Enhanced Sailing Experience or program for a Teenage Girl

The Women’s Sailing Foundation offers the Sue Corl Youth Sailing Scholarship for an enhanced sailing experience or program for a teenaged girl. This special scholarship is offered to girls between the ages of 14 and 19 with a financial need to broaden her sailing expereinces. The opportunities to which the scholarship may be applied include, but are not limited to, enrollment in:
• An advanced sailing program
• A racing program
• A tall ship or live-aboard experience
• A marine or maritime-related program

When there are multiple requests, sailing-related programs take precedence.
Application is for $500 in scholarship funds to be applied to tuition.

 

Ella Beauregard

Congratulations
Ella Beauregard

2019 Sue Corl Youth Sailing Scholarship awardee

Congratulations to Ella Beauregard of Southport, Maine, who attended the Brooke E. Gonzalez Advanced Racing Clinic in Newport, RI. Upon learning of her selection to receive the 2019 Sue Corl Youth Sailing Scholarship Ella commented, “I am beyond grateful.”  You can learn how the scholarship helped Ella achieve her sailing goals in this brief video about the Sue Corl Youth Sailing Scholarship.


 

Elizabeth (Sue) Corl, of Marblehead, MA, a member of the Board of Directors of the Women’s Sailing Foundation (WSF), was a tireless advocate for WSF programs. She raised two daughters and was involved with many volunteer organizations supporting girls. She was an organizer of the first Boston AdventureSail® program which took place in Boston Harbor at Courageous Sailing Center in 1997. Corl was also the co-chair of the inaugural Women’s Sailing Conference in Marblehead in 2001.

Sue Corl died in 2007 but she will always be remembered for her desire to introduce the sport of sailing to young girls. In 2015, the Women’s Sailing Foundation board established the Sue Corl Youth Scholarship in her memory.

It is not an annual scholarship. Click the Donations button below to support the Sue Corl Youth Sailing Scholarship to assure its continuance.