The Rotary Club of Beaverton supports college and vocational scholarship programs every year. Our financial aid and Club support helps get students into and stay in higher education and training. Scholarship recipients know they have a club of Rotarians who believe in them and are cheering for their long-term success. Over the years, the Rotary Club of Beaverton has given more than $800,000 in scholarships.
Education and literacy are one of the six areas of focus central to Rotary International.
Beaverton School District High School Scholarships
Academic Scholarships are offered annually to qualifying Beaverton High School seniors who plan to attend a four-year, public or private, college or university or a two-year community college located in Oregon. Applicants will be selected based on the completeness of their application, academic achievement, community service, financial need, writing sample, oral presentation and interview. Recipients will be allowed to reapply for this scholarship each new school year with a four-year cumulative total.
Applications for either Scholarship or renewal are due by 5pm, April 15, 2022.
Beaverton Rotary Club Vocational Scholarships
Vocational Scholarships are awarded annually to selected students who intend to pursue a one or two-year program of study directly related to his/her career goal. This could include a student who is pursuing his/her career interests at a community college, a private proprietary school (e.g., beauty school, Western Culinary Institute, etc.), or some other recognized training program. Applicants will be selected on the basis of clarity of career goals, academic progress, community and school service and their completion of the application and interview process. They must reside within the boundaries of the Beaverton School District and need not be graduating from high school this spring. Scholarship recipients who show outstanding progress in the first year of their educational pursuits may apply for a scholarship for an additional year.
Requirements and Application Form
Applications for either Scholarship or renewal are due April 15, 2022.
Continuing Education for Young Parents (CEYP)
Annually, the Beaverton Rotary Club’s Continuing Education of Young Parents Scholarship Committee awards scholarships to students desiring to pursue higher education who are graduates of the CEYP program at Merlo Station High School. Each scholarship is for one year and is renewable upon poof of satisfactory academic performance. If you are interested in applying for a CEYP Scholarship, please contact Rachel Sip, Principal, Merlo Station High School at (503) 356-3650, or Bill Crist, Chair, Beaverton Rotary CEYP Scholarship Committee at (503) 705-6886.
Students who have completed the CEYP program are also eligible for vocational scholarships, including renewable funding based on student achievement.