Woodring Scholarships For Human Services Students
The scholarship application period is now open for 2013-2014 academic year awards. The deadline is April 1.
One Stone at a Time Human Services Scholarship
Applicants must be a Woodring College Human Services major; preference is given to a non-traditional aged student (25) years or older); preference given to a student with financial need. Please submit a short statement of financial need.
Delta Kappa Gamma Scholarship
Open to any woman enrolled in a program at Woodring College of Education with financial need. Please submit a financial need statement. Post-Bac students are eligible.
Morgan Livingston Human Services Scholarship
Applicants must be completing a Human Services program at the Everett site.
Jerry House Human Services Scholarship
- Applicants must be students admitted to the Woodring College of Education Human Services Program at time of application.
- A statement of financial need is required.
- Applicants must have demonstrated academic performance in the Human Services major.
- Consideration also may be given to previous academic performance in courses taken outside of the Human Services major.
- Required list of human services related internships (including agency/organization, position, type of work, and timeframe)
- Required essay of approximately 500 words describing your educational and human services career goals and how they honor the community spirit of Jerry House, for whom this award is named. (Click on link below for more information on Jerry House)
Mary Barnes & Violet Malone Black American Woman Scholarship
Applicants must be an African American female student enrolled in any Woodring program.
Preference is given to students who have been out of school for
at least three years at some point in their academic career and
are at least 25 years of age. Post-Bac students are
Post-Bac students are eligible.
Settlemyer Family Scholarship
Available to any student enrolled in any program in Woodring College of Education. No other criteria.
Woodring College of Education Alumni Association Leader Scholarships
Open to anyone enrolled in a Woodring program who demonstrates community-based leadership skills. Recipients are recognized for excellence in academic performance and demonstrated initiative and contributions in the area of community or public service at the local, state, national, or international level. Follow the required Woodring scholarship application process, except: required essay - submit instead a 500-word essay describing contributions and future goals in the area of community or public service and recommendations: submit one from a university representative and one from a community representative. Post-Bac students are eligible.
Woodring Diversity Committee Scholarship
- Applicants must be students admitted to one of the Woodring’s programs (on or off-campus)
- Applicants must document current and past activities that demonstrate commitment to working against systemic social injustice based on ethnicity, race, gender, age, disAbility, sexual orientation, language, socio-economic status, national origin, or religion. Examples include, but are not limited to: membership in a group, participating in events or conferences, class presentations, mentoring, volunteer work or work experience.
- Required essay (see link below for description).
- Applicants must provide letters from two individuals (teachers, college faculty, community leaders, or other mentors) that document the work done by the applicant and discuss the impact this work has had on others. (Can be same as required recommendations)
- A statement of financial need is required.
- Consideration also may be given to previous academic performance
National Organization for Human Services
For more information visit their Web site.
Students in Service
The Students in Service program offers each student member the opportunity to choose one of three terms of service (essentially, the number of hours s/he agrees to serve). Upon successful completion of a term of service, members are eligible to receive an Education Award (scholarship), which can be applied towards outstanding student loans or the cost of attendance at a college or university.
Bob Drewel Human Services Scholarship
The Bob Drewel Human Services Scholarship is awarded each year to an individual or individuals who have dedicated themselves to the service of others. The scholarship supports the personal and professional development of human service workers and/or volunteers in Snohomish County.
Request application and information: http://hscouncil.org/BobDrewelHumanServicesScholarship.aspx
Please check with WWU's scholarship and financial aid offices for other options.