Scholarship Program

The scholarship program of the Olympic Logging Conference Foundation, 501 (c) (3) 81-446616, awards scholarships to OLC attendees, children or grandchildren of OLC attendees and children or grandchildren of past Board Chairman for education after high school. Scholarship awards may be used for tuition, books and/or room and board for students attending any college, university or vocational/technical school. A minimum $500.00 shall be awarded annually and will be paid directly to the recipient’s post-secondary institution.


Criteria

Click here to download the scholarship application form.
The application is being revised and will be available in January.

2017 Scholarships Recipients:


Kevin Worley Memorial Scholarship

Jessica Mitchem– Daughter of Larry & Darcy Mitchem, Jessica will graduate from Toutle Lake High School this year and will be attending Lower Columbia College in the Fall to pursue a degree in Natural Resources or Forestry. Forestry has always been a family affair for her. Jessica says she loves the outdoors and her experiences have allowed her to build the confidence needed to backpack 450 miles of the Pacific Crest Trail, climb mountains, plant trees and become a mentor for an outdoor science camp.

OLC Foundation Scholarships – Group 1

Brianna Carbaugh – Daughter of Brian and Sue Carbaugh, Brianna currently attends Grays Harbor Community College with a goal to transfer to Western Washington University to pursue a degree in Graphic Design.

Riley Mowry – Riley is the son of Orville & Jamie Mowry and currently attends Grays Harbor Community College where he received an AA-Forestry Technician Degree and is now working towards his Bachelors Degree. He plans to be a Forester.

OLC Foundation Scholarships – Group 2

Jack Dahlgren – Son of Chad & Shannon Dahlgren, Jack will graduate from Forks High School in June and will attend Grays Harbor Community College in the Fall to pursue an Associate Degree in Forestry.

Laura Nutter – Laura is the daughter of John Nutter & Erica Quesnel, also the granddaughter of Rod Quesnel. She will graduate from Port Angeles High School in June and plans to attend the University of Idaho to pursue a degree in Biology.

Megan Troupe – Daughter of Kathleen Troupe, Megan currently attends Western Washington University and will graduate with a double major in English Literature and Psychology.

Olin Carlson – Olin is the son of Mike and Julie Carlson, he is planning to attend Oregon State University in the Fall. Olin plans to study Forestry in hopes of having a career in Forestry Management.

OLC Foundation Scholarships – Group 3

Eryn Abrahams – Daughter of Aaron & Misty Abrahams, she will graduate from Forks High School this year with a HS Diploma and an AA degree. Eryn will be attending the Peninsula College nursing program in the Fall.

Kendra Bailey – Kendra is the daughter of Gerald & Jamie Bailey, she is currently attending the nursing program at Grays Harbor Community College.

Mackenzie Courtney – Daughter of Steve and Diane Courtney, Mackenzie is currently attending Linfield College exploring degrees in Business Management or Finance.

Mikaila Johnson – Mikaila is the daughter of Mike & Tracy Johnson, she is currently attending Central Washington University working towards a degree in Clinical Physiology with a Psychology minor.

Wyatt Mowry – Son of Orville & Jamie Mowry, Wyatt will graduate from Elma High School this year and plans to attend Grays Harbor Community College in the Fall pursuing studies in Mathematics with plans of becoming a Math teacher.

Kortney Bailey – Kortney is the daughter of Gerald & Jamie Bailey. She will be graduating from Elma High School this year and attending Grays Harbor Community College in the Fall with plans to become a nurse.