A college degree means more opportunities, promotions, income and stability. It
prepares women to contribute to society in meaningful ways, and
to lead in workplace, communities and governments while at the same time provide
better financial environments for their families.
As an organization of college-educated women, we celebrate our educational accomplishments and encourage
more women to realize their highest potential through a college education.
Annually the Club offers scholarships to undergraduate female students who attend local universities and colleges at:
University of Cincinnati
Mount St Joseph University
Northern Kentucky University
-Katherine Baxter, Mount St. Joseph University-Victoria Cater, Miami University-Erin Kaiser, University of Cincinnati-Rebecca Michel, Miami University-Elizabeth Soper, University of of Cincinnati-Jenna Schniegenberg, University of Cincinnati
Saron attends Xavier University and plans to graduate in 2022. Her major areas of study include Philosophy, Politics and International Studies, with a minor in Peace and Justice Studies. She aspires to work with non-profit organizations to empower marginalized people.
Josie attends Miami University and plans to graduate in 2023. She is studying Psychology, and eventually would like to obtain a doctorate in Clinical Psychology and help young adults suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Rebecca is a Miami University student co-majoring in Strategic Communication and Emerging Technology in Business and Design. With plans to graduate in 2023, she is learning how to conduct user research and observe social issues/interactions "to create something useful, appropriate and appealing."
Ruthy attends Miami University and plans to graduate in 2022. Ruthy is majoring in Geology with a minor in Creative Writing. She received Miami University's Undergraduate Research Award, which provides funding for her geological research.
Jenna is a third year Chemical Engineering student at the University of Cincinnati who is simultaneously pursuing her Masters of Business Administration. She expects to graduate in 2023 with her BS in Science and MBA. Recently, Jenna completed an internship at NASA Glenn Research Center that included work on a lithium ion battery project.
Elizabeth is a Chemical Engineering student at the University of Cincinnati who plans to graduate in 2023 with a major in Science and a minor in Management Information Systems. She has been involved in four co-op experiences, including working at Procter & Gamble Co. in Oral Care Product research and on designing coding programs to make analysis of large data sets more efficient.