Our mission is to provide college scholarships to qualified high school seniors in King County. We offer six scholarships, ranging from $1,500 to $3,500.
There are six scholarships ranging from $1,500 to $3,500 to high school seniors in King County that plan on attending a college or university.
Our fund was started by generous donors from the Swedish Community and is now funded by anyone wishing to make a contribution to further our cause.
Attention student artists! Sister Cities International has an exciting opportunity for youth to enter to win $1,000 when you submit artwork, photography, short film, poetry, and essays around the theme "We're Going Places" for the Young Artists and Authors Showcase. Learn more at http://sistercities.org/yaas.
The Seattle Swedish Community Scholarships announces the following award winners for the 2016 scholarship competition:
Bert Hagg Award #1 ($3,500)
Michelle Boyer, Todd Beamer High School
Bert Hagg Award #2 ($3,500)
Grace Sales, Enumclaw High School
Erik Strand Award #1 ($3,500)
Andrew Iverson, Kentridge High School
Erik Strand Award #2 ($3,500)
Carlyn Schmidgall, Liberty High School
Fern and Sven Halgren Award ($3,500)
Richard Nguyen, Hazen High School
Josef Oscarsson Award ($1,500)
Emily Nunn, Juanita High School
[03/10/14] Did you know that since its inception in 1968, SSCS has awarded 199 scholarships totaling over $388,000? Recipients attended our excellent Washington universities and many institutions across the USA, including MIT, Harvard, Cornell, Yale, Johns Hopkins, Stanford, Reed and UCLA.
[03/06/14] Our new Website www.sscscholarships.org is currently under development. We will let you know when it's up and running.
Turning Passion into Achievement.
PCNW facilitates creation, conversation, and experiences of significant photography
BRI is an international leader in immune system and autoimmune disease research with a focus on translating laboratory discoveries to real life applications.
Located in Ballard, Adams Elementary School is a diverse public K-5 school best known for its award-winning arts-integration program. The Adams Elementary PTA is a nonprofit, membership association.
We envision a day when all people have the same opportunities to grow, contribute to our society and enjoy a fulfilling life.
Jazz Night School offers ensembles and instruction for aspiring jazz musicians—instrumentalists and vocalists—of all ages.
We are the Greenwood Stars, and we always aim high!
Welcome to the UW Medicine Alumni Association’s page. We’re here to connect our alumni, to support students and trainees at the UW School of Medicine, and to help alumni serve as the School’s advocates where they live and work.
ReWA is a non-profit, multi-ethnic organization dedicated to providing comprehensive services to refugee and immigrant communities throughout King County
The Center for Wooden Boats preserves and celebrates the Northwest's maritime heritage through a variety of hands-on activities and classes.
Support stone sculpture and become a member! visit us at: http://www.nwssa.org