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Camden County American Association of University Women

The Camden County Branch of the American Association of University Women is offering scholarships to women who:

- have completed at least one year of post-secondary (high school) work
- are currently enrolled in a program
- are residents of Camden or Burlington counties in New Jersey

Primary consideration is given to students who have returned to school after a break in their education. All
students who meet the requirements will be considered.


For more information and to download the application, please visit the Camden County Branch of the American Association of University Women website.

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