January 15 to March 15 is the window to apply online at www.hafoundation.org for scholarships ranging from $200 to $7,500. In an effort to make money more accessible to Humboldt, Del Norte, and Trinity County students, Humboldt Area Foundation has made scholarships available through one easy-to-use online application. Students answer a few short questions online and the software sorts through over 100 scholarships and lets students know the scholarships for which they are eligible.
”We will be visiting regional high schools to ensure that all students have an opportunity to apply for scholarships offered through Humboldt Area Foundation,” stated Cassandra Wagner, program coordinator for Humboldt Area Foundation. “There are a wide range of scholarships available for students who are interested in attending vocational, community college and four-year universities. Students do not need a perfect GPA or high financial need to qualify for a scholarship. Scholarships offered through Humboldt Area Foundation are diverse and we encourage everyone to apply.”
To find out when Humboldt Area Foundation will be hosting a workshop at your school, please contact your high school counselor.
Through the generous support of the community, Humboldt Area Foundation was able to award over a half million dollars to over 383 students on the North Coast last year. For the past 40 years, scholarship funds have been created by your neighbors and local organizations to support students in the region.
For more information about scholarships, please contact Cassandra Wagner, program coordinator for Humboldt Area Foundation, at 707-442-2993 or e-mail email@example.com.
Vera Vietor brought Humboldt Area Foundation to life in 1972. Vera’s charitable spirit and commitment to our community has been echoed by thousands of our neighbors, whose gifts are working to educate, inspire, provide food and shelter, care for animals, protect our environment and provide leadership and problem solving to our region. Humboldt Area Foundation has given nearly $60 million in grants and scholarships and grown to over $78 million in total assets.