Scholarships for Human Services Students

  • Amount: Four awards of $1800 each.
  • One in each of the following departments: elementarysecondaryspecial education and human services.
  • Applicants must be a full-time undergraduate student enrolled in a Woodring program in Bellingham.  
  • Applicants must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.5.
  • Financial need is not a consideration.
  • Post-bac, graduate, and alt-route students are NOT eligible.

  • Amount: $1000
  • Applicants must be students admitted to the Woodring College of Education Human Services Program at time of application.
  • A statement of financial need is required.
  • Applicants must have demonstrated academic performance in the Human Services major.
  • Consideration also may be given to previous academic performance in courses taken outside of the Human Services major.
  • Required list of human services related internships (including agency/organization, position, type of work, and timeframe)
  • Required essay of approximately 500 words describing your educational and human services career goals and how they honor the community spirit of Jerry House, for whom this award is named.

  • Applicants must be completing a Human Services program at the Everett site
  • Must demonstrate financial need
  • Must have a demonstrated ability to collaborate with diverse groups of people (classmates, colleagues, and/or co-workers) and a commitment to the human services program and its mission 
  • Must show outstanding academic merit. 

  • Award: $1500
  • Applicants must be a Woodring College Human Services major
  • Preference is given to a non-traditional aged student (25 years or older)
  • Preference given to a student with financial need. Please submit a short statement of financial need.

Single application for the above scholarships (open to all Human Services students)

You only need to submit one copy of the application form.