BECU scholarships open

High school seniors and college students can apply for a $2,500 scholarship.

  • Tuesday, January 19, 2021 9:02am
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Local students can now apply to the Boeing Employee Credit Union for a $2,500 scholarship.

In order to apply, students must be a full-time high school senior or an undergraduate enrolled in a two-year, four-year, or technical college or university.

The scholarships are renewable for two years for a total of $5,000; a minimum of 25 scholarships will be awarded this year.

The deadline for applying is Feb. 26. For more information or to access the online application form, head to www.becu.org/members-matter/community-involvement/scholarships.

Additionally, students who are pursuing a degree in healthcare, STEM, or trade fields may also be eligible for the Washington State Opportunity Scholarship.

For more information about the WSOS, head to www.waopportunityscholarship.org/students/applicants.


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