北美洲臺灣婦女會
North America Taiwanese Women's Association


Scholarship                         

NATWA Scholarship Program:

Over the years, NATWA has established several need-based scholarships as listed below to assist the financially disadvantaged and qualified students who are seeking educational advancement.

Funding Source:

NATWA Fund or generous donations from members and friends.

1. Community Scholarship- run by chapters or group of NATWA members, scholarship offered to local educational institutes.

    CS Application guideline and form

2. Single-mother-student scholarship- applicant must be a student and a single mother. Two recipients this year will be awarded U.S $1,000 each.

     SMS Application guideline and form

3. Special Project Scholarship:
Dr. K. P. Fu memorial scholarship - offered to second generation Taiwanese American students who intern at Taiwanese American public affair organizations.

 
2014 Scholarship Winner - Jamila Thomas and Azu Shahadan

from left: Sue Wang, Sharon Hsu, Jamila Thomas, Azu Shahadan and Mei Lu

2014 Single-Mother-Student Scholarship Report: By Sue wang, The other member of committee is Sharon Hsu.


The winners of this year are Azuraida Shahadan and Jamila Thomas, both were from California.
SMS funding for the year of 2014 is donated by Mrs.Shon Yang, thanks to Shon.
Azuraida Shahadan currently is a graduate student at California State University,  Fullerton in Education Leadership Doctoral program. Her long-term career goal is to open her own school and be an administrator.
Jamila Thomas is a graduate student at the University of Southern California Davis School of Gerontology. Her future goal is to be a clinical psychologist.