Colin Reese Memorial Scholarship
Due Date: February 2
Offered to a currently enrolled student with junior or senior standing attending at least half time. The applicant must demonstrate academic interest and achievement in the study of political science, economics and/or political economy. The applicant should also demonstrate interest and involvement in the community through volunteer work, internships, paid employment or other means. Financial need will also be considered.
This scholarship was established in memory of Colin Reese, a 2003 Evergreen graduate whose goal was to explore options for a sustainable and more equitable economic system as a policy analyst or college educator.
- A letter of application addressing your qualifications and why you wish to be considered for the scholarship. Include a statement related to your financial need.
- Two letters of recommendation, at least one from current or recent faculty members and the other from an individual other than a family member who is familiar with your involvement in the community.
- Unofficial copies of Evergreen evaluations (see How to Apply #3C).
- FAFSA or WASFA (see How to Apply #4).