Scholarship Info

Are you a woman and a student pursuing a degree in podiatric medicine? Interested in the AAWP women’s scholarship? Each year, we give a talented group of students a valuable scholarship prize of $500 to assist with the fees associated with pursuing their degree in podiatric medicine.

To obtain the AAWP women’s scholarship application, click here. Simply download the application, print it, complete it and follow the submission instructions. Good luck!

AAWP Founders Scholarship 2017 Recipients

Kimberly Inocco

Kimberly is a student at NYCPM and is the President of the AAWP student chapter. She is the treasurer of the Student Association at her school and mentors with the Big Sister Program. Her academic participation include teacher assistant for Lower Extremity Anatomy and tutor for biochemistry and Physiology.  In addition she serves as the Education committee liaison for the Medical Ethics & Art for Doctoring Course. For the upcoming year as President of AAWP student chapter at NYCPM, she has planned biopsy and Athletic taping workshops and is collaborating with Care for the Homeless.  She also has an excellent academic record.

Dong Yu

Dong is a student at TUSPM and the Vice President of AAWP student chapter.  She is an ambassador of Winter Internship Program and consultant for Xinmiao Scoliosis Prevention Center in China.  For the upcoming year as a board member of AAWP student chapter at TUSPM she is involved a 5K run for Breast Cancer.  She is a member of the Sterling-Harford-DiPrimio Honorary Anatomical Society.  She also has an excellent academic record.

Laura-Ashley Przondo 

Laura-Ashley is a student at Western University of Health Sciences, College of Podiatric Medicine and the President and Founder of the AAWP student chapter.  She has coordinated lectures on success in podiatry and career advancement as well as skills workshops for her chapter.   For the upcoming year, she will be coordinating community service activities and fundraising to provide student scholarships.  She is SGA class representative and volunteers podiatry and medical clinics with Pomona Community Health, Action Team, Happy Feet, Care Harbor, Special Olympics and local churches.  She also has a strong academic record. 

Rowan Mahmoud

Rowan is a student at New York College of Podiatric Medicine and the AAWP student liason for the APMSA.  She has revived this position and hopes to facilitate the communication between the students and the national organization. She is also the Public Relations Chair for APMSA and will be launching their website in September. She is involved with Big Sister/Big Brother Program and Student Ambassador at NYCPM. In addition, she volunteers at foot screenings, involved with reseach at NYCPM’s neuroscience research lab and tutors students in physiology.  She also has a strong academic record.  

Women’s Scholarship Winners

Congratulations to Our 2016 Founders Scholarship Winners!

Megan Ishibashi, Stephanie Ko and Rachelle Randall

Congratulations to our winners and we wish you continued success!

Support the Scholarship Endowment Fund!

Help support students studying to become podiatric physicians with our scholarship fund. Your donation to the AAWP Scholarship Endowment Fund will help provide the financial support a deserving podiatric medicine student needs to help complete their degree. Your contribution directly adds to the AAWP women’s scholarship.

Click here to donate online.

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