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Scholarship Applications Are Open! 💸


NCSD Students can get 2021 scholarships for college and trade school from NCEF! Applications are open until April 30.

Do you know a North Clackamas Schools senior who is college-ready and needs some financial support? Tell them about NCEF's scholarships, which are now open!


Students at Adrienne Nelson High School, Rex Putnam High School, New Urban High School, Sabin-Schellenberg, Clackamas High School, Clackamas Middle College, Milwaukie High School, and other NCSD high schools are welcome to apply. 🎓 To make the scholarship application process easier than ever before, we've migrated our Counselor Recommendation Form and applications to Google Forms, so you can fill them out completely online. Supplementary materials can be emailed to ncefscholarships@gmail.com.


(Of course, if downloading and printing out your application is the better option for you, that's still available too!)


NCEF has some amazing scholarships open, including:


—Multiple Bridges to Success Scholarships, need-based scholarships which are awarded to graduating seniors with a 2.5 or higher GPA who want to attend community colleges, 4-year colleges and univerisities, or career school


—The Joe Krumm Memorial Scholarship, which is intended to reduce financial barriers for students identified as having specific learning and/or communication needs who also may be participants in NCSD music programs and are members of under-represented groups


—The Judith Hill STEM Scholarship, which is for female Milwaukie High School students who want to pursue careers in chemistry or the sciences


—The Chartwells Culinary Scholarship, which is designed to decrease financial burdens for NCSD seniors who are participants in the Sabin-Schellenberg Culinary program and will be seeking a certification in a Culinary Arts, Nutrition Services, Food Science, or a similar program


—And more! Last year, we awarded more than $80,000 to the Class of 2020, and we're ready to do the same for the Class of 2021.


If you have any questions or concerns, please email ncfoundation@nclack.k12.or.us or call (503) 353-6053.