Beverly J Smith Memorial Scholarships

The Beverly J. Smith Memorial Scholarship has been established by the Harrisburg Branch of AAUW to honor our past president. Ms. Smith was a nationally known and respected expert on refugee resettlement and immigration. She devoted her life to helping people of diverse nationalities begin new lives and obtain education, homes, health care, and legal advice.

AAUW would like to honor her memory by assisting in the education of a woman working toward a bachelor’s degree. AAUW would especially like to assist someone who embodies Ms. Smith's vision.

Eligible candidates must meet the following criteria:
1. Permanent resident of Dauphin, Cumberland or Perry County
2. Attend an accredited college or university located in Pennsylvania
3. Female student having completed at least 60 credits toward a Bachelor’s degree by end of
May 2013
4. Enroll full-time as student in both the spring and fall 2013 terms
5. Demonstration of academic achievement with at least a 3.4 GPA
6. Demonstration of financial need

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