Elks Scholars & Alumni
As an Elks scholar, you will always be a part of the Elks family. Browse this page for all the ways you can get involved with your Elks family.
Share Your Story
|Katharine Bryan was involved in numerous leadership initiatives in high school which she is continuing during her time at the University of Rhode Island. Read more.||Shawon Huang was active in JROTC in high school and developed strong leadership skills. He looks forward to serving his country upon graduation from college. Read more.||Legacy scholar Sophia Scalise has many great memories at her local Lodge and hopes to continue her relationship with her Elks family in college. Read more.|
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Give Your Time
|Elks Scholar Webinars. Get started by watching a webinar about the Elks family and learn how you can get involved.|
|Elks Scholar Speaker Program. Share your accomplishments with the members of the Elks Lodge near you.|
|Elks Scholar Meet-Ups. Get together with other Elks scholars on your campus.|
|Elks Scholar Advisory Board. Advise the ENF and shape the future of Elks scholar opportunities.|
|Elks Scholar Service. Help build stronger communities by volunteering with your local Elks Lodge.|
|ENF Cornerstone Grants. The ENF offers four, $500 Grants to Legacy Awards scholars and alumni interested in expanding a Lodge community service projects.|
|Alum of the Year Award. Each year, the ENF recognizes an outstanding Elks alum who has made a difference through volunteering.|
|Weigel Medical School Scholarship. An exclusive scholarship opportunity just for Elks scholars pursuing a medical degree.|
Join the ElksAs an Elks scholar, you are part of the Elks family. When you’re ready, we encourage you to take the next step, and join the Elks! With more than 800,000 members and nearly 2,000 Lodges nationwide, Elks are providing charitable services that help build stronger communities. This is a great opportunity to network with community members and give back to your community.
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