Girl Scouts helps girls develop leadership skills, confidence and
experience taking action to make the world a better place. Did you
know that these same experiences also make Girl Scouts ideal
candidates for college scholarships? The listings below include
scholarships just for young leaders, Girl Scouts, and
award recipients. Discover your options and apply today!
Scholarships for all Girl Scouts
Girl Scouts of the USA has a searchable database of scholarship
opportunities available to Girl Scouts.
Tips for using the database:
- To find opportunities available only to girls in our council:
Select "GS Council" and "Oregon," or explore the
- To find scholarships for Girl Scouts at a
specific college or university: Select
"College/University" and the state where the school
- To find opportunities available to girls from any
state: Select "All" in the state drop-down list.
Girl Scouts OSW Scholarships
To qualify for a GSOSW
scholarship, you must have earned-or be in the process of earning-a
Girl Scout Gold Award.
Applications for all scholarships are currently closed. Check
back in August for another opportunity to apply for the Emerald Circle scholarship.
JOHNS MEMORIAL GOLD AWARD SCHOLARSHIP
Congratulations to Nicole MacIntosh, recipient of the 2015 Arlene
Johns Memorial Scholarship! This scholarship has been
established to recognize an outstanding Gold Award recipient and allow
her to continue her education. Scholarship monies awarded may be used
for college, university, technical, vocational or trade schools and is
not limited to schools in the State of Oregon.
& GEORGE SHAVER FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP
Congratulations to Elaina Colussi, who received the 2015 Luella
& George Shaver Family Scholarship. The Luella and George
Shaver Family Scholarship is given to an outstanding Girl Scout who
best demonstrates the same qualities that Luella Shaver, a longtime,
dedicated volunteer, showed in her life as a Girl Scout. The
scholarship began in 1982 and is awarded each year to an exceptional
graduating Girl Scout Ambassador who earned her Girl Scout Gold Award.
It is awarded for educational pursuits, such as college, vocational
training and/or apprenticeship programs at an accredited school. The
scholarship recipient is determined by a special committee and panel
of judges, including Luella’s daughters Mary and Zizi Shaver.
The Emerald Circle will be granting scholarships twice annually to
qualified Girl Scout Members who have earned the Gold Award. Funds are
raised through donations. You can be a part of this exciting movement
by donating to the scholarship fund. Contact Minda Seibert
at 503-977-6825 or email@example.com
to learn more.
Check back in August for another opportunity to apply for
the Emerald Circle scholarship.