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Barbara L. Halstead Memorial Young Women In Public Affairs (YWPA)

 
The Barbara L. Halstead Memorial Young Women In Public Affairs Award is designed to encourage young women in high school to pursue careers and seek leadership positions in public policy, government, and volunteer organizations.  This award is available at the international, district and club levels.  Our club awards this in the spring of each year in the amount of $1250.  The Houston Club recipient goes on to compete at the District 10 level ($1500 award) and that award recipient is then eligible for the Zonta International competition (ten $4,000 awards).  

The YWPA application deadline:  March 15, 2019.   The application for 2019 is here:
               
YWPA Application 2019  

For any questions, please contact our Scholarship Chair Melinda at             scholarship_information@zontahouston.org                   


 Jane M. Klausman Women in Business Scholarship
 

  The Jane M. Klausman Women In Business Scholarship offers financial aid to women undergraduate students and graduate students preparing for careers in business and business management. This fund was established by a generous bequest from former Zonta International Parliamentarian, Jane Klausman. The Zonta Club of Houston participates in this scholarship, and mails applications to the eight colleges and universities in the Houston area that award business degrees. 

  The Houston Club recipient is awarded a $1250 scholarship, and is able to compete at the District 10 Level.  The District 10 winner is awarded a $1,000 scholarship and the District 10 winner is then able to compete for one of twelve $7,000 scholarships awarded by Zonta International. 


The Jane M. Klausman application deadline:  May 15, 2019.  The application will be posted in early 2019.                                  
For any questions, please contact our Scholarship Chair Melinda at
scholarship_information@zontahouston.org           



Amelia Earhart Fellowship Award

 

The Zonta International Foundation Amelia Earhart Fellowships are given to women of any nationality pursuing graduate degrees at any institution offering fully-accredited graduate courses and degrees in aerospace-related sciences and engineering.  The applicant must be registered in an accredited Ph.D/doctoral program in a qualifying area of science or engineering closely related to advanced studies in aerospace-related science or aerospace-related engineering.  Each annual fellowship is valued at $10,000 and awarded to 35 women around the globe.  The Amelia Earhart Fellowship was established in 1938 in honor of Amelia Earhart, famed pilot and Zontian.

Applications for the 2019 Fellowships must be received or post-marked by November 15, 2019 to Zonta International.  There is no local award for this fellowship.  More information can be found on the Zonta International website www.zonta.org

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PLEASE NOTE, ZONTA MEMBERS AND THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR ANY OF THE ZONTA AWARDS, SCHOLARSHIPS OR FELLOWSHIPS

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Rose Scholarship - District 10
        Scholarship for a Non-Traditional Student

Go to http://zontadistrict10.org/members-corner/scholarships for the application.


Selection Criteria:

1.    Female Head of Household, primary wage earner of the family.

2.    Applicants should be individuals pursuing post high school training or certification programs not necessarily requiring a baccalaureate degree.

3.    The recipient must use the scholarship to attend an educational institution that is accredited and normally maintains a regular faculty and curriculum and normally has a regularly enrolled body of students in attendance at the place where its educational activities are regularly carried on.  This scholarship can fund  a certification program such as law enforcement or fire training education at a technical/trade school or a community college.

4.    Financial need is determined by consideration of annual family income.

5.    Must be a resident of the Zonta International District 10 and a U.S. Citizen.

6.    Consideration shall be given to good citizenship, character, reputation, moral and ethical standing drawn from a personal interview.