Northshore Scholarship Foundation
Woodinville Rotary Club
Scholarship opportunities for those interested in more general fields of academic study and vocational preparation are provided through these endowments:
Additional scholarships are offered by the following organizations:
Since joining the Foundation in 1988, Woodinville Rotary has contributed $35,000 to establish its own endowment and $31,000 to establish a scholarship account in memory of past president and community leader Jerry Wilmot.
In addition the club donated $5,000 to help establish the Julian Karp Emerging Scholar award given in memory of the late superintendent of Northshore schools. It also contributed to the endowment in memory of Kenmore Air Harbor founder and past Foundation trustee Bob Munro.
The club contributed $18,500 to start and build the Theater Arts Scholarship fund in tribute to the dynamic community theater activist Peg Phillips, founder of Woodinville Repertory Theater and a character actor in the hit television series "Northern Exposure".
The club annually provides more than $50,000 in scholarships with money raised through Rotary Wine'n Shine, the annual charity-fund raising event held the first Saturday in October:
$ 25,500 to offer $7,500 Make A Difference scholarships for graduates at Woodinville High School and Secondary Academy for Success who otherwise would not have the opportunity financially to continue their education beyond high school;
$5,000 to offer two $2,500 scholarships at Woodinville High School for students considering a four-year college and have achieved in community and school service as well as academically. Financial need is a third consideration.
$ 2,500 to offer a leadership scholarship at WHS in memory of Mark Hariri;
$ 5,000 to offer $2,500 scholarships for graduates at Woodinville High School;
$ 2,000 Peg Phillips Memorial Theater Arts Scholarship for a graduate involved with high school drama and with the Woodinville Repertory Theater.
University of Washington Bothell
$ 2,000 for the Jerry Wilmot Memorial Business Management Scholarship for a graduate student in the master's program at University of Washington branch at Bothell.
$ 2,500 for the Marv Workman Business scholarship for a Woodinville High School graduating senior who enrolls at UW-Bothell as an entering freshman and who intends to pursue a business career with emphasis in accounting.
$ 2,500 renewable scholarship for a Woodinville High School graduating senior who enrolls at UW-Bothell as an entering freshman who intends to pursue an undergraduate degree.
Cascadia Community College
$ 2,000 for a scholarship to a Woodinville High School graduating senior who will enroll at Cascadia Community College with plans to obtain an A.A. degree at Cascadia and then transfer to one of the five degree-granting programs at UW-Bothell.
Woodinville Wine Industry
$ 5,000 for 2010 Vit-Enol scholarships for students preparing for careers in the Woodinville and state's fast growing wine industry. The scholarships are offered at Walla Walla Community College and Washington State University for students serious about following a career in the state and Woodinville's fast-growing wine industry. The application form for the Vit-Enol awards are found on the website.
Woodinville Rotary also provides oversight in the funding and selection of the following scholarship endowments:
This information will be posted in late November for academic year 2010-11
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