Oregon City Woman's club Scholarship


The GFWC Oregon City Woman’s Club Scholarship Program provides a $1,000 scholarship to a graduating student attending a high school located in Oregon City who will be pursuing college-level studies in the fields of education or social services. The student must attend an Oregon institution of higher learning.

Who is Eligible?

  • Graduating senior attending any high school in Oregon City.
  • Minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA.
  • US Citizen or permanent legal resident.
  • Will be attending an Oregon institution accredited by an agency recognized by the US Department of Education.

How Do I Apply?

  • Download and complete the Applicant’s Information Form (see link below)
  • Attach:   Two (2) letters of recommendation (at least one from an educational reference, e.g. Teacher)
  • High school transcript
  • Mail to OCWC - see application for address

When is the Application Due?

   The completed application packet must be postmarked by March 1, 2021

2019 Scholarship Awardees



  • The scholarship is $1,000, awarded for a single year.  
  • Family members of GFWC Oregon City Woman’s Club Members are not eligible to apply.  
  • GFWC Oregon City Woman’s Club reserves the right to refuse to award a scholarship in the event no student meets the eligibility requirements. 
  • See Application for additional information. 

Scholarships will be awarded without regard to race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, gender or disability. 

(Photo - 2019 Scholarship Winners)


Allison Brown is a senior at Oregon City High School and is

planning on attending Pacific University and majoring in the

health field with an emphasis on mental health. She has played

on the volleyball team serving. as team captain. She is an

active member of the Student Council and 4-H. Allison also

holds down two jobs and volunteers with Bare Necessities, a

group raising funds for those in need.

Shaylee Cooper is a senior at Oregon City High School and is

planning on attending George Fox University majoring in

nursing. She is very active in Student Council serving as

President this year. Shaylee was instrumental in bringing “We

Dine Together” to Oregon City High School. She also volunteers

in the community and at her church.

Grace Southard is a senior at Oregon City High School and is

planning on attending University of Oregon and majoring in

psychology. She has competed with the swim team and is a

member of the Master Choir. Grace volunteers with a local

animal shelter and also has a part time job.


Grace Southard, 2020 scholarship recipient.