SF-AAUW will offer scholarships of $2,000 to help upper division and graduate school women to receive it for their last year of college or graduate school. Their completion for their degrees should be May 2019. This year should be one year away from their degree. Candidates must live or be attending a university or college within a 100 miles distance of San Francisco. There are not restrictions on the use of the funds. Completion of application is due by April 30, 2018. The scholarship applies for the 2018-2019 school year.
If you are interested, or have friends or relatives who may benefit from the scholarship, please check the Silver Jubilee Fund information posted below on this web page.
The Silver Jubilee Scholarship Fund was established in 1916 to celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of the founding of the San Francisco branch of the American Association of University Women. The San Francisco branch, founded by Sarah Dix Hamlin, is the second oldest in the United States, and has pioneered the role of women in California education.
Promoting higher education is a major goal of AAUW. The Silver Jubilee Scholarship Fund has assisted our branch in meeting this goal. Through the years, many AAUW-SF branch members have contributed to the Scholarship Fund. The largest bequest was made in 1982 by Mildred Bickel, and enabled the establishment of the Gordon Bickel Fund. This Fund has allowed the expansion of AAUW-SF's scholarship program.
If you decide to apply for the AAUW-SF Silver Jubilee Scholarship, please note that all of the following are required:
If you meet eligibility requirements, additional information may be required before scholarships are awarded.
For further information, please refer to the Silver Jubilee Fund FAQ.
If you would like additional information by email
please contact Mary Suter (Silver Jubilee Committee Coordinator) at: email@example.com