Learn More about our Scholarship.HOW TO APPLY
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Serving Spokane County for over 20 years, we have worked with thousands of families. Through that work, it has become clear how impactful family and the community that surrounds us is on our ability to achieve our goals and aspirations.
This year we are offering our first David J. Crouse & Associates Washington Family Scholarship in order to be even more a part of that community and family that supports students who are residents of Washington State. One scholarship of $2,000.00 is awarded to a graduating high school student. One scholarship of $2,000.00 is awarded to an existing college student. While this is a one-time scholarship, prior winners may re-apply for the college scholarship.
This scholarship will be awarded annually to a graduating student of any Washington high school and also one college student (which can be any college in the United States) who is a Washington State resident. This scholarship id designed for the student who desires to serve their community through joining the military, police, fire, or any other form of public service (medical, humanitarian, charitable, ministry, etc.). There is no preference to the form of public service intended. We look forward to helping two students each year to continue his or her education. David J. Crouse previously served in the United States Air Force, Washington Air National Guard and as a city police officer. He and the rest of the team here at David J. Crouse & Associates are excited to help someone else pursue their public service dream.
If you are a graduating Washington State high school student planning to enroll in college, or a college student (Washington State resident) who is planning to pursue a career in public service and are enrolled in a 2-5 year institution in 2017-2018, apply today for the $2,000 David J. Crouse & Associates Public Service Scholarship. Read the Instructions and Terms and Conditions for more eligibility information.
To apply, create a short (30-120 second) video telling us how you plan hope to better your community through service in the military, police, or another form of public service. Also, please tell us how continuing your education will help you achieve your goals! Upload your video to YouTube.
Fill out the application and include a link to your video on YouTube.
For detailed instructions on how to apply, read our Scholarship Instructions.
Applications are due June 1, 2017 for the 2017-2018 college year. For all future years, applications are due by May 1 for the following school year.
Ready to get started? Please read our scholarship Instructions and Terms and Conditions before proceeding.
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