Begun in 1962, the NAJA Graduate Scholarship Program has awarded more
than 537 grants totaling over $1,241,304.00 for graduate study in
fields which address the special needs of children and youth. The Betty
W. Robbins Endowed Scholarship was established in 1995 by the Robbins
family in memory of Betty Robbins of Ruston, Louisiana, who served the
National Association of Junior Auxiliaries, Inc. as Director of Region
V, First Vice-President and President (1992-1993). Contributions from
Junior Auxiliary Chapters, the National Association, the Robbins family,
memorials, and honorary gifts from individuals and groups support the
Scholarships are awarded each April. If more than one Scholarship
year is required to complete studies, the recipient may reapply,
provided all previous agreements have been fulfilled satisfactorily.
The NAJA Graduate Scholarship Program is available on the NAJA website from September 1st through February 1st each year. New for 2016, the application process is totally online.
To see if you meet the qualifications or to start the application process, click here.