November 23, 2017

Ken and Judy Doerfler Newport High Scholarship Awarded by Oregon Student Assistance Commission

The Ken and Judy Doerfler Newport High Scholarship is a financial award sponsored by Oregon Student Assistance Commission.

Information About the Scholarship:

Application Deadline: 1-March
Scholarship Requirements: Candidate must be an Oregon resident, be a graduate of Newport High School, be enrolled full time at a non-profit, four-year Oregon school, and demonstrate financial need.
Eligible for: Must be college freshman, sophmore, junior or senior.

Awarded by:

Oregon Student Assistance Commission
1500 Valley River Drive, Suite 100
Eugene, OR 97401-2146
USA
Phone: 541 687 7400
Website: http://www.osac.state.or.us

Contact Details:

Scholarships

You need to know your audience. For instance, if you are applying to Ken and Judy Doerfler Newport High Scholarshipname that is very “philanthropist friendly”, then be sure to describe all the times you volunteered, went on missions trips, etc. Also, if you are applying to a military institution, then be sure to talk about your leadership abilities and even your family’s heritage with the military. Not all applications are the same, and some need specific tailoring. Also, make sure that you are not saying in two words what you could say in one word. The easier your application is to read through, then your audience will not grow board reading it. You want to make it very simple and easy to read, offering you a chance to get them to like you.

Sometimes, it is important to view scholarship searching like fishing. You need to throw your net out of the boat, and drag the dark, murky bottom of the river. Of course, when you start pulling in your nets, it might not seem like you have much, but there could be hundreds of fish on the other end. It takes patience, and a good knowledge of where the best parts of the river are. In the same way, searching for a scholarship like Ken and Judy Doerfler Newport High Scholarshipname is going to take some patience, but there could be thousands and thousands of dollars waiting for you. Do keep in mind that the search is worth it. If you attempt to put your entire education on student loans, you will be paying them off for the next thirty four years. And in this economy, there’s no guarantee of a job afterwards. The best way to go is to get someone else like Oregon Student Assistance Commissionname to pay for that education.

Oregon Student Assistance Commission

Oregon Student Assistance Commission