Available to students attending Clark College or any Washington State University campus to pursue a degree in Mechanical Engineering.
Available to current college students who are children of members of First United Methodist Church in Vancouver, WA or are lineal descendants of life members of Mt. Hood Masonic Lodge #32. Please contact the Vancouver First United Methodist Church at 360-693-5881 for information regarding their application. Applicants must be lineal descendants of a lifetime member of Mt. Hood Masonic Lodge #32.
Available to Christian young adults from southwest Washington and the Portland, Oregon metro area.
Available to club members who are graduating high school seniors. Previous recipients may apply for additional awards.
Available to students served by the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southwest Washington or past recipients of the scholarship affiliated to Columbia Vista Corporation. Students must be currently enrolled or plan to enroll at a private elementary or middle school, private or public high school or an accredited public or private college, university, career or technical school, in the United States.
Available to graduates of Columbia River High School or Vancouver School of Arts and Academics.
Available to students who have completed any Fire Cadet program in Clark, Cowlitz, or Skamania County.
Available to to graduating seniors planning to pursue a degree in music.
Available to renewal applicants only. Recipients must plan to attend a private, four-year college or university with an undergraduate population in the range of 1,500 – 4,000 students.
Available to “I Have A Dream” Southwest Washington participants and their children, or an individual that currently or has previously been in formal, informal or spontaneous foster care in Clark County, Washington. Applicants may be graduating high school seniors, current college students or planning to attend college.
Available to students that graduated from a high school in one of the four county areas: Clark County WA, Clackamas County OR, Washington County OR, or Multnomah County, OR; or children and grandchildren (first-generation) of employees of Instrument Sales & Services, Inc. Preference given to students planning to attend a vocational or technical college, apprenticeship program, or if they will pursue a course of study leading to a career in business.
Available to residents of Clark County, WA who are currently pursuing post-secondary education or plan to pursue it during the upcoming academic year. Recipients must be employed a minimum of 10 hours per week.
Available to residents of southwest Washington seeking vocational/technical education, Columbia Cascade Company employee or their dependents, graduates of the Inpatient or Outpatient Programs at Daybreak Youth Services, or graduates of the Open House Ministries Family Shelter both residents and their children.
Available to graduating high school seniors from the Vancouver School of Arts and Academics who choose to pursue an education in the arts. Previous recipients may apply for additional awards.
Available to graduating seniors from Camas High School. Previous recipients may apply for additional awards.
Available to employees and children of employees of The Columbian who are pursuing a post-secondary education.
Available to graduates of either the Quillayute Valley School District or the Cape Flattery School District in Washington state.
Available to students who lost a parent that served in the U.S. Armed Forces from 2001 to present, and either the student or the deceased parent once lived in Clark, Cowlitz or Skamania Counties.
Available to students with disabilities and individuals who have worked with students with disabilities.
Available to current and past members of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southwest Washington (Clark County) and/ or foster children who have participated in Clark County Family YWCA’s Independent Living Skills program.
Available to members or dependent children of members of “The People of Praise.”
Available to residents of Clark County, WA who are pursuing a degree in engineering.
Available to graduating seniors and graduates from Camas High School. Preference given to students pursuing careers in industrial arts, manufacturing or related technical service.
Available to students currently attending a high school in the Vancouver or La Center school districts, Clark College, or Washington State University Vancouver.
Available to Washington state residents with an association to the YWCA of Clark County, who are a survivor of domestic violence and identify as a woman returning to the workforce.