Local Women Receive EWI Scholarships

The Adult Student in Scholastic Transition (ASIST) program provides scholarship money to adults looking to improve their situation through education. The award, which is annually provided by Executive Women International (EWI), is available to women facing economic, social or physical challenges.

Tulsa’s EWI chapter announced ten local winners in June. They are: Melissa Wolford, Julie Moore, Pamela McMinn, Kelle Moore, Delores Beeler, Diana Boyce, Keri Cloud, Tiffany Green, Brandy Stoner and Brooke Baker. Each woman will receive a $1,000 scholarship.

The scholarship benefits students who, for a variety of reasons, are facing work and/or life challenges. Across the nation, local chapters of EWI partner with educational providers and social service agencies to identify potential candidates.

Students first apply and compete at the local chapter levels where award levels vary. Chapter-level winners are submitted to the corporate level for the opportunity to be selected for one of twelve national scholarships. The need-based award can be used for tuition or other education-related expenses.

For more information, call EWI at 801-355-2800 or visit www.executivewomen.org.

Updated 08-21-2007

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