EWI ASIST Scholarship

$15,000

March 22, 2020

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The EWI ASIST Scholarship is a non-discriminatory, educational scholarship program for the benefit of non-traditional students past high school age pursuing an associates, bachelor or master’s degree, or a technical/professional certificate. The ASIST scholarship is open to male and female students, 18 years of age or older, entering or already enrolled in a college, university, or trade school. It is also open to persons entering the workforce for the first time or in need of re-training due to changes in the workplace. Selection criteria includes, but is not limited to: financial need, social, physical and economic challenges, and family responsibility. During the EWI of Dallas chapter scholarship awards dinner approximately (or up to) $15,000 in scholarships will be awarded.

    Applicants must legally reside in the usa and live within boundaries of Dallas, Collin or Tarrant counties and have clearly defined career goals and objectives and specify the educational requirements to attain the above goals and objectives.
    Must utilize re-entry programs available through colleges/universities/technology centers, community agencies and service groups or career professionals. Scholarship applications must be submitted electronically by March 22nd at 5:00 pm CDT

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Scholarship Committee
  • EWI.Dallas.Scholarships@gmail.com

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