Truman Scholars Association

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The Truman Scholars Association (TSA) is an alumni association of Truman Scholars founded in 1998. Its mission is to sustain and empower the community of Truman Scholars and to strengthen commitment to public service in all its forms through intellectual, personal and professional development. All recipients of the Harry S. Truman Scholarship have the opportunity to become automatic members of the Association, which is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization.
The Truman Scholars Association is independent of the Truman Scholarship Foundation, and its fundraising and operations are completely separate, governed by a volunteer Board of Directors made up of Truman Scholars. TSA achieves its mission through social events, the TSA list-serv, and occasional conferences and other events that are open to all members of the Truman community.

Although a separate entity from the Truman Foundation, TSA and the Truman Foundation work together on several projects including the pre-Selection Panel Dinners for Truman Scholar Finalists across the country, and the Truman Scholar Mentoring Program that is part of the Truman-Albright Fellows Program.

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