Jane M Klausman Women in Business Scholarships
The Jane M Klausman Women in Business Scholarships help women pursue undergraduate and Master’s degrees in business management. Applications are usually made in May through local Zonta Clubs. Individual or groups of clubs may provide awards and in addition a US$1,000 award is provided at the district level and a further 12 international scholarships valued at $7,000 each are provided at the international level.
Download the 2020 JMK Application Form ZMoY v2.
Amelia Earhart Fellowships
Amelia Earhart was a Zontian and this remarkable woman is honoured through the Amelia Earhart Fellowships for women pursuing PhD/doctoral degrees in aerospace-related sciences and engineering. Applications are made directly to Zonta International and close in November each year. The Fellowships, worth US$10,000 each are awarded to 35 Fellows around the globe each year.
Young Women in Public Affairs Awards
The Young Women in Public Affairs awards program recognises young women aged 16-19 (i.e. pre-university) who demonstrate a commitment to leadership in public policy, government and volunteer organisations. Applications are made by mid March to the local Zonta Club with winners’ applications being forwarded for consideration of a District award of US$1,000 and 10 international awards of US$4,000 each.
The world economy, industry and sciences are becoming increasingly digitized, and these developments are disrupting society and familiar social processes. Women, however, are still largely underrepresented in technology fields. To create a world in which men and women have equal opportunities, women need to have an active role in technology and technological developments. Zonta International is pleased to offer its new Zonta International Women in Technology Scholarship to encourage women to pursue education, career opportunities and leadership roles in technology.
For the launch of this pilot program, the Zonta International Foundation will award up to US$112,000 in scholarships: 32 district/region scholarships of US$2,000 each and six international scholarships of US$8,000 each.
Frances Quinn Arts Encouragement Award
The Frances Quinn Art Encouragement Award provide a performance opportunity and monetary prize to a student of classical music. Traditionally, this scholarship has been awarded to the most promising first year female student at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music.
The performance is held annually at St Peters Anglican Church, 77 Were St, Brighton Beach.