FWSF Scholarship

$10,000

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The FWSF Scholarship Fund provides graduate and undergraduate scholarships to San Francisco Bay Area women pursuing careers in finance and financial services. Beyond financial support, FWSF scholarship recipients have the opportunity to be mentored by FWSF members and attend career development and networking events.

    Undergraduate scholarships are awarded to women who will be juniors or seniors in the Fall semester of the current year and Graduate scholarships are awarded to students who will be enrolled during the upcoming Summer semester or thereafter. This includes current students or future students who have been accepted into a graduate business program.

    Applicant must be enrolled during the upcoming Summer semester or thereafter at an independently accredited Bay Area college or university, either at the main physical campus of a Bay Area college/university or be enrolled and attending a school satellite campus located within 1 of the 9 Bay Area counties and taking at least 80% of classes at a satellite campus. Must follow a course of study to attain a degree and pursue a career in finance or in the financial services industry and maintain a minimum GPA of 3.4 or equivalent. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Financial Women of San Francisco
  • P.O. Box 26143
  • San Francisco, CA 94126
  • info@financialwomensf.org
  • tel: 415-586-8599
  • fax: 415-586-6606

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