Scholarship and Excellence
The Hemet Woman’s Club each year, awards financial need scholarships to students in the Hemet Unified School District, based on academic achievement. A rigorous application process packet is available at the beginning of the calendar year during senior students' final semester through their school's Counselors and Counseling Department. A group of educators and interested non-HWC members judge the students' applications and letters to arrive at those chosen to receive the scholarships at the April General Meeting and Scholarship Tea. Students, counselors, and parents are invited to this very special event where the Woman's Club members become serve as their gracious hostesses. Scholarship information can be found in the Forms section in Membership or emailing the club for more information.
The Hemet Woman’s Club sends three 10th grade students (one each from Hemet High School, West Valley High School, and Tahquitz High School) to participate in a 3-day conference held on the Chapman University Campus in June by the Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership. This HOBY program offers and cultivates leadership skills "to inspire and develop" high school sophomores for a "community of youth and volunteers dedicated to leadership, service, and innovation."