Quality Communities Scholarship available

Association of Washington Cities is sponsoring the scholarship program.

PORT ORCHARD — The AWC Center for Quality Communities is recruiting young leaders for a 2018 Quality Communities Scholarship, sponsored by the Association of Washington Cities.

The $1,200 scholarship award will be given to a high school student who lives within the City of Port Orchard and has been, or is, involved with a city government or with a community/school leadership activity. Applicants must be eligible to graduate high school, complete homeschool or receive a GED in spring or summer 2018. Other requirements are included in a posting on the City of Port Orchard’s website: cityofportorchard.us. An application also is on the website.

Applications must be received no later than Feb. 26. The scholarship winner will be announced in May.

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