Distinguished Young Women Scholarship Program

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Distinguished Young Women Scholarships are available in two ways: cash tuition scholarships (which can be used at any accredited institution of higher learning) and college-granted scholarships. Before you apply, be aware that in order to qualify for or win any of the scholarships offered by Distinguished Young Women, you must participate in a program. This includes attending a rehearsal(s) and being a part of an on-stage performance. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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Rebeca A  on 1/23/2018 4:00:32 PM

This sounds like a great opportunity!

Samantha L  on 12/23/2017 12:19:24 PM

The Distinguished young woman program is amazing. It is not just about money and the contest, it is about self-discovery, hope and joy. I participated and earned $2000 in cash scholarship money, but I also earned so much more. It was really hard to go there, but I changed because of it. We went to the Make-A-Wish princess party and I would trade anything in the world to do it again. There were other things we did, but that was what meant the most to me. Thank you all those who helped me be able top get to go and enjoy that week experience at state.

Haylee P  on 11/28/2017 9:07:19 AM

I applied and so far in the program I have won $1,050 in cash scholarships! Love being a part of this program

Emily P  on 12/6/2013 7:58:53 PM

I applied! Such an awesome program to be a part of!

Megan D  on 7/31/2013 10:31:21 PM

This sounds like a GREAT opportunity!

Danielle P  on 3/11/2012 11:16:57 PM

I actually participated in this program through the state of Florida. I made it to the state finals and won one of the preliminary interview awards and the prize was a $400 scholarship! Great program! Lots of fun! All girls should apply!!

Gab L  on 8/15/2011 7:23:43 PM

sounds like fun!

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