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Nellie Martin Carman Scholarship Fund

Applicants for the Nellie Martin Carman Scholarships must:

- Be a graduating senior from a public high school in the county of King, Pierce or Snohomish in the state of Washington in the year of appointment
- Be a United States citizen
- Plan to attend a college in the state of Washington on a full-time basis

Application forms are only available through the high schools in the counties mentioned above and candidates for the scholarship are nominated by their school each year. These high schools receive the application forms and guidelines each year by January 10 and have a deadline of March 1st to mail in their candidates' completed applications.

Music, sculpture, drawing, interior decorating or domestic science are not accepted as major subject courses. (Regulations of this Trust were set up by Mrs. Carman in 1949.)

Maximum amount of award is $2,000, renewable for four years of college in the State of Washington. Approximately 30 awards are made each year depending on funds available for new awards and renewal awards.

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