Oregon Collectors Association Hasson-Newman Memorial Scholarship Fund
The Oregon Collectors Association Bob Hasson Memorial Scholarship Fund is awarded to Oregon High School seniors for their use as full-time students at any Oregon accredited public, private college, university or trade school. Scholarship recipients must start attendance within 12 months of the award and show proof of enrollment for a minimum of 12 credit hours.
Essay subject is to be 1,000 to 1,500 words on the subject "Credit In The 21st Century." Entries must be legible and able to be read in three to five minutes. Each entry must include the applicant’s full name, address, telephone numbers, full name of his/her parents; and the name and phone number of his/her high school for notification purposes only).
All entries must be either emailed or postmarked by March 1st and sent to the following address:
ORCA SCHOLARSHIP FUND
3012 NE 111th Circle
Vancouver, WA 98686
Entries are the property of the Oregon Collectors Association Bob Hasson Memorial Scholarship Fund and may be printed and published in full or in part at the discretion of the Fund.
The finalists will be selected by the Directors of the Scholarship Fund and notified of their selection. All three finalists and their immediate families will be provided with a double-occupancy room during the weekend of the Oregon Collectors Association Spring Convention, usually held the last part of April on the Oregon coast. Finalists must read their essays to those attending the convention to win.
Children or grandchildren of owners or officers of collection agencies in the State of Oregonn are not eligible.
If you have questions, please see your Career Counselor or call Doug Jones 1-503-201-0858.
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