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Scholarships- Glide/Roseburg Community
 
 

Scholarships- Glide/Roseburg Community
 
 

Glide Education Association 

May 19th, 2022 by 4:00pm to counseling center

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 

 

 
Glide Booster Club
Due date: May 24, 2022
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
 
Judy Spurgeon Memorial Scholarship
 Scholarship will be due May 19th, 2022.
The Judy Spurgeon Memorial scholarship is now available. Judy was a 1963 graduate of Glide High School. After graduation Judy went on to fulfill her dream of becoming a Registered Nurse and served in that profession for 40 years. Much of that time was spent as a valued member of Providence St Vincent’s cardiac surgery team in Portland. Judy passed away on May 18th, 2021 and to recognize her life and contributions her family and friends have established a one-time scholarship in her honor. The award will be for a minimum of $500.  Preference will be given to students planning to enter the nursing or health care fields.  Please click HERE to download the application.
 
 
The Glide General Scholarships
Due May 26th by 4:00pm
This is a conglomeration of different scholarships that will use the same application form. The scholarships inluded in this application are:
Glide High School Staff- This scholarship is awarded to the student who most exemplifies the qualities teachers look for in students- hard work, ethics, participation and respectfulness. The amount of this award varies.
Hanna Foundation- this scholarship is awarded to one student from each school in the county and is intended to go toward students who have contributed toward their schools. This amount of this award is $500 (there may be multiple winners of this)
Glide Garden Club-This scholarship is specifically for students planning on attending UCC. It is intended to go towards the purchase of books. The award is for $500
The Jack Jouvenant Memorial- This scholarship is in honor of Jack Jouvenant who donated funds for the advancement of Glide High School students through scholarships. The amount of the award could be up to $5,000. Or it could be broken into multiple smaller awards.
All of these scholarships can be applied for by completing the application HERE. Please include 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

9th-12th Grade yearly timeline

Please click HERE to view a timeline for 9th grade-12 grade and what students will need to do to keep on track to graduate and be successful in their time at Glide High School
 
 

It’s a Plan-  Senior Check list

September checklist
-Students should explore careers that they may be interested in and what education it would take for them to get there
-Students should create a list of at least five colleges with deadline information
-Testing dates should be advertised
-Students should be reviewing transcripts to make sure they have the classes that they need to apply to college
-Students should also learn about the FAFSA process
October checklist
-Encourage students to make a list of their school and work experience to create a sample resume
-Students should be writing personal essays, using college or scholarship application essay prompts
-Make a list of activities and awards that you have received
-Narrow down your list of colleges and go on tours
Fill out your FAFSA 
November checklist
-Help students to narrow their college choices; encourage students to always have a backup plan
-Hold field trips to visit colleges or attend college fairs
-Remind students to add all of the schools where they plan to apply to the FAFSA
-Remind students to keep track of deadlines and gather the information they will need to apply to college, the FAFSA and/ or scholarships
-Encourage students to complete the FAFSA if they haven’t done so already, as well as other financial aid and scholarships
-Check email regularly as this is the main way that most colleges will communicate with students
December checklist
-Meet with current college students as well as alumni to see what college is really like
-Create an OSAC profile and search for scholarships to apply to
-Use winter break to catch up on any lingering details in the college application process
-Make sure that to include ALL of the information necessary on applications
-Also meet with parents of college students to find out about the transition process to college and what you should expect
January checklist
-If male make sure to register with the selective service within 30 days of turning 18. If they do not do this they will not be eligible for federal financial aid
-Make any changes that need to be made to the FAFSA by March 15th
-Update your OSAC profile and continue to fill out application forms
-Update your list of scholarships and apply to the ones that have upcoming deadlines
February checklist
-Research what the college what immunizations the college that you would like to attend require
-If necessary get caught up on all immunizations
-Finish writing and editing all scholarship application essays
-Apply to as many scholarships as possible
-Attend college preview days in order to get to know the campus and the people
-Make any necessary changes to your FAFSA by March 15th
March checklist
-Colleges look at second semester grades don’t start slacking off
-Stay involved with extracurricular activities and take advantage of other experiences
-Apply for summer enrichment programs, internships, or jobs
-Make plans for college orientation in the summer
April checklist
-Acceptance letters should be coming in the mail
-Share your acceptances with counselors, parents, and friends
-FAFSA and financial aid letters should be coming shortly after
-Make your final decision on which school you will be attending
-Compare the size, location, cost, and extracurricular activities
May checklist
-Check if your college requires a placement test. If it does, arrange to take it as soon as possible while it is still on your mind
-Make sure that you are prepared for what is coming next
-Figure out what to bring and create a budget as a way to track your expenses
Scholarships- Outside glide/roseburg 
 

Scholarships- Outside glide/roseburg 
 

 
KURU Live Your Dreams Scholarship 2022 
Who are we?
KURU Footwear is driven to design and develop footwear that performs at the highest level while empowering you to get out and go chase your dreams. Our founder decided that he wanted to start a shoe company in 5th grade, and his dream became a reality when he launched KURU in 2008. This scholarship was created to empower students to follow their dreams, much like our founder.
We are offering our $1,000 Live Your Dreams Scholarship 2022 to one undergraduate student who has a 2.5 GPA and is entering any field of study at an accredited college or university for the Fall 2022 semester.
Full eligibility requirements are included below:
  • Be a US citizen or Permanent Legal Resident of the United States
  • Be an incoming undergraduate freshman, sophomore, junior, or senior entering the Fall 2022 semester
  • Have a minimum 2.5 GPA
  • Be enrolled full-time at an accredited college or university for the Fall 2022 semester
  • Submit a 300–500 word essay answering the following question: “What are your career aspirations and what would it mean to you to win this scholarship?”
  • All fields of study are eligible
See our application for more information: https://www.kurufootwear.com/scholarship.
 
Questions? Feel free to reach out to me and I would be happy to answer any questions you have.
 
 
 
2022 Oregon Girls Sports Leadership Summit
Developing Winning Learners and Leaders 
Saturday, May 7th 2022
9am - 3pm
at Oregon Episcopal School 
Registration limited to the first 500 
***click HERE to register for this FREE summit*** 
We're back and we're LIVE IN PERSON!  The annual Oregon Girls Sports Leadership Summit is so excited to announce its return for the fifth year in a row. The OGSLS was designed to give female student-athletes with an interest in leadership the same emphasis on instruction, encouragement, and practice that we give athletes before asking them to compete. Asking student-athletes to be leaders without preparing them for the responsibility is unfair. Often, much is expected of our leaders, but seldom do we intentionally teach them the necessary skills in order for them to succeed. This amazing opportunity is recommended for all female student-athletes in grades 9-12 and is sure to be an exciting, jam-packed event! Over the course of the day we will celebrate the history of Title IX, enjoy keynote motivational speakers, and collaborate in break-out sessions that will include hot button topics like... Defining my leadership style, What are my values as a leader? and Where will sports help take me in my future?  Students will  “Explore” what it takes to be a leader, “Connect” with their peers, “Commit” to leadership, and “Create” their own leadership style. This (free of charge) summit WILL fill up fast and we're limited to 500, so hurry and act now!  Register HERE 
 
Student Scholarships
There are many Scholarships available on this site that change on a regular basis. This is a great way to get more scholarships that just the ones offered in the counseling center. please visit this website to apply: https://studentscholarships.org/2021scholarships.php
 
 
 
 

 
 

Upcoming event at Umpqua Community College:

On Friday, May 13, 2022, The Art and Humanities Showcase will give participants an overview of selected Arts and Humanities programs at UCC. Four sessions will offer small groups the opportunity to meet faculty and take part in hands-on learning activities. They will also come away with information on how to begin their own creative path to the future through classes at UCC. This event is free and open to all, ages 14 and up. No registration necessary, but registration is good if participants want to take part in the lunch. 

 

To participate in the Showcase, guests need to show up at Centerstage Theatre in Whipple Fine Arts Center at 9:00 am. See attached for more information.

 

Sessions will be:

Visual Arts: Meet Susan Rochester, Associate Professor of Visual Art at UCC, and Kindra Neely, graduate of Roseburg High School, Umpqua Community College, and Savanna College of Art and Design. Kindra is the author of Numb to This, a graphic novel published by Little, Brown. Kindra will lead a workshop in creating line sensitivity in drawing.

 

Journalism: Meet Melinda Benton, Associate Professor of Communications at UCC. She will lead a session in how to create vivid writing and the importance of storytelling as a career skill.

 

Music: Meet Jason Heald, Associate Professor of Music at UCC. The Umpqua Singers will perform, and then participants will take part in an interactive rhythmic workshop.

 

Theatre: Meet Christina "Chryss" Allaback, Assistant Professor of Theatre at UCC. She will lead participants in an improvisation workshop. 

Job Opportunities 

 
Coos Bay Fire Department- Student firefighter program. 
 
The Pacific Inside Electrical JATC, an electrical apprenticeship program that covers Coos, Curry, Western Douglas, Western Lane, and Lincoln counties. Our program is run by the Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee (JATC), which is comprised of equal representatives from labor and management. We have three apprenticeship programs: 
1) Inside Electrician (4 year program with 8,000 “On the Job” training hours)
2)Limited Residential Electrician (2 year program with 4000 “On the Job " training hours)
3)Voice-Data-Video (VDV) Technician/Installer (3 year program with 6000 “On the Job” training hours) Apprentices receive skills while training “on the job” as well as attending trade related classroom training during their apprenticeship.  Apprenticeship offers individuals an opportunity to “earn while they learn.”  Careers in the skilled electrical trades are very respectable and are one of the few living wage jobs in our Oregon Coast region.

Peterson Cat Think BIG 2021

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

 Roseburg Forest Products - job opportunities  

We are NOW HIRING for multiple mill production positions. Hourly wages start at over $20/hour after 60 days. Excellent benefits package!

 

Apply online at roseburg.com/careers

For more information please contact: Ciara White (Dillard Locations): 541-679-2559

Karrie Rodgers (Riddle Plywood) 541-464-7046

Amber Hughes (Riddle Engineered Wood) 541-784-4082

Debbie Graham (Coquille Plywood) 541-396-7406

Want an INSTANT INTERVIEW with us?? Join us at our Instant Interview Event!! Date/Time: Friday March 18th 9AM-4PMLocation:  7 Feathers Hotel (Grape Room)We will have representation for all of our local Roseburg Facilities – Dillard Lumber, Dillard Plywood, Riddle Plywood & Riddle Engineered Wood. Other Resources


United States Naval Academy Summer StemThe 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.  
Southwestern Oregon Community College Foundation and Coos Art Museum announce VISION 2022, an art competition for high school students from throughout Southern Oregon. The show is scheduled for 25 February -15 April 2022. The first week of November, forms associated with VISION 2022 will be emailed to art educators and school principals. We encourage you to review the entire packet and consider participating. Best of Show, Second Place Overall, and Third Place Overall will receive a two-year tuition waver scholarship. 
 
UCC Police Reserve Academy
This academy trains students to enter into law enforcement. This is part a 288 hour, year long, 3 part sequence consisting of Police Skills I, Police Skills II, and Police Skills III, for a non-credit PRA Certification. These courses provide students with the foundational knowledge and skills applicable for entry into criminal justice fields to include Police Reserve positions, community Service Officer 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.
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