Scholarships of county 'Multnomah' within Oregon

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KATU Thomas R. Dargan Scholarship

Eligibility: Applicant must be a minority citizen of the United States and provide proof of U.S. citizenship. Minority is defined as Asian; Black/African American; Hispanic or Latino; American Indian or Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander; or that of two or more races. Applicant must be at least a sophomore enrolled in broadcast, communications, or multi-media curriculum at a four-year college or university or an accredited community college in Oregon or Washington OR as a permanent resident of Oregon or Washington attending an out-of-state institution. Community college students must be enrolled in a broadcast curriculum which is transferable to a four-year accredited university. Applicant must have a minimum 3.00 GPA. Requirements: Statement of need: Must include an estimate of the cost of one year at your institution (please include room, board, tuition, and books.) Also list other resources of financial assistance, such as grants, scholarships, funding from parents, etc. Academic Achievement: Submit an official transcript and three letters of recommendation; two from academic sources, one personal. Applicant essay: Include personal and professional goals and what you perceive will be your contribution as a minority in the field of broadcasting. Procedure: Qualified persons should apply by returning the application form along with the essay, transcripts and letters of recommendation to: KATU Thomas R. Dargan Minority Scholarship c/o Human Resources 2153 NE Sandy Blvd Portland, OR 97232 Giving limited to resident of Oregon or Washington.

The Next Great Data Developer!

DataStax has recently launched a $10,000 scholarship and paid internship program titled "The Next Great Data Developer"! Students who take advantage of this fantastic opportunity will build an app using the open source NoSQL software Apache Cassandra, create 5 blog postings, 2 videos (any length), and a one page business case. Six finalists will be selected, flown out to San Franciso (all expenses paid) and given the opportunity to present their home-made Apache Cassandra powered application, live at the Bay Area Cassandra Summit on June 11th - 12th. Two of these finalists will be chosen as winners and presented their scholarships by the Apache Cassandra project chair, Jonathan Ellis, on stage, at OSCON 2013 in Portland, Oregon. Out of our two winners, at least one is required to be a female developer, to champion women in IT! To view more details on this program, please visit: