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 Agnes Morris Education Scholarship
BPW/LA


 
2008 Agnes Morris Scholarship Recipient Anne Storms graduates from NSU with an Associates Degree in History (Fall, 2012)

      

Fall 2012 Scholarship Winners
Nakia Jones, New Orleans, Student-at-Large (Left)
Tasha Pierron, Jefferson Parish SOL (Right)

Fall 2012 Scholarship Winner
Vicki Crist
Monroe-West Monroe MOL

     This scholarship fund originated as the Agnes Morris Education Loan Fund and is sponsored and funded by BPW/LA.  This scholarship is a continuing education scholarship for a woman, 25 years or older.  The recipient of this scholarship must be a BPW/LA member.  The scholarship can be used for an acceptable learning program from an accredited university, college, or technical college as well as proven coursework for license or career advancement.  The student must complete 6 or more hours per semester or quarter.  The check is issued jointly to the student and the school/institution.

Click here for the application and rules associated with the Agnes Morris Education Scholarship.


The BPW Foundation Career Advancement STEM Scholarships

 

FALL 2012 BPW Foundation
STEM Scholarship Winner
Brooke Weiss, New Orleans SOL

SPRING 2012 BPW Foundation
STEM Scholarship Winner
Leslie Adams, SAL

The BPW Foundation established the STEM Career Advancement Scholarship Program in 2011 to provide financial assistance to disadvantaged women seeking to further their education in STEM (Science, Engineering, Technology, Mathematics) fields. Scholarships are provided to women 25 years or older who are 2 years or less from finishing their bachelor's degrees.  One nominee per state is allowed, and candidates are nominated by the State Executive Committee.  Over its history since 1969, the Foundation has awarded more than $6 million in scholarships, grants, and loans to over 8,000 women seeking to improve their lives. 

For information on BPW Foundation scholarships, click here.

See article on Scholarships for Students over 55

 
 
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