Free Application for Federal Student Aid
The FAFSA is used by by post-secondary institutions to help determine how much financial help you may be eligible for.
Alaska Performance Scholarship
Alaska Commission on Postsecondary Education - Alaska Performance Scholarship
Bristol Bay Area Health Corporation Scholarship
BBNA Workforce Development
Bristol Bay Native Corporation Workforce Development
Bristol Bay Foundation
Bristol Bay Foundation
Bristol Bay Telephone Cooperative
The Bristol Bay Telephone Cooperative, Inc. (BBTC) Scholarship Program awards a minimum of three $1000 scholarships annually. Each of the three districts that BBTC serves is offered at least one scholarship each year. The three districts are the Naknek River District, consisting of Naknek, South Naknek and King Salmon; the Kvichak River District, consisting of Igiugig and Levelock; and the Nushagak River District, consisting of Koliganek, Ekwok and New Stuyahok.
In order to be eligible, an individual needs to be a high school graduate, a resident of one of the three service areas listed above at the time of original application and, planning to attend an in-state or out-of-state post-secondary academic or vocational program at a college, university, technical school, trade school or vocational school. Scholarship applicants may reapply for the BBTC scholarship every year they are in school.
Applications must arrive at the BBTC office
on or before 4:30 p.m. April 15th.
Calista Education and Culture, Inc
Calista Regional Corporation Education and Culture Scholarship Program
Harvey Samuelson Scholarship Trust
Bristol Bay Economic Development Corporation Scholarship
June Nelson Memorial Scholarship
Association of Alaska School Boards Scholarship
Nushagak Cooperative Scholarship Application
Southwest Region Schools - Elder's Scholarship
To be eligible for this scholarship a student must:
• Be a Southwest Region School District graduating senior completing the requirements of the District’s High School Program.
• Have a minimum of 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale.
• Have been enrolled in a Southwest Region School District high school for a minimum of 3 years.
• Have applied to an accredited college university, community college, or vocational program for full time enrollment.