TXWA is proud to announce that up to two scholarships will be awarded for the Spring 2019 semester for $3,000 each. The student must be a relative or family member of a TXWA member and enrolled in college in the State of Texas. Refer to the application form for additional information and guidelines:
Questions for the upcoming Spring 2019 Scholarship Applicants:
The deadline for all paperwork (including reference letters) is mid-night: January 12, 2019 Midnight
Application, essay, and reference letters, should be emailed to:
If you have any questions please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Scholarships will be announced on or before February 15th, 2019.
South Wireless Summit is proud to announce that it will award one scholarship for the Spring 2019 semester. Please review the scholarship guidelines and application for additional details. Keep in mind that all submissions must be submitted via email to: Southwirelesssummit2017@gmail.com, in the formats detailed in the guidelines document:
CONGRATULATIONS to our TWO TXWA 2018 FALL SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS:
Hannah Lott: On behalf of TXWA, we congratulate Hannah as a recipient of the TXWA 2018 Fall Scholarship award. A recent graduate of Friendship High School, Hannah is now entering as a Sophomore at the University of Houston. Hannah is going after a major in Media Production with a minor in Spanish. Hannah is also a member of Alpha Delta Pi at University of Houston. She is enthusiastic about learning and loves empowering others to learn new things. In off times, Hannah loves volunteering and mentoring young high school students through her church group, Young Life. Congratulations to Hannah on this much deserved award!
Dylan Merritt: TXWA would like to congratulate Dylan Merritt as a recipient of our 2018 Fall Scholarship. Dylan is a Sophomore at Tarleton State University and is majoring in Agribusiness. After acquiring his Bachelor of Science in Agribusiness he intends to keep pushing towards acquiring a masters in accounting and getting his CPA license. Dylan is also a member of his church youth group and helps younger kids through their devotional now project. We wish Dylan the best of luck and continued success realizing his goals in the future.