Washington Apple Education Foundation Scholarships: Hurry Up

Now the students inhabiting in Washington’s tree fruit growing regions do not need to worry regarding the high expenses of education since you can be the one to get scholarship from Washington Apple Education Foundation. Washington Apple Education Foundation or WAEF is proud to give away scholarships worth $400,000 to 130 aspiring students of the districts of Washington, we have just talked about.

To become eligible for getting this scholarship you either need to be a college student or a graduating high school senior. However, the conditions doesn’t end here, you also need to be ward of the farmers, warehouse workers or people related to any other field relevant to Washington’s apple, cherry and pear crops.

What Is Washington Apple Education Foundation?

The Washington Apple Education Foundation was basically founded by the members of Washington’s tree fruit industry back in 1994. No wonder, WAEF is more famous for awarding the scholarships yet this organization is also keen to evoke consciousness regarding the importance of tree fruit industry in Washington.

Over quite a long period, the foundation has endured the financial burden of innumerable students as well as supported the study options for K-12 students and elders in regional areas. The scholarship amount is usually collected by endowments offered by the big-hearted and financially sound companies, crop producers, warehouses and other organizations.

Things To Attach:

This is quite important since an incomplete application form will not be entertained so before submitting, you need to ensure that your application is complete with all the required documents etc. Well, even before attaching the documents you will be asked to provide the basic info like your connection with the Washington tree fruit industry, your family’s mean taxable income, your educational objectives etc to ensure that you meet the basic eligibility criteria.

Now apart from this basic info, you need to attach following things as well.

1. An official high school credits report
2. An official college credits report (in case you have graduated)
3. The SAT or ACT result, but in case you haven’t still appeared in the exam you need to mention the reason behind it plus you need to clarify when you will take the exam
4. Two reference letters from someone outside the family
5. An essay written on: “Education is an investment in the future. Why are you great candidate for a college education?”