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Integrated Health Scholarship Program for Health, Mental Health, and Behavioral Health
The University of Michigan School of Social Work is pleased to offer the Integrated Health Scholarship Program. The Integrated Health Scholarship Program acknowledges the interconnectedness between physical, mental, and behavioral health and seeks to positively impact the quality of care and client outcomes through integrated health care delivery.
The Integrated Health Scholarship Program prepares students to utilize and promote integrated, collaborative care models that attend to the holistic physical, emotional, and behavioral health needs of diverse individuals, families, and communities. The program also focuses on Interprofessional Education opportunities to learn with, from, and about other health professionals to develop collaborative interprofessional teamwork skills.
As an Integrated Health Scholarship recipient, students will develop integrated health skills to work with diverse populations and be prepared to seek employment across a wide variety of integrated health settings including primary care, mental health, behavioral health, hospital, hospice, long-term care, residential, health departments, and other community-based non-profit health agencies.
Objectives of the Integrated Health Scholarship Program are:
An amount of $5,000 per term (3 terms for 12-month / 4 terms for 16-month students) will be awarded to the students.
Serving the Mental Health Needs of the Underserved Scholarship
The Serving the Mental Health Needs of the Underserved Scholarship, established in William James College’s (WJC) Center for Multicultural & Global Mental Health (CMGMH), reflects WJC’s commitment to promoting social justice and addressing mental health disparities among historically marginalized groups in the U.S. The highly competitive scholarship, which covers 2/3 of tuition costs, recognizes the achievements and promise of students committed to pursuing Master’s (MA), Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies (CAGS), or Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) degrees at WJC. Applicants will be evaluated based on a combination of academic achievement, leadership skills, volunteer or community service, and financial need. The scholarship is renewable annually, subject to awardees' continued satisfactory academic progress, fulfillment of roles and responsibilities (described below), and demonstrated financial needs.
The broad, long-term objectives for the scholarship are:
Scholarship awardees will be appointed as Fellows in the Center for Multicultural & Global Mental Health (CMGMH). The Serving the Mental Needs of the Underserved Scholarship comes with a set of duties and responsibilities that all awardees accept. These duties are to be met on an annual basis throughout the awardee’s matriculation at William James College.
As a condition of the scholarship, awardees are expected to:
Physician Assistant Studies Scholarships
Need-based aid in the form of grants, loans, work-study, and other funding is available to those who demonstrate financial need.
The following scholarships are offered by Pacific University School of Physician Assistant Studies:
The H.F. Randolph Community Scholarship: Pacific University awards several Community Service scholarships to first-year Physician Assistant (PA) students who demonstrate a commitment to underserved communities and whose intention is to practice in such an area after completion of the program.
- Amount Awarded: $2,500
- Number of Awards: 4
The Josiah Hill III PA Alumni Scholarship: This scholarship is awarded by the PA Staff and Faculty to a second-year physician assistant student who demonstrates financial need, good academic standing, and participation in community service and activities related to the PA profession.
- Amount Awarded: $2,000
- Number of Awards: 1
The Director’s Award OHA Scholarship: This scholarship is from the School of Physician Assistant (PA) Studies and Oregon Health Authority (OHA). Designed with both the student and Oregon workforce in mind, this scholarship provides Pacific University College of Health Professions PA students with a unique opportunity to help address healthcare disparity in the state.
- Amount Awarded: $37,500/year
- Number of Awards: 2
The John Stoianoff Memorial Scholarship: This scholarship was established in 2019 by the family of Dr. John R. Stoianoff, commemorating his life of service, compassion, and generosity as a surgeon in Idaho, and as a skilled lecturer in health care practice during his retirement years. A joyful and inspiring presence for students and faculty of the Pacific University School of Physician Assistant Studies, Dr. Stoianoff contributed over 11 years of volunteer service.
- Amount Awarded: $1,000
- Number of Awards: 1
Education Equity Scholarship
The Parian Law Firm provides a needs-based financial aid response, with a focus on aid gap funding. A student currently enrolled in a community college, junior college, undergraduate, or graduate program may receive $1,000.00. The Education Equality Scholarship recognizes individuals who are dedicated to furthering their education, welfare, and financial stability. Regardless of a student's major choice or current academic year, the Education Equality Scholarship is open.
George and Pearl Strickland Scholarship Fund
The George and Pearl Strickland Scholarship Fund is awarded for both undergraduate or graduate students with financial need pursuing a degree at the Atlanta University Center colleges.
Trans Student Educational Resources (TSER) Scholarships
The goal of this scholarship is to award up to $1000 per person. They intend on providing as many scholarships as possible during this unprecedented time. These scholarships will fill in a huge gap facing transgender scholars. There are currently no other national scholarship programs specifically for trans students.
Out For Education Scholarships
Out for Education (OFE) recognizes outstanding lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer – plus (LGBTQ+) students and contributes toward their college education. OFE has recognized and granted outstanding LGBTQ+ students multiple scholarships ranging from $1,000 over one year to $10,000 over four years.
Financial Aid for Online Master of Professional Studies in Information Technology Management
Federal, state, and private grants and scholarships are available to MPS in IT Management students who qualify.
Pursuing a degree from SoPA is an investment in your future. That's why we want every student who is eligible to be able to supplement the cost of their education with financial help. Whether you are a new or returning Tulane student, we are committed to helping you understand how financial aid works. In most cases, federal aid is awarded based on financial need. Need determinations are based on the data you provide on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Applicants who plan to seek federal financial aid are strongly advised to apply at least six weeks before the start of the semester. The deadline for all applications is January 1 for the spring semester, May 1 for the summer semester, and August 1 for the fall semester.
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.
Mesothelioma.com is pleased to present a scholarship to a student whose life has been affected by cancer. The aim of this scholarship is to assist college students in their pursuit of higher education by providing financial assistance. They want to know your story whether you've fought cancer yourself or seen a loved one undergoing treatment.
Tridelta Graduate Scholarships
Scholarships are merit-based and need-based educational grants given to individual alumna members of Delta Delta Delta. Recipients are determined by those best meeting the criteria of chapter restricted scholarship funds, exhibiting academic achievement, community involvement, financial need and future promise.
This Scholarship is for both Graduate and Undergraduate students.
Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago Academic Scholarship
The Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago Academic Scholarship administer educational scholarship funds from the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago to help Jewish college and graduate students offset some of their financial burdens. Assistance is available for those with financial needs who are pursuing careers in the helping professions. Scholarships range up to $8,000, and are renewable.
Phyllis G. Meekins Scholarship
The Dinah Shore Scholarship was established in 1994 by The LPGA Foundation to honor the late Dinah Shore, a graduate of Vanderbilt University, a Hollywood entertainer, and an honorary member of the LPGA Tour Hall of Fame.
The Dinah Shore Scholarship receives tremendous support from Kraft Foods, Inc., the Fund largest corporate donor, and the Kraft Nabisco Championship, one of the LPGA Tour four major championships.
One $5,000 scholarship will be awarded in 2021.
The Marilynn Smith Scholarship is granted annually through The LPGA Foundation and the Marilynn Smith Scholarship Fund. Five $5,000 scholarships will be awarded in 2021.
The Phyllis G. Meekins Scholarship is granted annually through The LPGA Foundation and the Phyllis G. Meekins Scholarship Fund. Established in 2006, the objective of the Phyllis G.
The Phyllis G. Qualifications for all scholarships include strong academic programs, community service and recommendations. Two $5,000 scholarships will be awarded in 2021.
Ten $250 scholarships will be awarded in 2020.
The 2020 Scholarship process has concluded. Please check back in August 2021 for the 2021 Scholarship Process.
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The Marge Burns Education Grant is available for LPGA Teaching and Club Professionals and is awarded to assist with the expenses of attending LPGA Certification Programs. Established with a bequest from Marge Burns, the grant recognizes the importance of LPGA Certification and Continuing Education for LPGA Teaching and Club Professionals.
Grant Applicants must be an Approved Applicant or an LPGA Apprentice or Class B LPGA Professionals member in good standing.
In memory of the late Dr. Dede Owens, the LPGA Foundation established the Dr. Dede Owens LPGA Golf Education and Research Fund.
The fund also has several ongoing projects, including golf education publications, the development and implementation of the LPGA Teacher Education Program for Accessible Golf, and teaching research.
The Kay-Grant Group Scholarships
The Kay-Grant Group is a real estate agent group located in Scottsdale, AZ committed to bettering all generations through education. They issue an annual scholarship to assist those interested in real estate, technology, or entrepreneurship with obtaining a formal education. The winning video will be awarded a $1,000 scholarship to use towards tuition. The funds will be paid directly to the college or university and may be applied to an outstanding balance or to future tuition.
Rusty and Kay Moody Post-Graduate Scholarship
The Rusty and Kay Moody Post-Graduate Scholarship is awarded for ideal candidates who are current AQHA members. Members must apply while enrolled at an accredited college or university. Funding for this scholarship will be applied to a two-year graduate-level degree program of the student's choice.
Lex Hester Endowed Fellowship
The Lex Hester Endowed Fellowship for Public Administration provides a fellowship for a graduate student seeking a Master of Public Administration. Hester was a longtime public official and highly respected leader in Northeast Florida.
Metropolitan Community College Scholarships
All students - prospective and current - apply once per year through one application and will be considered for each eligible scholarship during every scholarship period. Scholarships may be awarded based on financial need, academic progress, a program of study, or a combination of these factors.
The Scholarship Office will effectively award, communicate and coordinate all private and institutional aid to support MCC’s mission of providing accessible and affordable education for our students, with an eye toward improving enrollment, retention, and completion rates.
Scholarships are a gift that reduces the overall cost of attending MCC. These gifts do not need to be repaid and are the ideal opportunity for all MCC students to keep college costs low. Students are required to fill out an application, and each application will be sorted and ranked by criteria specific to each scholarship opportunity. Students selected for each scholarship will be notified of their award, and the award will be placed on the student's account once all scholarship paperwork is complete.
Physician Assistant Financial Aid and Scholarship
Applicants who have been accepted into the Physician Assistant Program may apply for financial aid through the Financial Aid Office at UND. Students may apply for federal financial aid, including the Federal Stafford (subsidized and/or unsubsidized) Loan. You will not receive the actual cash monies until after you have begun your course work in the Program.
UND PA students are eligible to apply for the following department scholarships during their third-semester.
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Endowed scholarship
Scholarships are financial awards given to a variety of students based on their abilities inside and outside of the classroom. The best part about scholarships is they do not have to be repaid.
Embry-Riddle endowed and term scholarships are funds that are generously donated to help students pay for their education. Completing the application does not guarantee you will receive a scholarship. If you are selected for a scholarship, it will be paid in the Fall and Spring semesters of the following academic year.
Only fields marked with an asterisk on the application are required, but please fill out as much information as you can to increase your eligibility for one or more of the scholarships.