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Kitsap Community Foundation's Available Scholarships

While the application period for most of our scholarships is closed, we are still accepting applications for:

Nicole (Lyle) Tranilla Memorial Scholarship (April 15)

Danford and Frances Moore Scholarship Fund (April 15)


Our application cycle typically runs January 1-February 15.


A summary of the scholarships offered are listed below; for a more detailed description please click on the link provided below. Requests for applications can be made by registering at TheWashBoard.org. Washboard.org connects Washington State students with relevant scholarships in one stop. Link here to their website www.theWashBoard.org.

The Alan and Ellen Newberg Scholarships are need-based scholarships focusing on arts, science, medicine, information science, and the trades. Eligible students must be attending or have graduated from Kitsap County High Schools and be accepted to an accredited college, university, or trade or vocational school. Previous recipients of this scholarship may reapply for subsequent years of study. For More Information

The Charles and Dorothy Martell Family Music Scholarship is given from a Fund established by the Martell children. The scholarship will go to a Kitsap County graduating high school student and may support payment for tuition or costs of educational supplies. Strong consideration will be given to participants of the Bremerton Youth Symphony, students wishing to continue music or music education. Demonstrated strengths in musical interest and ability, personal character, and citizenship are required. For more information

The Danford and Frances Moore Scholarship is provided by a Moore family Fund. The scholarship will go to either a South Kitsap High School graduating high school senior, or Olympic College student working toward a 4-year degree in Mechanical Engineering. The Scholarship may support payment for tuition. Applicants with an interest in music also preferred.  Previous recipients of this scholarship may reapply for subsequent years of study. Applications accepted until April 15, 2017. For more information

The Fred and Marvel Hill Scholarship was established by the Hills and continues to be supported by their children. An applicant must be a graduating senior from the North Kitsap School District, and accepted by an accredited college, university, or trade or vocational school. For more information

Kitsap Children's Musical Theatre (KCMT) Scholarships are merit-based scholarships awarded to one or more qualified applicants, in memory of Michael Riedel for his dedication and contributions to KCMT. Consideration will be given to the applicant's strengths in one or more of the following areas: KCMT participation, KCMT leadership, community service and leadership, other performing arts activities, other outside activities, and academics. Applicant must be a high school senior graduating no later than June 30, 2017. For more information

The Marie A. Barker Teaching Scholarship is given from a Fund established by family, friends, and former pupils of Marie A. Barker. The Barker Family would like the recipient to achieve the important goal of a college degree leading to a career in teaching. The scholarship will be granted on the basis of merit and need to a student who has been accepted into the Western Washington University Woodring School of Education program. Specific requirements are available by contacting Western Washington University Woodring School of Education.  For more information

Nicole (Lyle) Tranilla Memorial Scholarship is a need-based scholarship for a Central Kitsap female graduating senior pursuing a degree in electronics, electrical engineering, computer science, or a related field. Eligible students must be attending or have graduated from Central Kitsap High School and be accepted to an accredited college, university, or trade or vocational school. Applications accepted until March 1, 2017. For more Information

The Nova Group Scholarship is given from a Fund established by the Nova Group employees, friends, and vendors to support Kitsap County high school students interested in pursuing a career in engineering (civil, electrical, mechanical, structural) or construction management. The scholarships will be granted on the basis of merit and need.  For more information

 

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Whether you're looking for a scholarship or looking to provide one, theWashBoard.org connects students with relevant scholarships in one stop - saving everyone time and making sure scholarships don't go unused. Click the above logo to link to theWashBoard.org site.
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