Port Townsend School of Woodworking
Preserving the Tradition


Local Scholarships for the Woodworking Foundation Class

The Port Townsend School of Woodworking and Preservation Trades is proud to announce a scholarship program for the school's first Woodworking Foundation Course. This 12 week intensive runs from Monday, January 10th through Friday April 1st, 2011.
Tim Lawson, the School's Executive Director, said 'We're delighted to offer scholarships to this new course. We want to help young people develop skills that will last them for life. We're looking to kindle that passion for wood and working with their hands into a lifelong love affair. That we're able to offer scholarships to young residents of East Jefferson County makes the opportunity extra special.'
This course is designed to provide a deep understanding of basic woodworking techniques with hand and power tools and to provide broad exposure to a range of woodworking techniques so that the graduate from the program can develop their own voice and style as a woodworker or furniture maker. The course will provide the students with pragmatic and safe techniques for effective work in a woodshop.
We are offering these scholarships to young people in the Port Townsend / East Jefferson County area only. We plan to expand the scholarship program in subsequent years.
The course description and on-line application can be found at www.ptwoodschool.com.
If you have questions about the scholarship application or course details - please feel free to contact Tim Lawson by email or by phone 360-440-7660.