Friday, March 10, 2017
Kristin Kinkel is a former educator with experience teaching in Hawaii and Oregon. Prior to her work as an ESL teacher, Kristin Kinkel attended Hawaii Pacific University, where she was a member of the Alpha Chi National College Honor Society.
Alpha Chi is a coeducational national honor society for college and university students. It welcomes the top ten percent of undergraduate and graduate students from any academic discipline at participating accredited schools. These students are afforded opportunities to further their studies, establish themselves in new careers, and learn from mentors and peers alike.
Alpha Chi offers a range of scholarship and fellowship opportunities for exceptional students. Undergraduate students may apply for the Edwin W. Gaston, Jr., scholarship and the Alfred H. Nolle Scholarship, which include awards of $3,000 and $2,000, respectively.
In addition to academic records and an introductory letter, applicants must include an an academic paper or similar formal presentation appropriate to their field of study. This should be in proper form, and should demonstrate a firm understanding of the subject matter at hand. This submission is the most crucial part of the scholarship application.
To apply or learn more about the 26 scholarship opportunities available to Alpha Chi members, visit: www.alphachihonor.org/index.cfm/scholarships.