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First 10 minority scholarships:

Amount:
$10,800 paid in 12 monthly installments
Awards:
1
Deadline:
July 26
The Robert E. Malouf Studies Scholarship is for graduate students enrolled in a Masters/professional or Ph.D. program in any discipline at any college or university physically located in Oregon whose emphasis of study is marine-related. Student's research must align with Oregon Sea Grant's mission and focus on Oregon's coastal communities and ecosystems. Masters/professional degree students must be in the first year, or just beginning the second year, of their degree program at the time of award (September). Ph.D. students can be in the first, second, or just beginning the third year of their degree program at the time of award (September). If you are unsure of your eligibility, we encourage you to contact Mary Pleasant at Oregon Sea Grant before putting your application together to discuss and clarify your eligibility: mary.pleasant@oregonstate.edu. If you have applied before, did not receive the scholarship, and are still within the eligibility requirements, we recommend applying again. Students of color, American Indians, non-traditional students, and those from other diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.
Contact:
Oregon Sea Grant uses eSeaGrant for fellowship application submissions. To access eSeaGrant, send an email to eseagrant@oregonstate.edu declaring your interest in applying. Please include the name of the fellowship you wish to apply for in the subject line. https://seagrant.oregonstate.edu/fellowships/malouf-marine-studies-scholarship
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:
$2000
Awards:
1
Deadline:
July 31
Enrolled at an accredited college or university in the U.S. Enrolled at the undergraduate level. Aged 18-year-old or older. Be a first-generation student (a student is considered "the first generation" if neither of the student's parents earned a college degree at the baccalaureate level or higher). Studying in the following degrees (or the equivalence of these degrees) in the business department: -Entrepreneurship - Marketing - Management - Finance & Accounting - General Business
Amount:
$1,500
Awards:
1
Deadline:
July 31, 2021
We aim to spread awareness about the very serious immigration issues within the United States. By creating this scholarship and providing students with an opportunity to share their stories, these immigration success stories will serve as a beacon of hope for others. One student will be selected to receive this $1,500 scholarship award. For more information and to apply, please visit: https://hackinglawpractice.com/scholarship/
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.
Amount:
$200
Awards:
Varies
Deadline:
August 30th
Open to all minorities confronting chronic illness or disability. Requirements for Scholarship: must be a college student living with a physical ailment, physical disease, and/or physical disability. Must be enrolled as full/part time student, and must not be on academic probation.%u2014email proof of enrollment to Bella Soul (does not need to be a transcript; scholarship is not based on GPA but will be taken into account).
Amount:
$5000-$10,000
Awards:
2
Deadline:
September 15th and March 15th
Bradley's commitment to diversity is not just a passive ideal, but an active goal that allows us to build a team with broad backgrounds and experiences. Every year, we offer two Diversity Scholarships to promote the education of well-qualified law students from backgrounds that are traditionally underrepresented in the legal profession. We award scholarships of up to $5,000 to first-year students and up to $10,000 to second-year students who are committed to broadening the diversity of voices in the legal profession. Scholarship recipients are required to clerk in one of Bradley's offices for at least six weeks during the summer after the scholarships are awarded. (We will do our best to honor the scholarship recipient's first choice for office placement, but maintain the right to make the final decision.)
Amount:
Scholars will receive funding for the full cost of attendance* that is not already covered by other financial aid and the expected family contribution, as determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), or the methodology used by a Scholar's college or university. *Cost of attendance includes tuition, fees, room, board, books, and transportation, and may include other personal costs.
Awards:
300
Deadline:
September 15
The Gates Scholarship (TGS) is a highly selective, last-dollar scholarship for outstanding, minority, high school seniors from low-income households. Each year, the scholarship is awarded to 300 of these student leaders, with the intent of helping them realize their maximum potential. To apply, students must be: A high school senior. From at least one of the following ethnicities: African-American, American Indian/Alaska Native*, Asian & Pacific Islander American, and/or Hispanic American. Pell-eligible. A US citizen, national, or permanent resident. In good academic standing with a minimum cumulative weighted GPA of 3.3 on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent). Additionally, a student must plan to enroll full-time, in a four-year degree program, at a US accredited, not-for-profit, private or public college or university. For American Indian/Alaska Native, proof of tribal enrollment will be required.