The Actuarial foundation offers a scholarship for Black/African American, Hispanic and Native American Indian students recognizing and encouraging academic achievements by awarding scholarships to full time undergraduate and graduate students pursuing a degree that may lead to a career in the actuarial profession. The guidelines and application can be downloaded at: Actuarial Diversity Scholarship
For additional information contact The Actuarial Foundation at: email@example.com
This scholarship program provides awards of up to $5,000 to outstanding minority students to encourage their selection of accounting as a major and their ultimate entry into the profession. Scholarships are awarded each July for the following academic year.
Six Graduate Student Scholarships are available in the amount of $2,000 each for outstanding graduate students who intend to pursue the public school superintendency as a career.
Eligibility: Be African-American, Hispanic/Latino, or American Indian; be a U.S. citizen or permanent U.S. resident; be a full-time student at a high school or accredited college, university, or community college; be a graduating high school senior, college freshman, sophomore or junior intending to or already majoring in chemistry, biochemistry, chemical engineering or a chemically-related science OR intending to or already pursuing a degree in chemical technology; be planning a career in the chemical sciences; demonstrate high academic achievement in chemistry or science; demonstrate financial need according to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid form (FAFSA) and the Student Aid Report (SAR) form. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents of the U.S., GPA: 3.0 or higher.
For more information please visit: http://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/funding-and-awards.html
Tribal College General Scholarship Program:
The tribal colleges and universities, not the American Indian College Fund, determine student eligibility and award the scholarships. If you are a tribal college student or high school senior interested in applying for this program, please go to the website and proceed to log on and start a new General Fund Scholarship Application.
Fully Funded Graduate School Opportunity for American Indians and Alaska Natives
Earn a Master of Education Degree in One Year
AIRD is seeking qualified American Indian and Alaska Native applicants for its School Administrator Training Program (SATP). The SATP is a master’s degree program in which selected participants study at the Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK, for one calendar year and earn a Master of Education degree and qualify to test for certification as a School Administrator.
Stuart A. Tonemah, Director
2233 W. Lindsey, Suite 118
Norman, OK 73069
AIS makes educational opportunities possible for qualifying Native American students who otherwise could not afford it. We provide more than 2300 scholarships annually. Students qualify for participation based on academic merit as well as financial need. The Result: Native American graduates who will lead their tribal communities into a hopeful future.
For more information please visit: www.americanindianservices.org
U.S. and non-U.S. applicants must be ANS student members enrolled in and attending an accredited institution in the United States. Student must be enrolled in a course of study relating to a degree in nuclear science or nuclear engineering in a U.S. institution.
Applications are available for downloading from the ANS website at: www.ans.org
Eligibility: Black, Hispanic, or Native American U.S. citizens with a physics interest. Must be a high school senior, college freshman or sophomore.
For more information please visit: www.aps.org
Annie D. Wauneka Scholarships are awarded to Navajo students who are denied educational funding through the Navajo Nation’s Department of High Education. Priority is given to higher level classmen enrolled in a degree program at an accredited college or university. The maximum award is $1,000.00.
Navajo Education and Scholarship Foundation, Inc.
P.O. Box 3209
Window Rock, AZ 86515
Phone: (928) 871-3386
Scholarship Application and Guidelines
- Must be an enrolled member of the Navajo Nation
- Full time
- 2.0 CGPA or better
- Financial need
- Must have been denied for the Navajo Nation Scholarship
AAIA has a long history of providing scholarships to college students, awarding our first scholarship in 1948. The program is one of many AAIA initiatives. Over the years our scholarship program has grown to the current seven scholarships for graduate and undergraduate students from federally recognized and non-recognized tribes.
For more information please visit: http://indian-affairs.org/scholarships/aaia_scholarships.htm
The Native American Political Leadership Program (NAPLP) is a FULL SCHOLARSHIP program for Native American, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians. NAPLP brings students from all over the country together to study at The George Washington University’s Semester in Washington Politics Program in Washington, DC in the spring semester each year. Students learn how public policy decisions are made, how power is wielded, how government is run, and how those processes are influenced. The program includes a minimum of six credit hours of college-level coursework in applied politics, hands-on professional internships, guidance and assistance from personal mentors, and interaction with Washington’s political and policy decision-makers and leaders in the Native American political community. Scholarship include tuition for six academic credits, on-campus housing, transportation to and from Washington, books, and other incidental expenses. Spring term begins in January and runs into early May.
For more information please contact our office at:
NAPLP, The George Washington University
1922 F Street, NW, Suite 401
Washington, DC 20052
To apply please visit: http://www.naplp.gwu.edu
Opportunity for scholarships for Native American high school seniors, GED recipients, and incoming college freshman. Boys & Girls Club of Tahlequah provides services to over 1000 area youth, with over 56% of those being served Native American.
Chief Professional Officer
Boys & Girls Club of Tahlequah
P.O. Box 1967
Tahlequah, OK 74465 (918) 456-6888 – Phone
(918) 458-1560 – Fax
We provide scholarship assistance for students who demonstrate academic achievement, clearly defined goals, leadership, the determination to succeed, and the desire to return to their communities and help others to realize their dreams.
For more information please visit: www.catchingthedream.org
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Three graduate assistantships, two for the M.S. and one for the Ph.D., are available in the School of Forestry, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ. The research is focused on fire ecology, forest management, climate change, and ecosystem services on Native American lands in Arizona and New Mexico. The tribes participating in the project are the Navajo Nation and the Mescalero Apache Tribe. Principal investigators are Dr. Peter Fulé, Dr. Yeon-Su Kim, and Dr. Andrew Sánchez-Meador. The research effort is divided into two phases. (1) Fire ecology and forest modeling: this component involves assembling data on forest characteristics and fire regime from existing and new sources, then modeling future forest change using a climate-sensitive simulation model. (2) Ecosystem services: developing model projections of future provision of ecosystem services, valuation of services, and comparison of alternative management strategies to sustain or increase future services. Each phase corresponds to one M.S. graduate assistantship. A Ph.D. assistantship is available primarily in the fire ecology and climate change aspects of the project, but with coordination responsibilities for the overall research effort. Each graduate assistantship includes tuition waiver and student health insurance.
For the fire ecology component of the research, contact Dr. Fulé at Pete.Fule@nau.edu.
For the ecosystem services component of the research, contact Dr. Kim at Yeon-Su.Kim@nau.edu.
Information about the graduate program is available at http://nau.edu/CEFNS/Forestry/Degrees/.
The preferred start date for the Ph.D. and the M.S. in fire ecology is July 1, 2015 (application materials due by March 15, 2015).
The preferred date for the M.S. in ecosystem services is January 1, 2016. Native American students are encouraged to contact us for further information.
The HSF/Marathon Oil Corporation College Scholarship Program is a scholarship of up to $15,000 per year. Selected students may receive up to $15,000 for two academic years for a possible total award of $30,000. In addition, scholars will be offered the opportunity to participate in a possible paid 8-10 week summer internship at various Marathon Oil Corporation locations. Scholars will also be paired with a Marathon Oil Corporation employee who will serve as a professional mentor.
For more information visit: www.hsf.net/marathon.aspx
IAIE Scholarship Applicant Eligibility:
- Demonstrate academic achievement, maintaining a 3.0 GPA or higher
- Be an undergraduate (junior or senior) or post bachelor/graduate student seeking: teaching license or administrative licensure
- Be enrolled as a full time student in the UNM College of Education
- Be a permanent resident of New Mexico and enrolled tribal member
- Must be committed in teaching New Mexico Native American students after graduation
For more information contact:
Institute for American Indian Education ~ (505) 277-7781
Kathryn Manuelito, PhD IAIE Program Coordinator – Email: Kathryn Manuelito
Geneva Becenti, M.Ed IAIE Program Manager – Email: Geneva Becenti
For African American United States citizen residents of South Florida enrolled full-time in a graduate business degree program (master’s or doctoral) at a Florida University and planning to pursue a professional career in South Florida.
The Jeannette Rankin Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising funds for, and awarding grants to, low-income women, age 35 and older. Each grant recipient has a vision of how a college education will benefit herself, her family, and her community. Most recipients are in truly meager financial circumstances and may have other hardships or disabilities.
Kathryn M. Buder Center for American Indian Studies at Washington University in St. Louis: http://buder.wustl.edu
Kathryn M. Buder Center Partners Page: http://buder.wustl.edu/aboutus/pages/partners.asp
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Morris K. Udall Undergraduate Scholarship: The Udall Foundation awards scholarships of up to $5,000 to Native American and Alaska Native college sophomores and juniors who have demonstrated outstanding potential and a commitment to careers related to tribal public policy or health care.
Tribal policy includes fields related to tribal sovereignty, tribal governance, tribal law, Native American education, Native American justice, natural resource management, cultural preservation and revitalization, Native American economic development, and other areas affecting Native American communities. Native American health care includes health care administration, social work, medicine, and research into health conditions affecting Native American communities.
The Foundation also awards scholarships to Native and non-Native college sophomores and juniors who have demonstrated outstanding potential and a commitment to pursuing careers related to the environment.
Up to 80 scholarships are awarded annually. The Foundation will also award up to 50 Honorable Mentions of $350.
For more information, visit http://www.udall.gov
The NASA Postdoctoral Program offers scientists and engineers unique opportunities to conduct research in Earth science, heliophysics, astrophysics, planetary science, astrobiology, space bioscience, aeronautics and engineering, human exploration and operations, and space technology.
U.S. citizens, Lawful Permanent Residents, and foreign nationals eligible for J-1 status as a Research Scholar may apply. Stipends start at $53,500 per year, with supplements for high cost-of-living areas and certain academic specialties. Financial assistance is available for relocation and health insurance, and $8,000 per year is provided for professional travel.
Application Deadlines: Three each year — March 1, July 1, and November 1.
Apply at http://nasa.orau.org/postdoc