The law firm of Pond Lehocky Stern Giordano offers numerous scholarships each year to students with a passion for learning and furthering their education. The scholarships that are currently offered include:

  • General Pond Lehocky Stern Giordano Annual Scholarship
  • Bi-Annual Scholarship for Friends, Family & Colleagues of Injured Workers
  • Annual Law School Scholarship Fund in Trial Advocacy
  • College Scholarships for Children of USA Union Members

For more information on deadlines, eligibility, and how to apply, please visit their site to check out the various scholarships

Build: Create a sustainable, economically viable venue for experiential education, community events, and personal growth.

Inspire: Ignite individuals to pursue their passions and achieve goals through self-motivation and creativity.

Flourish: Provide healthy, organic produce at affordable costs to local community.

Our internship’s vision is to inspire and motivate individuals to be proactive in their education through self-discovery and experiential learning, developing skills of critical and holistic thinking, self-sufficiency, and community building while simultaneously learning to be stewards of the land and innovative leaders for the future. Our Hawaii farm currently exists in the most exciting phase of establishment—the inception. We are not a program that needs people to come and merely maintain an already designed system of actions or events. We are a program that aspires to design and build this ecosystem alongside eager-to-learn individuals.

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Below please find the 2017  scholarship opportunities available from Benton Community Foundation. Each application is available in Word or PDF format. We encourage you to download the application and review the eligibility requirements.

  • OSU Opportunity  – Native American
  • OSU Opportunity – International Students
  • Frances Dancy Hooks – Full time undergraduate Junior or Senior – person of color
  • Charles and Elaine Mellen Sutherland – College of Public Health and Human Services
  • Charles and Elaine Mellen Sutherland – College of Forestry

Deadline: Application deadline for OSU Scholarships is February 28, 2017. Application deadline for high school scholarship is March 6, 2017.

Check out this link to find out more about these scholarships and their application process

To promote the Forestry Industry by providing scholastic opportunities to Oregon and Southern Washington students attending Community Colleges, Universities and vocational schools who have forestry and related courses. The Oregon Logging Conference Foundation (OLCF) scholarship program is offered to students studying in forest engineering, forestry, heavy equipment /diesel mechanics, welding or other forestry related area of study.


  • Must be studying in Forest Engineering, Forest Management, Forest Operations Management, Resource Management, Diesel Mechanics / Heavy Equipment Maintenance, Welding and other forest /timber industry related areas of study.
  • Scholarship application must be completed in ink or typed. No applications completed in pencil will be accepted.
  • Applicant must provide previous school year’s academic grades.
  • Applicant must provide at least one letter of work reference and one letter of personal reference. No limit to number of references you can provide.

Deadline: April 25th

For more information on how to apply, please visit their site click here

Students that will graduate from Linn, Benton, or Lincoln County high schools in the spring or graduates of those high schools currently studying music at an institution of higher learning. Those eligible applicants whose material are complete will be asked to interview and perform informally on Saturday April 8th, 2017 in Benton Hall, OSU. Two letters of recommendation.

Deadline: March 27th    music-scholarship

The application and more information is located in the link.

The Office of Military and Veteran Resources is proud to manage the selection and award of the the Class of ‘65 Service Member / Veteran Alumni and Descendants Educational Scholarship.  This scholarship is available to OSU alumni or former students who are honorably discharged veterans of or currently serving in the U.S. military (Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, and Coast Guard, including reserve components) or children or grandchildren of such veterans.


  • Previously attended Oregon State University OR:
  • Received an honorable or general under honorable discharge from the service, or can provide military orders proving their current service OR:
  • Is the child or grandchild of those eligible under criteria 1. Children and grandchildren are not limited to biological children and grandchildren only.
  • Preference will be given to candidates demonstrating financial need and/or merit through academic ability, leadership, accomplishments, character, and community service. Need and merit will be given equal weight.  The second preference will be given to those eligible (or child or grandchild of such eligible persons) who have served in a theater of combat.
  • Selected recipients must be enrolled and attend classes at OSU, and be full time (minimum of 12 credits for undergraduates and 9 credits for graduate students) either solely at OSU, or in combination with OSU and community college partners.

Deadline: March 1st

For more information on how to apply, please visit their site

STEM education is key to driving U.S. economic productivity in years to come, yet remains woefully underrepresented in the workforce. While completing a bachelor’s or master’s degree in computer science can be an expensive pursuit, a wide range of financial aid opportunities have been made available to encourage more people to enter the field and fill up jobs in the industry. We’ve created a guide that includes scholarship, grant, and other aid opportunities offered specifically to computer science majors.


  • This scholarship is open to students studying in a STEM field, including computer science, who are from an underrepresented minority background.

Deadline: Deadlines vary on the different scholarships

For more information on various CS scholarships, visit their site

True&co is a female-founded company, and is made up of a team of brilliant, beautiful, quirky women. This female-forward spirit is essential both to who we are, and what we do: We make products for women that celebrate the female body and spirit. We are offering the chance to win a $3,000 scholarship to be used pursuing the educational course of your choice.


  • Be enrolling/enrolled/have graduated college with a 3.0 GPA or above.

  • Be an American Citizen/Resident.

  • Be an awesome female.

Deadline: March 31st

For more information on applying, please visit their site