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Professional BusinessWomen of California Scholarship for Young Women

Since 1988, Professional BusinessWomen of California (PBWC) has inspired women to recognize and pursue their professional dreams. PBWC initiated its Scholarship Program in 2003 to support the academic advancement of future women leaders. The scholarship award will be sent directly to a designated accredited college or university where the student will be enrolled in an undergraduate academic program.


Scholarships are announced during PBWC's annual conferences. The largest of their kind, these conferences provide a forum for advancing the professional and personal development of Bay Area women through tools, resources, training and true inspiration. High school students attend as part of PBWC's Young Women's program, made possible through the generous support of sponsors.

Please contact scholarships@pbwc.org for more information about this year's scholarship.

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