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What We’re Reading: New Kid

by Drego Little, Learning Support Specialist/Literature and Writing Teacher At Rainier Scholars we try to maintain our integrity by asking the same thing of ourselves that we ask of our students —  be scholars in habit, not merely in words.  This involves...

One chance encounter and more than a decade of support

Sometimes you meet people who clearly walk their talk. Paul Hollie easily falls into that category. Since 2017, he’s led the Social Impact Program at Premera Blue Cross, an organization committed to making healthcare work better, in this case, by investing in...

It Can Only Take an Introduction…

The vision of Rainier Scholars extends beyond college graduation by creating leaders who embrace the challenges facing our country and our world. Cultivating professional networks is a critical part of this process as our scholars build rewarding careers. The work of...

Preparation Meets Opportunity

        William Watson, Cohort 11, spoke of his Rainier Scholars journey at the 2017 Bricks & Books auction, co-hosted with Skanska. Good evening. My name is William Watson, and like Jayda, I am a proud Rainier Scholar. I am a junior at The...

Don’t Just Wish For It

        Jayda Williams, Cohort 15, shared the story of her Rainier Scholars journey at the 2017 Bricks & Books auction, co-hosted with Skanska. Good evening. One of my favorite quotes from the founder of Rainier Scholars, Bob Hurlbut, is “Don’t...

Summer Learning – Opportunities to Broaden Horizons

This year 66 middle and high school scholars attended 34 different summer enrichment programs including 18 scholars who traveled outside the state of Washington to attend east and west coast summer boarding schools. Yary Villegas, Cohort 13 Class of 2021, Highline...