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Career Center- Scholarship Information

Scholarship Fair at Wa-Hi! Save-the-Date January 9, 2018. 2-5 p.m. Wa-Hi Commons.
  • ALERT!!! Elks Most Valuable Student Scholarship deadline is approaching - November 27, 2017. This is earlier than in recent years and is earlier than the deadline shown in Wa-Hi's Career Center Scholarship Listing.

Wa-Hi's Career Center Scholarship Listing is at, Guidance Tab, Career Center, scroll down. Scholarship Applications are starting to open up for 2018-2019.

  • ESA Scholarship applications open now for seniors.
  • Study Abroad Scholarships exist for high school students. Germany program through ASSE does not require any prior knowledge of German to apply. AFS programs around the world include scholarships for selected language studies.
Information in the Career Center.
  • FIRE - Free Speech Essay Contest. Open to Juniors and Seniors. Write an essay on a provided topic. First prize is $10,000, second prize $5,000 and third prize $1,000. Four $500 prizes will be chosen from the remaining entrants in a drawing. Deadline for entries is December 31, 2017.

Scholarship Reminders!
Seniors - Make sure you are applying for Scholarships!
Read the list!! Take the time to do this!!

Updated Scholarship Listings (PDF)  available in the Career Center or view here.

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