Quick Scholarship Finder

First 10 African American scholarships:

Amount:
$1,000
Awards:
1
Deadline:
June 20
Our annual scholarship awards $1,000 to U.S. undergraduates and graduates majoring in psychology, psychiatry, counseling, family therapy or social work who seek a career in the mental health field.
Amount:
Varies
Awards:
Varies
Deadline:
June 27
Open to African American women pursuing studies in Mortuary Science or a related degree program. Must be in good academic standing. Letter of recommendation from Director. Essay.
Contact:
100 Black Women in Funeral Service, Inc. PO BOX 916404 LONGWOOD, FL. 32791-6404 Email: Hundredbwfs@aol.com Website: www.100blackwomenoffuneralservice.com
Amount:
Varies
Awards:
Varies
Deadline:
June 30th, Please Contact as Different Scholarships have Different Deadlines
Proof of U.S. citizenship or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) approval letter. (Permanent Residents/Green Card Holders are not eligible). Currently enrolled in an accredited, graduate-level U.S. healthcare program. Please note the required degree program type for each NMF scholarship. The Drs. Ludlow & Ruth Creary Family Foundation Scholarship is open to students in their 1st or 2nd year of undergraduate studies. The Genita Evangelista Johnson Endowed Scholarship is open to students in their senior year of high school. The Dr. Muriel Petioni Scholarship is open to both medical students and students graduating from college/post-baccalaureate program. Underrepresented minority student. NMF designates the following racial/ethnic groups as underrepresented minorities: African American/Black, Hispanic/Latino, Native Americans (American Indian/Alaska Native/Native Hawaiian), Asian American (Vietnamese and Cambodian only), and Pacific Islander. Demonstrated leadership ability. Commitment to serving medically underserved communities.
Contact:
Contact us for more information: scholarships@nmfonline.org www.nmfonline.org
Amount:
$4000
Awards:
Varies
Deadline:
July 1 (Fall), November 1 (Spring)
Be a resident of the State of Florida. Be a member of one of the following racial groups: African, American/Black, Hispanic/Latino, Asian American/Pacific Islander, or American Indian/Alaskan Native. Be newly admitted into a teacher education program at any of FFMT's participating universities/colleges. Be a junior and have not earned a baccalaureate degree in Education. Have earned 60 credit hours or an AA degree. Have not exceeded 18 hours of upper division education courses at the time of application.
Contact:
FFMT G 415 Norman HallPO Box 117045 Gainesville Florida 32611E-mail: info@ffmt.org Fax: (352) 846-3011 www.ffmt.org
Amount:
Varies
Awards:
10
Deadline:
July 1
In honor of Kyle's memory his family has established the Kyle B. Wilson Scholarship Fund, a non-profit, 501 (c) (3) organization. The fund was created to keep Kyle's legacy alive while assisting students and their families who find themselves in extraordinary financial circumstances. The scholarship's funds are intended to help students and their families pay for the many expenses related to quality education. NOTE: Applicant must currently reside in Allegheny County, or have parents/grandparents that reside in Allegheny County.
Amount:
Unspecified
Awards:
Unspecified
Deadline:
July 5
To qualify for this scholarship applicants must: Demonstrate financial need. Meet at least two of the following criteria: Be a first generation college student. Be a member of an underrepresented or marginalized group (including but not limited to underrepresented racial populations, women, LGBTQI, low income, individuals with disabilities, etc.). Have overcome personal, social and/or physical obstacles pursuing an education and/or be from a living environment or academic setting that may have hindered educational pursuits. Have demonstrated a commitment to diversity and inclusion, and/or leadership in working with underrepresented groups, through employment, community service or other involvement.
Contact:
Please direct questions about the application process to Erin Kahn at ekahn@nwhealth.edu. If you have questions about expectations of scholarship recipients, please reach out to Student Affairs at studentaffairs@nwhealth.edu. https://www.nwhealth.edu/financial-aid/grants-scholarships/incoming/diversity/
Amount:
$1000
Awards:
Varies
Deadline:
July 31
The Capture the Dream Scholarship Fund is available to single parents and minority students in The San Francisco Bay Area, California. The Single Parent Scholarship - $1,000 per recipient Low-income*, single parents who are San Francisco Bay Area residents and will be enrolled full or part-time at an accredited, not-for-profit 2- or 4-year institution in Fall are eligible to apply. This scholarship may only be applied toward undergraduate level studies. The George Geng On Lee Minorities in Leadership Scholarship - $1,000 per recipient Low-income, minority students who are San Francisco Bay Area residents and will be enrolled full time at an accredited, not-for-profit 4-year institution in Fall are eligible to apply. This scholarship may only be applied toward undergraduate level studies.
Contact:
Capture the Dream, Inc. Attn: Scholarship Chair 484 Lake Park Ave #15 Oakland, CA 94610 Website: www.capturethedream.org
Amount:
$20000 scholarship
Awards:
3
Deadline:
August 15
Second-year law student, in good standing, at an ABA-accredited law school in the US. Scheduled to graduate in 2020. Excellent college and law school academic performance. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Demonstrated leadership qualities, work experience, and community involvement. Authorized to work in the US. Member of a diverse population that historically has been underrepresented in the legal profession. Must join the 2019 Arent Fox Summer Program after their second year of law school. Have a strong interest in joining the Firm as an associate after law school graduation.
Amount:
$5000 plus an internship and mentorship program
Awards:
1
Deadline:
August 15
Open to U.S. citizens or permanent residents who belong to a minority group. Must be enrolled as a college junior at an accredited 4-year university. Declared major in one of the following: civil engineering, chemical engineering, environmental engineering or one of the environmental sciences such as hydrology, geology, etc.. Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.
Contact:
Brown and Caldwell Attn: HR/Scholarships Program 1527 Cole Boulevard, Suite 300 Lakewood, CO 80401 Email: scholarships@brwncald.com Website: www.brownandcaldwell.com
Amount:
$500
Awards:
2
Deadline:
August 23
At the time of the award (fall 2020), the student must meet the following requirements: Be in the last year of study for a social work degree in a bachelor or master's degree program accredited by CSWE Have an expected graduation date no later than summer 2021 Be an American citizen, noncitizen national, or have permanent residence status (international students, DACA status students, and work visa holders are not eligible to apply at this time) Have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale Be enrolled full time during the period in which the grant is awarded (fall 2020) Have a demonstrated commitment to promoting equity and social justice The scholarship is targeted to but not limited to minority ethnic/racial individuals. It can be awarded to a student only once.
Contact:
Council on Social Work Education | 1701 Duke Street, Suite 200 | Alexandria, VA 22314-3457 Phone: 1.703.683.8080 | Fax: 1.703.683.8099 | E: info@cswe.org Website: www.cswe.org Please direct questions about the scholarship to cas@cswe.org.