1 New Scholarship - Dr.
I am happy to announce that the McCloud Healthcare Clinic is once again
offering a $1,000 scholarship in memory of its founding physician, Dr.
Robert Adams. Graduating seniors who plan to pursue a career in a
healthcare field are encouraged
to apply. The deadline is Friday April 26th, 2019 for
postmark or drop off at one of our Clinic sites. I’ve attached the
application packet with instructions. Applications and instructions will
soon also be able to be obtained at our clinic website
The Siskiyou Charter of ACSA
- The applicant must:
1.Be a graduating high school senior in the year in which the scholarship is awarded.
2.Have a 3.0 minimum cumulative grade point average (unweighted).
CRITERIA FOR SELECTION:
1.Grade point average in courses completed.
2.In-school and outside-of-school participation in leadership and activities.
3.Plans for college and/or future career training.
1.The complete application shall consist of the following:
A. An essay not to exceed 300 words dealing with the importance of having advanced education/training and how it pertains to you.
B. An application form filled out by the applicant.
C. A copy of the applicant’s transcripts.
2.By Friday, April 26, 2019, a completed application packet must be either:A.emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org ORB.postmarked and sent to:
Siskiyou County Office of Education
609 South Gold Street
Yreka, California 96097
The Zach Swan Memorial Scholarship
The Zach Swan Memorial Scholarship is open to all graduating seniors from
Dunsmuir High School with plans to attend a four-year university, junior
college or trade school. This scholarship is made possible through generous
donations from members of the Dunsmuir Community and former DHS
Alumni. Zach was a tremendous young man who was a DHS graduate, fellow
teacher/coach and genuinely a person of tremendous character. The
recipient of this scholarship should exemplify some of these same character
traits and drive to succeed in their future endeavors.
Must be a graduating senior from the Dunsmuir High School class of
Must have a minimum overall grade point average of 2.5 or higher
verified by the school counselor or principal
Plans to attend a four-year university, junior college or trade school
A one-two page, handwritten letter that discusses your plans for the
future, course of study and addresses the following; “Zach was forced
to face and overcome many obstacles in his life. Please explain how
you have overcome a challenge in your life and how it has shaped your
plans for the future"
Signatures from two Dunsmuir High School teachers who would be
willing to discuss your academic abilities and citizenship qualities with
the scholarship committee
3 Letters of Recommendation
Completed application must be post marked by April 12, 2019
Awards: Minimum of $500.00:
Please return the completed application to Mr. Kellar or Ms. Templeton, at
Dunsmuir High School.
Late applications will not be considered
If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Kellar (530) 235-4835
See Ms Templeton for a form and information
Siskiyou County Cattlewomen
Due Date prior to April 1, 2019
Two $1000.00 Scholarships
1 for a student entering an agriculture-related program in college
1 is for any student entering college regardless of their major.
Pick up the application in Ms. Templeton’s office
Siskiyou Bowman Ryan D Campbell Memorial Scholarship Application
Due Date----I have an email out to this scholarship because they left off the due date.
1 $500 scholarship
Open to students who are pursuing a career in the community /civil services industry. Like teaching, nursing, counseling, youth programs, and others.
Italian Catholic Federation
Due date prior to March 15, 2019
Go to their web site www,icf,org to download an application.
Pick up information about the requirements to qualify to submit an application in Ms. Templeton’s office.
COS Foundation Scholarship
Due date March 15, 2019- Return to COS Foundation Office on the Weed Campus
Pick up Applications at COS Foundation Office, at the Weed Campus.
Or online at - http:// www.siskiyours.edu/foundation/scholarships.htm
Dignity Health -Mercy Medical Center- Mt. Shasta
Two (2) scholarships in the amount of $1000 each from Mercy Medical Center Mt. Shasta
Two (2) scholarships in the amount of $1000 each from Mercy Mt. Shasta Auxiliary.
Due date March 29, 2019, by 3:00 pm
In the Office of Mercy Medical Center of Mr. Shasta 914 Pine St. Mr. Shasta CA 96067
An electronically submitted application will not be accepted.
Shasta Lily Quilt Guild
Due date prior to March 31, 2019
1 scholarship $1000
Pursuing careers in the following artistic fields, quilting, fabric design, fabic or fiber arts, graphic design, fine arts or applied arts.
Two letters of reference
Portifolio of Artistic Expresssion
Due date April 12, 2019
Start working on it now.
Pick up an application in Ms. Templeton’s office or on the DHS website. 2019-2020
Shasta Head Start
Due date April 12, 2019
Must be an Alumnus of a Head Start program
The application is available online at
You may also pick up the application in Ms. Templeton’s office
Scholarship Award $3000
Due Date December 31, 2019
Applicant must be 18
500-800 word essay that addresses both prompts
Go to Zip Recruiter click on Scholarship page to see prompts.
You must finish your FAFSA before March 2, to be eligible for the Siskiyou Promise. You also must graduate from High School. If you need help with anything let Ms.Templeton know.
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