Washington State 4-H Scholarship Opportunities Each year Washington State 4-H members, who are seniors in high school or completing their GED, are eligible for many scholarships. Washington State 4-H is pleased to offer various scholarships. For current application directions for 4-H WA State Scholarships go to: http://4h.wsu.edu/members/scholar.htm
King County 4-H Association Scholarship Opportunity – each Spring, graduating seniors who plan to study in college, university or Trade programs can qualify for Post-Secondary Scholarship Opportunity. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
WSU Scholarships – The College of Agricultural, Human, & Natural Resource Sciences (CAHNRS) awards approximately $600,000 in scholarships annually to students pursuing CAHNRS majors. Students apply for these scholarships by filling out the general WSU scholarship application found on the WSU Future Students website. To be considered for CAHNRS scholarships, be sure to indicate the CAHNRS major in which you are interested on the application. For more information visit http://academic.cahnrs.wsu.edu/scholarships; or contact the CAHNRS Academic Programs Office at 509-335-4562, or email email@example.com
CAHNRS 4-H Scholarships – In conjunction with the WSU College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences, we are excited to offer two Washington State University 4-H scholarships: one for achievement in Leadership and one for achievement in Citizenship/Community Service. Each of these scholarships is worth $3,000.00 toward tuition in a student’s freshman year at Washington State University. Applicants being considered for the Leadership and Citizenship/Community Service Scholarships will first be reviewed for the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences Dean’s Merit Award worth $3000.00. To be eligible for these scholarships a youth must complete the following:
- Washington State University Scholarship Application (online only), AND
- Sections 2-6 of the Washington State 4-H Scholarship Packet
States’ 4-H International Exchange Programs – Global Citizenship & Cultural Immersion Programming for 4-H Aged Youth
Summer Inbound Exchange Student Programs – Our Summer Inbound programs bring youth to the US each summer to stay with a host family for 4 weeks. Based on a complete cultural immersion model, youth are matched with a volunteer American family who wants to share their life with an international visitor. To learn more or apply to be a host family, please visit this link: Become a Host Family.
Summer Outbound Exchange Student Programs – Our Summer Outbound programs send American 4-H youth to foreign countries for a cultural immersion experience. Outbound delegates live with volunteer host families, learning first-hand about a new way of life in the host country. Our international partners recruit host families and plan enrichment activities for the delegation. All S4-H Outbound programs include pre-departure orientations in the US, adult chaperones who accompany the group on international travel and remain in-country to provide support during the exchange, in-country orientation, a homestay experience, and some limited sightseeing opportunities in the capital city or other major attraction. Some programs offer a summer camp experience as well.
Academic Year Exchange Student Programs (AYP) – American families have the opportunity to host a high school student for one academic year (August-June). Students are enrolled in public high school and participate in school activities as members of their host families. S4-H places students from Japan, Korea, and Eurasia through AYP. Our Eurasian students are scholarship recipients participating in the Future Leaders Exchange Program (FLEX), which is sponsored by the US Department of State, Bureau of Educational & Cultural Affairs. State coordinators and local representatives in the host community provide support services for host families and exchange students throughout the school year.