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In 2016, President Won S. Myung was inspired to start a Scholarship Program to benefit students of PAVA.

Every year, he shows his dedication to education by offering scholarships to promising students in need of financial assistance. He wishes the students to make decisions that they truly want for their future. President Myung feels that it is part of his responsibility to help students navigate through their financial, academic, and personal challenges, and he believes that the scholarship opportunity is one way to help them reach their destination. Because of his deep concern and care for students’ academic success, he makes a great effort to lead them to the path to higher education with his scholarship program.

The goal of President Myung’s scholarship program is to motivate PAVA students to make different decisions and start imagining new possibilities, the one that can lead to their dreams. President Myung hopes to elevate his desire to find greatness in promising individuals through this scholarship program.



Must have been involved in PAVA WORLD more than 2 years


Must have demonstrated outstanding commitment to the communities through leadership and volunteerism


Have a minimum cumulative unweighted high school GPA of 3.5


High School Senior (HS class of 2018)



Submit completed Scholarship Program Application


Submit your most recent official High School transcription


500 words essay that describe: - What life experience and activity have shaped who you are today - Your academic and career goals and your plans to achieve them - Why you need this scholarship

2021 PAVA World Won's Scholarship

Thanks to our outstanding volunteers who have worked hard to make better communities. 
Congratulations to all! 

  • Andrew Jo (Cypress High School)

  • Chloe Lim (Troy High School)

  • Eloise Pak (Larchmont Charter School)

  • Eric Jung (Apple Valley High School)

  • Hannah Choi (Troy High School)

  • Irene Jo (Northern Valley Regional High School at Demarest)

  • Isabella Kim (Palos Verdes High School)

  • Jonathan Choe (Redlands East Valley High School)

  • Kyle Lee (Notre Dame High School)

  • Sean Lee (Valencia High School)

  • William Jang (Serrano High School)

  • Yeonji Baek (Sunny Hills High School)

  • David Chung (Crescenta Valley High School)

  • Janet Chun (Crescenta Valley High School)

  • Kris Yi (LACES)

  • Katherine Lee (LACES)

  • Juhwan Kim (North Gwinnett High School)

  • Kayle Choi 

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