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The Dwaraka R. Iyengar PMI Dallas Chapter Area Scholarship

This scholarship was developed in honor of Dwaraka R. Iyengar, an outstanding and dedicated volunteer who joined the board in 1998. Dwaraka's key volunteer roles included VP Education, Chapter President and Past President.


In order to be considered eligible for a scholarship, applicants must be enrolled in or applying to a project management degree program or a related field benefitting from project management with the following order of priority:

- 1st Priority: A student attending or planning to attend an accredited degree program that lives and goes to school in the PMI Dallas Chapter area (home and school Zip Code falls within ZIP code range: 75000 - 75900)
- 2nd Priority: A student living in the Dallas Chapter area (home ZIP code range 75000 - 75900) attending or planning to attend an accredited degree program within the Dallas/Fort Worth Area
- 3rd Priority: A student living in the Dallas Chapter area (home ZIP code range 75000 - 75900) attending or planning to attend any accredited degree program

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