Washington Workshop Seminar Scholarship

The Oregon Society offers a full scholarship (tuition, room and board, airfare and miscellaneous) for a high School student to attend the Washington Workshop Seminar in June of each year.


  • Seven days in our Nation’s Capital
  • Guest Speakers in the Legislative, Federal Government and The Media
  • Meet US Senators and Representatives in the House and attend Committee Hearings on Capitol Hill
  • Enjoy Washington’s top Historical and Educational exhibits: Mount Vernon, The Smithsonian Museums, and the famous Memorials and Monuments of Washington, D.C.
  • Experience a preview of College Life by living on a College Campus
  • Learn about future academic and career opportunities
  • Work in Model Committees with fellow attendees and debate you bill in the Model Congress
  • Make lasting friendships with new friends from across the United States

For more information on the Washington Workshop Seminar Scholarship, view the NSCDA Scholarship Programs page.

Grants to Teachers 2014

Our Society is offering two grants of up to $1,000 each to middle and high school teachers of American History or Civics in the state of Oregon to enrich classroom teaching. Proposals should be in one of the following:

  • Continuing education related to American history
  • Curriculum development
  • Travel and tuition to attend educational seminars related to American history or an enrichment project or program

For more information about this program, view the NSCDA in Oregon Patriotic Service Grants Program 2014 (PDF).

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