Are you a woman and a student pursuing a degree in podiatric medicine? Interested in the AAWP women’s scholarship? Each year, we give a talented group of students a valuable scholarship prize of $500 to assist with the fees associated with pursuing their degree in podiatric medicine.
To obtain the AAWP women’s scholarship application, click here. Simply download the application, print it, complete it and follow the submission instructions. Good luck!
Congratulations to Our 2015 Founders Scholarship Winners!
The American Association for Women Podiatrists is proud to announce our 2015 Founders Scholarship winners. We wish them the best in their careers.
Megan Allen is a student at CCPM. She is currently the Event Coordinator for the AAWP Student Chapter and contributed to the organization of the school-wide banquet, and AAWP student Chapter volunteers at Susan G Komen Race for the Cure and the Nike Women's Marathon.
Sophia DiRusso is a student at KSUCPM and is the Director of Local Affairs. In this capacity, she organizes a Red Cross blood drive and also partakes in AAWP Student Chapter's volunteering to provide podiatry care to indigent patients.
Mara Kennedy is a student at TUSPM. She is the current President of the AAWP Student Chapter. Dress for Success participation is a major initiative of the chapter.
Lacy Beth Peck is a student at CCPM. She is the current President of the AAWP Student Chapter and prior to this was the Workshop Coordinator for the chapter. She has participated in many Student Chapter activities, including Banquet and Dinner Panel, and volunteered at the Nike Women's Marathon, Race for the Cure and Napa Valley Marathon.
Congratulations to our 2014 Founders Scholarship Winners!
AAWP is proud to award our Founder Scholarships for 2014 to Alison D'Andelet and Urja Shah.
Alison is a student at Des Moines University College of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery and is also pursuing a Master's Degree in Heathcare Administration. She has held several positions in the AAWP Student Chapter, including Secretary and President and remains an active member. She has organized numerous AAWP events during her tenure as President and worked to create a balance of service activities, social activities and academic activities. She excels academically with a 3.9 GPA.
Urjah Shah is a student at Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine and is ranked 9th in her class. She has been a Secretary in the AAWP Student Chapter and will assume the Presidency this year. She is also involved in several academic clubs at TUSPM and is the Vice President of the Stirling Hartford DiPrimio Honorary Society, which is an academic honor.
We wish continued professional success to these exemplary young women.
Help support students studying to become podiatric physicians with our scholarship fund. Your donation to the AAWP Scholarship Endowment Fund will help provide the financial support a deserving podiatric medicine student needs to help complete their degree. Your contribution directly adds to the AAWP women’s scholarship.
|Some of the links on this page may require Adobe Reader to view them. The Adobe Reader is available for download free of charge, by clicking on the logo.|
Share Us On:
Sign-up to receive e-mail updates, news, helpful product information and more from the AAWP.
Click here to review our complete Privacy Statement.