Young people in the Wenatchee Valley are the future skilled trades, business and agricultural leaders, and health care workers of our community. Many rely on financial aid and scholarships, as well as academic advising and other resources to help them navigate their post-high school education.

As the pandemic stretches on, these students — and the tens of thousands like them across Washington state — need expanded supports to get and stay on track toward earning a credential, such as a degree, apprenticeship or certificate.

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