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Four prospective or current graduate students will each be awarded a $20,000 scholarship for sharing their stories what led them to graduate school.1. Keywords: 1L, 2L, 3L, entering students, prospective students, essay scholarship. Eligible students must be attending a graduate or law school in the U.S., carrying at least 8 units per term and planning to attend school for the complete year in which the scholarship is awarded. The scholarship will be awarded by the KABANC Foundation to a qualified class of 2018 or 2019 law student or graduate from a law school in Northern California planning to take the July 2018, February 2019, or July 2019 California Bar Examination.

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HRSA Bureau of Health Workforce Scholarship, Loan and Loan Repayment Programs for Health Professionals (Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), HHS). National Center for Farmworker Health Scholarships Scholarships to assist health center staff to pursue their educational goals in health care and to contribute to the development of the Community Health Center workforce. Public Health Workforce Development Provides funding to support schools of public health and other programs that provide graduate or specialized training in public health to expand and enhance training opportunities that focus on technical, scientific, managerial and leadership competencies and capabilities of the public health workforce.

Funding for Fieldwork

Boren Graduate and Scholarships.

UW Law School Scholarship Donors

The Class of 1961 Scholarship was established by the University of Wisconsin Law School graduates of 1961 in honor of their 50-year class reunion. The Class of 1982 Scholarship was established by the University of Wisconsin Law School graduates of 1982 in honor of their 10-year class reunion. Cleary Scholarship honors its namesake, a 1914 University of Wisconsin Law School graduate. Cook Law School Scholarship is made possible by the generosity of its namesake, a 1950 graduate of University of Wisconsin Law School. The Carl Dietze Law Scholarship is made possible by the generosity of its namesake, a 1915 University of Wisconsin Law School graduate. The Christine Ebert Memorial Scholarship was established in memory of Christine Ebert, a 1996 graduate of University of Wisconsin Law School.

Proposal Development

Supplements to existing NSF awards will enable the PIs of grants to request up to six months of additional support for graduate students to pursue new activities aimed at acquiring professional development experience that will enhance their preparation for multiple career pathways after graduation. The residential scholarships support research examining the countries of Eurasia at the Kennan Institute in Washington, D.C. Library of CongressDavid B. The aim of these fellowships is to introduce students to and encourage them to critically engage key thinkers in political economy that they might not otherwise encounter during their graduate studies.

Other Public Interest Fellowship Opportunities

Priority will be given to those who have demonstrated a commitment to serving Vietnamese-American and or Vietnamese communities in Northern California and to those who will be using the scholarship award to further their public interest or social justice work, either by pursuing post-graduate work or for a summer position.

Endowed Scholarships

This scholarship was established by Lea Abernathy, a 1935 graduate of Southeast Missouri State University. This scholarship may be renewable for successive years, including graduate study, provided that the recipient continues to maintain the requisite qualifications. The scholarship will be awarded to an student attending Southeast Missouri State University majoring in Political Science or a graduate student in the MPA program with a 3.0 or greater GPA. First preference for this scholarship will be an incoming freshman, a graduate of the Mehlville School District. The minimum GPA requirement is 2.0. John Glenn, a 1952 graduate of Southeast Missouri State University, 1986 Alumni Merit Award recipient and 1995 Friend of the University, along with his wife, Betty, established this scholarship to honor her parents.

Scholarships, Awards, and Writing Contests

To be considered for these scholarships, admitted and current students need to complete the scholarship application. Submitting your law school application, FAFSA (if applicable), and the scholarship application ensures you will be evaluated for all available scholarships. This scholarship is made possible by the Levinson and Friedman Fund, which supports the library and student scholarships. This scholarship is funded by the income from a trust created in 1976 by the estate of Alice I. THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF MATRIMONIAL ATTORNEYS (AAML) FAMILY LAW SCHOLARSHIP. In 1965, members of the Class of 1961 began a tradition of making annual gifts to directly fund a law student scholarship. The fund was created with a gift from the estate of Vivian Campbell, a 1958 sociology graduate from the University of Washington.

Outside Scholarships

This $2,000 scholarship is dedicated to helping the scholarship winner pay for a college, graduate school, or law school degree.

Scholarships and Endowments Steve Hicks School of Social Work University of Texas

JOHN AND KATHERINE EHRLE ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP IN SOCIAL WORK Established as part of the Steve Hicks Matching Challenge to support social work students at both and graduate levels. This scholarship is awarded to and graduate students on the basis of academic achievement and professional potential or financial need. The scholarship is awarded to and graduate students based on merit or financial need. AMI LUNSFORD MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP IN VICTIM SERVICESThe Ami Lunsford Memorial Scholarship in Victim Services was initiated by the Social Work Student Council in memory of Ami Lunsford, a May 1996 graduate of the School of Social Work. The scholarship award is made to support and recognize students pursuing a degree in social work, with an emphasis on work with older adults, at the or graduate level.