Events Features

AIWA-SF 2019 Watermark Conference Scholarship Applications

It’s that time of year again, where the Armenian International Women’s Association – San Francisco (AIWA-SF) affiliate hosts Jr and Sr High school students at the inspirational 1-day conference: Watermark Conference for Women, Young Women’s Program.  The sold out conference will be on February 22, 2019 at the San Jose Convention Center.

This will be the fourth consecutive year that AIWA-SF will participate. Each year schools and organizations are selected by the Watermark committee to make this amazing conference accessible and relevant to Young Women.  The Young Women’s Program,  provides high school junior and senior girls with the opportunity to attend the Conference and participate in a seminar track designed especially for them.

The full day, life changing, conference is filled with a rich and inspiring agenda with amazing speakers, panel discussions and much more.  This year speakers include Dr. Brene Brown and Serena Williams.


See the full list of impressive 2018 speakers by clicking here.  Involvement in this conference is such an amazing opportunity to engage with and hear from some of the worlds change agents.  We are incredibly grateful for our partnership with Watermark so we can make attendance and active participation a reality for our AIWA-SF community!

AIWA-SF is now accepting scholarship applications to attend the 2019 conference!



AIWA-SF Scholarship Application to the 2019 Watermark Conference for Women.


Thank you so much for applying to the AIWA-SF 2019 Watermark Conference Scholarship. It’s a remarkable experience filled with a day of inspiration, learning and connecting.

Full day conference: February 22, 2019 at the San Jose Convention Center.

Kindly complete your application below. Limit your answers to 150 words per question. Once complete please email it to:

All applicants must be Jr. or Sr. High School students and currently enrolled in a High School based in the United States. Out of town applicants are encouraged apply and will have to cover all travel expenses.

Name: ________________________________________________________________________ Age:_____________ School: _______________________________

Address: ______________________________________________________________________ Phone#:________________________________________________

Email: ________________________________________________________________________

Why do you want to attend the Watermark Conference? What do you hope to gain?

What does being an Armenian Woman mean to you?

What do you want to study in college and what profession are you attracted to?

What’s your favorite subject in school and why?

If selected to for the AIWASF Watermark Scholarship to attend the conference, how do you plan to share your knowledge and give back to the community?

Who/what inspires you? Why?

When you Dream Big what do you Dream?

How do you plan to leave “your mark”?

Send your application to: AIWA-SF || ||



AIWA-SF is an affiliate chapter of the Armenian International Women’s Association,  the EIN #: 04-3113182. Donations marked for AIWA-SF are routed to the affiliate chapter.


About AIWA-SF:

The Armenian International Women’s Association is a dynamic global 501(c)3 dedicated to empowerment, education and enrichment. Through many projects and initiatives,  AIWA is dedicated to inspiring, empowering and connecting Armenian women worldwide. To learn more about AIWA, please visit

To get involved with the AIWA-SF affiliate, please visit or send an email to We are grateful for all donations. To help us promote progress, contributions can be mailed to: AIWA-SF 15559 Union Ave #227 Los Gatos CA 95032


1 comment on “AIWA-SF 2019 Watermark Conference Scholarship Applications

  1. Pingback: A Year in Review: 2018 – AIWA San Francisco

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: