Girl Scouts opens the door to great opportunities including college scholarships. See what opportunities
exist nationally. In addition, graduating high school senior Girl Scouts are invited to apply for the following council-wide college scholarship opportunity:The Beth Winters Memorial Scholarship
Information about the Beth Winters Memorial Scholarship is mailed in early November to all 12th grade Girl Scouts. The application and references are due February 1. Interviews will be held in February and recipients will be recognized at the annual Honors Ceremony in March. Download Application Download Reference FormAbout Beth Winters
The Beth Winters Memorial Scholarship Beth Winters, daughter of Joyce and George Termini and the late Charles Winters, exemplified the highest ideals of Girl Scouting as reflected in the Girl Scout Promise and Law. On August 26, 1995, Beth suffered an untimely death in a car accident at the age of 26.
As a young woman, Beth moved through life with grace, tenacity and a soaring spirit. The Beth Winters Scholarship Fund, endowed by Beth’s family and friends, captures that spirit by annually recognizing an Ambassador Girl Scout of high ideals. Since March 1996, sixteen such women have been so honored. Discover
- Beth was full of life. She loved music, community service, travel and physical fitness Connect
– Beth began Girl Scouting at an early age, where she flourished as part of a Girl Scout community through her high school years. Throughout her young life, she helped make the world a better place.Take Action
– Girl Scouting helped Beth develop leadership qualities. Beth represented the state of Missouri at the Girl Scout National Leadership Conference in Washington D.C. in 1985.Academic Achievement
– Beth graduated in 1987 from North Kansas City High School and then went to Mizzou, where she graduated in 1991 with a degree in journalism and music.For More Information
If you have questions about the Beth Winters Scholarship or other Girl Scout scholarship opportunities, please contact Cindy Beals by email
or at (816) 759-3021.