Washington Policy Center's Charter School Graduate Scholarship
Thanks to the support of Washington Policy Center members, our Charter School Graduate Scholarship Program launched in 2018 and has awarded $10,000 to graduating seniors attending a college or trade school! In order to sustain this scholarship, we hope you will consider making a donation!
The purpose of our scholarship program is to empower graduating seniors in their endevaors to continue education. Additionaly, this is an opportunity for WPC to highlight students' powerful stories and showcase the incredible work of these new charter schools. Scholarship winners will be announced this spring and will also be featured at our Annual Dinner.
More on the scholarship: Washington Policy Center Young Professionals would like to acknowledge the hard working students at Summit Sierra with two $2500 Scholarships to graduating seniors. WPC Young Professionals exists to educate, engage, and empower the next generation of policy, business and community leaders! We believe access to quality education is key to empowering students and providing equal opportunity. To honor the work of Summit Sierra’s success as a public charter school and their first graduating class, we would like to extend our first-ever high school scholarship! Recipients can use the scholarship to pay for tuition at their college/university/trade school.
Requirements: Applicants must be graduating seniors and attending a college, university, or trade school in the Fall. Applicants should display positive character traits and an eagerness to continue their education. Applicants are required to submit their resume, one letter of reference, and an essay describing how they would benefit from the scholarship, how they display positive qualities as a student, will be asked to provide an example of an economic or public policy issue hat interests them and why.
Applications should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, WPC Young Professionals Director, Miranda Hawkins. Finalists will be contacted for an in-person interview with the WPC YP selection committee.