Jody Gergens Memorial Scholarship

As a member of the Centennial Chapter, Jody Gergens shared her love of stitching by introducing new techniques to members.  She was a certified EGA teacher and taught at National Seminars.   At the National Seminar in Denver in 1995 a scholarship was set up and dedicated to Jody’s memory because of her long term interest in needlework.  The favor at the Seminar was a metal bookmark made by Barclay Enterprises with a motif from one of Jody’s samplers.

Applications for the scholarship are accepted at any time and reviewed by the committee when received. The scholarship is available to any member of the Rocky Mountain Region. Download the application form: (PDF) or (Word).

Eligible uses for scholarship consideration:

A. EGA Individual Correspondence Courses (six lesson minimum).

B. EGA Extended Study Program

C. EGA teacher, judge and appraisal certification programs

D. Other courses may be considered at the discretion of the Director’s Club. Courses must be used to improve skills and knowledge in a technique and/or discipline.

The Jody Gergens Memorial Scholarship is administered by the Rocky Mountain Region Directors’ Club (comprised of past region directors).  Connie Fudge is the current Chair.  You can contact Connie by using the following form: