Graduate School Scholarships and Fellowships

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ICMCP is helping minorities and women reach success in the field of cybersecurity through the creation of educational scholarships for: certifications, 2-year and 4-year, and graduate programs. ICMCP has several scholarships awarded on a national level, and is growing the number of scholarships available in local markets, as well. Carnegie Mellon University provides the platform, marketing and management of each scholarship in alignment with the mission of ICMCP. Each scholarship works to increase opportunities for, and representation of minorities and women in the fields of science, technology, engineering or math. ICMCP is helping minorities and women reach success in the field of cybersecurity through the creation of educational scholarships: Certifications, 2-year and 4-year Programs.


DRI The Voice of the Defense Bar Law Student Diversity Scholarship Program Eligibility criteri 1L and 2L minority and women students with demonstrated service to the community and to the cause of diversity. Hailey Scholarship Eligibility criteri 1L and 2L minority students who are members of the American Association for Justice Choi Scholarship Program Eligibility criteri 1L and 2L students who demonstrate academic excellence, leadership, volunteerism, mentorship experience, and an interest in AAPI civic issues.

Amount: $1982
UW Law School Scholarship Donors

This scholarship was created to provide scholarship support to students pursuing a law degree with the intent of improving environmental policies and laws at a local, national, or international level. This scholarship supports students with demonstrated financial need, with a preference for students from underrepresented minorities or challenging socioeconomic backgrounds. This scholarship supports law students who are Wisconsin residents and who have demonstrated scholarship and character. The scholarship celebrates Mr. Walsh’s service to the legal profession, and to the athletic program at the University of Wisconsin, where he served as boxing coach from 19 to 1958, leading the Wisconsin boxing team to eight team championships. The George and Lillian Young Scholarship was established by friends and family of the Youngs.

M.A.T. Program

A limited number of Adam scholarships are available on a competitive basis for successful applicants in any teaching field in the program. Applicants will automatically be considered for a full or partial scholarship. The university encourage applicants who might be eligible to express their interest in this scholarship. Prospective teachers in mathematics or the sciences are eligible for Noyce Graduate Stipends. The Adam Institute and the Departments of Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Physics at Clark have been awarded a Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship grant from the National Science Foundation to recruit, prepare, and sustain teachers in the sciences and mathematics. Students selected as Noyce Scholars in the Master of Arts in Teaching program will be awarded a graduate stipend comparable to the cost of tuition.

Scholarships in North Carolina

Achievement Scholarship for Refugees and Immigrants of Wake County. Newman Nursing Scholarship is awarded to a student majoring in a Master of Science in Nursing or doctoral degree program. Applicant must be a North Carolina resident who is planning a career in crime prevention, have high moral character and a minimum 3.4 GPA, and be a full-time senior who is graduating in May or graduate student.

Minority Engineering Programs

The College of Engineering awards merit-based and need-based scholarships to entering freshmen, transfer and continuing students. The College of Engineering takes seriously its obligation to attract, mentor and graduate a diverse student population. Consequently, every effort is made to ensure underrepresented minorities and women are included in the eligibility pool of serious candidates for merit and need-based scholarships. Members attend national and regional conferences receive scholarships through association with the national organizations network and interact with engineering professionals obtain information permanent employment, co-operative education experience and summer internships and participate in many other activities.