Program Contact: Randy Williams, Lincoln-Adams 4-H Program Coordinator
(509) 725-4171 • email@example.com
Program Contact: Karen Robertson, Lincoln-Adams WSU Extension Program Assistant
(509) 659-3209 • firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE: 4-H Leader and/or WSU Extension Faculty or Staff signatures may be required depending on the Scholarship Program. Be sure and allow enough time to get signatures on your completed application before sending to arrive by a deadline. Your leader or WSU personnel may not be available to review and sign your application at the “last minute.”
WSU College of Agriculture, Human, & Natural Resource Sciences Scholarships – Due January 31, 2017
Lincoln-Adams 4-H Scholarships – Due March 15, 2017
WA State 4-H Scholarship Opportunities – Due March 15, 2017
More Scholarships for 4-H’ers and CAHNRS Scholarships – Deadline extended to March 22nd!
We just received word from WSU that there was a very low number of applicants for the Avista/NWFCS, Garber, and CAHNRS 4-H scholarships. Therefore, they have extended the deadline to March 22nd. Some of these scholarships are only available to currently enrolled Lincoln-Adams 4-H high-school seniors! If you are planning to go on to college next year we encourage you to apply! The application is submitted on-line. However there is one form you must download to get a parent signature and a WSU Extension 4-H Faculty/Staff signature (after reviewing copies of your application documents) before you submit. Call ahead to make sure someone is available to review and sign.
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