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Who is eligible.
Any graduating senior who
How easy is it to apply?
When is the Application Due?
The completed application packet must be postmarked by March 1, 2024.
Each scholarship is awarded for a single year. The 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 the application for additional information.
Scholarships will be awarded without regard to race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, gender or disability.
The GFWC Oregon City Woman’s Club awards scholarships to graduating students attending a high school located in Oregon City. Recipients must pursue college-level studies in the fields of Education and/or Social Services (e.g., Behavioral Health, Counseling, Criminal Justice, Family & Human Services, Healthcare, Mental Health, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Political Science, Psychology, Public Administration, Social Services, Sociology, etc.) at an accredited US Institution of higher learning.
Nathan Padilla is a senior at Oregon City High School. He has participated in Theatre Club and earned his Thespian status, as well as participated in the Speech and Debate Club. For four years he was a member of the Cross Country team. He enjoys sports and volunteering at organizations that promote different types of social action. Nathan plans to attend the University of Oregon, majoring in Political Science. His goal is to become a Criminal Defense Lawyer and help citizens wrongfully treated by the system.
Adrienne Graf is a senior at Oregon City High School. She has been a member of the Volleyball Team, the Varsity Tennis Team, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Link Crew. She has a love of science, nature and learning new ideas through new adventures and exploration. Adrienne plans on attending Oregon State University to pursue a career goal as a Pharmaceutical Scientist. She hopes that through her research she will help people who are suffering from sickness and disease.