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2024 Cow Creek Ag Scholarship

Scholarship Amount:

Two recipients per County - $7,500 to 4-H & FFA

Application Deadline:

April 15, 2024

Eligibility Requirements:

Seniors in high school and residents of Douglas, Jackson, and Josephine Counties, exhibiting a livestock animal (cattle, hogs, sheep, goats, rabbits, poultry) in 4-H or FFA at their respective 2024 county fairs.

Application Requirements:

1- Resume

1 - Letter of Recommendation

1 - 500 word essay. Topic: Does agriculture create an economic impact in smaller communities?

The resume, letter of recommendation, and the essay will need to be submitted in PDF format. A Google account is required to complete the application.

Limit one application per person.

American Indian College Fund

The American Indian College Fund provides scholarships to American Indian and Alaska Native college students seeking undergraduate and graduate degrees at tribal colleges, nonprofit, and accredited schools.

Scholarship Amount


Student Status

Students must be enrolled as a full-time student.

Grade Point Average

Must have a 2.0 or higher cumulative GPA.

Tribal Citizenship

Any Native American U.S. citizen that is a member or descendant of a state or federally recognized tribe. Proof of Tribal enrollment (CIB) or your parent/grandparent's enrollment along with your birth certificate will be required.

Application Deadline

Committee accepts applications annually from January 1 - May 31.

Howard Vollum American Indian Scholarship

Scholarship Purpose:

To assist American Indian students planning to enroll full-time in an undergraduate or graduate course of study in STEM.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Must provide a certification of tribal enrollment or descendants of enrolled members.
  • Must be a resident of Clackamas, Mutlnomah, or Washington counties in Oregon, or of Clark County, Washington.
  • Open to students planning to major or majoring in science, computer science, engineering, or mathematics.
  • Enrolled or planning to enroll full-time.
  • Attending or planning to attend any public or private nonprofit college or university in the United States.
  • Financial need is required- must first complete the FAFSA or ORSAA.

Award Size

Renewal Possible up to 4-years, students must reapply each year.

Applications are accepted November 1 - April 15 for the upcoming academic year.

For more information, please contact Megan McElroy, Program Officer, Scholarships, at (503) 227-6846 or mmcelroy@oregoncf.org.

Indigenous First Steps (IFS) Project Scholarship at PSU


·        Fully online

·        Undergraduate or Graduate Credit Offered

·        Able to login 3-4 times a week to access course materials and complete assignments

·        4-credits a term (two classes)

·        Approximately 10 hours a week

·        Connected to Oregon Registry

Scholarship Includes

·        12-credit Early Childhood Education focused on Indigenous Knowledges

·        $300 Stipend per month for books, technology, caregiving, or other supports to attend online learning

·        Mentoring

·        Individualized support in navigating and registering at PSU

·        Career Pathways support

Johns Hopkins Center for Indigenous Health
Northwest Indian Housing Association - Youth Scholarship Program

Application may be found by clicking the link below.

All applications and supporting documents must be submitted by email to info@nwiha.org on or before 5:00 PM PST, April 30, 2024. Please advise your tribal applicants to be very careful in completing the requirements exactly as prescribed, and don’t wait until the last minute to submit!

All applicants, selected or not, will be notified of the NWIHA Executive Committee decisions. Successful applicants will be recognized at the Banquet Dinner to be held Tuesday evening, May 7, 2024.

Complete instructions are contained in the Application Form. Any questions can be addressed to the NWIHA at info@nwiha.org, or by calling (360) 220-9212.


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