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Nashville Athena Scholarships for Non-Traditional Students

Since 1991, the ATHENA Award and Scholarship Program has been honoring outstanding women of Nashville for their skills in business, leadership and service to their community.


The ATHENA Awards for Non-Traditional Students are given to enable the recipient to continue her education to pursue her career ambition. Awards are given to women who reside in Davidson, Wilson, Williamson, Robertson, Sumner, Cheatham and Rutherford counties. The winning award will be for $5,000, with the runner-up receiving $2,500.

Requirements
- Be a graduate of any high school or have earned a GED
- Have been out of high school five years or longer
- Be a student in or an applicant for admission to any undergraduate program of higher education
- Be able to demonstrate need for financial aid or assistance

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