Annually, HCF distributes over $4.5 million to deserving students, making it the third largest private provider of post-secondary scholarships in the state. Our scholarships support students who are pursuing degrees from colleges and universities, as well as those obtaining career and technical education at a community college. Each scholarship has specific eligibility criteria defined by the donor when the fund is established. General criteria that apply to most scholarships include: Be a resident of the State of Hawai‘i Demonstrate financial need Attend an accredited two or four year not for profit institution within the United States as either an undergraduate...
Pi Gamma Mu's scholarships are intended for the first or second year of graduate work in the areas of sociology, anthropology, political science, history, economics, international relations, public administration, criminal justice, law, social work, psychology, and human/cultural geography. Applicants must be members of the Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society.
La Unidad Latina Foundation awards scholarship grants to worthy and needy students for the pursuit of higher education, supports and encourages participation in educational programs and activities, and supports community programs which aid in the civic empowerment and educational improvement of the Latino community. Eligible degrees include: Master of Arts, Master of Science, Master of Public Administration/Policy, Master of Social Work.
The Sir James Lougheed Award of Distinction provides Alberta students with the opportunity for advanced study at institutions outside of Alberta. Applicants must be Canadian Citizens or Landed Immigrants, be Alberta residents, and be enrolled or planning to enroll full-time in a graduate program at an institution outside of Alberta. Applicants must: be a Canadian citizen, Permanent Resident or Protected Person (visa students are not eligible), be an Alberta resident, and to be considered an Alberta resident one of the following conditions must apply: - Alberta is the last place the student has lived for twelve (12) consecutive months prior...
The Agnes Jones Jackson Scholarship was established in the memory of the late Agnes Jones Jackson who was a long time NAACP member from the San Francisco branch. Part-time and full-time graduate students are eligible to apply. Eigibility: Must be a current member of the NAACP. Be a US citizen. Minimum GPA 3.0 Must not have reached the age of 25 by the application deadline. Must be currently enrolled or accepted to an accredited college or university in the United States. Must demonstrate financial need based on the federal porverty guidelines.
Through AFA scholarships, caring organizations and individuals help students pursue their dreams of higher education with generous scholarships, awards, and grants. These programs exemplify the lifelong bond of Airmen and the commitment of our supporting community. AFA accepts scholarship applications between December 1 and April 30.
The Federal Employee Education and Assistance Fund has provided more than $14 million in scholarships to more than 10,000 students since 1986. Annually, about 300 merit-based awards are offered ranging from $1,000 to $5,000. The majority of awards are for undergraduates but awards are available for graduate study. Eligibility: Children or legal dependents under the age of 25 of full- or part-time permanent federal civilian or postal employees. Blacks in Government (BIG) federal employee members may also sponsor a grandchild. Spouses of full- or part-time permanent civilian federal or postal employees. Full- or part-time permanent civilian federal or postal employees...
The major goal of the Cook Inlet Region, Inc. (CIRI) Foundation is encourage the education and career development of Alaska Natives through postsecondary scholarships and grants, research and other educational projects. Applicants must be, or be descended from, original enrollees of the Cook Inlet Region. Applications for the academic year will likely open in early May and be due June 1st. Mid-year scholarships open in November and are due December 1st.
The Open Society Foundations award grants, scholarships, and fellowships throughout the year to organizations and individuals who share Open Society values. We look for grantees who have a vision and whose efforts will lead to lasting social change. The vast majority of our grants are awarded to organizations that we approach directly, but we do list some open opportunities below. Other funding opportunities are available through Open Society's network of national and regional foundations.
The BEST (BUNAC Educational Scholarship Trust) scholarships offer financial assistance to eligible applicants who are looking to undertake postgraduate study in the USA or Canada. They are funded by the BEST Scholarship Trust which is an independent trust administered by BUNAC on behalf of the BEST trustees. Applicants must: Be UK passport holder Be currently, or have been engaged in full-time tertiary education at a university or college of higher education in the United Kingdom Have already applied for, but not yet started a post-graduate course in the US or Canada. The postgraduate qualification must be awarded by a US...

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