Let's face it … people with more education make more money. Achieving a four-year bachelor's degree positions students to earn an average of more than $20,000 per year over their peers who settle for a high school diploma. Add a master's or doctorate degree, and that amount can triple. Over a lifetime, millions of dollars are at stake. So, while rising costs can make college seem unaffordable, most students simply cannot afford to miss out.
Women's Alliance helps fill the financial gap for students by offering four-year, renewable scholarships to offset tuition. Scholarship winners also receive a stipend to help pay for textbooks and other fees. Our goal is to erase poverty one student at a time by ensuring that our young people can reap the benefits of a college education and make meaningful contributions to our community.