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“I was never in the top of my class in high school. I didn't have much direction until I began looking into the EMT program. I knew right away that was the path for me. Finding my passion has helped me look to the future and strive for things that I didn’t think were possible for me.

This scholarship means I have a chance at a dream I never thought possible.

In addition to my schooling, I am a resident firefighter/EMT with the Aurora Fire District and work part-time as an EMT for Woodburn Ambulance. I feel very motivated to succeed in this field because I know I can make a difference in my community. A huge part of working in the emergency services field is providing great customer service through medical treatment as well as community engagement.

I look forward to giving back to the community that has taught me so much.

Without the Clint Foundation Scholarship, I don't know how I would have been able to join this amazing program at Chemeketa. Your support means the world to me, and I can't thank you enough for helping me pursue my dreams.”


Meet the McClintocks

When John and Nancy McClintock established the Clint Foundation in the early 90’s, they sought to empower hard-working students who have a desire to better their communities.

Recipients who earn the Clint Foundation Scholarship must be employed, maintain passing grades and make a moral commitment to give back to others in the future.

Since the McClintocks brought the scholarship to Chemeketa in 2009, they've been able to help dozens of students afford college.

John and Nancy McClintock
with Dick Erath (middle),
founder of Erath Winery and
Erath Family Foundation

Chemeketa Community College Foundation

4000 Lancaster DR NE

PO Box 14007

Salem, Oregon 97309

503.399.5148  |  503.365.4747