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Oregon Chafee Education and Training Grant

$2,500

March 01, 2020

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Department of Human Services (DHS) Independent Living Program (ILP) has received Chafee Education and Training Voucher (ETV) funding to help current or former foster care youth with post-secondary education and training. Each applicant must be currently in foster care, must have been in foster care for at least 180 days (6 months) after their 14th birthday and left substitute care at age 16 or older. First-time applicants must be under the age of 21. Youth may then continue to apply/receive funds until they turn 23 years old as long as they are enrolled in a post-secondary education or training program and making satisfactory progress toward completion of that program. Deadlines vary - please see the scholarship provider's website for more information or to apply.

  • Contact
  • Sandy Raschko
  • 500 Summer Street NE, E76
  • Salem, OR 97301
  • Sandra.Raschko@dhsoha.state.or.us
  • 503-945-6612

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