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AHEPA Education & Scholarships

Nomination Form for AHEPA Scholar-Athlete SCHOLARSHIP

Educational Foundation Scholarship Application

 "Sorry our 2016 scholarship season is now closed!
Please check back on January 1st 2017 when our new application period will reopen."

Mailing the application package by any delivery service that can ascertain proof of delivery certified mail / return receipt requested or FedEx postmarked no later than March 31 (Emailed and faxed applications are NOT acceptable)

AHEPA's commitment to education has been well documented throughout its history. Over $4 million is endowed at the local, district and national levels toward the use of scholarships and a half-million dollars is awarded annually. Thousands of young men and women have benefited as recipients of AHEPA scholarships at these various levels. The most famous recipient, perhaps, is ABC News' Host of This Week, George Stephanopoulos.

AHEPA Worthington Chapter 30 in Baltimore

Hundreds of thousands of dollars are awarded to deserving students annually by the AHEPA Family.

The scholarship program at the national level is administered by AHEPA's National Educational Foundation. It offers scholarships to a wide variety of students. Recipients are: traditional and non-traditional students; seminarians, including those entering Holy Cross Greek School of Theology; and high school seniors, college and post-graduate students who are looking to become tomorrow's leaders.

The preservation of Hellenic or Classical Studies programs on college campuses is an important issue for the AHEPA Educational Foundation. A subcommittee of the Foundation, the Hellenic Cultural Commission, actively works to support the study of the Classics at universities.

In addition, educational programs such as "Journey to Greece" and Washington Internships have been sponsored by the Foundation.

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