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Resources for Scholarship Programs from the NSPA


National Report:
Private Scholarships Count


White Paper:
Award Displacement

Private Scholarships Count:
Access to Higher Education and
the Critical Role of the Private Sector
Click here to read report. 

Impact of Award
Displacement on Students
and their Families: Recommendations for
Colleges, Universities, Policymakers and
Scholarship Providers.
Click here to read.


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Scholarship Resources


Free Online Resources from
Pathways to College Network



NSPA Leading the Way

The National Scholarship Providers Association is the only national organization dedicated solely to supporting the needs of professionals administering scholarships in colleges and universities, non-profits, foundations, and businesses.
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NSPA 2013 - 2015 Strategic Business Plan 

"NSPA has been the catalyst to helping us be more effective and efficient in our mission! Through the national conference and resource meetings, we have had the privilege to learn from like-minded organizations, discover new tools of the trade, and share in the wider movement to help more deserving students earn their college degrees." - David R. Dukes, Simon Foundation for Education and Housing

NSPA Member Highlights

Western Golf Association/Evans Scholars Foundation

"We are thrilled to have been recognized by the National Scholarship Providers Association, a group that has a long history of honoring the nation's most impactful nonprofit organizations," said John Kaczkowski, president and CEO of the Western Golf Association, which has administered the scholarship program since 1930. "To be selected to join that elite group of scholarship providers is an honor felt by everyone at the Western Golf Association and Evans Scholars Foundation."

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The Western Golf Association conducts four national golf championships and sponsors the nationally acclaimed Chick Evans Caddie Scholarship Program. Headquartered in Golf, Illinois, the organization was founded in 1899 by 11 Chicago-area golf clubs to promote their interests in golf. Today, more than 380 member clubs in states throughout the nation support the WGA.

The WGA champions education through golf in sponsoring the Evans Scholars Program. Established by famed amateur golfer Charles "Chick" Evans Jr., the program provides full housing and tuition scholarships to deserving caddies across the country. Currently, 870 caddies are attending college on scholarship; there are nearly 10,000 Evans Alumni across the country. Most Scholars attend one of the 14 universities where the Foundation owns and operates a Scholarship House.

The Evans Scholars Program is funded by contributions from more than 26,000 WGA Evans Scholars Par Club members from across the country, as well as proceeds from the BMW Championship and support from the Evans Scholars Alumni.

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Job Board

Senior Manager, Earl Woods Scholarship Program
The Tiger Woods Foundation
Anaheim, CA
(Posted 9/30/14)

Program Coordinator, Higher Ed

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation
Lansdowne, VA
(Posted 9/17/14)

College Program Coordinator
Simon Family Foundation
San Clemente, CA
(Posted 7/23/14)

Executive Director

The Peninsula College Fund
Redwood City, CA
(Posted 4/30/14)

Director of Scholarships

Hispanic Scholarship Fund
Gardena, CA
(Posted 4/21/14)

Director of Career Services
Hispanic Scholarship Fund

Los Angeles, CA
(Posted 4/21/14)

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