BBNC Education Foundation Scholarship Programs
Higher Education Scholarship Application
The 2020-2021 application period is now open! The deadline is Friday, April 2, 2021.
If you are new to our scholarship program, please visit myBBNC.net and create a username and password.
- Open your internet browser and go to myBBNC.net (do not enter “www”)
- Click “REGISTER” found under the “SIGN IN” button
- Complete the web form with your information, check the “I’m not a robot” button, and click “REGISTER”
- Sign on to your myBBNC account at myBBNC.net.
- Click the BENEFITS section and select BBNC Education Foundation.
- Select the Higher Education and Vocational Education Scholarship Program — Application Portal button.
- Complete your application by Friday, April 2, 2021.
For more information or any questions, contact the BBNCEF at email@example.com or (907) 278-3602.
Vocational Education Scholarship Application
To our traditional Vocational Education (VE) Students, we are anticipating a new VE program launch in 2021 but if you’d like to apply now, please contact us directly.
Other Scholarships & Resources
Remember to check out scholarships available in your community (BBNA, BBEDC, village corporations, tribal councils and local businesses, etc.) Apply for scholarships from the college, university or vocational school you plan to attend. Click here for a handy list of these programs – be sure to double-check with the agency for their deadline dates and eligibility requirements.
Bristol Bay Regional Scholarship Providers
Other Scholarship Providers
You should also check out the CIRI Foundation’s Education Resource Handbook for school and funding information.
The Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program (ANSEP) has a suite of opportunities for middle school, high school and college students interested in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) degree programs and careers. To learn more, visit www.ansep.net.
U.S. Department of Education
One must complete and submit this application to apply for federal student aid and to apply for most state and college aid. (This includes the U.S. Department of Interior/Bureau of Indian Affairs Higher Education funding administered by Bristol Bay Native Association or potentially through other tribal organizations near where you reside).
Note: If you or your family has unusual or extenuating circumstances (such as loss of employment, etc.) consult with the financial aid officer at the college you plan to attend.
Be wary of organizations that charge a fee to submit your application to find you money for school. The help you pay for can be obtained for free from your school or from the U.S. Department of Education.
You may also complete the FAFSA on the web. A worksheet is available for you to complete prior to actually filing online. Visit http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/ for more information.
REMEMBER!! Searching and applying for scholarship assistance and other financial aid usually pays off in the long run! Take the time to find resources that can help you.