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Pride Foundation Scholarships

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March 13, 2021

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Pride Foundation offers scholarships to support LGBTQ+ and allied students living in the Northwest. Students must either be residents of Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, or Washington (but may study anywhere) or be attending school in one of those five states. Applicants must also be pursuing a post-secondary education of any kind. Current college students and those individuals planning to enroll in a program next year are eligible as are current high school seniors. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 1122 E. Pike Street
  • PMB #1001
  • Seattle, WA 98122-3916
  • scholarships@pridefoundation.org
  • 206-323-3318 x110

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Caitlin M  on 3/4/2020 10:48:18 PM

I love that this is an option for a scholarship.

Thompson  on 3/2/2020 12:17:07 AM

Never knew a scholarship like this exist.

Jeremiah K  on 1/1/2020 3:44:02 PM

im in pa am i eligible

Madison M  on 12/29/2019 12:15:38 PM

This seems like a great opportunity for the LGBT community!

Jenna S  on 12/17/2019 11:00:37 AM

its only for people in a select few northern states.

Rebecca P  on 10/19/2019 1:58:03 AM

Is it required that you are a high school senior, or may you be a high school graduate to be eligible to apply?

Daniel M  on 10/16/2019 4:02:30 PM

If im in alaska can i still apply for one?

Terri D  on 5/22/2019 12:33:28 PM

Will be relocating to Alaska soon 9/9/2019, will I still be able to be qualified for this scholarship?

Christian T  on 1/15/2018 8:56:38 PM

Is the scholarship still open?

Adriana D  on 1/30/2011 10:34:02 PM

I am giving it a "Gooooo".. This is my first day on the site.. So far, so good. I'm crossing my fingers for everyone. Best wishes to those who want to make it far. Success is where we are headed. =)

Hannah M  on 12/15/2009 9:50:29 AM

It's nice to find a scholarship with such a high amount for LGBTQ students!! What you are doing will make such a difference, thank you!!

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