Common Theme and Community Read
2014-15 Edmonds CC Community Read Scholarship Application
Two $1,300 and several smaller scholarships will be awarded in February 2015!
Each year, the Edmonds Community College Foundation sponsors the scholarship program in connection with Edmonds CC Community Read. The text chosen for the 2014/2015 Edmonds CC Community Read is You've Got It All Wrong, written by Scriber Lake High School Students. Two $1,300 scholarships and several smaller scholarships will be awarded in February 2015.
Eligibility for Edmonds CC Community Read Scholarship
All Edmonds Community College students enrolled in tuition based programs are eligible to apply for this scholarship. This includes full-time students, part-time students, international students, online students, and Running Start students. Running Start students are not eligible for the full ($1,300) scholarship amount, but are eligible for the smaller scholarships (amount to be determined).
Students must have read the book You've Got It All Wrong in order to apply. Copies of the book are available free of charge at the EdCC College Bookstore, Library, CSEL, and directly from Ksenia Koon (email@example.com) or Ann Paulson.
Scholarship Application Deadline
The scholarship application deadline is January 30th, 2015 at 4pm. Applications and accompanying projects can be turned in to Clearview 122. Any questions about the scholarship application process should be addressed to Ksenia Koon at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-940-2537. Scholarship winners will be announced by February 20th, 2015.
Scholarship Application Requirements
To apply for a scholarship, students are asked to read the selected book and submit the following:
- An application cover sheet which includes:
Your phone number
The title of your application
Name of your faculty endorsement
Description of enrollment status (e.g. full-time, part-time student, Running Start, etc.)
- Proof of enrollment at EdCC in a tuition based program (this can include a copy of
your winter quarter schedule). Applicants may be full-time students, part-time students,
international students, online students, and/or Running Start students.
- A project addressing any of the themes of the book You've Got It All Wrong by Scriber
Lake Students. Projects may relate to any topic discussed in the book that interests
the applicant. Projects that undertake cultural, economic, social, artistic, historical,
literary, political, scientific or technological themes are suitable. A wide range
of project formats will be accepted. For example, students may write an essay, design
a visual display, perform a dance or musical interpretation, present a multimedia
interpretation, produce a website, etc. Preference will be given to projects that
demonstrate imagination and creativity. Projects that connect with the local community
or with the student's own experiences, whether in this or another country, are encouraged.
- A 500-800 word reflective essay which describes the project's connection to the text
and the student's process in creating that project. The applicant should also connect
the project to one of the College's Values and explain this connection. The College
Collaboration and communication
Responsibility and accountability
Innovation and creativity
Diversity, respect and inclusion
- A faculty endorsement letter. This letter should be submitted in hard copy or as an email by any EdCC faculty member who is familiar with the student and his/her work on the scholarship application. Students may gain such an endorsement whether or not they are enrolled in a course that is studying You've Got It All Wrong. Note: Faculty members who serve on the scholarship award committee may not judge student projects for which they have submitted a written letter of recommendation.
Please see the rubric for information on scoring of the applications. For any questions on this scholarship or application process, please contact ACCE Director Ksenia Koon at email@example.com or 206-940-2537.