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Giving back to our community has been one of PSRC's guiding principles since its inception. We believe strongly that the work we are able to do on a local scale can - and DOES - make a difference in the lives of individuals in the greater Puget Sound Area.

We are proud and honored to support iUrban Teen and Treehouse through various fund raising events throughout the year.

Please reach out to PSRC Social Responsibility Chair Felicea Osorio with any questions about our initiatives
or the PSRC scholarship program.

2024 PSRC Scholarship Program

The one-time award of $2,000 will be presented to a high school senior or undergraduate student who has moved sometime in their life, or is preparing to move for college. The move could have been to another city, state, country, or even a move in the same area. Through the scholarship program, those students with relocation experience are encouraged to submit essays or a video that meet the program’s qualifications, and outline their personal stories, lessons learned and/or advice to fellow students. The award will be sent to the college or trade school that the student will be attending to assist with tuition, etc.

The Puget Sound Relocation Council will select the scholarship winner based on the strength of their total package. The applicants will be evaluated on academic performance, extra-curricular activities, and on their response to a personal essay or video addressing their relocation to a new area or school.

Please complete the application form and packet linked below.

2024 PSRC Scholarship Application Form (Google Form)

2024 PSRC Scholarship Application Packet
(Please email to psrcboard@gmail.com when completed)

The deadline to apply is April 15, 2024 by 11:59PM PST.

PSRC Featured Charities


iUrban Teen iUrban Teen's mission is to build an educational community rooted in trust, empowerment, inclusivity and community, and to see all historically excluded students succeed, not only in iUrban Teen programs but also in their long-term life goals. iUrban Teen designs and delivers highly sought-after skills training and experiences in STEM industries, and paves pathways that lead students toward economic empowerment and sustainability.

Treehouse Treehouse's mission is to create opportunities for young people in foster care to thrive. They believe and invest in young people throughout their childhood, education and transition to young adulthood. Treehouse partner with them and their communities to transform the systems holding them back.

Contact us

P.O. Box 6414
15731 NE 8th St
Bellevue, WA 98008-9998

Email: psrcboard@gmail.com

Phone: ‪(509) 731-4895‬

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