When Nanz Aalund needed to buy supplies to help her toward a Masters of Fine Arts degree in metal at the University of Washington, she found out a little can go a long way.
The Seattle-based jewelry designer and Women’s Jewelry Association member had decided to go back to school, but as a working mother, money was tight. So when the WJA’s scholarship program came through with a $500 grant, she was able to get what she needed to complete her pieces.
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