Some high school seniors head to college with their major in mind and their life planned out ahead of them, and others hope to find their passion by trying new things. But, all students are looking to find and maintain their “why,” the meaning to their goals.
The Gunther and Lee Weigel Medical School Scholarship is for those Elks scholars who found their “why” in pursuing a career in medicine.
Congratulations to the 2023 Elks Scholar Alum of the Year, 2006 Legacy Awards recipient Erika Barger!
Applications for the Elks Scholar Advisory Board are open until September 6. Are you interested in joining a national board of service-minded peers looking to help improve the ENF's scholar relation efforts? The SAB could be right for you! Read more here and apply here.
2019 MVS scholar Kat Nakamura reflects on her time as president of the Elks Scholar Advisory Board, recounting meetings and service trips and the growth that she experienced as part of the #ElksFamily. Read how she seized every opportunity here.
For the first time since 2019, the Top 20 Most Valuable Student scholars gathered in person to get to know one another, as well as current Elks scholars and alums; interview for the top awards of $50,000, $40,000 and $30,000; and learn about their new #ElksFamily.
For the first time since 2019, the Top 20 MVS scholars came to the Windy City for an in-person Leadership Weekend, where they interviewed for the top awards and got to know their #ElksFamily. We are proud to announce the top winners: Diya Jha, sponsored by Frederick, Md., Lodge No. 684, and Agam Igwe, sponsored by Towson, Md., Lodge No. 469.