The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization, open to both women and men, encouraging the informed and active participation of citizens in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.
The LWV Wichita Metro is pleased to announce the Award of this year's scholarship is presented to Caleb Angell, a senior at Friends University. He is presently an honor student majoring in History and Political Science and plans to continue his studies in law school.
The youngest of eight children, Caleb grew up in New York state. He has interests in social work, law, and politics. This summer he will spend two weeks with a missionary team in Central Africa. Following this, Caleb will work in Wichita as an intern with the Federal Public Defender's Office.
Caleb looks forward to meeting more Kansans and will work with the League members to help students register to vote.
The League of Women Voters of Wichita is now accepting scholarship applications for 2017. Every year the Wichita League advertises the scholarship to local schools: Friends University, Newman University, and Wichita State University. The scholarship is open to any student enrolled in public administration, political science, government, public policy, history, or pre law. Also, students who are in leadership roles or student body government are encouraged to apply. The scholarship to be awarded will be up to $2,000 and is non-renewable. However, eligible students are encouraged to reapply the following year.
To apply, please submit application materials to: League of Women Voters of Wichita, ATTN: Wendy Kabler, Scholarship Chair, P.O. Box 2411, Wichita, KS 67202
Applications are reviewed by the LWV Wichita Scholarship Committee.
Questions? Phone Wendy Kabler at (316) 209-0359 or e-mail her at WKabler7@gmail.com.
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