Bothell high school seniors invited to apply for scholarship

  • Wednesday, December 21, 2016 12:10pm
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The City of Bothell is now accepting applications for the AWC Center for Quality Communities Scholarship fund. The scholarship is available through a statewide competitive process for students who are actively engaged in their city government and/or community and plan to attend post-secondary school in fall 2017.

To be eligible, a student must be graduating from high school, home school or receiving a GED in spring/summer 2017; live in the city limits of Bothell; plan to continue their education at an accredited post-secondary institution in the 2017-2018 academic year on a half-time or more basis; and been involved with a city government or with a community/school leadership activity.

The City of Bothell is nominating one local candidate to compete for the AWC Center of Quality Communities Scholarship. The $1,000 scholarship is awarded to six Washington state students.

Complete applications must be submitted to Barbara Ramey at Bothell City Hall by 5 p.m. Feb. 27. Applications also can be emailed to her at barbara.ramey@bothellwa.gov.

For more information, including application materials, visit www.bothellwa.gov/975/Education-Scholarships.

This is taken from a City of Bothell news release.

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