Pathways to Perry Scholarship

Pathways to Perry Articulation Program Scholarship

Students who are participating in a local high school articulation program are eligible to apply for this $1,000 scholarship. The scholarship is applied over three quarters while attending Perry Technical Institute. Applying for this scholarship requires a high school career counselor or other school official to submit an online request verifying satisfactory completion of a specified articulation program. For a complete list of the high school courses required to be eligible for this program, contact your high school counselor.

Every year, up to five scholarships will be awarded to each participating high school. The following high schools currently participate in the Pathways to Perry articulation agreement for the programs listed:

•  Yakima Valley Technical Skills Center (Yakima, WA) – Automotive, Business Technology & Accounting, Construction & Carpentry, Electrical, Information Technology & Communication Systems, Instrumentation & Industrial Automation, Medical Assistant, Welding
•  Davis High School (Yakima, WA) – Business Technology & Accounting, Instrumentation & Industrial Automation
•  Eisenhower High School (Yakima, WA) – Business Technology & Accounting, Instrumentation & Industrial Automation, Welding
•  West Valley High School (Yakima, WA) – Medical Assistant, Medical Office Administration & Coding, Precision Machining & Manufacturing, Welding
•  Selah High School (Selah, WA) – Construction & Carpentry, Information Technology & Communication Systems, Instrumentation & Industrial Automation, Precision Machining & Manufacturing
Wapato High School (Wapato, WA) – Construction & Carpentry, Instrumentation & Industrial Automation
•  Toppenish High School (Toppenish, WA) – Agricultural & Diesel Equipment Technology, Business Technology & Accounting, Medical Office Administration & Coding, Medical Assistant, Welding
•  Tri-Tech Skills Center (Kennewick, WA) – Electrical, Instrumentation & Industrial Automation, Precision Machining & Manufacturing 
•  Prosser High School (Prosser, WA) – Business Technology & Accounting, Medical Assistant, Medical Office Administration & Coding
•  Wenatchee Valley Technical Skills Center (Wenatchee, WA) – Construction & Carpentry
•  Ephrata High School (Ephrata, WA) – Welding
•  Southeast Area Technical Skills Center - SEATech (Walla Walla, WA) – Construction & Carpentry, Precision Machining & Manufacturing, Welding
•  Kelso High School (Kelso, WA) – Construction & Carpentry, Medical Assistant, Medical Office Administration & Coding, Precision Machining & Manufacturing, Welding
•  Cascadia Technical Academy (Vancouver, WA) – Construction & Carpentry, I.T. & Communication Systems
•  Twin Harbors Branch Skills Center (Aberdeen, WA) – Heating, Ventilation Air Conditioning & Refrigeration
•  Kalama High School (Kalama, WA) – Construction & Carpentry, Precision Machining & Manufacturing, Welding
•  Toutle Lake High School (Toutle, WA) – Instrumentation & Industrial Automation
•  Columbia Basin Technical Skills Center (Moses Lake, WA) – Automotive, Construction & Carpentry, Instrumentation & Industrial Automation, Precision Machining & Manufacturing, Welding
Elma High School (Elma, WA) – Instrumentation & Industrial Automation, Precision Machining & Manufacturing, Welding

The high school must complete the award process via the online application found by clicking here:

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Scholarships are tentative, pending the student’s acceptance for admission and commencement of study at Perry Technical Institute. If accepted, the scholarship will be credited to the student’s tuition, in equal disbursements during their first academic year, in accordance with the Perry Technical scholarship award policy. Perry Technical Foundation maintains an award cap of up to $100,000 per fiscal year. Pathways To Perry scholarship may not be combined with the Careers That Work! scholarship. 

Deadlines:

Recommendations for the Pathways to Perry scholarship must be submitted by June 30th of the student’s graduating year. Scholarships must be redeemed by the start of Fall quarter of the year the student graduates from high school unless special arrangements are made with Perry Technical Institute.

For more information, please contact the Perry Technical Foundation office by emailing foundation@perrytech.edu or calling 509-453-0374.

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