Photo (L to R): Corrina Talamo, Grace Busick, Sierra Mergliano, Katherine Kutschbach, Kent Ford, and Luke Downs.
The purpose of the Westerville Area Chamber Foundation is to provide educational scholarships, educational programs through seminars, and participation in the design of a community leadership program.
Leadership Westerville is Community Leadership for Tomorrow
Imagine a network of well-informed, committed, and involved citizens working together to advance Westerville. That's the vision behind Leadership Westerville, a nine-month community leadership development program.
The Westerville Area Chamber of Commerce, the City of Westerville, Westerville City Schools, Otterbein University, and the Westerville Public Library are working in partnership to offer Leadership Westerville. The goal of the program is to create a dedicated group of civic leaders who understand key issues facing the community. Each participant will be committed to cultivating the city's future through personal involvement and a willingness to serve. Eligible applications must work or reside in the Westerville school district. For additional information, contact Kristi Robbins, Program Coordinator, at 614/901-3101 or visit www.leadershipwesterville.com.
Chamber Foundation Scholarships
Six $1,500 high school Jim Near scholarships: one Otterbein Masters Program scholarship, valued at $2,500; and several lifelong learning scholarships valued up to $250 (up to 4 awarded yearly).
1. Jim Near High School Scholarship Application
2. Otterbein Masters Program
3. Lifelong Learning Scholarship Application
4. Leadership Westerville Application