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UCC Police Reserve Academy
This academy trains students to enter into law enforcement. This is part a 288 hour, year long, 3 part seguwence consiting of Police Skills I, Police Skills II, and Police Skills III, for a non-credit PRA Certification. These courses provide studnets with the foundational knowledge and skills applicale for entry into criminal justice fields to include Police Reserve positions, community Service Ofiicer positions and volunteer services. Please click HERE for application details. 
 

UCC College Kick Start 

Juniors and Seniors- UCC has opened up a new opportunity that will allow you to take a class from UCC tuition free this summer or next fall. You will still be responsible for the fees and books, but the tuition would be waived. There is more information about the program at this website: https://www.umpqua.edu/collegekickstart  There is also a response form to participate at this address: https://www.umpqua.edu/collegekickstart/get-started?view=form If you would like further information please talk to Mr. Clair in the counseling center.
Scholarships- Glide/Roseburg Community
 

Scholarships- Glide/Roseburg Community
 

 
Glide Garden Club Scholarship 
Deadline: May 5th, 2021
The Glide Garden Club sponsors a $500 scholarship for a qualifying Glide High School graduating senior who plans to attend Umpqua Community College in the fall of the year in which he or she graduates.  The scholarship is designated specifically for the purchase of textbooks over the course of the school year and may include the purchase of supplies as required by instructors.
The student may enroll in any of the two-year degree programs, including pursuit in a vocational career or trade offered at U.C.C.  If the student intends to attend U.C.C. for a second year, he or she may again apply (along with the spring pool of applicants from G.H.S.) for the Glide Garden Club Scholarship the following spring by contacting the club at P.O. Box 681, Glide, OR 97443 by the first Monday in March.The due date for all materials to be turned into the counseling center is 4 pm on May 5th, 2021
For application and application instructions click links below.
 
Douglas Timber Operators Scholarship
Due date: May 7th by 5:00pm
Three $2500 Scholarships will be awarded to students who have the intention to major in a natural resources related field. The Douglas Timber Operators’ Scholarship Committee will select recipients. Applicants will be evaluated according to academic achievement, participation in school and community service activities, and a written personal statement by the applicant, student needs and letters of recommendation.The Douglas Timber Operators’ Scholarship Committee will schedule an interview with the finalists on a Saturday in May in Roseburg.  In case of an interview, each finalist will be asked to respond to specific questions and may be asked to clarify their responses to previously completed application form and written statement
Click HERE for application 
 
Roseburg Rotary Scholarship
Due date: May 7th 2021
The Roseburg Rotary Club will be offering high school seniors and Umpqua Community College students, seven (7) college scholarships for the 2021 summer-2022 spring term.  The $1,500.00 scholarships will be provided for 2021 graduates wishing to attend UCC, 2nd year UCC students or 2021 graduates wishing to attend other accredited colleges or universities. One (1) of the scholarships will be given to students based upon “Need” to a school of their choice in the amount of $1,000.00.  The scholarships may be used for tuition, fees, room and board or books. Awards may not be carried over into future years. Please get application in counseling office or HERE and Intro Letter HERE
 
Yasmin Treki Memorial Scholarship
Due Date: May 14th, 2021
A $5000 scholarship will awarded to a high school senior.  Applicants must have a 3.25 GPA and plan to attend an accredited four year college or university.  The scholarship is due May 14, 2021.  Please pick up application materials in the counseling office or click link below https://drive.google.com/file/d/1XsFi9tH4D2BbC3ay34mLgjJ52Mj37RdU/view?usp=sharing
 
Glide Booster Clud
Due date: May 12, 2021
The Glide Booster Club will be awarding 2 $500 scholarships this year. These scholarships will be granted to students from Glide High School. Preference will be given to students who have participated or helped with Booster Club activities. However, this is not a requirement. To apply please click HERE
 
Darrell Koeppen Memorial Scholarship/Grant
Due date: May 13th, 2021
Darrell Koeppen dedicated his life to kids and to helping them achieve their dreams.  Thirty-three of his thirty-five years as an educator were spent in the Glide School District as a teacher, coach, vice-principal, and in three principal positions--Deer Creek Elementary, Glide Junior High, and finally Glide High School.  Darrell was never slow to volunteer his time or to open his wallet if he could help kids, especially if there was a need outside the traditional venue.
The Darrell Koeppen Scholarship/Grant has been established to perpetuate his legacy of helping dreams come true.  One $1000 scholarship/grant will be awarded to the student with the biggest dream, the biggest need, and the biggest commitment to success.  The money can be used for tuition, fees, books, supplies, tools, transportation, rent, portfolio, private lessons, business expense, or any other need a student might find.  The key is, “What does the serious dreamer need in order to achieve his/her goal?” To apply for the grant please click HERE (The grant is used for non-traditional dreams- like opening a business, training outside “normal” colleges etc.) To apply for she scholarship please click HERE. The applications are due to Mr. Clair in the counseling center by 4pm on May 13th, 2021.
***applicants please keep in mind that there are 2 English teachers on the selection committee. Please have your application essays proofread and corrected. Although this is not always a determining factor, it can play a role.
 
Laurel Lodge #13 Masonic Lodge Memorial Scholarships
Due date: May 14 2021
there are four different scholarships award. First is for general studies or vocational, $1,000. Second is Level I which is for technical training. It may or may not be used to obtain an Associates Degree. Level I is for $3,000. Level II Scholarship is the third award for $4,250 and is for the pursuit of a Bachelors Degree. Only to be used by students seriously intent upon the completion of a stated field of study. The final scholarship is for a level III and is award only for those who have already obtained a Bachelor Degree. This is in hopes this scholarship will allow a student to obtain an advanced degree. This scholarship is for $6,000.  Please come to the counseling center for the scholarship application or find it HERE
 
Red Cross High School Scholarship Program
Due date May 14th, 2021
The scholarship program is available for high schools that host at least one
Red Cross blood drive during the year.Schedule Red Cross blood drives between July 1, 2021—June 30, 2022. In return for your efforts, the Red Cross will provide a monetary award to be used for an educational scholarship at establishments of higher education for a selected recipient(s).* The more pints of blood your high school collects, the more scholarship money your school is eligible to receive. Representatives from your school will determine the scholarship recipient(s) based on Red Cross recommended criteria. The scholarship will be awarded in the recipient’s name to the institution of higher education that the student will attend. Scholarship recipients will be encouraged
to continue to support the Red Cross by hosting a blood drive(s) while in college. The scholarship distribution process must be completed by the sponsoring high school. Forthcoming information will be provided to recipient schools. By participating in the American Red Cross High School Scholarship Program, your high school can help build a stronger community currently and for many years to come
 
Glide Education Association 
The Glide  Education Association- the local teachers union is proud to offer up to 3 scholarships to deserving students from Glide High School. One scholarship is in honor of and primarily funded by long term president and teacher in Glide: John Livingston, the second scholarship is Titled the Retired Teachers Scholarship and the third is a General GEA scholarship. Preference for children of GEA members will only be given in the case of a tie. To download the application click HERE. They are due to the counseling center by 4:00 on May 20th, 2021
Recruit HIPPO Program
High School Students: The Recruit HIPPO program has a $25 sign-on bonus for you! We’re here to help connect you with the world of work after high school. Simply sign-up, meet-up, get help with a resume, apply for an internship with us and you’ll get a $25 Amazon gift card. It’s a WIN-WIN strategy. For more information contact your Douglas Talent Advisor, Renee Vogel. You can text/call her at 541-900-4715 or email through Rvogel@scbec.org. You can also reach out to her on Facebook (recruit.hippo.douglas) or Instagram (recruit.hippo.douglas). Available to high school students ages 16 and up!
Recruit HIPPO offers assistance to youth in exploring career interests, creating a resume, and applying for jobs. We are a branch of South Coast Business and after graduation from High School we can offer training tuition scholarships, assistance with supplies to be work ready, and on-the-job trainings with local businesses. We are here to Help Individuals Pursue Professional Opportunities (HIPPO). 
 
Below is a link to help with registration. 
 
 
FAFSA- Free Application for Federal Student Aid
Deadline: Rolling, but as soon as possible
This is the application that every student planning to attend schooling beyond high school should complete. Through this application students discover their eligibility for federal aid (Pell grants, Student loans, Opportunity grants etc.). Although qualifying for the "free" money is income based, all students are recommended to complete the form. There are other State and local scholarships who ask/require information about the FAFSA. The application opens on October 1st each year and although there is no "due" date students should complete it before January 1st.. The form is available at www.fafsa.ed.gov
*If you need assistance filling out the form please do not hesitate to contact Mr. Clair in the counseling center or email him at cclair@glide.k12.or.us
**please note this is a free application you should never have to pay for anything in it. 
 
Scholarships- Outside glide/roseburg 

Scholarships- Outside glide/roseburg 

 
 
 
 
Numerous Outside Scholarships
The following list of scholarships were provided by Pacific University. The list includes over 300 scholarships and with the link and dues dates. Although this list is provided by Pacific University, the scholarships are not specific for Pacific.
 
Oregon State Scholarships
Available scholarships for state of Oregon: https://oregongearup.org/calendar/scholarship
 
ORNGA Scholarship
This scholarship is for members of the Oregon National Guard Association and/or their dependent children, or spouses. Students that might be interested, can learn more through here.
 
 
International Air and Hospitality Academy
There are a few scholarship available that offer up to $13,500 in scholarships. Each of these programs are designed with input from industry experts to ensure graduates are meeting the needs of their employers with the right technical, safety, and soft skills. Some of the features that make our programs so appealing include: hands on training, career placement assistance, affordable tuition, and student housing and financial aid. Some of these programs include Airline/Travel Specialist, Culinary Arts, Wind Turbine and Telecom Technician and Railroad Operations. To learn more about these and other opportunities please come to the counseling center for more information,
 
 
Scholars App 2020-2021
Mission is so send 1 million more students to College by 2025 through streaming the scholarship process for students and scholarship providers. We strongly believe that all students who have driven and determination to go to college deserve to have equal opportunities to find and apply for scholarships they can qualify for, And by creating a safe inline platform for students and donors to connect, we ensure that all scholarships money gets distributed. 
If you are interested, please see Mrs. Coke in the counseling center for a list of scholarships.
 
Student scholarships 
This website has a variety of scholarships and is frequently updated with new scholarships. This is good site to look for specialty scholarships. Please remember NEVER PAY FOR A SCHOLARSHIP application. If they ask for money to apply talk to Mr. Clair before doing anything. The web address is https://www.studentscholarships.org Due dates are rolling with all of the scholarships listed on the site- one is probably due today!
 
 
Oregon Jaycee Foundation
The foundation will award up to $2,000 in scholarships to several graduating Oregon high school seniors in the Class of 2021. The amount of the scholarship is a one-time grant. The final selection of a recipient will be based on the following criteria: leadership qualities, personal accomplishments and community service. Please click below link for application and application instructions
 
 
Bob Hasson Memorial Scholarship 
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).
 
You can help others become more alert by speaking out against the dangers of drug and alcohol abuse. All eligible high school seniors (see requirements below) may enter the Alert college scholarship essay contest. With each edition of Alert magazine, Golden West Publications awards a $500 college scholarship to the writer of the best drug and/or alcohol abuse-related essay that we receive for that state/region.
Eligibility:
  • You must currently be a senior in high school.
  • Your high school must be located in one of the following states: Alaska, Colorado, Idaho, Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Washington or Wyoming.
  • You must have a grade point average of 2.5 or better.
  • You must have plans to attend college after graduation (the college you will attend can be located in any state).
Requirements:
  • Write an essay about a personal encounter you or someone you know has had with drug and/or alcohol abuse. In your essay explain how the situation was dealt with, what you learned from it, what others can learn from the experience, and what was right or wrong (in your opinion) about the way the incident or problem was handled. Scholarship essays are judged in the same way that essays written for a high school English class would be: thesis statement, supporting content, grammar, punctuation, etc.
  • Essays must be typed, double-spaced, and 650–800 words in length.
  • Essays must include an official copy of your high school transcripts.
  • Essays must also include a recent photo. Scholarship winners will have their picture reprinted in our magazine along with their winning essay, so please send a good quality color photo (no blurry printouts).
  • No application is needed and there is no deadline, but you must meet the eligibility requirements and include all of the items listed above to be considered.


Senior Slide show

Senior Slide show

Below is the slide show that was presented at the Senior meeting on February 23rd.
 

Job Opportunities 

Coos Bay Fire Department- Student firefighter program. 
 
Students- If you are interested in Summer employment this is a great event for you to attend. Please call Renee Vogel to confirm you are planning to attend. The event is on April 23, 2021

Peterson Cat ThinkBIG 2021

Current opening with Peterson CAT as a cat dealer service tech. Click HERE for more information

Other Resources

 
United States Naval Academy Summer Stem
The United States Naval Academy Summer STEM
program is designed to encourage rising 9th-11th graders
to pursue a course of study in science, technology,
engineering and mathematics.
For one week, campers will create, build, and explore in
world-class lab facilities and experience real-life
application and learning at one of the Top 5 “Best
Undergraduate Engineering Programs” in the country,
as ranked by U.S. News and World Report.
*Scholarships available based on financial need

Douglas County Partners for Student Success (DCPSS)
Douglas County Partners for Student Success (DCPSS) and the Umpqua Valley STEAM Hub (UVSH) are committed to connecting children, families and educators with resources to build the skills needed to identify problems, visualize and create innovative solutions. DCPSS consists of community partners, each offering unique paths to support students’ social and economic stability.  DCPSS - Douglas County Partners Student Success newsletter.  
 
 
 
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