AGAPW awarded Vasiliki Bayiokos with the Amalia Colombos Excellence Tuition Scholarship in STEM. (Photo: Courtesy of AGAPW)
NEW YORK – AGAPW, the Association of Greek American Professional Women announced on June 16 that Vasiliki Bayiokos is the recipient of this year’s Amalia Colombos Excellence Tuition Scholarship in STEM.
AGAPW also announced that they are now accepting applications for the Katerina Navab Excellence Tuition Scholarship in Humanities with the deadline extended to June 30.
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The text of the announcement follows:
Congratulations to Ms. Vasiliki Bayiokos our well-deserving and inspiring 2020 “Amalia Colombos Excellence Tuition Scholarship” awardee!
We are now accepting applications for:
The Katerina Navab Excellence Tuition Scholarship on Humanities
The scholarship offers $1,500 annually and is awarded to a female student of Greek descent enrolled in a four year accredited Bachelor’s program in the Tri-State area of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut.
Selection criteria are based on academic excellence, contribution to the community, and financial need. The applicant must submit a personal statement, a financial statement, and university documents indicating status of enrollment and grades.
The applications deadline has currently been extended to June 30th, 2020.
For further questions on applying for the scholarship or offering to donate to our scholarship fund, please contact Dr. Pannie Trifillis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
AGAPW Scholarship recipients Alexa Vaghenas and Louis Molohidis at last year’s celebration. (Photo: TNH File/ Matina Demelis)
A special Thank You to our scholarship committee members:
The Katerina Navab Excellence Tuition Scholarship in Humanities Committee:
Dr. Sophia Catsambis
Dr. Maria Kaliambou
Ms. Effie Lekas
Dr. Katherine Schwab
Dr. Liana Theodoratou – Committee Chair
The Amalia Colombos Excellence Tuition Scholarship in STEM Committee:
AGAPW is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt, charitable and educational organization under Section 402 of the Non-for-Profit Corporation Law of the State of New York. It was founded in New York City in March of 2010 and it is an independent organization, started by and run by women on a volunteer, pro bono basis. The organization is seeking to expand career opportunities and promote community and leadership building among Greek-American professional women by forging collaborations among ourselves and establishing partnerships with other organizations inside and outside the Greek-American community.
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