WSPMF Scholarship Program . . .
The Washington State Patrol Memorial Foundation (WSPMF) Scholarship Program is offering five renewable $1,000 scholarships per year (maximum of four years) to be used for tuition, fees, or books.
Who May Apply:
- Any contributing member of the WSPMF who is on active, retired or disability status with the Washington State Patrol, their spouse or their dependent child.
- Any surviving dependent of a WSP employee who was active, disabled or retired at the time of their death, who is a contributing member of the WSPMF. A surviving dependent is defined as the living spouse who was married to the decedent at the time of his/her death, and the decedent was active, disabled or retired, at the time of his/her death; surviving children is defined as a natural child(ren), step child(ren) or adopted child(ren) of decedent as defined above.
Awardees must be pursuing a university/college degree or vocational certification as an enrolled student. A dependent child must be at least a senior in high school to apply. Please see application packet for full details.
Applications will be screened by a non-departmental scholarship committee. They will be evaluated by the following criteria:
70% Financial Need/Essay
30% Answers to the Questionnaire
Completed applications must be received by the Memorial Foundation by April 3, 2017 by 5:00 pm, to be considered. Faxed or email documents will not be accepted.
Applications can be downloaded onlline at WSPMF Scholarship Application, or at any of the following locations:
Sharon Phillips – Memorial Foundation
If you have any questions, please contact Sharon Phillips at (360) 597-4411 in Vancouver or email her at Sharon@wspmf.org.