Bob Hasson Memorial Scholarship
Sponsored by: Oregon Collectors Association
Application Deadline March 1
Type of Award Contest
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The Bob Hasson Memorial Scholarship has an average application process compared to similar scholarships. It may require an essay or interview to apply.
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The Bob Hasson Memorial Scholarship is moderately competitive compared to similar scholarships.
Applicant must be a high school senior living in Oregon who is planning to attend any Oregon accredited public, private college, university or trade school as a full-time student. Essay on 'Credit in the 21st Century' is required (1,000-1,500 words).
Requirements for the Bob Hasson Memorial Scholarship
Doug Jones, President
1814 NE 123rd Ave
Vancouver, WA 98684
Phone: (503) 201-0858
Fax: (503) 430-8670
Scholarship Questions and Answers
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Who is sponsoring the Bob Hasson Memorial Scholarship?
The Bob Hasson Memorial Scholarship is sponsored by: Oregon Collectors Association Doug Jones ORCA SCHOLARSHIP FUND 1814 NE 123rd Ave Vancouver WA 98684 (P) 503-201-0858 (F) 503 430-8670 email@example.com http://www.orcascholarshipfund.com
How much is this scholarship worth?
The least you can earn from the Bob Hasson Memorial Scholarship is $1500, but it gives out $2000 on average. The maximum award is $3000. Try our Scholarship Search for more awards with a maximum of $3000.
How many awards are given out?
The Bob Hasson Memorial Scholarship goes out to a maximum of 3 people, and at least 3 receive it annually. On average, though, 3 get this award.