Arizona BPW Foundation Scholarship

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July 01, 2021

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Arizona Business and Professional Women's Foundation promotes the advancement of Arizona's working women through scholarships, research, and education. Scholarships are awarded to women 21 years or older who are returning to school at a community college to acquire better job opportunities or advance their current careers. All scholarship recipients are required to attend one Arizona BPW Foundation event per year. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • Arizona BPW Foundation
  • P. O. Box 32596
  • Phoenix, AZ 85064
  • azbpwfoundation@gmail.com
  • 602-819-8968

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Kathy M.  on 7/11/2020 9:23:48 AM

I am very interested in a scholarship. I am going back to school to become a wildlife biologist. I am 52 years old.

Devin W.  on 4/21/2020 1:03:49 PM

Hi, I found this scholarship online and loved how it's for women who want to continue their education to provide a better life for them and their families. I will be applying.

Tamela E  on 2/28/2020 4:15:48 PM

How exciting is this, Arizona BPW, Foundation Scholarship. I will be applying for this scholarship because I think it would be great to become a professional woman. My degree is in Family Studies, working with at risk youth ages 16-20, who are either in the foster care system, juvenile justice, or homeless. I want to invest in youth, teaching how to work and develop their own online company to be their own business leaders.

Daniell speers  on 1/27/2020 12:24:04 PM

I would like to attend SWHA to become a licensed massage and therapeutic therapaist. I have a 4 year old autistic son who attends occupational therapy as well as speech therapy and some of the things they do with him I can learn. I can acquire skills that can help my son and I can do a job where I'm proud to go to work every day.

Michelle Padilla  on 1/2/2020 7:37:18 PM

I want to enroll in a medical school and to graduate before my children so they can be proud of me. I really like the medical field but I am interested in an online bachelor. Thanks so much! MP

Terri D  on 5/22/2019 12:52:19 PM

What is the award amount?

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