About the Scholarship
Armenian International Women's Association Scholarship is licensed by the Armenian International Women's Association (AIWA). The establishment is a nonprofit organization with individuals worldwide that was begun in the year 1991 by three powerful women from Boston, Massachusetts. The organization was administered by ladies and concentrated on the interests and needs of ladies. The principle goes for the foundation of the establishment was to promote and advance the social, financial and individual headway of Armenian ladies worldwide through instructive and other network exercises that join Armenian ladies, advance sexual orientation value and accentuate Armenian social legacy.
What are the application procedures while applying for this grant?
The students applying for this scholarship must have been completed their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) application to receive this award.
Students must submit their official Copy of University/College Transcripts
Two Letters of Recommendation must be provided by the candidate to meet the eligibility.
Applicant must provide with a small (passport size) Photograph
What does the Armenian International Women's Association Scholarship provides
- This scholarship amount ranges from $500 to $5000 which is non-renewable but the previous applicants may reapply for this award.
- The total number of awards offered by this scholarship varies depending on the availability of funds and students meeting their academic progress.
The applications are to be submitted by the end of April 19, 2020. Students are informed to submit their scholarship application and other requirements are to be submitted before the due date. Applications and other information are available online on the Armenian International Women's Association (AIWA) website.
The applicant must be an Armenian Descent Female.
The applicant should be a full-time student.
The student should have a cumulative GPA of 3.2 or better.
The applicant may be a junior, senior or graduate student.
The student should produce financial need.