The Kent Chamber of Commerce assumed responsibility for the funding and awarding of the EHCO (East Hill Community Organization) Scholarship during 2015. They renamed it The Kent Chamber of Scholarship and plan to continue the great tradition of the EHCO Scholarship in 2016 and beyond.
“This scholarship allows me to pursue my education – I intend on returning to Kent and making a contribution!” Julie Kiel
The East Hill Community Organization (EHCO) created the EHCO Scholarship in 1987. The group of East Hill of Kent business owners and operators created the scholarship fund for the purpose of funding one or more scholarships each year for graduating seniors from the Kent School District. The Kent Chamber of Commerce assumed responsibility for the funding and awarding of the EHCO (East Hill Community Organization) Scholarship during 2015. They renamed it The Kent Chamber of Scholarship and plan to continue the great tradition of the EHCO Scholarship in 2016 and beyond.
— One $1,000 scholarship will be awarded each year.
— Applicants should be graduating Kent high school seniors.
— Attending two-year college or vocational-technical institute in the State of Washington
To apply, click here to download and complete the Kent Chamber of Commerce Scholarship application. Once complete, save it with the following file name: KCC.First Initial.Last Name.2018 (e.g., KCO.B.Smith.2018) and click here to upload the completed file to Dropbox.
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Deadline to apply for the 2018-19 academic year is March 15, 2018.
— Over $12,000 and 15 scholarships have been awarded since 1988.
Meet Trevor Watt
Trevor Watt is the 2006 ECHO Scholarship recipient. He is a 2009 graduate of Renton Technical College where he received an Associate of Applied Science degree in Culinary Arts. In 2012 he was awarded a Bachelor of Arts degree in Hospitality Business Management from Washington State University. Trevor’s college career began with the help of an EHCO Scholarship in 2006. Trevor is currently Manager of an Old Spaghetti Factory restaurant in the Seattle area.