Columbia Gorge Community College Scholarships
Early Childhood Education (ECE) Student Scholarships - To be eligible students must:
2. Work in a licensed or exempt child care facility or preschool, and
3. Be currently providing care or temporarily closed due to COVID-19
- ECE 130A: Practicum Orientation (2 credits)
- ECE 121: Guidance & Classroom Management (3 credits)
- ECE 122: Environments & Curriculum in Early Childhood Ed (4 credits)
- ECE 223: Supporting Dual Language Learners (3 credits)
- ECE 234: Inclusion of Children with Special Needs (3 credits)
- CAS 103W: Introduction to Computers using Windows (1 credit)
Columbia Gorge Community College Foundation - The Application window is now CLOSED. The Foundation is pleased to offer CGCC student scholarships that cover tuition, books, and/or fees. Full-year scholarship awards are $2,500 (disbursed between fall, winter, and spring terms), and winter/spring term scholarship awards are $1,700 (disbursed between winter and spring terms). CGCC Foundation's mission is to support the community by promoting educational access and development for CGCC students. The CGCC Foundation board thanks its generous donors who make these scholarship awards possible.
Please contact the CGCC Financial Aid Office if you have any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CGCC Foundation Scholarship Applications
This information is regarding the Columbia Gorge Community College Foundation scholarships. Scholarship preference will be given to local residents of Oregon and Washington. Scholarship applicants must submit information using this form to be considered. The application becomes property of CGCC Foundation after submission and is treated as confidential information. Students may only receive a scholarship in one of the two periods (full-year or winter/spring term scholarships). Full-year scholarships are $2,500 and distributed equally over fall, winter, and spring terms. Winter/Spring term scholarships are $1,700 and distributed equally over winter and spring terms. Scholarship recipients will be asked to provide two hours of volunteer service per academic term to benefit CGCC Foundation and/or the college. Scholarship recipients are required to submit an acceptance form and thank-you note to CGCC Foundation.
The following criteria will be used to determine eligibility: academic skills that show strong aptitude in the student's field of study; financial need and resources; general motivation and desire; community involvement, including past/present employment, volunteer services, and extracurricular activities; timeliness and completeness of application, including submission of academic transcripts.
All students who are awarded a foundation scholarship must enroll in a minimum of six credits per term and maintain satisfactory academic progress according to CGCC's Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) policy. See https://www.cgcc.edu/
The CGCC Foundation recommends that applicants type responses to the essay questions in a Word or Google document and copy/paste them in the online application to ensure that work is saved.
Please contact email@example.com, if you have any questions. For assistance filling out the CGCC Foundation scholarship applications, a PDF version is available for guidance ONLY here. Please do not submit this application to the CGCC Foundation in lieu of the online application. Thank you!
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