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NORTON, Massachusetts – While the merger between the Massachusetts Golf Association and Women’s Golf Association (WGAM) became official earlier this year and resulted in the introduction of Mass Golf, there is one scholarship program that still bears the WGAM namesake and will continue to provide opportunities for young female golfersl
Announced this week, the WGAM Junior Scholarship program will be accepting applications from female golfers who are Massachusetts residents. See below for complete eligibility requirements and a link to the downloadable application form.
All applications must be received on or before Tuesday, June 5th at 5:00 p.m. Any questions about the WGAM Junior Scholarship program can be directed to Cathleen Beach at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CLICK HERE to download the application.
In order to apply to become a WGAM Junior Scholar an applicant must be a Massachusetts resident and female high school senior who is one of the following:
An eligible applicant who demonstrates no financial need but meets the selection criteria may be named a WGAM Scholar, but will receive no financial aid. All applicants will be contacted to schedule personal interviews. Interviews will only be conducted after your application is submitted and the Trustees have confirmed that you are eligible.
The WGAM Junior Scholarship Fund, Inc. was organized in 1985 for the sole purpose of providing scholarship aid to deserving WGAM junior golfers. It is a federally income-tax-exempt organization as determined by the Internal Revenue Service.
When the merger between the MGA and WGAM become official, the Mass Golf Board of Directors made a decision to continue supporting the WGAM Junior Scholarship Fund so that all existing scholarship funds could go towards assisting deserving candidates.
If you have any questions about the Scholarship Application or the award process, please contact:
Jeanne-Marie Boylan, President
WGAM Junior Scholarship Fund, Inc.
617-227-9000 ext 1004