The Women of AT&T (WOA) understands that due to COVID-19 school closures access to official transcripts have been limited. The WOA National Scholarship Committee will accept unofficial transcripts for now so that the scholarship process can move forward. An OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT WILL BE REQUIRED BY MAY 29TH to confirm scholarship recipients. (Date subject to change due to the current covid19 spread). The scholarship committee will continue to monitor the situation so check back here for updates. The Application Deadline will still be April 30th, 2020 with the extension to May 29th, 2020 for transcripts only.
Women of AT&T 2020 National Scholarship
The Women of AT&T National Scholarship was established to encourage and reward personal and professional development, focusing on continuous growth, advancement, and success through education, leadership, and community involvement.
The program awards scholarships to deserving students attending or soon to be attending an establishment of higher learning. Applicants must be sponsored by a Women of AT&T member.
The Women of AT&T National Scholarship Committee annually determines the amount of money and number of scholarships awarded based on funding availability. In 2020, the Committee is pleased to announce that twenty-five $1000 scholarships will be awarded to:
Graduating high school seniors
Undergraduate students already enrolled in or attending an establishment of higher education
Applicants for the Women of AT&T National Scholarship Program must be planning to attend or currently attending an accredited post-secondary institution or technical vocational/trade school. Applicants must have a minimum 3.00 cumulative GPA (4.00 scale) and must be sponsored by a Women of AT&T member. Students of all genders are eligible to apply.
AT&T employees are not eligible to receive the Women of AT&T National Scholarship. Family and friends are eligible. Note that the online application must be accessed from outside the AT&T Firewall.
Recipients of the Women of AT&T National Scholarship are chosen through a process that evaluates the following:
Essay Quality (40 Points)
Grade Point Average (35 Points)
Community/School Involvement (25 Points)