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Debunked: 4 Common Scholarship Application Myths


Blog, Foundation, Scholarships

By: Mary Kate Kronzer, Gamma/Butler, Foundation Programs Manager

Over the past few years as a member of Theta Foundation staff and as a chapter advisor, I’ve heard my fair share of myths surrounding Theta Foundation’s scholarships. No applicant should be discouraged from applying because of something she heard that actually isn’t true, so I’m here to […]

The 22-Year Impact of a Theta Foundation Scholarship


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By: Jennifer Dolphin Rottkamp, Rho/Nebraska

Although it was 22 years ago, I still remember where I was when I received word that I had been awarded the Alice Allen Brant Founders Memorial Scholarship. I was in a dorm room at the University of Hartford where I was staying for a summer internship. My mom called me […]

The Understated Gratitude of the Annual Fund


Blog, Foundation, Giving, Pansy Patch, Scholarships

By: Jami Harrison Slaton, Alpha Sigma/Washington State, Foundation Manager of Annual & Chapter Giving

The two words I appreciate most at Theta Foundation are “thank you.” And in the work we do, I get to see and hear those two words a lot. I read them in scholarship and grant recipient thank you notes. I read […]

5 Tips to “Spring” Into Action!


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By: Aarani Arulmoli, Zeta Rho/UC San Diego, Theta Foundation scholarship recipient

Above: Aarani, second from right, with her Theta sisters at their senior award ceremony and celebration in 2013, right before graduation!

The new year marks the perfect time to reflect on your personal obstacles and growth in the past year. With this fresh start and […]

New Year, Better (But Not New) You: Healthy Goal Setting


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By: Julia Rodriguez, Beta Psi/McGill, Theta Foundation scholarship recipient

With each new year I have the urge to reinvent myself: I’ll find a new hobby, I’ll work harder in school, I’ll eat well…the list goes on. But, as you may have guessed, I’ve never actually achieved any of these goals, and chances are you haven’t stuck […]

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