The 2013-14 Foundation Scholarship Application is now available!
Please start at the Scholarship Resources page to be sure you have everything you need to apply. From there you will be linked to the application.
Application deadline is June 24th. Thanks for your patience and GOOD LUCK!
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Produced exclusively for BTC by Dunham Cellars. The 750ml bottles feature Dunham Cellars' yet to be released 2010 vintage Trutina blend and showcases a unique screen printed label custom designed by Christine Vowles. A portion of the proceeds of each sale will be donated to the BTC Foundation and used to support students, programs, and initiatives on campus.
Northwest-Wine.com says of Trutina:
"2008 Wine Spectator 90 points - Lithe, polished and appealing for its seductive red berry and cream flavors on a polished texture, echoing on the restrained finish. Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Merlot."
Visit the Wine Shop at Dunham Cellars to place your order today.
The scholarship committee awarded over $250,000 to nearly 200 students for the 2012-13 school year. See a list of scholarships and recipients here. We are grateful that our generous donors continue to support the students at BTC through these tough economic times!
The July 31st Groundbreaking for the Perry Center was another successful event! The weather was perfect for the great crowd of supporters who attended to honor Edd & Virginia Perry, the Bundrant family, and our many generous donors and contributors. To learn more and view the photo gallery, please click through to our facebook page.
From Alaska to California, BTC is one of only two west coast institutions offering an associate degree in Fisheries and Aquaculture Sciences. Without the new facility, the program would not survive.
There is still need for contributions to help reduce the costs to the College. Any size donation helps, but we have several exciting naming opportunities within the new building, for larger gifts. Please click the image to learn more about the the program and how you can help.
Most in-demand occupations require technical skills and education beyond a high school diploma. BTC works to identify emerging trends, develop relevant programming, and train workers to meet the needs of local and regional employers.
Investing in BTC means a sound investment in the economic health of your community:
In this era of ever-shrinking state budgets, the BTC Foundation needs your support. With your help, we can continue investing in our students, as they become skilled workers.
Together, we can strengthen the social structure, economy and stability of our community.
Yes, your investment makes a real, measurable difference.