College & Career Center



October 5, 2018
WSU Regents Scholarship
Students are to complete the local RHS application and submit to Mr. Jelinek by 10/5/18.  All completed and eligible applications will be evaluated by a committee, who will select two Bombers to receive the scholarship.  Each scholarship is $4,000 per year for 4 years totaling $16,000. More information and eligibility information can be found here. The application can be downloaded here. Announcement of winners will be made prior to 10/19/18.

October 8, 2018
NROTC Scholarship 
You may be competitive for a college scholarship through the NROTC Scholarship program.  In short, the scholarship provides you with full tuition, military training, and is followed by a commission as an officer in the United States Marine Corps. In order to compete, you must:
- Be a Senior in High School
- Be physically fit (4 pull-ups, 100 crunches, 22 min. 3 mile run)
- Have a strong academic background (1000 SAT, 22 ACT, 74 ASVAB)
- Have strong leadership abilities
CLICK HERE for Hype Video
CLICK HERE to start your application
Call GySgt Davila at 509-783-1381 with direct questions

October 15, 2018 thru January 31, 2019 
Counseling Office | Scholarship Information
15 different Scholarship Programs available to Washington students. More than 900 Individual Scholarship Awards will be distributed through these 15 programs. To download the Scholarship Newsletter in a PDF visit HERE

October 31- New One rolls out November 1, 2018
Cirkled Scholarships

We have a $2500 scholarship for 8th-12th grade students. It’s an easy scholarship to apply for, with no income bracket requirements, no minimum GPA, and no lengthy essay to write. Students can use it for any educational need, such as college tuition (4 year, 2 year, or trade school), books and supplies, even transportation if necessary. It’s free to apply. It’s open to all high school grades, not just the seniors. The website to apply is: As I mentioned, this current scholarships ends on 10/31, but a new one rolls out on 11/1.

October 25, 2018
The Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans, Inc.

Eligibility criteria include: high school graduation in spring/summer, demonstrated critical financial need ($55,000 or lower adjusted gross family income), and United States citizenship. The scholarships are given to deserving students each year and range in award value from $6,000 to $25,000.
CLICK HERE to apply online (deadline October 25)  

Nov 1, 2018
Office of Admission and Financial Aid (University of Dayton)
Looking for students with an innate desire to learn and grow in service to others- not necessarily ones with the highest GPA. This scholarship is worth $10000($2000 per year for four years), and recipients will also be considered for a merit scholarship, worth up to $98000 over four years. To apply please email Mr. Jelinek at 

November 6, 2018
Prudential Spirit of Community Award
Must be in grades 5-12 as of November 6, 2018, and is a legal resident of one of the 50 states, has engaged in a volunteer activity that occurred at least in part after September 1, 2017.
Applicants must submit one of the following:

  • A middle level or high school
  • A Girl Scout council
  • A county 4-H organization
  • An American Red Cross chapter
  • A YMCA
  • An Affiliate of Points of Light's HandsOn Network

CLICK HERE or HERE to apply and for more information 

November 15, 2018
Seattle University Sullivan Leadership Award
Each year, Seattle University selects nine incoming freshmen to receive the Sullivan Leadership Award. This award covers the entirety of their undergraduate tuition, housing, and meals for four years of study.
We seek students with diverse leadership styles and personal backgrounds to join our Sullivan Scholar community. Sullivan Scholars are not easily defined, coming from a variety of heritages—small towns to large cities, public and independent schools, Catholic or from many other spiritual traditions. We seek students, like you, to carry forward our holistic definition of academic excellence, one that transcends classroom performance.
Beyond monetary support, our faculty mentorship and your connections within the Sullivan Scholar community will promote your personal and professional growth–taking you to new heights as a change agent for a just and humane world. CLICK HERE for the Website.

November 21, 2018
LEAP Latino/A Educational Achievement Project
The LEAP Rise Above Scholarship provides financial support for Latinx students who demonstrate advocacy, accountability, perseverance and have shown a commitment to improving their community. It is open to any student regardless of citizenship status. Earn up to $5000 towards your education! CLICK HERE to apply now.

December 1, 2018
UMBC an Honors University in Maryland Meyerhoff Scholars Program
Only available at UMBC (University of Maryland, Baltimore County). The Meyerhoff program is open to all high-achieving high school seniors who plan to pursue undergraduate studies in Science, Technology, Engineering and/or Mathematics (STEM). Scholars Program awards range from $5000-$15000 per year for in state students and $10000-$22000 per year for out of state students. Visit HERE to submit, please include current mailing address, telephone number, and email address (if available) of each nominee.

December 15, 2018
Epsilon Sigma Alpha Foundation
The applications for 2019-20 academic year scholarships will open in Fall 2018. All students will be notified whether or not they received a scholarship for the 2018-19 academic year in May 2018. Sign up for e-mail reminders when scholarship applications open. The ESA Foundation has awarded more than $3 million in scholarships and continues to award numerous scholarships annually. You do not have to be an ESA member to apply for a scholarship, and our application process is 100% online. View a list of last year's scholarship winners.

December 31, 2018
 ZipRecruiter Scholarship 

Must be 18 years old to apply.  This scholarship is based on your ability to create a follow up email after a job interview.  This is a $3,000 Scholarship.  Please CLICK HERE for the application webpage.  

January 2, 2019
Junior Achievement Scholarship
JA is excited to announce that Babson College, the top-ranked entrepreneurship college in the United States, is again offering a scholarship valued at $20,000 per year for four years to applicants who have been in Junior Achievement. This tremendous opportunity is available for high school seniors who have participated in any JA program and who have demonstrated the potential to become an entrepreneurial leader. The submission deadline for consideration is January 2, 2019 and additional information and requirements can be found here. Questions? Contact Elizabeth Jones.

January 3, 2019 5 p.m
Eastern Washington Ag Expo 
The 2019 Eastern Washington Ag Expo is proud to announce the 9 th Annual Lyle Holt Scholarship Competition awarding a minimum of three $1,000 scholarships. This event has become one of the highlights of the Expo. Last year we were able to award five scholarships totaling $3,000 to the top finalists of the 8 th Annual Lyle Holt Scholarship Competition.
• Currently a High School Junior or Senior;
• Interest in pursuing a vocation in agriculture;
• Intent to major in a field of agriculture (Ag Business, Ag Engineering, Agronomy, etc.) and funds will be dispersed upon fulfillment of one of the following requirements:
o Major declared upon acceptance/entrance to an accredited university;
o Submit a graduation plan stating intent to major in an agricultural field – must be signed by an academic adviser from the university in which the recipient is enrolled.

For More info on Presentation, Application Requirements and Application CLICK HERE for the PDF file

January 4, 2019
Benton REA Scholarship
$40K in College Scholarships! Seniors, Apply by January 4, 2019.
Benton REA will award up to 5 Academic and/or Trade/Technical Scholarships Up to $8,000 each

  • Must be a graduating high school senior
  • Parent/Legal Guardian or Eligible Candidate mus be a Benton REA member whose main residence is within Benton, Yakima or Lewis Counties

Download an Application HERE. For questions email or call 509-786-8265

January 15, 2019
Seattle Pacific University Scholarship
Seattle University is excited to announce a new scholarship program for students enrolled in Washington State's College Bound program. The Seattle U Bound scholarship meets full tuition for four years for eligible students. More information can be found on their website at HERE. To be considered, students should apply to Seattle Pacific University on the Regular Decision deadline of January 15th and file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by February 1st. This scholarship is a one-time scholarship worth $750. It will be awarded May 30, 2019.

January 30, 2019
DO-IT Scholarship
The DO-IT Scholars program prepares young people with disabilities for college, careers, independent living, and leadership roles in society.
DO-IT Scholars:

  • experience college life on a university campus in the summer
  • explore careers and the world of work
  • learn to select and use adaptive technology, applications software, and Internet resources
  • learn about reasonable accommodations at school and in the workplace
  • network with peers and working professionals with disabilities
  • gain requisite knowledge to enter and succeed in college and challenging careers
  • participate in leadership opportunities that promote accessible environments, work sites, and community activities

For more information and a file of the PDF application CLICK HERE

January 31, 2019
Careers in Manufacturing Scholarship
$700 scholarship for hard-working students who attended the Careers in Manufacturing/ Tri-Cities Connect event. Students have to attend the Careers in Manufacturing field trip. Please place your application, transcript, activity record, and Career Plan essay in an envelope and send to:
               Careers in Manufacturing
               c/o Lance Stephens
               2101 Horn Rapids Rd
CLICK HERE for Scholarship application

February 1, 2019
Gonzaga Leaders Scholarship
Open to students who have developed leadership skills across many settings. Students awarded the scholarship will be invited to attend our admitted student weekend, GEL, and learn more about Gonzaga's investment in leaders for the common good. The scholarship will be worth $20,000 over four years and will be added to any merit scholarship(s) already awarded to the student. Scholarship info HERE. SAT code: 4330, ACT code: 4458, HERE for HS counselor site, HERE for Undocumented Student Information, and HERE for Admission and Financial Aid Information in Spanish.

February 1, 2019
DECA Scholarship
The Babson DECA Scholarship is valued at $5,000 per year for four years. Students are encouraged to  have participated in DECA to complete the Babson DECA Scholarship application requirements below. The deadline for applying for DECA is February 1.
Babson DECA Scholarship application procedures:

  • Apply for admission to Babson College.
  • Submit, through your applicant status page, a resume detailing your DECA accomplishments and experiences.

February 1, 2019
Advancing Science and Technology in Eastern Oregon (ASTEO) Scholarship
To apply:

  • Eligible students must pursue a career or graduate in one of these fields: biology, chemistry-biochemistry, computer science, or mathematics.
  • Apply for admission to EOU HERE
  • Be a freshman or new transfer student atending EOU at our La Grande campus
  • Submit an ASTEO scholarship application HERE
  • Submit a SAT math score of 550+ or an ACT math score of 25+
  • Submit your FAFSA application at HERE (opens October 1)
  • Be a U.S citizen, permanent resident, national or refugee

The award will prodivde up to $7500 annually for tution and fees, which is nearly a full-ride scholarship for students who qualify for our resident tuition rate. CLICK HERE and if you have any questions email at or call 541-962-3561

February 4-15 only
The College of Idaho Scholarship
this scholarship competition is for high schools seniors who have submitted an application to C of I and have at least a 3.0 GPA.

The Scholarship Competition runs for two weeks in February: February 4th – 15th (on the weekdays). There is a morning session and an afternoon session each day that students can choose from. The competition consists of a timed essay and an oral interview with a faculty member.

Just by participating, students earn a $500/year scholarship if they enroll at C of I. 30 second place winners earn $1,000/year and 30 first place winners earn $2,500/year. All scholarships are renewable every year, for four years.
​To Register CLICK HERE

February 11, 2019
Washington State Fair Foundation
Since 2008 the Washington State Fair Foundation has awarded over 1 million in scholarships to students throughout the state.  This past spring 41 scholarship awards valued at $101,000 were provided to high school seniors and adult learners in Washington.   The Washington State Fair Foundation financially supports the scholarship and educational programs of the Fair, and preserves and improves the Fair for future generations. CLICK HERE to apply online.

February 14, 2019 
Bill of Rights Institute Scholarship
Winners of this years contest will receive a total of $20,000 in scholarship funds including a $5,000 award and a scholarship to 2019 Constitutional Academy to the grand prize winner. This is a essay contest, Only one entry per student is permitted. Entries that are incomplete, are submitted late, do not answer all required questions, contain information other, or otherwise do not comply with these Official Rules and Regulations will not be accepted. CLICK HERE for more info and to apply.

February 15, 2019

Flavorful Futures Scholarship
Be Sparkling. Be Smart. Be the Future. Scholarship

Looking for fun and unique candidates for the Flavorful Futures Scholarship. Sparkling Ice is awarding FIVE $5000 scholarships to eligible high school seniors who are planning their bright and colorful futures. If this sounds like you, apply today!

  • Must be US citizen or permanent legal resident of the United States
  • Must be a high school senor graduation between August 1, 2018 and July 31, 2019
  • Must have a cumulative high school grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.5 on a 4-point scale
  • We support applicants in a vocational/trade, 2-year, or 4-year program.​

Please CLICK HERE for scholarship site.

February 15, 2019
National CO-OP Scholarship Program
- Cumulative high school GPA of 3.5 or better on a 4.0 scale
- Apply for admission for the 2019-2020 academic year at institution(s) you select on the scholarship application
- Meet other merit scholarship criteria as established by the institution(s) selected on the application
- Applicants must be current high school seniors or transfer students
150 Merit Co-Op Scholarships Totaling $4.2 Million
CLICK HERE to complete your application online​

February 18, 2019
WSECU (WA State Employees Credit Union)
PO BOX WSECU  OLYMPIA, WA 98507 800.562.0999
Looking for a Scholarship? Here's a Good One!
Planning to continue your education? Going to college? Vocational school? Graduate school? If so, 
our scholarships are a great way to help with some of the expenses.

•   Four-year college or graduate school: $2,500
•   Two-year co!!ege or vocational school: $1,500
•   A total of $65,000 will be awarded.
•   You  must be a WSECU member -  if you aren't, you can learn more and join at
•   You'll need to be enrolled full-time and use the scholarship for the fall 2019 semester.
•   If you're selected as a recipient, you can use the scholarship for nearly any type of 
post-secondary education.
•   The degree you're pursuing must be the first one -  e.g., first bachelor's or  first master's.
•   Recipients will be announced in the spring of 2019.
•   It's an online application process.family_health_and_wellness_foundation_scholarship.pdf
•   Access the application:
•    Apply online at
•  The application period ends Feb. 18, 2019.
Questions? We'll be happy to answer them. Just call 800.562.0999 and ask for  Erin Pearson at 
x10254. Good luck -  we're behind you all the way!

February 20, 2019 
AWC Scholarship (Association of Washington Cities)
This is a state wide competition for high school seniors.  Each city (Richland and West Richland) can only submit one application to compete for this award. District administrators will review applications and choose 1 application from Richland and another from West Richland to send on to the appropriate city.  Please send all applications to Nancy Mayer, Executive Assistant to the Superintendent, Richland School District, 509-967-6001
Scholarship Application CLICK HERE    Informational Flyer CLICK HERE

February 28, 2019
Washington State Governors' Scholarship 
The Washington State Governors' Scholarship for Foster Youth is a scholarship program that helps young men and women from foster care continue their education and earn a college degree.  The program is supported by Gov. Jay Inslee, The Honorable Chris Gregoire (former governor), The Honorable Gary Locke (former governor), and other former governors in Washington State.
Proceeds from the Governors' Cup – an annual golf tournament – provide funding for approximately 40 - 50 new scholars each year. Scholarship award amounts range from $2,000 to $4,000 depending on the college of attendance.
Selected students can access the annual scholarship for up to five years to complete undergraduate study. Students must be enrolled full time and maintain satisfactory academic progress in order to renew the scholarship each year.
For more information on Eligibility and to Apply CLICK HERE

February 28, 2010
Family Health and Wellness Foundation 2019-2020 Scholarship
The scholarship is open to anyone in the community who plans to persue an education in the medical healthcare feild, presents need and has had some community involvement.
Please CLICK HERE for more information and scholarship application

February 28, 2019
Washington State Opportunity Scholarship WSOS
The Washington State Opportunity Scholarship (WSOS) is available for Washington students pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering, math, and health care. We provide students with up to $22,500 in scholarship funding towards a 4-year college degree and connect them with peer and professional mentors to help them achieve success from the first day on campus to their first day on the job. The 2019 scholarship application is now open!  The deadline to submit an application is February 28, 2019 at 11:59 p.m.

March 1, 2019 
Benton Franklin Fair Association Scholarship
Applicants must have participated in the 2018 Benton Franklin Fair as a 4-H or FFA exhibitor and be a graduating high school senior in 2019. The scholarship must be used toward continuing education in an accredited university, college, community college or technical school. APPLICATION DEADLINE: MARCH 1, 2019
Email completed application to:
Or mail completed application to:
Benton Franklin Fair Association
ATTN:Scholarship Chairman
1500 S. Oak St.
Kennewick, WA 99337

The funds will be forwarded to the college of the recipient’s choice upon proof of acceptance and registration.
Please include the following in your application packet, along with the form below:
Two recommendations: one from a teacher/school official, and one from a 4-H leader/FFA advisor

  • School Activities
  • Awards and Honors Earned
  • Community Service
  • Employment
  • Summary of 2018 Benton Franklin Fair exhibit(s) and activities
  • Future Plans
  • Financial Need
  • 250-300 Word Essay: “How my involvement in the Benton Franklin Fair has enriched my life.”

Application Form:  Click Here

March 1, 2019
Horse Heaven Round-up Scholarship 
The Horse Heaven Round-Up Rodeo is proud to offer a $1,000 scholarship. Please review the 
application carefully and submit your completed packet by March 1, 2019.
•    Applicant must be a graduating high school senior in 2019.
•    Applicant must be a current participant in Washington State High School Rodeo Association.
•    Applicant must be a resident of Benton or Franklin counties or the Burbank School District.
Other information:
•    The scholarship must be used toward continuing education in an accredited university, college, 
community college or technical school.
•    The scholarship will be awarded at the recipient’s high school graduation ceremony.
•    The funds will be forwarded to the college of the recipient’s choice upon proof of acceptance 
and registration.
Please include the following in your application packet:
•    Two recommendations must accompany this application: One from a teacher/school official, and 
one from a rodeo mentor or coach.
•    School Activities: Include academic accomplishments and GPA.
•    Awards and Honors Earned
•    Community Service
•    300-500 word essay: “What the sport of rodeo means to me.”
▪    Include community involvement
▪    Rodeo accomplishments
▪    Future involvement in the sport of rodeo
Mail completed application to:                                   
Horse Heaven Round-Up                                                       
ATTN:  Scholarship Chairman
1500 S. Oak St.
Kennewick, WA 99337

HHR Scholarship Form 2019 CLICK HERE

March 1, 2019
Community Foundation of North Central Washington
These scholarships have been established by generous individuals, families, and businesses across the region who care passionate about helping students reach their education goals:

  • Over 100 unique scholarships available for many types of students
  • Most scholarships are not focused on academic success, but seek to help students that have significant financial need, have served their community, and demonstrate potential 
  • The online application is easy and allows you to apply for multiple scholarships at once
  • An Eligibility Quiz will help narrow down the scholarships for which you are eligible
  • Each year, we have scholarships that go un-awarded because no one applied for them... don't let that be you!

Last year, 151 students received $576,272 in scholarships thanks to generous people across the region who believe in supporting higher education for our local students!
CLICK HERE to learn more and apply

March 1, 2019
Pacific University of Oregon Online Scholarship Experience (OSE)
Pacific offers an Online Scholarship Experience (OSE) to admitted students who were unable to join for the Senior Preview Scholarship Day events. By completing this experience, students will earn an annually renewable $1,000.00 scholarship. This opportunity will open on February 11th and will close February 22nd. The registration form will be sent out to students during the week of February 4th. 
To apply and for more information CLICK HERE

March 1, 2019
Washington Apple Education Foundation (WAEF)
Students qualify if they have a tie with the tree-fruit industry. To see the full list of all scholarship qualifications, visit HERE and look under "Scholarships" tab for the entire list of available scholarships. ​You can contact the WAEF staff at (509)663-7713 or The Washington Apple Education Foundation will award $1 million in scholarships to students raised in tree fruit industry communities in the spring of 2019. 

March 1, 2019
Lewis and Clark State College Scholarships
Top 10 Majors: Business Administration, Business Management, Elementary Education, Justice Studies (Criminology), Kinesiology, Liberal Arts, Management, Nursing, Radio graphic Science, Social Work. Look for all 130+ degrees here. LCSC offers competitive out-of-state scholarships.  Students must be tentatively admitted by the March 1st priority deadline and a seventh semester transcript must be on file to receive these automatic scholarships. If students have above a 3.0 GPA or ACT 20 or SAT* 1020, tuition for the year would be ~$9,927.
If students have above a 3.5 GPA or ACT 28 or SAT* 1310, tuition for the year would be ~$7,927. 

Timeline for Admission

Priority Deadline: Have all the above materials in by March 1st

  • Final official transcripts: May/June - When final grades are posted

March 1, 2019 
Washington State School Retirees' Association Scholarship Information 2019
Eight (8) WSSR-Foundation Scholarships - a one-time scholarship of $2500 each 
Sixteen (16)  Robert J. Handy Scholarships - $900 each for up to four years
One Neil D. Prescott Scholarship - a one-time scholarship of  $2500
The Washington State School Retirees' Association (WSSRA) invites senior students of your school who have a GPA of 3.0 or higher to apply for the above scholarships.  These awards are given to students who wish to have a career in the "field of education".  Their degree could be in one off these majors:  teacher, counselor, speech therapist, occupational therapist or psychologist.  Please CLICK HERE for flyer.  Please CLICK HERE for website/application.

March 2, 2019
WSSRA Scholarships (Washington State School Retirees Association)
The Washington State School Retirees' Association (WSSRA) invites senior students of your school who have a GPA of 3.0 or higher to apply for scholarships. These awards are given to students who wish to have a career in the "field of education". Their degree could be in one of these majors: teacher, counselor, speech therapist, occupational therapist, or psychologist.

WSSRA conducts the search and review process and selects the recipients. Applicants will be notified in May, if they have been chosen. Please encourage your outstanding students who are committed to a career in the field of education to apply.

 Eight WSSR-Foundation Scholarships - a one-time scholarship of $2500 each
Sixteen Robert J. Handy Scholarships - $900 each for up to four years
One Neil D. Prescott Scholarship - a one-time scholarship of $2500

CLICK HERE to apply

March 4, 2019
Cancer Unwrapped Teen Writing Contest (formerly Gilda's Club Seattle)
Encourages teens to write about their experience with cancer for the opportunity to win one of several $1,000 cash prizes. Since the contest was created in 2006, Cancer Pathways has received over 3,100 essays and handed out more than $135,000 in cash prizes. Teens in Washington State from grades 9-12 to share their stories about cancer in personal essays of 500 to 2,000 words. Essays can be about their own experience of a personal diagnosis or about their experience with the diagnosis of a loved one, a school mate, or friend. If you have any questions contact Program Manager Liz Lange at 206-709-1400 or

March 10, 2019 
Auto Transport

Auto Transport offering 3 scholarships, of $1000, $500 and $250. These scholarships are open to all nationalities and there are no fees to apply.
CLICK HERE to find more info

March 12, 2019
2019 Lockheed Martin STEM Scholarship Program
Lockheed Martin is awarding 200 renewable scholarships of $10,000 each. Awards are open to individuals studying eligible engineering or computer science majors, who demonstrate financial need and come from underrepresented or under served communities. 
Applicants must:

  • Be U.S citizens
  • Be high school seniors with a minimum GPA of 3.5, or college freshmen or sophomores with a minimum GPA of 3.0
  • Plan to enroll in full-time undergraduate study at the accredited four-year college or university in the United States for the upcoming academic year.
  • Be majoring or planning to major in one of many specified eligible STEM programs
  • Demonstrate financial need
  • Be willing to consider a paid internship with Lockheed Martin following their freshman, sophomore or junior year of college. 

For More information and to apply CLICK HERE

March 15, 2019
The Tre-Citta (Tri-Cities) Lodge 2881 Scholarship Program has been established to provide financial assistance for the qualified students of Italian ancestry to help them realize their highest potential as citizens and leaders of their community, state and nation. The program seeks to encourage participation from students who will be pursuing full or part-time higher education in diverse fields. Such educational pursuit is encouraged to enable students to attain vocational or professional skills necessary in an increasingly complex and competitive society. It is hoped that this program will provide these students with the impetus for life-long learning and the motivation necessary to achieve any educational goals.
* All Washington residents of Italian ancestry who are American citizens are eligible.

* Preference will be given to applicants who are sponsored by a member of the Tre-Citta Lodge of the OSDIA.
* A minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 is required.
* Applicant must be a graduating high school senior or enrolled in a post-secondary level which includes four-year colleges, two-year colleges and accredited or state approved technical/trade schools.
* The application packet must be completed, signed and dated by the applicant.
CLICK HERE for application

March 15, 2019
2018-2019 HAAP Scholarship

HAAP scholarships are based on Hispanic heritage, financial need, leadership, civic and extra-curricular activities, academic achievement and higher education goals.  All applications are screened and interviews are conducted to select scholarship winners. HAAP takes pride in providing resources for Hispanic youth to pursue a higher education and hope that through their college success, they will encourage other Hispanics to pursue a higher education. Our hope is students will graduate from college and become involved in their community so they give back to programs that help others.

CLICK HERE for the website and scholarship

March 15, 2019
Tre-Citta Lodge #2881 Scholarship Program
The Tre-Citta (Tri-Cities) Lodge 2881 Scholarship Program has been established to provide financial assistance for the qualified students of Italian ancestry to help them realize their highest potential as citizens and leaders of their community, state and nation. The program seeks to encourage participation from students who will be pursuing full or part-time higher education in diverse fields. Such educational pursuit is encouraged to enable students to attain vocational or professional skills necessary in an increasingly complex and competitive society. CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS     /    CLICK HERE FOR APPLICATION

March 28, 2019
Richland Rotary Club Scholarship
Richland Rotary Club is interested in your ideas that will make positive changes in our communities. This scholarship requires an essay no more than 250 words, which will include these 3 questions:

  • What is the importance of citizenship among City of Richland's youth in today's environment?
  • Have you integrated those beliefs in your own life experience to date?
  • How could your ideas help improve the quality of life in the City of Richland?

For the PDF application and more information CLICK HERE
Completed applications and supporting documentation MUST BE RECEIVED by Nancy Mayer, Richland School District Office (615 Snow Avenue) by March 28, 2019.

March 29,2019  (EXTENDED DEADLINE!)
Richland Kiwanis Foundation Scholarship
UPDATED SUBMISSION ADDRESS: MAIL TO: Richland Kiwanis Foundation, c/o Anh Mai-Windle, PO Box 5601, West Richland, WA 99353 or email to
We are excited to be able to award five Kiwanis scholarships of $2,000 each for the 2019-2020 school year. Richland Kiwanis foundation applicants will be evaluated on financial need, scholarship performance (as indicated by grade point average and difficulty of courses taken), and leadership, community service, and a short essay.
CLICK HERE for Application

March 29, 2019
 For the Tri-Cities Girls Fast pitch Softball Association Scholarship application CLICK HERE for the PDF file

March 29, 2019
2019 JaSonte’ Allen Medsker (JAM) Scholarship
-The JAM scholarship is open to female graduating high school seniors, who have overcome a hardship in life; financial, physical, or social barriers to complete high school. 
-A $1500.00 scholarship will be awarded. 
The scholarship award will be used for tuition, fees, books and/or technical training. 
- Applicant must submit an essay. 
- Applicant must submit a letter of recommendation from a teacher, employer, or a community organization leader.  Completed application, essay, letter of recommendation and transcripts will be submitted to WOW | P.O. Box 174 | Richland, WA 99352  -Application deadline: March 29, 2019. 
- Scholarship winner agrees to submit a recent photo. 
- Scholarship will be awarded upon proof of school registration & class schedule.  All awards that are not redeemed within one year, will be nullified. 
​- Any questions should be addressed to 
For Application PDF file and more information CLICK HERE

March 29, 2019
FIDM National Scholarship Competition
More than 30 scholarships will be awarded, including eight full one-year scholarships for the following majors:

  • Merchandising & Marketing
  • Beauty Marketing & Product Development 
  • Fashion Design
  • Graphic Design
  • Interior Design
  • Social Media
  • Visual Communications
  • Merchandise Product Development
  • Apparel Industry Management

All entries must be postmarked by March 29, 2019.
CLICK HERE to apply

March 31, 2019
Marsden Scholarship
Scholarship for someone who demonstrates exceptional academic potential and who feels a top college is financially out of reach. That student may qualify for $30,000 over four years as a Marsden Scholar. One of the most generous scholarships in the Northwest, the Marsden Scholarship is available for any accredited institution and is renewable with satisfactory progress toward a degree. 

CLICK HERE to apply and for more information

March 31, 2019
Cirkledin Live Forever Scholarship
No Minimum GPA requirement and no long essay to write. Just sign up and apply! 

  • Create a FREE Student Cirkled In account
  • Apply to the scholarship in 3 easy steps
  • Increase your chances of winning by completing your portfolio

CLICK HERE to apply

March 31, 2019
CCHPS Scholarship Committee
The Columbia Chapter of the Health Physics Society is proud to announce a scholarship award of $1,000 to a student in a health physics-related educational path at an accredited institution. Eligible fields of study include, but are not limited to: radiation protection; nuclear engineering; x-ray/nuclear medicine; or health physics certification.
Scholarship funds will be deposited to an account at the applicant’s college
CLICK HERE to apply

March 31, 2019
University Washington STARS in Engineering Scholarship
STARS scholars' performance has been comparable to - and often better than - the general pre-engineering population in prerequisite courses such as Calculus and General Chemistry. STARS scholars' mean cumulative GPA is 3.42, compared with 3.24 for non-STARS pre-engineers.
Eligibility Requirements:

  • Incoming first-year student at the University of Washington, Seattle campus
  • Washington State resident and graduate of a Washington high school
  • Eligible for financial aid
  • Indicated an engineering major or computer science as first choice major on the UW application

CLICK HERE to apply online
CLICK HERE for the Program website

April 5, 2019
Miss Tri-Cities Scholarship Program
The Miss Tri-Cities Scholarship Program invites all who are interested in participating as a Teen or Miss Contestant, as a Little Sister, as an Ambassador, or becoming a volunteer to the informational meeting, March 16, 2019 from 1-3 p.m. at the Benton PUD Auditorium, 2721 Tenth Avenue, Kennewick, Washington 99336.  For the Miss Program, contestants must be between 17 and 25 years of age and a graduate of high school prior to the 2020 state competition. Miss applicants can be no older than 25 years of age as December 31, 2020. For the teen program, the contestants must be no younger than 13 years and cannot be older than 17 before July 31, 2020 and not a graduating senior. More than $35,000 in scholarships were awarded in 2018. 

CLICK HERE to apply online
Find Miss Tri-Cities on Facebook or call 509 539-3252

April 5, 2019
WSU FarmHouse Foundation Scholarship
The Washington State chapter of FarmHouse Fraternity is offering three scholarships in the amount of $500, $300 and $300 to all incoming freshmen to Washington State University. FarmHouse’s motto is “Builder of Men” and we look to reward incoming students that demonstrate qualities of a FarmHouse Member. This scholarship is not gender specific.
Applicants for the scholarship are required to submit the following:
1. Completed Application
2. High School Transcript
3. Two Letters of Recommendation
Submit the following applications by April 5th, 2019 by mail and/or email (if by email, submit to both email addresses):


April 12, 2019
Tri-Cities Football Officials Association Scholarship
Every year, the officials who work your school’s games at all levels set aside a portion of their game fees to award a scholarship to at least one outstanding senior football player. For over 35 years our association has been presenting at least one $500 award each year for a worthy graduating senior to use towards his college education. The athletes need to submit a short application to be considered.

The criteria for the scholarship are straightforward. The student needs to be a senior who played football during his senior year at one of the schools that our association services. It is not necessary that they be one of the star players on the team. Rather, we look to financial need, leadership as evidenced by participation in sports or community service, sportsmanship and well rounded academic performance.
CLICK HERE for application 

April 15, 2019
Richland Education Foundation - Alkire Math and Science Memorial Scholarship
REF will be offering this scholarship to RHS students.  Applicants must be current seniors and plan to begin post-secondary education in a math or science degree program at an accredited institution in the fall of 2019.  This award is a merit-based award that considers academics, commitment to a math or science career and participation in school and community.
CLICK HERE for application

April 15, 2019
Richland Education Foundation - First Generation College Student Scholarship
Applicants must be current seniors in the Richland School District and the first-generation college students who might otherwise not be in a position to continue their education.  The successful applicant(s) have a plan to attend a 2 and/or 4 year accredited college or university.  This $1000 award will be given based upon a minimum of a 2.7 GPA and evidence of participation in school activities, community service and/or family obligation. Scholarship may be renewable for up to 4 years based on maintaining a 2.7 or higher GPA.  
CLICK HERE for Application

April 15, 2019
Richland Education Foundation - Elsie M. Fleming Memorial Scholarship Application
This $1000 scholarship is for a hard-working RHS student who has struggled with neurological or physical health difficulties in life.  While academic achievement will be considered the primary consideration is evidence of strong work ethic while facing physical challenge. Applicants must plan to attend an accredited vocational, technical or academic institution in the state of Washington in the Fall of 2019.
CLICK HERE for Application

April 15, 2019
Richland Education Foundation - Trey Scott Memorial Scholarship
This $1,000 scholarship is for a hard-working student who has struggled with neurological or physical health difficulties in life.  Applicants must have plans to attend a post high-school, accredited vocational, technical or academic institution. Trey Scott was born with Congenital Heart problems. Additionally at age 3, he developed Pulmonary Hypertension, a lung Disease with no cure.  Even though, his lung disease was severe he still attended school, played violin in the orchestra, volunteered in the community, and sometimes was able to enjoy tennis. Trey’s dream was to graduate as a Bomber, which he accomplished in 2012.
CLICK HERE for Application

April 15, 2019
Richland Education Foundation - Dr. Richard Semler Superintendents's Scholarship
Applicants must be current seniors in the Richland School District and plan to begin study in the fall of 2019 leading toward a bachelor’s degree in math, science or the arts (visual or performing)This $1200 award will be given based upon completion of high school courses connected to math, science or the arts, outside activities, and the student’s strong desire to be a future leader.
CLICK HERE for Application

April 19, 2019
The $3,000.00 Merle Kirkley Merit Scholarship Award is a competitive merit-based scholarship program designed to provide financial support for Washington State high school students planning to obtain a post-secondary education. Applicants must demonstrate that their intent is to major, or obtain a certificate in, a field relating to educational facility planning and design. Fields related to educational facility design include (but are not limited to): school planning, architecture, civil/structural/mechanical/electrical engineering, product services and construction management. The entire scholarship submission requirements will be accepted by submitting via email by 5:00 p.m. on April 19, 2019.​

  • High School transcript through the winter quarter [current year]..
  • Name of institution you will attend with an accredited certificate or 4-year degree program
  • A completed Merle Kirkley Merit Scholarship Award Application Form (Form "A")
  • A completed Merle Kirkley Merit Scholarship Commitment Form (Form "B")
  • A completed Merle Kirkley Merit Scholarship Award Essay Form (Form "C")
  • Copy of college application(s) and/or acceptance letter(s)
  • Two letters of character recommendation (encouraged but not required)

CLICK HERE to apply

April 19, 2019
Bomber Boosters is a local group of volunteers that focus on raising funds in support of RHS activities and students.  They are a very active group and do great things for our students.  They are offering several scholarships with varying amounts with this one application.  Please complete the application and submit to Mrs. Parker at the front desk per the instructions on the bottom of the application.  The committee will evaluate and send notice to the winners as soon as possible.  
CLICK HERE for the application

April 19, 2019
Richland High School (RHS) Senior Class Applicants:
RHS Club 40 is proud to sponsor five (5) $1,000 scholarships for deserving RHS seniors graduating in 2019.  These awards are made in honor of the memory of Ray Conley (’46 RIP), Don Richey (’47 RIP), and Pete Overdahl (’60 RIP).  Club 40 membership is made up of Richland High School (formerly Columbia High School) alumni who graduated 40 years ago or more.
 Applications will be evaluated based upon financial need, extracurricular activities, academic achievement, and service or work outside the school environment.   The four criteria are weighted equally in selecting the recipients.
 Applications, complete with unofficial transcript, must be returned to from the Richland High School Work Based Learning Coordinator, Mr. Jelinek no later than Friday, April 19, 2019.
Informational Letter HERE,  Scholarship Application HERE, Extracurricular Activities Sample Format HERE, Community Volunteer Experience Sample Format HERE,  Certificate of Enrollment Form HERE

April 19, 2019
The Links Scholarship
The Tri-Cities (WA) Chapter of The Links, Incorporated, herein after referred to as The Tri-Cities Links, (a local not-for-profit women’s service organization) is accepting applications for scholarships from students in the Tri-Cities and surrounding areas. The scholarships are targeted for local African American high school seniors or those of African descent pursuing higher education.  CLICK HERE FOR SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION

April 26, 2019
Yakima Federal Savings Scholarship
Yakima Federal Savings and Loan will be awarding 2 scholarships of $2,000 to RHS Students.  Applicants must have a 3.5 cumulative grade point average nad have demonstrated high moral character, industriousness, and ambition during their high school career.  Also required with the application is a one-page essay outlining future plans, academic honors, extracurricular activities, work history, and reasons they qualify for selection.  All RHS applications are to be submitted to Mr. Jelinek before 1:30pm on 4/26/2019 in the Career Center.  
APPLICATION COMING SOON - Get started on your essay!!!

April 29, 2019
Washington Pointe Pest Control Scholarship
Pointe Pest Control is offering a great scholarship opportunity for students. It is a "Pay it Forward' scholarship in which students are encouraged to do good for someone else. You can read more about the application and requirements on their website. The scholarship is $750 and is available for high school seniors in Washington to apply for.

April 30, 2019
Hollywood Lights, Inc. Theatre Scholarship
Hollywood Lights, Inc. will be selecting one current high school senior in both Oregon and Washington to receive a $5,000.00 college scholarship. We are looking for students who have a passion for theatre and want to further their knowledge and skills to pursue a theatrical related career. Both public and private school students are eligible for the scholarship opportunity.

Theatrical Studies:

  • Acting
  • Musical Theatre
  • Lighting Design
  • Technical Theatre


  • You must currently be a high school senior.
  • You must reside in either Oregon or Washington.
  • You must be on track to graduate in 2019.
  • You must currently be enrolled in at least one theatre/drama class or attend an after-school theatre program.
  • You must have plans to pursue theatrical related studies throughout college.

CLICK HERE to apply

May 1, 2019
Richland Education Association
REA is giving out ten (10) $1000 scholarships - to be used for tuition and fees and paid directly to winners’ school of choice. 
Application Criteria:
   - Applicants must be a dependent of an REA member (active, retired, or deceased)
   - Applicants must be a high school senior or a college student (current or prospective)
   - Applicants must plan to attend an accredited post-secondary college, university, technical/vocational institute or trade school
CLICK HERE for application

May 10, 2019
Building Industry Association of Washington (BIAW) Scholarship
The Building Industry Association of Washington (BIAW) is the voice of the housing industry in Washington with nearly 8,000 member companies, employing over 200,000 workers, making BIAW the largest trade association in the state.
Who Should Apply?

  •  Washington state residents only
  • Students who will be applying to any Washington state accredited community, vocational/technical college, or university
  • Students who can demonstrate a need for additional funding to complete their programs in a construction industry-related field of study

​For more information and the application CLICK HERE

May 10, 2019
Building Industry Scholarship
The Building Industry Association of Washington (BIAW) is proud to announce its  2019 BIAW 
Scholarship and Grant applications are now available.
BIAW recognizes continuing education as a core principle in the support and sustainability of the 
home building industry, and as such, offers more than $20,000 in  scholarships and  grants for 
Washington state students or programs supporting construction industry-related fields.
Since the  scholarship's inception in 2001, BIAW has awarded hundreds of scholarships for thousands 
of dollars to students who have selected home building as their life's work.
New this year is a Grant application for schools and organizations requesting funding for programs 
in a construction industry-related field of study (including but not limited to: construction 
career training, continuing education, apprenticeship programs, skills assessment programs.)
2019 Student Scholarship applications or SchooVOrganization Grant applications can be found online 
at or can be requested at
Scholarship or Grant applications must be postmarked by May 10, 2019.
Application online HERE 

May 31, 2019
Balanced Man Scholarship
The Washington Alpha chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon would like to extend an opportunity for incoming male freshman to Washington State University for the 2019 – 2020 school year. Attached to this email is Sigma Phi Epsilon’s Balanced Man Scholarship application.
The purpose of this scholarship is to reward men who excel as gentlemen, athletes, scholars, and leaders. Winners of the balanced man scholarship can receive up to $1,000. Our fraternity achieved the highest fall GPA on Greek row, surpassing all sororities’ and multicultural organizations, with the closest fraternity average coming in at .4 points behind.  Although this scholarship is sponsored by a fraternal organization, no applicant is required to join Sigma Phi Epsilon, or participate in any IFC recruiting events.   THE SCHOLARSHIP CAN BE FOUND AT:

June 30, 2019
The Recovery Village Health Care Scholarship
A $1,000 award will be given to a student pursuing a health-related degree program. Areas of study that will be considered include, but are not limited to, counseling, social work, emergency medicine, pre-med, nursing, psychology (with a focus on addiction counseling or a substance-abuse related field).
Applicants must submit an essay no more than 500 words describing why they are passionate about health care, with a focus on substance abuse and mental health. Essays can draw from personal or professional experience.

  • Amount: $1,000
  • Deadline: June 30, 2019
  • One-time award


Deadline date not available yet
Miss Washington USA
Over $60,000 in cash, scholarships and prizes was awarded to last year's Miss Washington Teen USA and the rest of the participants shared in nearly $315,000! Entrants must be single, never married nor have given birth to a child, a U.S. citizen and is at least a three-month resident of Washington. They must also be at least 14 years of age and under 19 as of January 1st, 2020 to quality this year.  If you have any questions, please call and ask for a Delegate Coordinator at 253.271.6231 or email at




For over 40 years, the Ecology Youth Corps has hired Washington teens and young adults to pick up litter on our state's roads and highways. Our crews pick up more than a million pounds of litter each year, and recycle just under 200,000 pounds of materials. Learn more about this program, including how to apply for one of our 300 annual positions. Applicants mus be 14-17 years old on the first day of employment; have a Social Security card and be eligible to work in the United States. Application period opens 8:00 A.M Friday, February 1 2019. ALL applications will be accepted until 5:00 P.M Monday, April 1, 2019.

For more information CLICK HERE, for online application CLICK HERE or stop by at the career center to pick up a paper application 


Looking for individuals who are dedicated, hard-working, physically fit, self-motivated, willing to travel, and are drug-free. Minimum age requirement by the 2019 season is 18Competitive wages (D.O.Q) plus overtime. Entry level firefighters (FFT2) start at $16+ hr. Training will be available April & May, for NEW firefighters. Hiring is on a first come, first served basis. Positions are filling now.
For more information and to receive an application, please contract Dave: (509)301-8725
Informational Flyer CLICK HERE


Frenchtown Rural Fire District offers a Resident Firefighter program to young men and women who have graduated from High School and are motivated to help others and serve their communities.  Resident Firefighters live rent-free at one of seven fire stations in apartment style settings.  Resident shifts are on a rotating basis and are designed to allow members of the program to have a job or pursue a degree at the nearby University of Montana or Missoula College.  All Resident training and response obligations are during evening and weekend hours.  All training and certifications are provided free of charge in exchange for a two year commitment to the program.

Accepted candidates become trained and certified as Firefighter/EMTs through accredited training provided by the District.  All courses are taught in accordance with national and state recognized standards which allows the Resident to pursue a career throughout the country.  Individuals having a desire to become a career Firefighter or EMT will discover that the training and experience they receive in our program will put them ahead of their competition.  

To get contact information  and see flyer please CLICK HERE


Application Portal open December 15 to February 28, 2019

Area Health Education Center at Eastern Washington University

Offers paid summer internships for high school students interested in exploring a variety of careers in the health care field. The internships are up to four weeks in length for 20 hours per week pending site availability. Inters are paid $1000 for successful completion of the entire internship.

  • Be a junior or senior
  • Have a minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.0
  • Comply with state workplace requirements
  • Undergo a Washington State Patrol background check
  • Have or obtain a social security number by the application deadline


GET AIR TRI-CITIES                                                  (POSTED 12/11/2018)


Great job opportunity for 15 year olds and up.  The cost is nearly $200 to get certified and all equipment to get the job, but upon successful completion of certification and work, the Lacrosse Club will reimburse you those costs.  Here is a DETAILED INSTRUCTIONfor application.


​YMCA YOUTH SPORTS SITE SUPERVISOR                                  (POSTED 9/25/2018)

YMCA of the Greater Tri-Cities  
 JOB TITLE:  Youth Sports Site Supervisor    REPORTS TO:  Youth Sports Director FLSA TYPE:  Non-Exempt      POSITION TYPE: Part-Time SALARY RATE: Minimum Wage- $11.50    DATE REVISED:  6/2018 
 General Function:  To set up and supervise the youth sports activity within YMCA guidelines and to maintain the gym/field facilities in accordance with facility guidelines. 
 Qualifications & Experience: • Specific knowledge of game rules and sports activity • Must be at least 16 years of age • Ability to transport sports gear to and from fields • Interest in and desire to work with Volunteers and youth • Possesses good communication skills  • Ability to perform physical activities o Be able to lift 40 lbs, Be able to stand up to 95% of the day 
 Principle Activities: • Provide game rule enforcement • Responsible for game equipment • Attend and support planned activities (games, clinics, training events, etc.) • Assist in teaching specific sports skills (as needed) • Report injuries, cancellations, etc. to Youth Sports Director following games • Responsible for the conduct of the total site area; game, volunteers and parents • Follow safety procedures and guidelines • Follow policies set forth by the YMCA • Demonstrate and interpret YMCA philosophy to players, parents, and coaches • Set up and take down field/gym for games • Meet with both coaches before each game to discuss any problems, ground rules, etc. • Know and enforce YMCA rules of the sport • Stop play when necessary and explain violations consistently and fairly • Alert coaches when play is too rough, or a player needs to be cooled off • Communicate problems or concerns to Youth Sports Director • Communicate information from Youth Sports Director to parents, coaches, and players • Use positive public relations when dealing with concerns from parents and coaches 
 For employment application visit the website at or email
Or come into the Richland office located at 1234 Columbia Park Trail open 9am-6pm. 

YMCA SACC ASSISTANT                                                             (POSTED 9/25/2018)

​YMCA of the Greater Tri-Cities
JOB TITLE:  SACC Program Assistant                                                                    REPORTS TO:  SACC Site Coordinator
FLSA TYPE:  Non-Exempt                                                                                         POSITION TYPE: Part-Time
SALARY RATE: Minimum Wage                                                                             DATE REVISED:  8/2015
Provide direct supervision of a group of children at a School-Age Child Care (SACC) site under the direction of a lead staff or higher.
Be sixteen years of age or older
Current first-aid/CPR training
Food Handler Permit
TB Test (up 12 months prior to employment)
YMCA Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) certification required*
Bloodborne Pathogens (HIV/Aids) Training*
Cleared Portable Background Check including fingerprints if required by DEL
Orientation Checklist completed and signed*
 Must be able to meet state licensing requirements for child care workers
*Provided by the YMCA

  • Candidate must possess a positive attitude, be able to follow through on directions and relate to children in a positive manner. 
  • Physical Requirements
    • Be able to lift 40 lbs
    • Be able to stand up to 95% of the day
    • Perform all activities with children (e.g. sit on the floor, run, jump, bend, kneel, etc.)
    • Participate in cleaning activities such as sweeping, mopping, wiping, etc.
    • Must possess the hearing and visual capabilities in order to supervise the children
  • Program assistants must have the understanding, ability, physical health, emotional stability and good judgment to meet the needs of the children in care.


  1. Helps supervise a group of children.
  2. Helps to plan and implement program activities that are culturally relevant and developmentally appropriate.
  3. Maintains safety and cleanliness standards.
  4. Attends staff meetings and trainings.
  5. Follows YMCA policies and procedures, including those related to medical and disciplinary situations, child abuse prevention and emergencies.
  6. Maintains positive relations with parents and other staff.
  7. Focus on specific safety and risk management practices to assure safe programs and facilities.
  8. Program assistants under eighteen years of age must not be left in charge of a group of children and may care for children only under direct, visual or auditory supervision by a lead staff or higher.
  9. Program assistants eighteen years of age or older may have sole responsibility for a child or group of children for a brief period of time when there is a lead staff on the premises.

This position is responsible for following YMCA policies and procedures to work with both staff and customers to assure that the School-Age Child Care program of the YMCA of the Greater Tri-Cities operates in a smooth and professional manner.
To apply please contact:
​For employment application visit our website at  Or come into our Richland office located at 1234 Columbia Park Trail open 9am-6pm. 

YMCA SCHOOL-AGE CHILD CARE                                                (POSTED 9/24/2018)

The YMCA School-Age Child Care (SACC) program provides elementary school children with a safe and fun place to be, before and after school. We operate in the Gyms and cafeterias of 12 Kennewick elementary schools. On a typical week we provide care on M,T,TH,F from 6:30am-8:30am & 3pm-6pm and on Wednesdays from 6:30am-8:30am &1:45pm-6pm. We also provide care on half days and no school days (excluding national holidays). 

Job Title: SACC Site Coordinator Schedule: Split Shift M-F Salary Range: $12-$15 per Hour Requirements: Must be 21 years of age or older 30 or more college credits. Child Development or related field preferred  Must be able to meet state licensing requirements for child care workers (or willing to get): Current First Aid/CPR Training  STARS 20-hour basic training  TB test (up to 12 months prior to employment)  Cleared Portable Background Check including fingerprints if required by DEL  Bloodborne Pathogens (HIV/Aids) Training  Food Handlers Permit Experience working with children in an organized setting  
Job Title: SACC Lead Staff Schedule: Split Shift M-F Salary Range: Minimum Wage - $12.00 per Hour Requirements:  Must be able to meet state licensing requirements for child care workers (or willing to get)  Current First Aid/CPR Training  STARS 20-hour basic training  TB test (up to 12 months prior to employment)  Cleared Portable Background Check including fingerprints if required by DEL  Bloodborne Pathogens (HIV/Aids) Training  Food Handlers Permit  
For more information, please contact Brianna or Kari at 509-374-1908. For employment application visit our website at  Or come into our Richland office located at 1234 Columbia Park Trail open 9am-6pm.  

​​​TRICK OR TREAT ON THE TRAIL [OCTOBER 27TH, 2018]                          (POSTED 9/24/2018)

Every year, the Saturday before Halloween we put on a fun, family Halloween event with our very own YMCA healthy twist. Families who join us for Trick-or-Treat on the Trail will enjoy an exciting family hike up Badger Mountain while dressed up in their favorite costumes! Children of all ages trick-or-treat for healthy goodies along the trail. After the Halloween hike, families stick around to enjoy our Harvest Party which includes games and activities for the whole family to enjoy! This is a FREE event made possible by community sponsors.
YMCA is looking for Volunteers to either hike the trail and pass out goodies at the stations, or help with the harvest party games and activities. We are needing around 50 volunteers to arrive 7am-1pm to help with set up and clean up. Please contact Kari at with names and t-shirt size if interested.