Recipients may reapply in subsequent years.
  • Denny and Thelma Yasuhara Scholarship
    • A high school senior or graduate from the Inland Northwest region.
    • Demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of Japanese culture.
    • A good citizen.
    • Experience participating in school, community, job, and volunteer activities as well as commitment to academic excellence are considered.
    • Demonstrate financial need.
    • Recommendation from teachers or community members who are not relatives.
    • Recipients may reapply in subsequent years.
  • Don and Mabel Nicholls Scholarship
    • First in family to attend college.
    • Preference is given to students studying for careers in education or engineering and have some employment experience.
    • Demonstrate financial need.
    • Minimum 2.5 GPA.
    • Reside in the 21 Washington and Idaho counties served by Innovia Foundation, including Spokane and Stevens
    • Recipients may reapply in subsequent years.
  • Mark and Kay Burkett Scholarship Fund
    • Over $16,000 is awarded to students who live in or attend high school in the 21 Washington and Idaho counties served by Innovia Foundation, including Spokane and Stevens.
    • Based on academic achievement.
    • Preference is given to students with community service experience.
    • Demonstrate financial need.
  • Stoll Scholarship
    • Reside in the 21 Washington and Idaho counties served by Innovia Foundation, including Spokane and Stevens.
    • Preference is given to students who plan to attend community college prior to transferring to a four-year college.
    • Previous recipients are eligible to reapply.
  • Diversity in Advertising Scholarship
    • Open to Black, Indigenous, and other students of color.
    • Study marketing, advertising, or design with a career focus on digital marketing, advertising, design, or computer science.
    • Special consideration given to students who are active in school activities, community service, and work experience.
    • Attend an accredited school full time or part time.
    • Recipients may reapply in subsequent years.

 

Must reside in Spokane County to qualify for these scholarships:

  • Rika Ream Environmental Scholarship
    • Currently enrolled or enrolling as a full-time college student to pursue a degree in environmental sciences or land management.
    • Demonstrate financial need.
    • Minimum 2.5 GPA.
  • Harold Balazs Creating Wonder Scholarship
    • Plan to study an art-related major, including art, art education, architecture, landscape architecture, interior design, advertising, marketing, photography, cinematography, publishing, or graphic arts.
    • Primary factors for consideration are talent, discipline, commitment, passion, experience, and ability to express self through art.
    • Samples of artwork are required.
    • Enroll as a full-time college student at a public or private two-year, four-year, or vocational college.
    • Minimum 2.5 GPA.
    • Recipients are eligible to reapply in subsequent years.
  • Ren H. Rice Scholarship
    • Students in foster care, guardianship, or group home; or emancipated minors; or students with disabilities.
    • Attend an accredited post-secondary school in Washington state full time or part time.
    • Recipients may reapply in subsequent years.
    • Special deadline of March 31, 2024.

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Marsden Scholarship

Marsden Scholarship

Opens: Jan. 15, 2024
Deadline: Mar. 15, 2024

Award: 2 students receive $32,000 over four years

The George and Dorothy Marsden Scholarship Fund was established in 2006 to help academically promising students from the Inland Northwest maximize their potential at the world's best colleges and universities.

  • Recipients exhibit potential for success and leadership as evidenced by involvement in school, academic awards and honors, extracurricular and community activities as well as work and volunteer experience.
  • Demonstrate promise of academic excellence through grades, test scores, and other factors.
  • Academic goals and potential impact of the scholarship to help achieve those goals are considered.
  • Submit a letter of recommendation from a guidance counselor and either a teacher, advisor, school official, or employer. A third letter is required from a community member.
  • Include your high school transcript and your college application essay or an essay on who you are, what you care about, and what you strive for in your life.
  • A statement that describes a personal experience that illustrates what sets you apart as an applicant and how that experienced influenced you.
  • Although you must reside in the Episcopal Diocese of Spokane, which includes Spokane and Stevens County, you do not have to be a member of an Episcopal church or any faith community.

Fairchild Spouses United

Fairchild Spouses United Dependent Education Scholarship

Opens: Jan. 22, 2024
Deadline: Apr. 1, 2024

Award: $1,000 for up to 5 students

FSU is committed to community and philanthropy. By providing opportunities for volunteerism, military spouses are able to connect through a common goal of giving back. To qualify for the FSU scholarship, applicants must:

  • Be a graduating senior who is a military dependent of an active duty, reserve, guard, retired, or deceased military member assigned to units at Fairchild Air Force Base.
  • Seek a degree or certification from an accredited college, university, or training program.
  • Applications are judged on outstanding academic achievement, character/leadership qualities, and community involvement.

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SRPC

Spokane Regional Plan Center Scholarship

Opens: Feb. 2024
Deadline: Apr. 12, 2024

Award: $500 to $2,000

The SRPC is a membership organization that provides online access to thousands of documents from commercial construction projects during the bid process. In partnership with NEWTech Skill Center, the mission of this scholarship opportunity is to promote careers in skilled trades and properly train the labor force.

Eligible applicants include:

  • Children or legal wards of an employee who is a member of SRPC. Immediate family of SRPC employees are not eligible.
  • Students who intend to enroll in an accredited college, university, or vocational school.
  • Submission of letters of recommendation.

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Inland Power & Light Foundation

Inland Power and Light Excellence Award

Opens: Fall 2023
Deadline: Apr. 13, 2024

Award: $1,000 to 15 students

Established in 1992, the Inland Power and Light Excellence Award recognizes students who have excelled academically and in community service.

  • Open to active Inland Power members and their children.
  • Must be a high school senior who plans to attend an accredited college, university, or trade school in any state or lineman school.
  • Recipients are selected based on grades and strength of essay.
  • A 250-word personal profile describing why you believe you should be considered for the scholarship. Include special circumstances, school involvement, community/family service, and work experience.
  • A 500 to 750-word essay on one of the five topics listed in the application.
  • Submit an official high school transcript.
  • 2 letters of recommendation. One must be from a teach or other school faculty member.

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NAACP Spokane

Spokane NAACP Lt. Colonel Michael P. Anderson Scholarship

Opens: Fall 2023
Deadline: Apr. 13, 2024

Award: $2,000 given to two students

Lt. Colonel Michael P. Anderson was a graduate of Cheney High School and University of Washington before serving as an Air Force officer as an astronaut. Embodying hard work and consistency, he serves as a beacon of hope and inspiration for young black people in Eastern WA. His motto is, "If you apply yourself, work hard to be persistent, and don't give up, you can achieve anything you want to achieve."

Scholarship eligibility criteria:

  • Minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA.
  • Cover letter and personal statement of earned awards, accomplishments, honors, outstanding achievements, and member organizations.
  • Description of community service.
  • 500-word essay on how Lt. Anderson's mantra resonates with you. Explain your dreams and how you plan to achieve them while also positively impacting those around you.
  • Unofficial transcript.
  • One letter of recommendation from school and one from a community member.

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Columbia Bank

Columbia Bank Business Equity Scholarship

Opens: Fall 2023
Deadline: Apr. 2024

Award: Varies

Columbia Bank is a community financial institution headquartered in Tacoma and the parent company of Umpqua Bank. The Business Equity Scholarship supports students of color who plan to pursue degrees in finance or business. This scholarship is sponsored in partnership with the Spokane NAACP.

  • Students of color who reside in Spokane County. Proof of residency is required.
  • Proof of enrollment to a finance or business program at an accredited institution of higher learning.
  • One-page essay explaining how this scholarship will help you achieve your professional goals.

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IAFF

Fire Fighters of Spokane County Districts 9 & 10 Scholarship

Opens: Sept. 1, 2023
Deadline: Apr. 30, 2024

Award: $1,000 to two students

The International Association of Fire Fighters Local 2916 represents the professional firefighters of Spokane County in Fire Districts 9 and 10. This encompasses the firefighters, EMTs, and paramedics that serve the communities north of Spokane and in the West Plains by Airway Heights.

The Benevolent Association Fund exists to help community members in times of hardship, need, distress, or sickness. To qualify, students must:

  • Graduate from Mead, Mt. Spokane, or LHS or be a dependent of a current or retired member of IAFF locals with Spokane and Stevens Counties.
  • Class ranking, GPA, and Honors/AP classes are a small part of the process. Most important is an exhibition of desire to experience a post-high school education.
  • A letter from your high school administrator on official letterhead confirming your student status is required.
  • Official transcript with a copy of your most recent class schedule and grades.
  • Two letters of recommendation speaking to your character, ability, and citizenship.
  • 2-page essay on "How has organized union labor improved labor laws, and how does it protect union workers and indirectly non-union workers?"
  • Acceptance or pending application to a university, community college, or trade school.

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CCD Law

CCD Law Spokane Community Scholarship

Opens: Jan. 2024
Deadline: May 1, 2024

Award: $500

Established in 1948, CCD Law works on personal injury and criminal defense cases. The attorneys have dedicated their careers to helping people who have been hurt in a serious accident or victims who lost a life in a tragic wrongful death case. The firm's scholarship asks high school students to consider how Washington roads can be safer.

To qualify, applicants must:

  • Be a graduating high school senior from Washington or Idaho, including homeschool students.
  • Have a minimum 3.0 GPA
  • Submit a 500-word essay on the topic, "Will driverless cars make Washington roads safer?"

 

McPartland Law Scholarship

McPartland Law Office Scholarship Program

Opens: Jan. 2024
Deadline: May 19, 2024

Award: $500 given to 5 recipients

The oldest of seven children, attorney Bryce McPartland grew up on a farm in Central Washington and is a graduate of WSU and Gonzaga Law. Along with representing injured persons, many of whom do the same kind of blue-collar work he grew up doing, Bryce is also committed to giving back to his community. One way he does this is by supporting graduating seniors in Eastern Washington, including Spokane and Stevens County, in their efforts to attend college.

  • Are evaluated on high school achievements and participation in activities.
  • Submit a 500-word essay describing how the civil justice system has impacted their life either directly or the world in which they live.


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Bismarck H. Turner Scholarship Trust

Bismarck H. Turner Scholarship Trust

Opens: TBA
Deadline: Mar. 31, 2024, by 4 p.m.

Award: $5,850 split by up to five recipients

The Bismarck H. Turner Scholarship Trust was established by Mr. Turner, a landowner in Idaho and Washington, who worked in the timber and land developer industries. As a major supporter of high education, the majority of his estate was set up in the scholarship fund.

  • Recipients are chosen based on their scholarly disposition and high moral character.
  • Demonstrate financial need as identified on the FAFSA application.
  • Scholarship is open to residents of Spokane, Pend Oreille, Bonner, and Kootenai County.
  • Submit an official high school transcript.
  • Include a letter of recommendation that focuses on your moral character.
  • Provide a 400-word essay describing your involvement in extracurricular activities, work experience, community involvement, academic plans, and career goals.

 

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YADDA Scholarship by WHEN

Opens: TBA
Deadline: Apr. 1, 2024

Award: $500 to $5,000 to six students

YADDA is an organization that is dedicated to Youth Against Dating and Domestic Abuse and works under the umbrella of the Women's Healing and Empowerment Network. The purpose of YADDA is to help youth develop and maintain healthy self-esteem while discovering their identity, establish healthy boundaries, develop assertive communication, build healthy relationships, and identify community resources.

There are six scholarships available, including a $5,000 grand prize, one $2,000 runner up prize, two $1,000 awards and two $500 awards. To be eligible, you must:

  • Be a senior in high school or vocational school and a resident of Spokane County.
  • Have applied to or plan to attend a community college, university, or vocational school.
  • Submit an essay, art project, story, poem, video, song, or skit that answers the questions asked in the application.
  • Recipients are celebrated at the scholarship dinner in May.

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Lakeside High School Scholarships

These scholarships are granted only to graduating seniors who attend Lakeside High School. The applications will be available on the website and in the Career and College Center in early Spring 2024.

LHS scholarship recipients are announced at the LHS Senior Academic Award and Scholarship Celebration in late May.

 

Nine Mile Education Association

Nine Mile Education Association Scholarship

Opens: Apr. 1, 2024
Deadline: Apr. 26, 2024, by 2 p.m.

Award: $3,000 total to multiple students

The Nine Mile Education Association is the union that serves certificated employees in the Nine Mile Falls School District.

  • Applicants are evaluated on many criteria, including personal history; school activities, awards, and achievements; non-school activities, including community service and employment; and unmet financial need.
  • Submit a one-paragraph statement about your educational goals and personal interests related to your post-high school degree.
  • 2 letters of recommendation from non-relatives.
  • Official transcript.
  • Submit your application by 2 p.m. to Mrs. Perry in the LHS College and Career Center.

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Booster Club

LHS Booster Club Scholarship

Opens: Apr. 1, 2024
Deadline: Apr. 26, 2024, by 2 p.m.

Award: TBD

The Lakeside Booster Club is a strong supporter of all activities at Lakeside High School and would like to honor graduating seniors for their participation and dedication to Lakeside High School.

Scholarships are awarded to graduating LHS students who have demonstrated an ongoing commitment to extracurricular activities at LHS. Applicants must:

  • Complete their senior year at Lakeside High School and fulfill all graduation requirements.
  • Participate in a specific extracurricular activity for a minimum of two years. Eligible activities include sports, music programs, or clubs that require commitment outside of the regular school day.
  • Plan to continue their education at an institution of higher learning, including college or vocational school.
  • Complete two short essays on the topics of how to encourage an incoming freshman to participate in your favorite activity and what inspired you to participate in your extracurricular activities.
  • Submit 2 letters of recommendation from non-relatives. One must be from a coach or activity advisor.
  • Copy of transcript.
  • Submit your application by 2 p.m. to Mrs. Perry in the LHS College and Career Center.

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Apex Physical Therapy

Apex Physical Therapy Lakeside Health & Wellness Scholarship

Opens: Apr. 1, 2024
Deadline: May 1, 2024, by 2 p.m.

Award: $350

Andy Hamilton and APEX Physical Therapy in Nine Mile Falls honors one senior each year who plans to pursue a career related to health and wellness. Mr. Hamilton is committed to doing more than helping patients with their recovery. He is also committed to being a partner with our schools and doing what he can to support our kids. Health and wellness has been a major driver in his life and pushed him into pursuing a physical therapy degree.

To qualify, candidates must:

  • Be a graduating senior at Lakeside High School.
  • Plan on attending a four-year university or community college.
  • Be working toward a health science, health wellness, or healthcare-related major.
  • Submit an essay explaining why you are interested in pursuing a health and wellness career.
  • Provide a copy of your transcript.
  • Turn in scholarship application to Mrs. Perry in the LHS College and Career Center.

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Phase 1 Physical Therapy

Phase 1 Physical Therapy STEM Scholarship

Opens: Apr. 1, 2024
Deadline: May 1, 2024, by 2 p.m.

Award: $500

Phase 1 Physical Therapy, PS, has served the Nine Mile Falls community since 2003. With a passion for exceptional patient care and commitment to service to the greater community at large, the providers and staff support chose one graduating student each year who expresses an interest in helping others through a career in the STEM fields.

Requirements:

  • Be a Lakeside High School senior.
  • Admitted or pending admission to a university or community college for Fall 2024.
  • Plan to pursuing a degree in a STEM field.
  • Submit a letter of recommendation from a teacher, counselor, or school administrator.
  • Complete a statement of community service activities.
  • Turn in scholarship application to Mr. Osborn.

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Total Security

Total Security Community College or Trades Scholarship

Opens: Apr. 1, 2024
Deadline: May 3, 2024, by 2 p.m.

Award: $500 for 10 students

The Total Security Scholarship, presented by the Lakeside Booster Club, helps one Lakeside High School senior with the costs of attending a career preparation program at a community college or trade school that leads directly to an associate's degree or certification. Recipients have pursued a variety of pathways, including welding, diesel mechanic, X-ray technician, dental assistant, and paraeducator.

In order to be considered for this scholarship, students must:

  • Be a Lakeside High School graduating senior.
  • Complete a 300-500 word essay on the topic of why you have chosen your post-high school program and how it will help you achieve your goals.
  • Grades and test scores are not considered to qualify.
  • Turn in scholarship application to Mrs. Perry in the LHS College and Career Center.

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Lee & Hayes

$2,500 Lee & Hayes Work Ethic Scholarship

Opens: Apr. 1, 2024
Deadline: May 3, 2024, by 2 p.m.

Award: $2,500

The $2,500 Lee & Hayes Scholarship, presented by the Lakeside Booster Club, is intended to support a Lakeside High School senior attending a two-year college or four-year university who demonstrates a strong work ethic and some financial need. However, a high expected family contribution does not preclude students from this award.

In order to be considered for this scholarship, students must:

  • Be a graduating Lakeside High School senior.
  • Plan to attend college in Fall 2024.
  • Complete a 300 to 500-word essay on how your work ethic has been demonstrated through your life and how it will help you achieve your future goals.
  • Turn in scholarship application to Mrs. Perry in the LHS College and Career Center.

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Lee & Hayes

$500 Lee & Hayes Work Ethic Scholarship

Opens: Apr. 1, 2024
Deadline: May 3, 2024, by 2 p.m.

Award: $500 to 10 LHS students

The $500 Lee & Hayes Scholarship, presented by the Lakeside Booster Club, is intended to support a Lakeside High School senior attending a two-college or four-year university who demonstrates a strong work ethic and some financial need. However, a high expected family contribution does not preclude students from this award.

In order to be considered for this scholarship, students must:

  • Be a graduating Lakeside High School senior.
  • Plan to attend college in Fall 2024.
  • Complete a 300 to 500-word essay on how your work ethic has been demonstrated through your life and how it will help you achieve your future goals.
  • Turn in scholarship application to Mrs. Perry in the LHS College and Career Center.

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Lakeside Principal's Scholarship

Opens: Apr. 1, 2024
Deadline: May 3, 2024, by 2 p.m.

Award: $300 to $700

The LHS Principal's Scholarship is awarded to a student who seeks to change the world through getting an education.

"If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more, then you are a leader." - John Quincy Adams

Requirements:

  • Graduating Lakeside High School senior.
  • 400 to 500-word essay on how you will change the world through your desired career and education.
  • No GPA or test scores required!
  • Be a 2022-2023 Lakeside High School senior.
  • Complete the essay portion of the scholarship as directed.
  • Turn in scholarship application to Mr. Osborn.

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Kaylene Palaniuk Scholarship

Kaylene Palaniuk Memorial Scholarship

Opens: Apr. 1, 2024
Deadline: May 6, 2024

Award: $1,000

The Kaylene Palaniuk Memorial Scholarship was established by her parents after Kaylene passed away in an automobile accident in December 2009. The annual scholarship is presented to a deserving student graduating from Lakeside High School. This will keep Kaylene and her accomplishments alive and memorialized with all present and future students who attend LHS.

  • Three, one-page essays: What does your family mean to you; What are your plans for the first year after high school and what does your professional career look like in 10 years from now; How has the life you have lived demonstrated care and compassion toward others?
  • Three letters of recommendation.
  • Official transcript.
  • Finalists may be interviewed by the selection committee.
  • Turn in scholarship application to Mrs. Yamada in the LHS Counseling Center.

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Closed for the 2023-2024 School Year

 

ASCE Inland Empire

Inland Empire ASCE Essay Contest

Opens: Fall 2023
Closes: Nov. 30, 2023

Award: $2,000 for first place; $1,000 for runner up

The Inland Empire chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers invites local students to compete in an essay contest.

  • Topic: How do you see climate change affecting your civil engineering career?
  • The one-page essay is judged by the ASCE Technical Education Committee based on creative approach, incorporation of engineering principles, and clarity of expression.
  • Must plan to attend Gonzaga, Washington State University, or the University of Idaho and submit the essay to the school-specific contact listed on the website.
  • Scholarship recipients are honored at the annual winter ASCE banquet in Spokane.

 

SAME

Lewis and Clark SAME Post Scholarship

Opens: TBA
Deadline: Jan. 31, 2024

Award: $1,000

The Society of American Engineers (SAME) is an engineering professional organization whose members directly support the Department of Defense. The Lewis and Clark post in Spokane encourages high school seniors to pursue degrees in technical disciplines.

  • Available to students in Spokane and Stevens County.
  • Plan to pursue a degree in engineering, architecture, or related studies.
  • Evaluation criteria include GPA in math and science classes (20%), participation in extracurricular activities (35%), and a one-page essay (45%).

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