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The Adult Students in Scholastic Transition Program (ASIST) provides financial support to adult students at transitional points in their lives. Applicants may be single parents, individuals just entering the workforce or displaced workers who live within the chapter’s geographical boundaries. Chapters work with educational providers and social service agencies to identify potential candidates.
2017 Scholarships Now Open!
(To fill application using Adobe Reader, open in Reader and select Fill In & Sign.)
- To qualify, you must live within 50 Miles of Detroit, MI (this includes Windsor, Ontario, Canada).
- Please fill out the application and return to the address below postmarked by March 24th March 31st. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know you have mailed your application.
- If you have the ability to scan documents, you can also email to email@example.com (with a copy to Virginia at firstname.lastname@example.org).
EWI 2017 Scholarship Application
300 River Place Drive
PO Box 23
Detroit, Mi 48207
Eligibility: To be eligible for the program, candidates must be able to define their career goals and objectives along with meeting the necessary educational and financial requirements. Selection criteria identify, but are not limited to, individuals with financial need; displaced heads of households with small children; socially, physically and/or economically challenged adults; at-risk adults. *EWI of Detroit-Windsor works with eligible community colleges and some non-university level trade schools.
National Scholarship Awards: The number of local awards and amount of each scholarship vary each year. Local recipients are entered in the international ASIST program competition upon selection. Twelve corporate recipients are selected from among the pool of chapter recipients. Each of the twelve recipients at this level is given an additional scholarship and award certificate. Detroit applicants have been awarded numerous national scholarships in addition to our local scholarship awards.
Application Deadline March 24th, 2017 March 31st, 2017
“I’m so excited to have found you on here. I wanted to thank you and the EWI for my scholarship when I was at HFCC. I’ve since graduated with Honors from UM-D (2013) with a major in English and a minor in Linguistics. I am currently the administrative assistant to the principal at Stout Middle School in Dbn. I could not have done this without your support and help. Being a nontraditional student, I was very intimidated to go back to school at my age, and competing with the younger students. Your scholarship and support helped me overcome my fears and gave me the confidence I needed to succeed. A million thank-you’s to all of you incredible ladies!” – Pina Prather 2012 ASIST Scholarship Winner EWI Detroit-Windsor Chapter (1 of 3)
“I thank god for this moment. I appreciate being chosen for the scholarship program, never applied for one, this like a dream come true for me. I was at the maximum allowed for Pell Grant, didn’t know which way to turn. As a single parent of two and one with a mental condition, and guardian of four from a deceased sister from cancer. I’m trying to make ends meet with the assistance from welfare. This will benefit me in achieving my career. Now I can be on my career path once again thanks to every individual and organization who helped make a dream come true thanks.” – Joan Williams 2013 ASIST Scholarship Winner EWI Detroit-Windsor Chapter (1 of 3)