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Momentum Events

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Save the Date - Seattle Colleges Foundation Dinner | Wednesday, October 12, 2022 | Fremont Studios (in-person)

Chancellor's Reception 2022 Events

Seattle Colleges Chancellor's Reception

RSVP - Please join us for the Seattle Colleges Chancellor's Reception at T-Mobile Park, First Base Terrace Club | June 21 | 2:30-4:30 p.m.

Scholarship recipient Tammara Stephens in the classroom Student Stories

Tammara's Story

I don't want [donors] to ever question if giving money is a good thing to do... Attending college changed my life... and receiving a scholarship made all of that possible.

Scholarships motivated Cynthia Del Rosario toward a career in equity and access in education Student Stories

Cynthia’s Story

That feeling of somebody believing in you never leaves you, and I'll always remember that.

Daniel Heinson Student Stories

Daniel's Story

I’m completely different. I feel more comfortable in my skin. I see a life I never saw before.

Shaina Huntley with her son Student Stories

Shaina's Story

When I was chosen for the scholarship, I felt so much relief and gratitude. I have a hard time expressing it in words.

Emilio Chavez Student Stories

Emilio's Story

The scholarship was like opening Willy Wonka's chocolate and having a winning golden ticket!

Shanika Davis Student Stories

Shanika's Story

I’ve created this pseudo family here. I love what I’m doing. I love applying science. I feel so enthusiastic and positive.

Student scholarship recipients Maria, Christy, and Oloth Student Stories

Maria's, Christy's, and Oloth's Stories

Today you are helping me, but tomorrow I can help others. So your help is not only for me, it's for the community.

Xander Hurley Student Stories

Xander's Story

To have strangers saying "we see you, and without knowing you, we’re proud of your life" meant a lot.