must meet all of the following Requirements:
employee, child, legal ward, or spouse of an employee
who is a member in good standing with the Spokane Regional
Plan Center on the date of submission of application,
to register or be currently attending an accredited college,
university, community college, or post-secondary vocational
submit their scholarship application in the format supplied
(NO handwritten applications), employment verification
form, and high school and post-secondary transcripts by
the submission deadline (March 14, 2014), AND
of recommendation (optional).
Participation in the scholarship program is based on an
annual application and approval process.
Immediate family of Spokane Regional Plan Center employees
and Scholarship Committee Members are not eligible.
Regional Plan Center will award one $3,000.00 (minimum)
scholarship, two $1,500.00 scholarships, two $750.00 scholarships,
and additional $500.00 scholarships will be awarded based
on budget and merit. The scholarship(s) will be made available
to the recipient(s) and educational facility by July 31,
after receipt of school information.
Please return the application materials to:
Spokane Regional Plan Center
209 N Havana
Spokane, WA 99202
P.O. Box 2968
Spokane, WA 99220
The application must include
all of the following: completed application form, employment
verification form, optional letters of recommendation,
all post-secondary transcripts (include high school if
less than one year of college) unofficial accepted, quarterly
grade sheets not accepted. Please include these items
when you submit your scholarship application. If they
are not included in your submission, your application
will not be complete and therefore, will not be considered.
must be received by March 14, 2014; for screening
and processing. Each application
will be reviewed by the Spokane Regional Plan Center
may be interviewed by the association's Committee.
It is important you
be as specific as possible. Please describe all student
body and community activities, volunteer participation,
and all work experiences--paid or unpaid. Working
as a volunteer is just as valuable as working for
pay, so make sure you tell us of your role(s) in each
activity. For example, listing DECA as an activity
does not mean as much as describing your participation
in DECA. Lastly, it is important that you state the
dates of your employment in each job and level of
note, late applications will not be considered and
incomplete applications may lead to disqualification.