Woman's Century Club Scholarship
Website: Woman's Century Club
The Woman’s Century Club connects Seattle-area women interested in learning about women’s history, and provides a place of connection and inspiration for women of all generations and walks of life. We seek to honor the graces of the past while investing in the young women of the future.
Since its founding in 1891, the Woman’s Century Club has provided annual scholarship support to deserving women through local colleges and universities.
The club today continues that tradition by awarding a scholarship each year to an outstanding junior woman student, at a Seattle-area college or university, who exemplifies the traditions of female leadership and service that our club’s founders sought to encourage. The scholarship is for $2,000; the recipient also receives a one-year membership in the Club.
To apply for the scholarship, you must be a female U.S. citizen in your junior year at a fully accredited Seattle-area college or university, with high scholastic ability as well as financial need.
- US Citizen
The one-page application available at http://www.womanscenturyclub.org/scholarship/.
Please submit the following documents:
- A currently dated letter of recommendation from an individual who can tell us about your motivation for pursuing your stated career goal, through your academic choices, volunteer work, employment, etc. (May be a professor, counselor, employer, volunteer supervisor, or the like; please have them include their email address and phone number.)
- Your most recent grade transcript (can be a copy, not an official transcript).
Mail your application and supporting materials, all in one envelope, to Benevolence and Scholarship Committee Chair, The Woman’s Century Club, PO Box 20206, Seattle, WA 98102; sorry, we can’t accept applications by email or fax.
Applications will be accepted from April 1 through June 30. We aren’t able to accept late applications, so please make sure yours is postmarked by June 30.
If you are chosen as the recipient of our scholarship, we will notify you by email and invite you to our Fall Reception in October, where you and our other new members will be officially welcomed into the club.
The club was founded in Seattle in 1891 by suffragist Carrie Chapman Catt and other female pathbreakers, including Seattle’s first woman superintendent of schools and the first woman to graduate in law from Yale. You can learn more about the club and our history at www.womanscenturyclub.org.
If you have any questions, please email email@example.com or call 206.322.9565.