Scholarships

Beavercreek Women's League Scholarships

Proceeds from the BWL Scholarship Luncheon help area Beavercreek High School students and "Women in Transition" to further their education by awarding scholarships to assist with college tuition and expenses.  Scholarship funds are not only raised through the sale of the luncheon tickets, but also through the sale of raffle tickets (to try to win a basket) and the purchase of auctioned items and party reservations. 

Scholarship Luncheon 2020 Information:  tickets for the Scholarship Luncheon are available now!  HERE 
This event has a new date of Saturday August 29th.


Beavercreek High School Scholarships
For over 22 years the BWL has awarded scholarships to graduating Beavercreek High School seniors. The amount changes yearly based on proceeds for our annual scholarship luncheon. The students fill out an application at the high school and go through an interview with a panel of teachers, counselors, and community representatives. For the BWL scholarship we look for students who make good grades, are involved in school and/or community activities, exhibit need, and show capability of doing college work. The scholarships are announced and awarded at the local scholarship assembly at the high school with parents and friends invited to attend.

2020 Beavercreek High School Winners Announced!  Share with us congratulating these young scholars.

The BWL board decided to provide three scholarships for $1000 each.

     Kayleigh Crabtree plans to start t Sinclair and then transfer to Wright State or Miami to study business finance.  She has attended Beavercreek Schools for her entire education.  She has a 3.65 GPA,.  Kayleigh is a leukemia survivor and with a school friend raised over $120,000 for charity.  She has a job and volunteers with Special Wish.

     Kayleigh Nussegen is going to the University of Detroit to play lacrosse and study criminal justice with the goal of working for the FBI.  She has a GPA of 4.58.  Layleigh has been very involved in sports all four years – soccer including the state championship team, lacrosse, and wrestling as state winner.  She has also participated in French Club, Leaders in the Kitchen, All-Stars, Peer Helper, and National Honor Society.

     Megan Pucciani plans to go to Miami to study psychology/pre med .  She hopes to get a Ph.D and help rehabilitate veterans or do radiology for kids.  She has a 4.29 GPA.  She was in student council and band but her main activity for  four years was color guard/winter guard where she was Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz band competition program in her senior year.



Women in Transition Scholarships
In 2000 we began a scholarship program to benefit Greene County women who are returning to school, changing careers, or dealing with often unexpected life challenges. Currently, The Beavercreek Women's League gives at least one Women-in-Transition scholarship each year, valued at not less than $1000.00. It is geared for a woman returning to school, changing careers, with life challenges, good grades. Please call to request an application or click below to get your application from this website.

Please click HERE for the 2020 WiT Criteria and Application.

Please click HERE if you wish to see the WiT Bulletin Announcement regarding WiT applications.
Guidelines for candidates applying for the Beavercreek Women’s League “Woman-in-Transition” Scholarship in 2020:
  • Must be female and be 25 years old or older (born in or before 1995) AND must be a resident of Greene County, Ohio; and preferable a resident of Beavercreek, Ohio.
  • Must have earned a minimum of 20 college credit hours from an accredited college within the past five years with a GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale.
  • Must submit most recent official college transcript with application.
  • Must exhibit financial need. Please explain in your Personal Statement essay.
  • Must carry a minimum of five credit hours per semester while utilizing the scholarship funds.
  • Funds must be used for tuition and/or required books and lab fees and will be deposited in the college bursar's office in the recipient's name with her Student ID number. 
  • Any 2020 BWL scholarship funds not used by May 20, 2021 shall be returned to the Beavercreek Women's League.
  • Scholarship recipient may receive this scholarship in future years. However, she must apply to renew the scholarship.
  • Application envelope must be postmarked no later than July 15, 2020. Scholarship recipient(s) will be notified by August 1, 2020.
Call for an application:  JoAnn (937-426-4882), Carolyn (937-426-0864, or Linda (937-572-1965.
Mail applications to:      Carolyn Tipps
                                            Attn: BWL Scholarship Committee
                                            4341 Kemp Rd., Beavercreek, OH 45431
 
General process:
  • The applications are available (March 1, 2020).
  • The deadline is July 15, 2020 for the postmark on the envelope.  
  • The committee then meets to select the winner(s).
  • Questions? Contact Carolyn  Tipps (937-426-0864) or email: beavercreekwomensleague@gmail.com.