Managing My Aid
Oregon Scholarship Programs
Associated Oregon Loggers, Inc.
AOL offers scholarships for high school seniors and current college students seeking a degree from a four year college of forestry accredited by the Society of American Foresters.
Bernard Daly Educational Fund
Awarded to students in Lake County, Oregon, for study at Oregon state-supported universities, colleges, and technical schools.
Ford Family Foundation
We look for applicants of all ages with unique attributes who may not have had the encouragement, the opportunity or the financial means to attend or to complete their higher education. These candidates demonstrate an understanding of the value of work, taking responsibility, giving back and helping others.
Hispanic Metropolitan Chamber
Since 1996, the Hispanic Chamber has awarded over $2 million in individually and corporate sponsored scholarships, to 794 Latino students throughout Oregon and SW Washington.
Most scholarships are awarded to students living in Legacy’s service area who are entering college and plan a career in health care, and some include invaluable on-the-job experience during the summer months.
Maps Credit Union
Maps has awarded more than $110,000 in college scholarships to deserving students in the mid-Willamette Valley since it started awarding them in 2005.
Mercer Family Foundation
The Mercer Family Foundation is investing in students — offering college scholarships to exceptional college juniors and seniors who have chosen math and/or physics as a career path.
Miss Marion-Polk County Scholarship Program
Providing eligible young women or Marion and Polk counties scholarships to further their personal and professional goals, while promoting health, creative expression, global awareness and community service.
Oregon Office of Student Access and Completion (OSAC)
OSAC awards more than $18 million in scholarships annually. Awards range from $1,000 to $10,000 or more. You don’t need to be a merit scholar or a student with financial need to apply. OSAC administers more than 500 scholarship programs, and you may qualify, but you won’t know unless you apply!
Oregon PTA Teacher Education
The Oregon PTA Teacher Education Scholarship is for Oregon residents who are studying for a teaching degree at an Oregon public college or university. The scholarship is a onetime award of $500 and is not renewable. Scholarship recipients may, however, re-apply in subsequent years.
Ousley Educational Fund
Income from the fund is used to provide scholarships for graduates of Klamath and Lake County high schools attending any college or university in the United States. In the five years of scholarship awards, more than $ 1.5 million has been given to Klamath County college students.
The Pentacle Theatre’s Education Committee is pleased to announce that applications are being accepted for the Bill and Phyllis Cross Pentacle Theatre Scholarships for pursuit of higher education and the arts.
Portland CMFA Scholarship
The Portland Chapter of CFMA awards scholarships to students with accounting, finance, or construction management majors.
Each year, area students receive academic scholarships to further their education in medically related fields of study. Scholarships are granted by the Salem Health Volunteers Projects Committee, the Salem Health Foundation and the Salem Health West Valley Foundation. Each program has its own qualifications. Applicants may be granted scholarships from either or both programs.
Sister Adele Scholarship
Established in 2005, in honor of Sister Adele, the scholarship provides supplementary assistance to qualified individuals of farmworker households interested in beginning or continuing their post-secondary education.