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5 Tips for Completing a Successful Scholarship or Grant Application

Blog, Foundation, Grant, Scholarships

By: Gaylena Merritt, Director of Programs

It’s that time of the year when Theta women are busily making plans for the summer and preparing for the upcoming academic year. Theta Foundation is proud to support Thetas in their scholastic pursuits and promotion of the widest influence for good through our grants and scholarships. To ensure you […]

Understanding What “Lifetime” Really Means

Blog, Foundation, Story

By: Jami Harrison Slaton, Alpha  Sigma/Washington State University

Above: Jami, her brother, sister, and mother visit the Alpha Sigma house in 1994.

When I was 18 years old and joined Kappa Alpha Theta, I was unable to grasp the concept of “Theta for a lifetime.” While my mom (Alpha Sigma/Washington State University), dad, and many relatives had […]

Gamma deuteron’s Excellent ELC Visit

Blog, College Philanthropy Events, Foundation, Give to Lead Give to Learn

Aquene leading Gamma deuteron’s leadership workshop.

In November, ELC Aquene Kenerson visited the Gamma deuteron chapter at Ohio Wesleyan University. While there, Aquene led a leadership workshop, and the chapter participated in Theta Foundation’s Don’t Break the Chain letter-writing campaign to benefit Give to Lead, Give to Learn. As one of Give to Lead, Give to Learn’s main funding […]

Day 31: Today’s Gifts Provide Tomorrow’s Opportunities

Give to Lead Give to Learn, Grant, Scholarships, Theta31

2014 is coming to an end, and with the end of December also comes the end of our 31 Days of Thanks and Giving. We hope you’ve enjoyed the stories shared by our scholarship recipients, grant recipients, and donors, and that you’ve come to see the importance of our mission and why your support is […]

Day 30: “Through the help of Theta Foundation, my dreams are coming true.”

Scholarships, Theta31

By: Sarah Faulkner, Eta Sigma/Chapman, 2014 Theta Foundation scholarship recipient

It was as an Eta Sigma Theta at Chapman University that I learned the importance of being a well-rounded woman: of being a leader, a scholar, a service-learner, and a loyal friend. While I heard that Theta was for a lifetime and knew that my love […]

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