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BIAWA's Academic Scholarship 

Our vision is a world where Brain Injury is prevented and every person already affected by its impact benefits from resources to maximize their quality of life. Our three annual academic scholarships are one way BIAWA strives to actualize that vision.

BIAWA Scholarship Applications

Eastern & Western Undergraduate Survivor Scholarships
Our Undergraduate Scholarships will be given to survivors of Brain Injury who are or will be enrolled in an undergraduate program at a college, university, vocational or technical school for the 2022-2023 academic year. Each scholarship is a one-time only award of up to $1,000 to further their undergraduate education.

Contact our Resource Center for more info


Higher Education/Professional Scholarship
The Higher Education/Professional Scholarship will be given to professional(s) or student(s) in postsecondary education who are committed to advances in Brain Injury knowledge in the state of Washington. This scholarship is a one-time only award of up to $1,000 to further their postsecondary education.

Contact our Resource Center for more info

Please Note:
This is a one-time scholarship. Recipient will not receive multiple awards. Scholarship will be awarded on the basis of funds available and applicant eligibility. BIAWA will not discriminate regardless of ability, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, or religion. Recipients are selected through an application process. Recipients may only use the scholarships to attend an accredited vocational, technical school, college or university. All scholarships are paid to the institution on behalf of the student and are paid in full for the fall quarter. BIAWA reserves the right to distribute scholarship awards between multiple eligible applicants.

For more information download
Scholarship Program Description and  Eligibility Requirements [PDF]


Past Academic Scholarship Recipients
 

2020 - Academic Year

2019 - Academic Year

2018 - Academic Year
 
2017 - Academic Year

2016 –  Academic Year

2015 – Academic Year

2014 – Academic Year 

2013 – Academic Year

2012 – Academic Year

Events & Happenings

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2021 Brain Injury Art Show

November 17, 2021 through February 11, 2022

Renton History Museum


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BIAWA now offers Pooled Trust Services!

Pooled Trusts are stable investment options that allow beneficiaries to maintain government benefits.

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Brain Injury: What you need to know

A Guide for Survivors of Brain Injury, their Loved Ones, Caregivers, and the Professionals who Serve Them.

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