Scholarships

PVRW is proud to provide scholarship opportunities to gifted students exploring careers related to the political arena. Through these monetary gifts, we hope to enrich lives and encourage young women and men to become future Republican Leaders.

PVRW offers a Scholarship to women and men attending college at Arizona State University (ASU).  There is currently one scholarship offered through PVRW:  "Palo Verde Republican Women" Scholarship.
Click here to download the 2021 Scholarship Requirements and Application.

Any questions concerning this process should be directed to the ASU Financial Aids Office.  

 

Current "Palo Verde Republican Women" Scholarship Winner

2020 Scholarship Winner

We are very excited about the 2021 PVRW scholarship winner, Matthew Wolsky.

My name is Matthew Wolsky. I'm a senior at ASU and Computer Information Systems Major. I'm originally from Montana and I enjoy every sunny day here in Arizona. I'm a part of many clubs on campus from the Rugby club where I'm the president, to the Department of Information Systems Club. I've been in the PHL club for two years now and I've enjoyed immensely the various speakers and discussions put on by the club. Finally, I'll be graduating in May 2022 with my BS in CIS.

 

2020 "Palo Verde Republican Women" Scholarship Winner

2020 Scholarship Winner

We are very excited about the 2020 PVRW scholarship winner, Arianna Singer. She is a Finance major at ASU, but has expressed interest in the Political History and Leadership Program.

Her essay on the Gettysburg Address was quite impressive: there was unanimity among the ASU scholarship awards committee that hers was the strongest submission, among a competitive field.

Click here to read Arianna's winning essay.

 

2019 "Palo Verde Republican Women" Scholarship Winner

2020 Scholarship Winner

As a small town girl from Bishop, CA, Kristy Dohnel moved to Tempe to attend Arizona State University and began participating in the political community both on campus and
off. Dohnel landed an internship on a U.S. senate campaign, joined her local Republican
women’s club and the political history and leadership club at ASU. She worked for Congressman David Schweikert as a community outreach liaison on top of pursuing her bachelor’s degree in U.S. history and a certificate in political history and leadership from the School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies as well as a minor in political science from the School of Politics and Global Studies. She has also worked at the National Federation of Republican Women headquarters during her summer break.