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For more than 10 years, WizeHive has been committed to helping nonprofit clients power their grant and scholarship programs. For a second year, WizeHive is excited to offer its own program, the WizeHive Scholarship Fund!
We are encouraged by the many nonprofits we have the opportunity to connect with, and inspired by the staff members and volunteers who pour their hearts into their missions and impact. We also recognize that the nonprofit sector will need an influx of educated, driven, and innovative individuals in order to navigate 21st-century challenges and expand impact exponentially. With the WizeHive Scholarship Fund, we are honored to support those hardworking individuals and support their pursuits to improve themselves and, in turn, the greater good.
For our second year, we are continuing our partnership with La Salle University, an institution that has a long track record of growing and supporting nonprofits regionally via their Nonprofit Center. Their Master of Science in Nonprofit Leadership pulls from the disciplines of finance, marketing, planning, and evaluation and combines them with ethics training in order to develop the understanding needed to be a successful nonprofit leader today.
As such, WizeHive will award one deserving individual a $10,000 scholarship to pursue a Masters in Nonprofit Leadership at La Salle University.
The winner will be selected based on the following:
For basic information on the application, please visit Frequently Asked Questions.
Sarah Massaro is the Director of Development at Safe Harbor Easton homeless shelter and entering her second year in the La Salle University Nonprofit Leadership Masters program. A lifelong philanthropist -- she co-founded the Good Citizen's Team of Ledyard Center Elementary School in third grade -- Sarah attended Lafayette College as a biology major. But her true calling revealed itself during a volunteer visit to Safe Harbor with a college service group. After interning at the shelter, Sarah grappled with her next step, but ultimately knew that nonprofit work was what she "felt called to do".
Outside of her work, Sarah is an avid reader, pianist, traveler, yoga enthusiast, and lover of nature. But most importantly, she's mom to four-year-old Noah and a rescue pitbull named Gracie.
We are thrilled to support Sarah's continued education and her career path with this scholarship.
Application open on 5/1/22 and must be received by 6/15/22
All interested parties must complete and submit the scholarship application and submit a letter of recommendation prior to the deadline. Finalists may be asked to participate in a virtual interview.
The full application will be posted on this page on the application open date. Please note the application cannot be fully accessed, completed, or submitted until that date.
If you have any questions regarding your scholarship application or using the application platform, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.