Scholarships & Opportunities
Click on the button above for access to a database filled with contact information and details on dozens of scholarships, volunteer opportunities and awards.
Other Useful Links
Scholarships.com's Scholarship Checklist
Spirit of Youth Bulletin: Planning for College
The Alaska Community Foundation: Scholarships for Alaskans
Anchorage School District's Financial Aid Guide
ASD Gifted Mentorship
Attention Sophomores and Juniors: Would you like to explore a career and earn credit? The Gifted Mentorship Program will begin accepting applications for the 2016-17 school year on March 1st, 2016. You must meet GPA, coursework, and standardized test score requirements to qualify. Students spend 45-60 hours with a mentor in their field of interest and complete various assignments, including a final project. Visit the program website for more information and the application
or contact the coordinator, Amber Jaasma.
Hundreds of colleges and universities have special programs for students who are the first in their families to attend post-secondary education. Visit the "I'm First" organization or see Susy for more information.
This training program provides students with excellent job skills and opportunities in the visitor industry, with specific focus as a tour guide for the Alaska Railroad. Interested? Attend the Information night at AK Railroad Depot on December 1st from 7-8pm.
Class is held Monday - Thursday during second semester from 3-5:30pm at KCC. Students selected to be Tour Guides will work full time during the summer. Applications due January 6, 2017 at 5pm. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.