The CCD Law Spokane Community Scholarship is available to high school seniors who reside in Washington and will be attending college in the fall.
Whether you are homeschooled or attend a Washington school such as Spokane Valley High School, you are welcome to apply for the scholarship.
We ask that all applicants:
- Be a graduating high school senior
- Be a resident of Washington or Idaho
- Have a minimum 3.0 GPA
- Submit an essay of approximately 500 words in the form below telling us “How will transportation be different in 100 years?” In the 1920s, transportation was predominantly train-based. However, there was significant momentum to create a bigger, safer roadway infrastructure for automobiles. Since then, several initiatives took place that brought about interstate highways, new technology for creating roads, safer cars, and new driving laws to prevent auto accidents. Now, with quickly developing technology, it is safe to assume that there will be a continued push for transportation development. In 100 years, how do you think roads, cars, travel laws, and transportation in Spokane will be different from how they are now?
The deadline to apply is May 1, 2022. A winner will be contacted by us directly on or around May 15, 2022. (Scroll down for previous scholarship winners).
Please use this form below to apply:
CCD Law Application for Scholarship Award
Crary, Clark, Domanico and Chuang is pleased to announce Isabelle Anselmo as the 2020 CCD Law Spokane Scholarship winner. Isabelle recently graduated from Spokane Valley Tech with a 4.0 GPA. At Spokane Valley Tech, she was the Vice President of the National Honor Society chapter, and was a member of our HOSA Future Health Professionals chapter. Isabelle is also a figure skater with the Lilac City Figure Skating Club. She plans on attending Carroll College in Montana in the fall pursuing pre-medical studies. You can see her essay here!
Cheney High School student Camden VerStrate submitted a great article about curbing distracted driving and was awarded the 2019 scholarship. Please feel free to read his great essay here.
We had several great entries and for our May 2018 award we selected Andrew Walker! Please feel free to read his essay here. Thank you for everyone to applied!