The Washington State Department of Transportation and the I-90 Wildlife Bridges Coalition are kicking off the second year of the Bridging Futures Academic scholarship program.
High school juniors and seniors interested in engineering, the environment or art may want to apply for this scholarship.
The student that best illustrates and explains their idea will receive a $1,500 scholarship toward college from the Wildlife Bridges Coalition. The runner-up receives a $500 scholarship.
Students can download applications from Washboard.org and search for Bridging Futures Academic Scholarship or visit the I-90 Wildlife Bridges Coalition Web page for more information.
We look forward to seeing your creative entries! Winners will be announced in early June.