2012 Anderson Recipients
2011 Anderson Recipients
2010 Anderson Recipients
Felicity Abeyta, Zachary Adams, Trisha
Middleton, Natasha Mohar, Jeremy Paulus, Joel Knapp, Eric Palapac,
Jessica Stoen, John Wennberg, Heather Siereveld, LuJuana Simpson and
for those planning to follow a specific career path, including
opportunities for those interested in more general fields of academic
study and vocational preparation are provided through these accounts:
R.C. Worthington Jr.
scholarships are offered
by the following organizations:
Established - 1994
Purpose & Criteria.......
To assist students in pursuing vocational and
occupational studies. Having an interest and desire to seek out occupational
and career goals at a community college, technical college or through an
accredited apprenticeship program. Financial need may be a
Application and Selection...
Applicants must use the Northshore Standardized
2010 Value... $
(11 available including second year renewals).
Additional scholarship is specifically designated for a student
Several grants of $1,500 will be awarded and will be
eligible for a renewal for a second year of study if good progress is
demonstrated in the first year of the grant.
Applicants must show a serious intent to study in a one- or
two-year program at a community college or vocational/technical school.
The scholarship may also be used to support an apprenticeship.
(The grants are not to be used for community college if the
educational goal is to transfer to a four-year college.)
Financial need will be a consideration.
The scholarships are sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Northshore. Applicants may be current
seniors or former students whose class has already graduated.
Use the standard Northshore Scholarship Foundation application
form. No letters of recommendation are required.
Winners will be notified prior May 1.
For graduating seniors and qualifying former students, applications
are due February 27, 2009 at a Northshore School District High School
Counseling Office; for renewals, submitted to the Foundation by March 31,
Established by a $220,387 bequest from
Les and Vista
Anderson, longtime Bothell residents. Les was director of
maintenance and operation for the Northshore School District for many
Inglemoor High School, attending Renton Technical
Bothell High School, planning to attend
Cascadia Community College
Lake Washington Technical College
Culinary Arts program
Secondary Academy for Success
Lake Washington Technical College in nursing
Woodinville High School
Attending Western Culinary Institute
Inglemoor High School
Attending Cascadia Community College
Bothell High School
attending Washington State University
Secondary Academy of Success (SAS),
attending Lake Washington Technical College
Cascadia Community College
Inglemoor High School '08