This program is for students who live in Pierce County, Washington. To qualify, applicants must graduate from high school or receive their GED no later than August 2015 or be enrolled as an undergraduate student at an accredited college or university. Applicants must identify as members of a racial/ethnic minority group (e.g., African American, Asian, Hispanic, Native American, or Pacific Islander), have a desire to attend college or post-high school training, have a cumulative 2.0 GPA, and demonstrate financial need (e.g., eligible for free or reduced price lunch, have an Expected Family Contribution less than $4,800 according to the fafsa4caster/FAFSA, or submit an explanation of why you believe you have significant financial need in the event that your family income exceeds this amounts). Selected students are required to participate in a series of workshops to prepare them for their transition to college.
How easy is it to apply?
Not too bad
This scholarship's application process may have items such as essays that could take a couple hours.
How much competition is there?
This scholarship has a relatively low number of applicants.