The Northwest Association of Educational Opportunity Programs (NAEOP) is one of 10 regions across the United States. NAEOP is region X and includes the states of Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. This association was initially created in 1989 under the name Northwest Association of Special Programs (NASP) and officially changed its name to NAEOP in 2012.
NAEOP provides a venue in which all TRIO and similar programs may support the success of low income, first generation and underrepresented students to obtain a quality education. NAEOP helps these underrepresented populations by promoting program development and collecting and disseminating data based on the students’ specific educational needs. NAEOP provides support services and opportunities not normally accessible to these students to help them reach their full potential and develop into professional individuals.
In order to best serve low income, first generation and underrepresented students and improve the changing needs of these populations, NAEOP sponsors professional conferences, meetings, trainings, mentoring and other educational forums for its members throughout the calendar year. Membership to NAEOP is granted to all personnel of any TRIO or similar program and other interested individuals, institutions, projects and agencies upon payment of the membership fee. NAEOP understands the contribution that low income, first generation and underrepresented students provide to our nation and believes in supporting these individuals as they pursue their higher education degree.
Monthly Meetings & Minutes
Board Nominations and Elections
Constitution & By-laws
Business License 2009
NAEOP Membership and Benefits
Peer Review Program
NAEOP Professional Awards
These professional awards are to recognize TRiO-Champions within the NAEOP region. Click the links below to view the criteria and nomination process of each award, as well as those who have been honored.
Friends of NAEOP (FON) Scholarships
- ALL applications or nominations must be submitted online via the respective link provided below.
- Incomplete applications will not be considered; all fields are required.
- Each NAEOP Project Membership is allowed up to two (2) nominations per award.
- Nominations will only be accepted from current NAEOP project members only; membership will be confirmed by FON Scholarship Committee.
- If you have questions or need additional information regarding NAEOP & FON scholarships contact Glenda Landon or call her at (360)416-7636.
- HINT: Be ready to upload all required documents. Review the required materials for each award to be prepared with required information and material when submitting nominations.