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Charleston Women in International Trade (CWIT) Scholarship

  • Website Address
  • http://www.cwitsc.org
  • Contact
  • awards@cwitsc.org
  • Address
  • CWIT Awards Chairperson
  • P.O. Box 20145
  • Charleston, SC 29413
  • Email Address
  • awards@cwitsc.org
  • Application Deadline
  • February 20, 2016
  • Number Of Awards
  • 4
  • Maximum Amount
  • $3,000
  • Scholarship Description
  • CWIT is offering two $3,000 scholarships for students currently attending colleges/universities and two $1,500 scholarships for high school seniors accepted to attend colleges/universities.

    All students (females and males) who demonstrate a serious interest in pursuing a higher education degree specific to international trade or a related course of study are eligible to apply. Applicants must be residents of South Carolina and U.S. citizens. The application is available on our website and the deadline for submission is January 23rd. The recipients will receive the awards at CWIT's Soiree on April 9th. Contact awards@cwitsc.org with any questions.

    CWIT is an organization that champions the role of international trade professionals, particularly women, in Charleston and throughout South Carolina. By offering monthly learning and networking opportunities, CGBP credentials training, scholarships and recognition for excellence, CWIT seeks to enhance the status of women working in trade-related fields while connecting professionals.

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