Benson Polytechnic High School Alumni Association

Scholarship Fund

Donations are handled by The Oregon Community Foundation (OCF) who invests, administers and distributes the funds.

Each year, the interest income is available for scholarship awards to graduating seniors selected by a panel of Benson teachers.  The award monies go directly to their chosen school as tuition.

As the Reunion Scholarship Fund has grown in size, the awards have increased substantially.  While 1991 saw two scholarships awarded for $250 each, 2016 saw over $4,800 awarded to three recipients.

If you would like to donate by check:

Payable to: “The Oregon Community Foundation”

Memo: “Benson Polytechnic High School Alumni Scholarship Fund”

Send to:
The Oregon Community Foundation
1221 SW Yamhill St.
Suite 100
Portland, Oregon 97205

Please note that there is a $25 minimum for donations made online or by check.

Recent posts...

2015 scholarship recipients

August 17th, 2015

Congratulations to the two students who were selected to receive Benson Alumni Scholarships in 2015. Marisa Jimenez-Pereera will attend Mt. Hood Community College or PCC with an emphasis on health occupations. Breanna Le plans on attending Clark College, also with … Continue reading

2013 Scholarship Recipients

December 30th, 2013

Congratulations to the three students who were selected to receive Benson Alumni Scholarships in 2013. Ryan Girres, Automotive Technology major.  He will be attending Mt. Hood Community College with a focus on Business. Greely Guinn, Communications major.  Greely is pursuing … Continue reading

2012 Scholarship Recipients

August 6th, 2012

Congratulations to the four students who were selected to receive Benson Alumni Scholarships this year. Duaci Lee, Radio Broadcasting major. She will be attending Mt. Hood CC for their Pre-Med program. Spencer Paxton, Electric Technology major. She will be attending … Continue reading

2005 Scholarship Recipients

May 31st, 2005

Congratulations to the two students who received alumni scholarships this year: Cassandra Raab – Art Institute of Seattle Joshua Imiq – Portland Community College