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Zeta Phi Beta National Educational Foundation/Deborah Partridge Wolfe International Fellowship
The Foundation annually provides financial assistance to needy students pursuing higher education both at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Since its inception, it has awarded thousands of dollars in scholarships, grants, and fellowships. In addition to its general undergraduate and graduate scholarships, the Foundation awards a number of specialized fellowships, including ones in international study, social work, medicine, counseling, anthropology, and education.
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Zeta Tau Alpha Scholarships and Grants
Founders Grants: A $5,000 scholarship awarded to ZTA graduate students exhibiting outstanding leadership, exceptional academic achievement and financial need. Service Scholarships: A minimum of $1,000, these scholarships are given to those in the field of medicine and research.Recognition Scholarships: Established through endowment monies and annual gifts, these awards of $1,200 each can be named in memory or in honor of a special ZTA. Achievement Scholarships: A minimum of $1,000, the awards are bestowed to students demonstrating leadership qualities within ZTA chapters or in campus activities while maintaining a high scholastic average.Endowed Scholarships: A minimum of $1,000, these scholarships can be established for specific chapters, with preference for the award going to a member of that particular chapter.

Zonita Club of the Santa Clarita Valley Scholarship
This scholarship is available to female students who are residents of the Santa Clarita Valley.

Zonta Club Grant
An educational grant will be given to a mature Douglas County woman who is returning to school for retraining or advanced training in any field of endeavor.

Zonta Club of Billings Book Scholarship
This award is available to female students majoring in business who are residents of Yellowstone County.

Zonta International Jame M. Klausman Women in Business Scholarship
This scholarship is available to women enrolled in undergraduate study leading to an undergraduate degree in business-related fields. Applicants must be eligible to enter the third or fourth year of an undergraduate degree program at an accredited university/college/institute, and must have achieved an outstanding academic record during the first years of academic study. Applicants must demonstrate the intent to complete a program in business and show outstanding achievement in business-related subjects. Applicants must provide two confidential letters of recommendation from faculty members in their major field of study and one confidential letter of recommendation from an employer, volunteer supervisor, or academic advisor. Applicants must submit an essay which clearly describes immediate and future academic and career goals andhow the scholarship will assist in meeting those goals.

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