• Ladd Macaulay Memorial Scholarship Program
    • Information: We are pleased to invite graduating seniors from the Chatham School District to apply to the Ladd Macaulay Memorial Scholarship Program for support for their continuing educational endeavors. The Program is funded by an endowment from Douglas Island Pink and Chum Salmon (DIPAC), a private non-profit salmon hatchery corporation founded by Ladd Macaulay. The Program offers two types of scholarships:
      • Baccalaureate degree (BA or BS) – up to a four-year grant with a total amount of $12,000; BA/BS Program Distribution-First year -$2,000, second and third years – $3,000, fourth year – $4,000.
      • Associate degree or vocational training – up to a two-year grant totaling $6,000 for applicants entering a hatchery technology program or other vocational training that is related to the fishing industry – e.g., engine repair, welding, electronics technician, marine wood construction/repair, AA Programs including Hatchery Technology, and other vocational education programs- First year-$3,000, second year $3,000.
    • Rules & Procedures: http://www.dipac.net/s/DIPACScholarshipRulesandProcedures2020.docx
    • Applications & Forms: http://www.dipac.net/dipac-scholarships
    • Deadline: March 22, 2021

Society of Women Engineers Greatland Section scholarships

  • Information: Scholarships are open to girls graduating from Alaska high schools in 2021 that are planning to enroll in an ABET-accredited engineering program this fall.
  • Read More: http://www.swealaska.org/scholarships.html
  • Deadline: February 10, 2021