Brisbane university student Molly Kenworthy (pictured) has a dream to travel overseas one day to teach English as a second language. COVID-19 travel restrictions aside, she is a step closer after being chosen as the Zonta Club of Brisbane’s nominee for the Jane M Klausman scholarship.
Molly wins $500 and is then the Club’s nominee for the Zonta District award of $2000 – the winner of this award is then put forward for a Zonta International Award of $8000USD.
Molly is a third-year student at The University of Queensland, Molly is doing a Bachelor of Business Management majoring in marketing and digital management achieving strong academic grades.
As well as her university study, Molly works part time and plays an active role in university clubs and groups. She is passionate about education for women volunteering as a tutor at her local school and is also studying for her TESOL certificate so she can be qualified in teaching English as a second language overseas. Molly hopes to be a volunteer teaching in Indonesia in 2021.
The Jane M Klausman scholarship operates at the Zonta club, district/region and international levels. Zonta annually awards up to 32 scholarships of $US2000 and has awarded more than 428 scholarships since its inception. For more information go here