Funded graduate student opportunities at the Food-Energy-Water Nexus, University of Montana, encourage native applicants

American Indian or Alaska Native applicants with interest in pursuing STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) graduate degrees are strongly encouraged to apply to participate in a graduate traineeship at the University of Montana. The program, UM BRIDGES: Bridging Divides across the Food, Energy, and Water Nexus, trains the next generation of leaders and researchers working to solve complex food, energy, and water problems and prepares graduate students to succeed in a range of science and science-related jobs through an interdisciplinary training program. Fellowships are available for PhD and MS students in STEM disciplines. Additional information, including contact information for participating faculty, eligibility requirements, and application procedures, can be found at The University of Montana is regarded as a top research university for native students and encourages applicants from all underrepresented groups in STEM fields.

Minority Students in Veterinary Medicine Scholarship

The Minority Students in Veterinary Medicine Scholarship is for students currently enrolled in or accepted to a veterinary school in the United States. According to the AAVMC, veterinary medicine, contrary to societal trends, remains one of the least diverse professions in the United States. This scholarship serves to meet the economic needs of minority students to encourage enrollment in veterinary medicine programs.

500$ Annual Scholarship

We hope to bring a little help for those who are confronted with financial problems, by offering a $500 annual scholarship to aid High School, College or University students from the United States of America. This is an annual scholarship and you may reapply each year.

500$ Annual Scholarship

We want to invest in students who need financial help. This is why we are glad to announce the opening of "DontPayFull Student Scholarship", sponsored exclusively by We offer $500 every year (not renewable) to one eligible student across each institution type (High School, College or University) in the United States.