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Ethnic Minority and Women’s Enhancement Graduate Scholarship
The NCAA Committee on Women's Athletics and the NCAA Minority Opportunities and Interests Committee collaborated to establish the Ethnic Minority and Women's Enhancement Graduate Scholarship. The enhancement programs' mission is to expand the pool of eligible minority and female applicants in intercollegiate athletics by providing graduate scholarships.
The NCAA gives $10,000 to 13 ethnic minorities and 13 female college graduates completing their first year of graduate school. The applicant must be applying to or has been accepted into a sports administration or program that will prepare them for a career in intercollegiate athletics, such as athletics administrator, coach, athletic trainer, or a career that offers direct service to intercollegiate athletics.
SAA Native American Graduate Archaeology Scholarship
The Native American Scholarships endowment fund was established in 1988 to foster a sense of shared purpose and positive interaction between archaeologists and Native Americans. Since 1998, the SAA has used endowment income to award the Arthur C. Parker Scholarship. These scholarships are funded through individual donations, a silent auction held at the SAA Annual Meeting, and external grants.
Goldberg-Miller Public Finance Scholarship
the GFOA's executive board voted to create the Daniel B. Goldberg Scholarship to recognize outstanding performances by graduate program students preparing for a career in state and local government finance. Goldberg-Miller Public Finance Scholarship is funded by the Girard Miller Foundation.
Minority Women in STEM Bi-Annual Scholarship
The Minority Women in STEM Bi-Annual Scholarship will award $3,000 every 6 months to women from backgrounds underrepresented in STEM industries.
U.S. Latino Leadership Fellowship
The U.S. Latino Leadership Fellowship brings together a diverse and talented group of emerging leaders from any race or ethnicity who are committed agents of transformation in underserved communities in the U.S. Latino Leadership Fellows have addressed disparities in their communities through efforts in public policy, education, economic development, health care, immigration, social entrepreneurship, and a variety of other ﬁelds.
Foreign Affairs Information Technology Fellowship
The Foreign Affairs Information Technology (FAIT) Fellowship is an opportunity for students to start a career in the U.S. where fellows earn up to $37,500 per year for tuition, room and board, books, compulsory fees and some travel expenses, for undergraduate study in the junior and senior years, or a two-year master's degree program in an IT-related area. This will be used for the two summer internships for stipends, lodging and travel allowances: a domestic internship in Washington, D.C. To the U.S. State Department; and a foreign internship with a U.S. A foreign embassy or consulate.
Gates Millennium Scholars Program
The goal of the Gates Millennium Scholars (GMS) program is to encourage academic excellence and provide an opportunity for outstanding minority students with substantial financial need to achieve their highest potential by reducing financial barriers for students with high academic and leadership promiscuity in African American, American Indian/Alaska Resident, Asian Pacific Islander American and Hispanic American
Each year, GMS has chosen 1,000 new scholars and we are now supporting more than 20,000 Gates Scholars. Around 54 percent of scholars are first-generation learners, the first to go to college in their communities. After receiving a Bachelor's degree, close to 37.5 percent of Gates Millennium Scholars transition to graduate school.
Kathryn D. Sullivan Earth and Marine Science Fellowship
Fellowship money awarded by the SC Space Grant Consortium and SC Sea Grant Consortium will be administered through your institution’s Grants and Sponsored Programs Offices. Indirect charges (IDCs) are NOT ALLOWED on any SC Space Grant student awards. A fellowship of $14,000 will be awarded, with each of the sponsoring programs contributing. SC Space Grant Consortium will contribute $8,000 and SC Sea Grant Consortium will contribute $6,000. No institutional match is required.
James E. Webb Internship
James E. Webb Internship is for Minority Undergraduate and Graduate Students in Business and Public Administration.
These opportunities are intended to increase participation of minority groups who are under-represented in the management of scientific and cultural organizations. Interns are placed in offices, museums, and research institutes throughout the Smithsonian Institution.
William Randolph Hearst Endowed Fellowship
The Aspen Institute Program on Philanthropy and Social Innovation (PSI) in Washington, DC offers the William Randolph Hearst Endowed Fellowship to one student three times annually. The fellowship, which is based on academic excellence and need, is open to both undergraduate and graduate students of color. The Hearst Fellow serves as an intern with PSI in the Washington, DC office of the Aspen Institute. Through this fellowship, PSI seeks to introduce a diverse group of students to issues and challenges affecting philanthropy, social enterprise, nonprofit organizations, and other actors in the social sector. Recipients may arrange with their colleges or universities to receive academic credit for this experience.
The Aspen Institute Program on Philanthropy and Social Innovation seeks to inform and maximize the impact of grantmaking foundations, nonprofit organizations, social enterprises, and public-private partnerships through leadership development initiatives, convenings, and communications so that each can contribute to the good society at home and abroad./p>
NBCC Minority Fellowship Program (Master’s Mental Health)
The National Board for Certified Counselors Minority Fellowship Program (NBCC MFP) program is made possible by grants awarded to NBCC by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). The NBCC Foundation has been contracted by NBCC to administer 40 master’s-level counseling fellowships of $5,000 for mental health counseling students. Eligible applicants must demonstrate knowledge of and experience with racially and ethnically diverse populations, and commit to providing mental health services to underserved minority transition-age youth (16–25) populations.
The NBCC MFP will help ensure that the behavioral health needs of all Americans are met, regardless of language or culture, thereby reducing health disparities and improving overall community health and well-being. By strategically promoting and providing fellowships to master’s-level counseling students, the NBCC MFP strengthens the infrastructure that engages diverse individuals in counseling and increases the number of professional counselors providing effective, culturally competent services to underserved populations.
Facebook Fellowship Program
The Facebook Fellowship is a global program designed to encourage and support promising doctoral students who are engaged in innovative and relevant research in areas related to computer science and engineering at an accredited university.
The program is open to students in any year of their PhD study. We also encourage people of diverse backgrounds and experiences to apply, especially those from traditionally underrepresented minority groups. Applications are evaluated based on the strength of the student’s research statement, publication record, and recommendation letters.
Winners of the Fellowship are entitled to receive two years of paid tuition and fees, a $42,000 annual stipend to cover living and conference travel costs, a paid visit to Facebook headquarters for the annual Fellowship Summit, and various opportunities to engage with Facebook researchers.
Facebook Fellowship Award Includes Tuition and fees paid for the academic year (up to two years/four semesters). Paid visit to Facebook headquarters for the annual Fellowship Summit (pending COVID-19 restrictions)
To recognize outstanding graduate students in the United States who excel in academics as well as in services to the community, and have demonstrated a potential to become future leaders of the society for closer cooperation between the U.S. and Korea.
Mickey Leland Energy Fellowship (MLEF) Program
The Mickey Leland Energy Fellowship (MLEF) Program provides students with educational opportunities to gain real-world, hands-on research experience with the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Fossil Energy. The MLEF program was created in 1995 with the goal of improving opportunities for under-represented and minority students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields.
The mission of the MLEF program is to strengthen a diverse pipeline of future STEM professionals, and this program has mentored several hundred of the best and brightest students from across the nation for future careers in STEM.
As a MLEF participant, you will train under the mentorship of scientists and engineers while working on mission-focused research projects. During the 10-week appointment, you will receive a weekly stipend, and may be eligible for housing and travel allowances. You will also gain insight into how the Department of Energy is working to meet the energy challenges of the future.
Dr. Nancy Foster Scholarship Program
The Dr. Nancy Foster Scholarship Program is administered through the NOAA Office of National Marine Sanctuaries and subject to appropriations. It is funded annually with 1% of the amount appropriated each fiscal year to the NOAA Office of National Marine Sanctuaries to carry out the National Marine Sanctuaries Act.Each year a Federal Funding Opportunity (FFO) is published in the Federal Register announcing the federal funding opportunity for the Dr. Nancy Foster Scholarship Program. Please be advised that the FFO is the official document for the scholarship opportunity and it is highly recommended that you download it as your guide for applying for the scholarship.They encourage all Grants.gov applicants to begin the application process at least several days before the application deadline. All applicants should be aware that adequate time must be factored into applicant schedules for the delivery of the application. It may take Grants.gov up to two (2) business days to validate or reject the application. Please keep this in mind in developing your submission timeline. Electronic applicants are advised that volume on Grants.gov can be extremely heavy resulting in further delays.
OWSD PhD Fellowships
The Fellowship is offered to women scientists from science- and technology-lagging countries (STLCs) to undertake PhD research in the natural, engineering, and information technology sciences at a host institute in another developing country in the Global South.
Note that an applicant, at the time of application, must NOT have an active research grant or fellowship with The World Academy of Sciences (TWAS) or have already submitted an application for a TWAS program within the same given year. Only one application per year is possible across all TWAS and OWSD programs. Applicants will not be eligible to visit another institution in that year under the TWAS Visiting Professor programmes./p>
The program is administered with funds generously provided by the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) and is offered in partnership with host institutes throughout the developing world.
The general purpose of the fellowship programme is to contribute to the emergence of a new generation of women leaders in science and technology, and to promote their effective participation in the scientific and technological development of their countries.
Wisconsin Veteran's Grant for Private Non-Profit Schools
Awards under this program are made to Wisconsin residents who are enrolled in a bachelor’s or graduate degree program at a WI Association of Independent Colleges and Universities approved school. Students must hold a valid verified veteran status with the Department of Veterans Affairs office and apply to the payment of tuition for educational assistance programs.
The amount of a grant for a student for a semester/session must equal the lesser of $2000 or 50% of the difference from the amount of tuition charged by the private nonprofit institution, and the amount of tuition paid for the student under specified federal veteran educational assistance programs. The bill limits the grants for a student for period of no more than 128 credits, or 8 semesters/sessions, whichever is longer. However, if a student previously received veteran related tuition remissions from the UW Systems or Technical college, that limit is reduced by the number of credits, semesters/sessions for which the student received the tuition remissions previously./p>