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FEW Foundation for Education and Training Announces the 2019 Grantham University Scholarship Opportunities


Federally Employed Women’s (FEW) Foundation for Education and Training, is once again partnering with Grantham University.  We are proud to announce a new and exciting career enhancing opportunity for FEW members, their spouses, and dependent children.


Grantham University is offering three (3) scholarships for their on-line certificate program of choice.  To name a few, certificates are offered in cyber security, business leadership, human resources, and project management.  A complete listing of certificate programs is available at  If a certificate is not offered in your chosen career field, you may elect to receive a $5,000 scholarship to pursue other on-line courses towards your degree.  Both programs include books and resource fees.


Recognizing that everyone can’t be a scholarship recipient, Grantham continues to offer members of Federally Employed Women a discounted rate of $250 per credit hour for FEW members, their spouse, and dependents. 


Tabitha Davis, Director of University Outreach, Grantham University, said, “Grantham University is both proud and excited to offer this new scholarship opportunity to the regional FEW’s affiliated students.  Grantham is pleased to partner with the Federally Employed Women’s Foundation and we support the work that FEW does for its membership community.”  Foundation President Patricia Wolfe added, “Foundation Scholarship Chair Ann Garber and I are very excited about this new scholarship opportunity for certificates in your chosen career field.”


The 2019 scholarship application period is opens April 1 and closes May 31, 2019.


For more information, please visit or call Grantham University at 888-477-6830.  You may also access for a full announcement of the scholarship and application instructions.


Questions may also be directed to the FEW Foundation for Education and Training at or



Patricia M. Wolfe



FEW Foundation for Education and Training