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Learn more about Diane Coplan Donohue. These scholarships are for up to $1,000 each. The number of awards varies from year to year. The deadline for this scholarship is April 18, 2014.
The Josephine Bowden Scholarship established in 1928 is to commemorate the personality of the beloved and honored charter member Josephine Bowden and the first president of the Mankato Branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW).
The Scholarship is for female students in their sophomore or junior year enrolled as undergraduates or graduate students of Minnesota State University, Mankato. Preference is given to those who demonstrate financial need in their application statement. Previous recipients are not eleigible to re-apply.
If you would like to apply, there are copies of the application available at the Women’s Center, CSU 218 or print this pdf. Deadline is March 1, 2014. Paper copies only.
Zonta International offers a $7000 scholarship for women majoring in business fields. There is also a $1000 scholarship awarded at the regional level and a small award from the Zonta Club of Mankato.
The Zonta International Jane M Klausman Women in Business Scholarships are open to women enrolled in as least the second year of an undergraduate program through the final year of a Master's program in business, leading to a business management career. Women pursuing a business or business-related degree who demonstrate outstanding potential in the field are eligible. The program is designed to encourage women to enter career and seek leadership positions in business-related fields in their communities and throughout the world. Must demonstrate initiate, ambition, and commitment to pursuing a career in business with an outstanding academic record.
See application for additional details. Deadline: April 30, 2014.
More info can be reached via this link: Zonta International Jane M. Klausman Women in Business
Make a difference in the lives of domestic violence survivors around the country by helping them pursue their education and career dreams through GFWC Success for Survivors Scholarship program.
According to studies, a college degree actually decreases the risk factor for domestic violence, and higher education can help survivors obtain careers with better prospects and futures. Established to provide domestic violence survivors with a means to achieve financial and personal independence and channel GFWC members' steadfast commitment to the prevention of domestic violence, GFWC will award eight domestic violence survivors with $1,000 scholarships in June 2014.
More info can be reached via this link: General Federation of Women's Clubs Offers Success for Survivors Scholarships
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