Ann Rasche Scholarship
Ann Rasche was a member of the Zonta Club of Cincinnati from 1972 to 1998 and worked for Cincinnati State Technical and Community College for 24 years. The Ann Rasche Scholarship fund was established in her honor upon her death in 1998.
Since its inception in 1998, the Zonta Club of Cincinnati has awarded Ann Rasche scholarships each year to deserving women in the Greater Cincinnati community. The scholarship program is funded by the Zonta Service Fund of Cincinnati, Inc. – the club's non-profit 501 (c) (3) arm – through donations and Zonta fundraisers.
Our Centennial Celebration is an extraordinary event, crucial to raising funds so that we can support even more women in the Tri- State area in advancing their education – thereby improving their lives and those of their families and communities.
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Ann Rasche Scholarship recipients are selected according to the following criteria established by the Zonta Club of Cincinnati.
Females 25 years of age or older
Just entering or returning to school after a significant break in their formal education
Currently enrolled in a degree program at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College, and seeking their first degree.
To get more details on how to apply, contact ______________________
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