• ScholarshipsIncline Community Scholarship Program is currently processing applications. This means multiple committees are reviewing applications for different scholarships. This could involve some applicants receiving invitations to submit additional information or doing interviews based on particular donor criteria. Students will receive information either hand delivered or emailed from Ms Carney as directed by committees.  

    Scholarship Awards Night - 6/14 Incline HS

    As in previous years, award recipients will receive an invitation to the Scholarship Awards Night scheduled for June 14th at 5:30pm approximately 1-2 weeks before the event. Award recipients will be revealed at the event. 


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  • Hundreds of additional scholarships are available online. NEVER PAY FOR SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION. Be aware that many internet scholarship search sites pass along (and profit off of) the sale of your personal information to other companies. If you choose to utilize national search sites then use those that allow you to manage your privacy settings (like College Greenlight). Read the privacy policies closely. All scholarships posted at Incline will be posted in our SENIOR CLASS OF 2023 in TEAMS. 


    • NEVER pay for scholarship applications or fees. 
    • Make sure all pages you submit are typed, NEAT, well edited, and that all the information you include is true and verifiable. 
    • Always try and beat the deadline posted. 
    • National scholarships can involve BIG money; however, they are very difficult to get. Go LOCAL if you can. Look for local stores, businesses, or perhaps your parent(s) employer may offer scholarships. 
    • Try to submit applications at least one week before the due date. Online servers can get overloaded and stop working properly when everyone submits them on the last day. In addition, remember to account for delivery time if mailing an application. 
    • NEVER NEVER pay to submit a scholarship application. 
    • Always spell check and proof-read applications. 
    • Make sure you have submitted everything requested and answered all the questions. 
    • Don't submit anything that isn't asked for and stay under the required word count. 
    • Photocopy everything before you submit it in case your application gets lost and needs to be re-submitted. 
    • Professionalize your online presence, remove potentially embarrassing content from social media. Use an appropriate email address. 
    • Gather information early. Most scholarships require various versions of: 
      • Community service activities, hours, location, services 
      • Personal Essay
      • Letters of recommendations 
      • Resume with test scores, honors classes, and awards received

Check Out These Scholarship Opportunities!

  • National & Local Scholarships Currently Available:

    (Black = National PURPLE = Local)

    Undocumented students do not qualify for federal aid, and though some states offer state grants to undocumented students, it can be difficult to find dollars.  Below, find several websites that list scholarships for DACA/undocumented students. 

     Are you a Foster Youth or a Native American student who is a member of a federally recognized Indian tribe or nation, all or part of which is located within the boundaries of Nevada?  The Nevada Board of Regents provides waivers for certain fees for both foster youth and Native American students who meet the eligibility requirements and are attending a Nevada post-secondary school.  See attached flyers NSHE Foster Youth Fee Waiver and NSHE Native American Fee Waiver 



    FUTURE IN AEROSPACE SCHOLARSHIPS AND PROGRAM.  Are you interested in a career in Aviation?  Pathways to Aviation is hosting several “Flight Plan” workshops to include career planning advice and support, presentations from industry leaders, trips to aviation companies, and matching with mentors. Visit here

    REMSA EMS SCHOLARSHIP.  Qualifying criteria: Must be 18 years of age, must pass the EMT or AEMT entrance exam with an 80% or higher, Must have a BLS certification, must pass a drug screening and background check.  More info here

    LAKE TAHOE COMMUNITY COLLEGE FORESTRY PROGRAM SCHOLARSHIP. Lake Tahoe Community College (LTCC) is launching a new Forestry Education & Job Placement Program to prepare students for careers in this currently understaffed field. To incentivize participation and expand access to this new program, the Tahoe Fund will provide a scholarship to every student enrolled in its inaugural year. Learn more about the program and the Tahoe Fund scholarships HEREApply for the program HERE.

    COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF NORTHERN NEVADA 2023 Scholarship Cycle is now open. These are local scholarships provided by local individuals, families, and companies who care about helping students cover the rising cost of tuition.

    Interested applicants start by taking an Eligibility Quiz to see which of over 35 different scholarships they are eligible to apply for. Pay close attention to the instructions, requirements, and deadline information as they vary from scholarship to scholarship. See all of the scholarships by visiting their website, https://nevadafund.org/scholarships/find-your-scholarship.

    Boosting Hope Scholarship: Boosting Hope is a non-profit on a mission to provide catalytic gap grants, one-time funding at critical points in a person’s life that will make a significant difference in their future.Flyer


    DUE 4/7/23 JOSHUA L. ANDERSON SCHOLARSHIP. Do you play softball or baseball for your high school? Are you hard working, enrolling in a post-secondary school? This may be for you...apply here


    DUE 4/15/23 Community Foundation of Western Nevada: The Community Foundation of Northern Nevada’s Scholarship Program is intended to help students cover the ever-increasing cost of tuition. Find more information HERE



    Intuit is thrilled to announce a student scholarship contest, which was specifically created for Washoe County School District as a Prosperity Hub 

    School District Partner. This scholarship opportunity is available to current WCSD students in grades 9-12. 

    • The contest is live and students can apply through May 8th 

    • Intuit will award 20 students with a $2,500 scholarship in the form of a 529 Gift Card 

    • Scholarship contest website

    DUE 6/1/23 AMERICAN COLLEGE FOUNDATION VISIONARY SCHOLARSHIP. Open to 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th graders. Awards range from $1K-$2500K. Must submit an application, unofficial transcript and 500-word essay. Visit https://americancollegefoundation.org/


    Due 6/1/2023 Sierra Nevada Performing Arts Association - students pursuing a college/university degree or equivalent in the Performing Arts. Find more information HERE


    Be BOLD scholarship :  The $25,000 “Be Bold” Scholarship is a no-essay scholarship that will be awarded to the applicant with the boldest profile. Find out more HERE


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