NEW YORK, Feb. 27, 2018/PRNewswire/ -- Committed to serving women ages 30 and over, the Worthy Professional Scholarship encourages women to renew their lives as they embark on new beginnings toward independence. The winners were chosen from more than 600 female applicants ranging in ages from 30 to 55, enrolled in 400 different colleges and universities, pursuing degrees in such fields as education, nursing, theology.
"To have the ability to provide financial support to help women restart after life changing events and assist them as they find new opportunitie s is at the core of Worthy's mission , " said Judy Herbst Director PR. "We are proud to be empowering women and be a positive force in their lives."
Amazing women shared their stories. What we learned is many of these women overcame unbelievable obstacles and turned their lives around to better themselves by pursuing careers to help others:
"The Worthy scholarship program is an opportunity for women with life changing experiences to have renewed opportunities and receive a financial reward that helps advance them in their next steps. It was my honor to be a part of the process," states panelist Cherie Morris.
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