2024 WESPA Scholarship

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Thanks for your interest in the Worthington Educational Support Professionals Association (WESPA) Scholarship.

Qualified Applicants:

Any student pursuing an academic program beyond high school who is a daughter or son of a Worthington Educational Support Professionals Association (WESPA) member may apply. Scholarships will be awarded to both high school seniors and students currently in a post-secondary program.

WESPA will award up to 4 students with scholarships of $500 each. At least one of these may be awarded to a student already enrolled in a post-secondary program. You will be notified of the status of your application by mail. Applications will be judged on neatness and readability as well as content, grade point average, etc. Please attach a copy of your latest transcript (which may be unofficial).

Applications are due in the mailbox of Mary Reiner at Brookside Elementary School - 6700 McVey Blvd, Columbus, OH 43235 - no later than Friday, 12 April 2024, @3:30 (they can be dropped off at the front office).

Applications are then duplicated for committee members to evaluate. NO ADDITIONAL APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED ONCE THE EVALUATION PROCESS HAS BEGUN.

Please Note:

  • Letters of recommendation must be from non-family members.
  • Use one side of each page only. This aids in duplicating the applications for evaluation.
  • You may attach as many additional pages as necessary.

Best wishes in this process,

Winners will be notified by April 28th, 2024


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Mary Reiner
Worthington Educational Support Professionals Association

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