Hawkins Spizman Kilgo, LLC is pleased to announce our Childhood Cancer Awareness Scholarship, in support of those who have survived or been directly affected by childhood cancer. This $1,000 scholarship will support one hard-working student who has had firsthand experience with this devastating disease.


  • You are currently enrolled in or have been accepted to an accredited college or university (undergraduate or post-graduate level)
  • You are either a survivor of childhood cancer yourself or a loved one has been directly affected by childhood cancer
  • You have a minimum 2.8 GPA
  • You must submit an official copy of your transcript, your written essay (see below) and your completed application using the form

Submission Deadline: July 31st for Fall Semester

For more information on applying, visit their site


Distracted driving causes thousands of accidents each year. At the Law Office of Neil Burns they see firsthand the personal injuries that these motor vehicle collisions cause.  They hope by offering this scholarship they will raise awareness to the dangers of distracted driving.


  • Any person in the United States seeking post-secondary education is eligible.
  • This scholarship IS NOT limited to any major or degree.

Deadline: November 15th


The American Legion wants to ensure higher education is a possibility for children whose parents have been killed while serving our country.

The amount of aid and number of awards depend upon the income derived from the trust. Scholarship recipients may re-apply for the award.


  • Those eligible to apply for the scholarship shall be the child/children or legally adopted child/children or a child of a spouse by a prior marriage or dependent child as defined by the United States Armed Services of active duty United States military and National Guard, and military reservists who were federalized and die on active duty on or after September 11, 2001.
  • The applicant must be a high school senior or high school graduate to apply for the scholarship.
  • Scholarship is for undergraduate study at an accredited institution or higher education within the United States

Application Deadline: April 20th


Every year, BCMGA awards a scholarhisp for the purpose of encouraging and enhancing  post-secondary, academic study of horticulture, botany, and plant science.


  • Student must be a matriculated, registered student at Linn-Benton Community College or Oregon State University.
  • Student must have declared a  major in botany, horticulture, and/or plant science.
  • Student must have completed at least 24 college credits
  • Student must have demonstrated interest and involvement in activities relevant to the goals of the Benton County Master Gardeners.

Application Deadline: second Monday in April


Coos County High School graduates/equivalent AND/OR current legal Coos County resident/s, to further their education by obtaining a degree in a plantrelated field. The field of study might include agriculture, biology, botany, biochemistry, entomology, forestry, horticulture, or landscape design.

Requirements for scholarship applicant (current college student):

Completed application along with a current photograph

Official college transcript(s)

Two current (written within the last 12 months) letters of recommendation, dated and signed

Telephone interview with Coos County Master Gardener Scholarship Committee during the

first week in May.

Requirements for Coos County high school graduate/equivalent applicant:

Completed application along with a current photograph

Official high school transcript or copy of your high school diploma or equivalent

Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or better

Acceptance letter to a college or university

Two current (written in the last 12 months) letters of recommendation are required, one of

the two letters should be from an instructor

Application Deadline: April 15


Mr. and Mrs. West intended the WEST SCHOLARSHIP FUND to provide as much help as possible to the largest number of eligible and deserving students from Klamath County.


  • Must be a graduate of a high school in Klamath County
  • Student must be a U.S. citizen or hold a permanent resident card
  • Student must be working toward a baccalaureate degree or an academic award or certificate of an undergraduate nature offered by any college, university, technical or vocational school.
  • Have a need for financial assistance in obtaining further education
  • Student’s term GPA must be at least 2.10
  • Student’s cumulative GPA if he/she is a:
    • Freshman or Sophomore: 2.35
    • Junior or Senior: 2.50
    • Technical students: 2.50
    • Vocational Students: compliance with vocational program criteria
  • Student must be enrolled in at least 12 credits per term

Application Deadline: April 1



  • The AOL Scholarship Application Form
  • High School Transcript
  • SAT or ACT scores
  • Verification of acceptance from college or university
  • An original essay, not to exceed three pages, covering the essay topic: “What challenges do you see in the field of logging and what are your views on meeting the challenges?”
  • Student must be pursuing a career in a Forestry related field.

Application deadline: April 1



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  • Applicants must include: Full name, date of birth, home address, email address, contact phone numbers, current school attended and (intended) course of study.

Submission Deadline: March 15th

For more information on applying, please visit their site