Our scholarship application opens October 15, 2015 and will close on January 15, 2016.
Download our 8½” x 11” color flyers (below) to share and promote the scholarship application. Designed for easy printing.
Online scholarship workshops are also available for students and educators who would like more insight into the Pride Foundation and the application process. Workshops are scheduled throughout the fall and listed below.
Please RSVP to Craig Williams, Educational Programs Officer to receive log-in details for the workshops. Please make sure to include your name and the workshop date and time in the email.
- No workshops are currently scheduled. Workshops are planned top start in October.
Since the program began in 1993, donors and volunteers have helped Pride Foundation award over $3.5 million to nearly 1,400 scholars – making it one of the largest LGBTQ scholarship programs in the country. In collaboration with our scholarship partners at the Greater Seattle Business Association, we are proud to support LGBTQ and straight ally students! Together, we offer over 50 different scholarships, but only one application to complete.
Students who have been stigmatized or isolated because of their sexual orientation or gender identity often lack critical family, financial, and community support. Too often individuals of great promise give up because they do not believe success is possible. The scholarship program works to address those issues.
Pride Foundation also recognizes students who may not identify as LGBTQ, but who have contributed to the LGBTQ community. These may be the children of LGBTQ parents, or just friends of our community that have demonstrated leadership in advancing LGBTQ equality.
If you need more information regarding this process, contact your area’s Regional Development Organizer. For general scholarship assistance or questions, please email our Educational Programs Officer or call or toll free at 1.800.735.7287.