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					                                      SCHOLARSHIP LISTING
                                       (Revised August 2004)


ACTUARIAL SCHOLARSHIPS FOR MINORITY STUDENTS
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Deadline: April 15
Amount: Varies
Field of Study: Math, Science, Business, Engineering
Requirements:
    1. SAT or ACT
    2. Scholarship application
    3. Two nominations
    4. Completed FAFSA and SAR report
Contact:
   Minority Scholarship Coordinator
   Society of Actuaries
   475 N. Martingale Road, Suite 800
   Schaumburg, IL 60173–2226
   (847) 706–3500
   cleathe@casact.org
   http://www.beanactuary.org

AGC EDUCATION & RESEARCH FOUNDATION UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS
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Deadline: November 1
Amount: $2000 - $6,000
Field of Study: Civil Engineering or Construction
Requirements: Must be a college sophomore or junior in a 4 or 5 year program in an ABET or ACCET
accredited institution or a civil engineering program
Contact:
   AGC Education and Research Foundation
   1957 E Street, NW
   Washington, DC 20006
   (703) 837-5342
   http://www.agc.org/index.ww
   agcf@agc.org

AIA NEW JERSEY SCHOLARSHIP
Deadline: Varies
Amount: $500
Field of Study: Architecture
Requirement: Scholarship for sophomore, junior, senior and graduate students.
Contact:
   AIA New Jersey Scholarship
   900 Route Nine
   Woodbridge, NJ 07095

AIR FORCE AID SOCIETY GENERAL HENRY H. ARNOLD EDUCATION GRANT PROGRAM
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Deadlines: March 16 and April 15
Amount: $1,500
Field of Study: Open
Requirements: Applicants must be in one of the following categories (1-3).
  1. Dependent sons and daughters of Air Force members in one the following categories Active Duty
      and Title 10 Reservists on Extended active duty through award disbursement date of September 1
  2. Spouses of Active Duty Members
  3. Surviving Spouses of Air Force Members who died while on active duty
Applicants must meet all other eligibility criteria below from items (4-6).
 4. High school graduate and full time undergraduate student
 5. Enrolled and accepted into a college, university
 6. Maintain at least a 2.0 GPA on a 4.0 grading scale.
Contact:
   General Henry H. Arnold Education Grant Program
   Air Force Aid Society
   Education Assistance Department
   1745 Jefferson Davis Highway, Suite 202
   Arlington, VA 22202-3072
   800-429-9475 or (703) 607-3072
   www.afas.org

ALL NATIONS ALLIANCE FOR MINORITY PARTICIPATION
Deadline: Unknown
Amount: Varies
Field of Study: Math, Science, and Engineering
Requirement: Awarded to members of federally recognized tribes working toward a BS in Science,
Engineering or Math.
Contact:
   Salish-Kootenai College (406) 675-4800
   Montana State University (406) 994-5553
   http://www.anamp.org

ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA EDUCATIONAL ADVANCEMENT FOUNDATION
Deadline: January 15th
Amount: $750 - $1,500
Requirements:
       1. Have completed one year of college
       2. Have a minimum of a 2.5-3.0 GPA
       3. Participate in community or campus activities
       4. Recommendations and Transcripts needed
Contact:
  AKA-EAF
  5656 South Stony Island Avenue
  Chicago, IL 60637
  http://www.akaeaf.org

AMBASSIDORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS
An international scholarship program that covers expenses for schooling abroad.
Deadline: Varies by club location
Amount: Covers travel expenses
Requirements:
    1. Possesses leadership skills and community service experience
    2. At least two years of college completed
    3. Knows language of county going to visit
    4. Attends orientation seminar
    5. View website for more details of scholarship
Contact:
   Rotary International
   One Rotary Center
   1560 Sherman Ave.
   Evanston, IL 60201, USA
   (847) 866-3000
   http://rotary.org/

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION
The Foundation supports scholars pursuing a vast spectrum of academic research; public school
teachers promoting girls' achievement in math, science, and technology; and community activists helping
to improve the lives of women and girls through education. Funding also assists women at critical stages
of their careers, as well as those preparing for professions underrepresented by women and women of
color. In addition, special funding is available for a college/university scholar-in-residence to research
issues of gender and equity. The Foundation offers several scholarships.
Contact:
    http://www.aauw.org/3000/fdnfelgra.html#J2

AMERICAN GEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE AGI
American Geoscience Scholarship
Deadline: March 10th
Amount: $250-$1000
Field of Study: Geoscience, including geoscience subdisciplines of geology, geophysics, geochemistry,
hydrology, meteorology, physical oceanography, planetary geology, or earth science education. This
program does not support students in other natural sciences, mathematics, or engineering.
Requirements:
  1. US citizen
  2. Verifiable ethnic minority status as Black, Hispanic, or Native American
  3. Full time college student currently enrolled in a geoscience program
  4. Signed and fully complete application forms (4 pages)
  5. Official transcripts
  6. 3 letters of recommendations from persons qualified to judge the applicant’s recent academic
       performance and character; geoscience faculty/employers are preferred, other science/mathematics
       faculty are acceptable
Contact:
    American Geological Institute
    Attn: Minority Geoscience Student Scholarship Coordinator
    4220 King Street
    Alexandria, VA 22302
    (703) 379-2480
    (703) 379-7563 Fax
    http://www.agiweb.org/mpp/index.html

AMERICAN HOTEL FOUNDATION
Provides financial support to students enrolled in an accredited undergraduate academic program leading
to a degree in hospitality management.
Contact:
  American Hotel Foundation
  1201 New York Avenue, NW, Suite 600
  Washington, DC 20005-3831
  http://www.ahlef.org/scholarships.asp
  ahf@ahma.com

AMERICAN INDIAN EDUCATION FOUNDATION
Deadline: May 3
Amount: $1500-$3000
Field of Study: Open
Requirements: Native American high school graduates are eligible to apply
Contact:
   American Indian Education Foundation
   10029 SW Nimbus Avenue, Suite 200
   Beaverton, OR 97008
   (866) 866-8642
   (503) 641-0495
   http://www.aiefprograms.org/
AMERICAN INDIAN HERITAGE FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS
Deadline: None
Amount: $1000 maximum
Field of Study: Open
Requirements: Native American high school graduates are eligible to apply if they have been accepted by
an institution of higher education, are U.S. citizens, demonstrate financial need and provide information
on tribal affiliation and grade point average.
Contact:
   American Indian Heritage Foundation
   6051 Arlington Boulevard
   Falls Church, VA 22044-2788
   (603) 237-7500
   (703) 532-1921Fax


AMERICAN INDIAN SCHOLARSHIPS
Deadline: Unknown
Amount: Varies
Field of Study: Forestry, Journalism, Law, Pharmacy, and Indian Studies
Requirement: Awarded to undergraduate tribal members pursuing higher education
Contact:
   4520 Montgomery Blvd., NW #1B
   Albuquerque, NM 87109
   OR
   American Indian Studies Program
   600 University Avenue
   Missoula, MT 59812
   (406) 243-5832

AMERICAN INDIAN SCIENCE & ENGINEERING SOCIETY
http://www.aises.org/highered/scholarships

A.T. ANDERSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
Deadline: June 15
Amount: $1,000 undergraduate; $2,000 graduate
Field of Study: math, physical science, engineering, medicine, science, or natural resources
Requirements:
  1. Full time undergraduate or graduate student
  2. Member of American Indian tribe
  3. Have a 2.0 Cumulative GPA
  4. Current member of AISES, go to www.aises.org/membership to download membership application

AZPC OF AISES CHAPTER SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
Deadline: August 20
Amount: $500 per semester
Field of Study: Engineering, Science, Medicine
Requirements: Applicants must be full time juniors, seniors, or graduate students with a minimum grade
point average of 2.5. Certificate of Indian blood in not required, but applicants must include a 250 word
essay on the candidate’s personal commitment to environmental protection on tribal lands and a brief
statement explaining how and when knowledge of tribal culture was acquired.

BUREAU OF RECLAMATION
Deadline: June 15
Amount: $5,000
Field of Study: Science, Engineering
Requirements:
 1. Must be a current member of AISES (if not a member, obtain a membership application at
     www.aises.org/membership and submit dues)
 2. Must have 2.5 or higher Cumulative grade point average (GPA)
 3. Must be a US citizen
 4. Must be enrolled as a full time undergraduate student at an accredited college or university
 5. Must agree to serve an 8-10 week paid internship with the Bureau of Reclamation prior to
     graduation. Internship will be at a regional or area office located within the 17 Western state at
     served by Reclamation, or at Washington, DC Headquarters, or the Denver Technical Service
     Center
 6. Must be seeking a Bachelor’s degree in engineering or science, relating to water resources or an
     environmentally related field
 7. Must submit an essay that demonstrates:
   1. First hand knowledge of American Indian tribal culture
   2. Interests in engineering or environmental studies/ sciences in a clear and comprehensive manner
   3. Interests in water resource issues, and the needs and concerns of Indian tribes
   4. How applicant will contribute his or her knowledge or professional


EPA TRIBAL LANDS ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE SCHOLARSHIP
Deadline: June 15th
Amount: $4,000 per year
Field of Study: Engineering, Science
Requirements: Applicants must be full time juniors, seniors, or graduate students with a minimum grade
point average of 2.5. Certificate of Indian blood in not required, but applicants must include a 250-word
essay on the candidate’s personal commitment to environmental protection on tribal lands and a brief
statement explaining how and when knowledge of tribal culture was acquired.

GENERAL MOTORS ENGINEERING SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
Deadline: June 15th
Amount: $3,000 per year
Field of Study: Engineering field
Requirements:
1. Each year GM provides scholarships to students at a select number of colleges and universities
    nationwide. The scholarships are primarily awarded to students.
2. Contact your financial aid office to determine if your school participates in this program. If so, they
    will be able to provide you with further details regarding the eligibility requirements.
Contact:
   General Motors Engineering Scholarship Program
   General Motors
   3044 West Grand Boulevard
   Mail Code 482-108-162
   Detroit, MI 48202
   (313) 556-3565

HENRYRODRIGUEZ RECLAMATION COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP AND INTERNSHIP
Deadline: June 15
Amount: $5,000
Field of Study: Science, Engineering
Requirements:
  1. Must be a current member of AISES (if not a member, obtain a membership application at
      www.aises.org/membership and submit dues)
  2. Must have 2.5 or higher Cumulative grade point average (GPA)
  3. Must be a US citizen
  4. Must be enrolled as a full time undergraduate student at an accredited college or university
 5.     Must be seeking a Bachelor’s degree in engineering or science, relating to water resources or an
        environmentally related field
 6.     Must submit an essay that demonstrates:
   1.    First hand knowledge of American Indian tribal culture
   2.    Interests in engineering or environmental studies/ sciences in a clear and comprehensive manner
   3.    Interests in water resource issues, and the needs and concerns of Indian tribes
   4.    How applicant will contribute his or her knowledge or professional

AMERICAN INDIAN SERVICES
Deadlines:
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    Winter Season--------- November 15
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    Spring Season--------- February 15
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    Summer Season--------May 15
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    Fall Season-------------August 15
Amount: Varies from $500 to $1,500
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
  1. Must show financial need
  2. Must be a Native American undergraduate student; full or part time with no more than 150 credits
  3. Certificate of Indian Blood
  4. Official transcript from previous semester
  5. Official tuition bill statement from your school
  6. Three letters of recommendation
  7. Minimum Cumulative GPA 2.25
  8. Completed Application
  9. Two photos, preferably not professionally taken photos
  10. One page letter about yourself, specifically your tribe, where you are from, school you are attending
       and your area of study. Describe your educational goals and future plans. Explain why you feel
       you need this scholarship
  11. Please send a self addressed stamped envelope when requesting an application
Contact:
    American Indian Services
    ATTN: Scholarship Department
    1902 N. Canyon Road, Suite 100
    Provo, UT 84604
    http://www.ess.pdx.edu/fao/scholarships/AmericanIndian.htm

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS
AIA/ASF Minority/Disadvantaged Scholarship
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Deadline: Nomination Dec 4 , Application Jan 15
Amount: Varies from $500-$2,500
Field of Study: Architecture
Contact:
   Mary Felber
   The American Institute of Architects
   1735 New York Ave. NW
   Washington, DC 20006
   (202) 626-7511 or 626-7565
   (202) 626-7420 Fax
   www.e-architect.com/institute

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
Minority Scholarships Program
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Deadline: July 1
Amount: Varies up to $5,000
Field of Study: Accounting
Requirements:
 1. A declared major on transcript with GPA of 3.3
 2. A minority student who has satisfactorily completed at least 30 semester hours of college work
     including at least 6 semester hours in accounting
 3. Enrolled as a full time undergraduate student
 4. Official Transcripts
 5. Completed Financial Aid Worksheet
Contact:
   Minority Scholarships Program
   American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
   1211 Avenue of the Americas
   New York, NY 10036-8775
   (212) 596-6223
   (212) 596-6292 Fax
   www.aicpa.org

AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY
Silver Eagle Indian Scholarship
Deadline: Unknown
Amount: $200 for undergraduates
Requirements: Must have been born in Nevada and be the child of an American Indian veteran.
Contact:
    1718 Statz Street
    North Las Vegas, NV 89030
    (702) 642-4002

AMERICAN NUCLEAR SOCIETY
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Deadline: March 1
Amount: Varies
Field of Study: Varies
Requirements:
  1. Application
  2. Official Transcripts
  3. Letter of Recommendation from sponsoring organization
  4. 3 letters of references
Contact:
    (708) 352-6611
    www.ans.org

AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOCIETY
APS Minorities Scholarship Program
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Deadline: 1 Friday in February
Amount: $2,000 for new students; $3,000 for renewal
Field of Study: Physics
Requirements:
  1. Open to any African American, Hispanic American, or Native American
  2. US citizen or permanent legal resident
  3. Plan to major in physics
  4. High school senior or college freshman or sophomore
Contact:
    Arlene F. Modeste Knowles
    The American Physical Society
    American Center for Physics
    One Physics Ellipse
    College Park, MD 20740-3844
    (301) 209-3232
   (301) 209-0865 Fax
   Knowles@aps.org
   www.aps.org/educ

AMERICAN PHYSIOLOGICAL SOCIETY
Please visit website for more detail on internships, fellowships, and summer opportunities for
undergraduate students interested in research of the physiological sciences.
Contact:
   http://www.the-aps.org

AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION
Minority Fellowship Program
Deadline: January 15th
The MFP's objective is to increase the knowledge of issues related to ethnic minority mental health and to
improve the quality of mental health treatment delivered to ethnic minority populations. We do this by
providing financial support and professional guidance to individuals pursuing doctoral degrees in
psychology. The American Psychological Association Minority Fellowship Program (MFP) has created
five programs to support the training of researchers and practitioners. The Mental Health Services and
Substance Abuse Fellowship funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
supports the training of practitioners and researchers in Substance Abuse prevention and treatment.
Contact: http://www.apa.org/mfp/

AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR MICROBIOLOGY
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Deadline: May 1
Undergraduate fellowships are offered to students conducting microbiology research. View website for
more details.
Contact:
  http://www.asm.org

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
INDUSTRY SCHOLARSHIP
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Deadline: January 31
Amount: $2,000-$2,500
Field of Study: Science, engineering encompassed by the technical activities of AIAA.
Requirements:
  1. Applicant must have completed at least one academic quarter or semester of full time college work
  2. Must have a college GPA of 3.3 on a 4.0 scale
  3. Must be enrolled in an accredited college or university
  4. Must become a member of AIAA before receiving a scholarship award
  5. Applicant’s scholarship plan shall be such as to provide entry into some field of science or
      engineering encompassed by the technical activities of AIAA.
  6. Must submit an essay on career goals
  7. Three typewritten letters of recommendation

Contact:
  AIAA Foundation Undergraduate Scholarship Program
  Director of Student Programs
  1801 Alexander Bell Drive, Suite 500
  (703) 264-7500
  (703) 264-7551 Fax
  www.aiaa.org

AMERICORPS
Deadline: Rolling
Amount: $4,725 towards education or repayment of loan for education
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
  1. After completion of Americorps service, members of National Service Trust are eligible for
       education award
  2. View website for more details
Contact:
  (800) 942-2677
  questions@americorps.org
  http://www.americorps.org

ANGELS CARE SCHOLARSHIP
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Deadline: April 5
Amount: $3,000 per year
Field of Study: All fields of study
Requirements:
    1. Arizona resident admitted to ASU during 2004-2005 academic year and is full time
    2. Be a minority student
    3. Minimum 3.5 GPA
    4. Has completed FAFSA and can show financial need
    5. Complete application
Contact:
   ASU Foundation
   Office of Scholarship Development & Administration
   PO Box 873208
   Tempe, Az 85287-3208
   (480) 965- 7621 Dee-Lively-Brown
   dee.lively@asu.edu

APS/ASU AND ASU WEST SCHOLARSHIP
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Deadline: March 15
Amount: 10 - $2,000 scholarships
 1. Seven scholarships to the general populations.
 2. Three scholarships to dependents of Pinnacle West employees Capital Corp. or one of its
      subsidiaries.
Contact:
   (480) 965-3355
   http://www.aps.com

APS/MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. SCHOLARSHIP
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Deadline: March 30
Amount: 10 - $2,000 scholarships
Requirements:
 1. Twenty-six $500 scholarships to students studying the fields of math, science, technology and
     finance.
 2. Must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.0, an Arizona resident, and attending an Arizona
     institution of higher learning.
 3. Awards based on financial need.
Contact:
   (480) 965-3355

ARIZONA STATE SAVINGS & CREDIT UNION SCHOLARSHIP
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Deadline: March 15
Amount: $3,000
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
    1. Must be a junior or senior
    2. Arizona State Savings & Credit Union members are given preference
   3. Must be an Arizona resident
Contact:
  ASU's Office of Financial Aid
  (480) 965-3355
  http://coe.asu.edu/oss/scholar/matrix.php

ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS
Contact: http://www.asu.edu/fa/scholarships/

ASSOCIATION ON AMERICAN INDIAN AFFAIRS, INC (AAIA)
There are seven different scholarships to choose from. See http://www.indian-affairs.org/ for more
information.

ADOLPH VAN PELT SPECIAL FUND FOR INDIAN SCHOLARSHIPS
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Deadline: June 20
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Amount: $500 1 year; $600 2 year; $700 3rd year, $800 4 year
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
  1. Complete application with the bottom portion filled out and signed by the Financial Aid Officer
  2. Applicant must be minimally ¼ degree Indian Blood from a federally recognized tribe.
  3. An essay (1-2 pages) describing educational goals
  4. Two letters of recommendations
  5. Most current financial aid award letter including tuition, books, etc.
  6. Most recent transcript (does not have to be official, student copy will suffice)
  7. Schedule of classes


DISPLACED HOMEMAKER SCHOLARSHIPS
For displaced homemakers, both men and women, who are unable to fulfill their educational goals.
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Deadline: September 10
Amount: Varies
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
  1. Complete application with the bottom portion filled out and signed by the Financial Aid Officer
  2. Applicant must be minimally ¼ degree Indian Blood from a federally recognized tribe.
  3. An essay (1-2 pages) describing educational goals
  4. Two letters of recommendations
  5. Most current financial aid award letter including tuition, books, etc.
  6. Most recent transcript (does not have to be official, student copy will suffice)
  7. Schedule of classes
Contact:
    Attn: Lisa Wyzlic, Scholarship Coordinator
    Association on American Indian Affairs
    966 Hungerford Dr. Suite 12-B
    Rockville, MD 20850
    (240) 314-7155
    (240) 314-7159 Fax
    http://www.indian-affairs.org

Emergency Aid And Health Professions Scholarships
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Deadline: June 1
Amount: Varies from $100 - $400 based on financial need
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
  1. Complete application with the bottom portion filled out and signed by the Financial Aid Officer
  2. Applicant must be minimally ¼ degree Indian Blood from a federally recognized tribe.
 3.   An essay (1-2 pages) describing educational goals
 4.   Two letters of recommendations
 5.   Most current financial aid award letter including tuition, books, etc.
 6.   Most recent transcript (does not have to be official, student copy will suffice)
 7.   Schedule of classes

NORMAN M. CROOKS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS
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Deadline: August 20
Amount: $1,000
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
  1. Complete application with the bottom portion filled out and signed by the Financial Aid Officer
  2. Applicant must be minimally ¼ degree Indian Blood from a federally recognized tribe.
  3. An essay (1-2 pages) describing educational goals
  4. Two letters of recommendations
  5. Most current financial aid award letter including tuition, books, etc.
  6. Most recent transcript (does not have to be official, student copy will suffice)
  7. Schedule of classes

Sequoyah Graduate Fellowships
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Deadline: July 20
Amount: $1,500
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
  1. Application
  2. Financial needs analysis
  3. Certificate of Indian blood
  4. Personal essay
  5. Letters of recommendation
  6. Schedule of classes

Contact:
  Attn: Lisa Wyzlic, Scholarship Coordinator
  Association on American Indian Affairs
  966 Hungerford Dr. Suite 12-B
  Rockville, MD 20850
  (240) 314-7155
  (240) 314-7159 Fax
  http://www.indian-affairs.org

ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN INDIAN PHYSICIANS (AAIP)
Deadline: Unknown
Amount: Unknown
Field of Study: Health related fields
Requirement:
    1. Awarded to Federally recognized tribal members
    2. Must fill out a general application to be eligible for any services.
Contact:
   Association of American Indian Physicians, Inc.
   1235 Sovereign Row, Suite C-7
   Oklahoma City, OK 74401
   (405) 946-7072
   agalindo@aaip.com
   http://www.aaip.com/

AT&T
Research Program for Women & Minorities Underrepresented in the Sciences
Fellowship opportunity for students with three years of schooling in engineering, science or math. View
website for more details.
Contact:
   http://www.research.att.com
   (908) 949-1377

AYN RAND ESSAY SCHOLARSHIPS
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Deadline: September 16
Amount: $50-$5,000
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
   1. Enter contest by completing essay on specified topic. Check website for details.
Contact:
   Atlas Shrugged Essay Contest, Dept. W
   The Ayn Rand Institute
   2121 Alton Parkway, Suite 250
   Irvine, CA 92606
   essay@aynrand.org
   http://www.aynrand.org/contests

BHP MINERALS
BHP Scholarship Program
BHP operates three surface coal mines in northwest New Mexico supplying fuel to local coal fired power
plants in San Juan County. BHP operates the Navajo, San Juan, and La Plata Mines which produce 12-
15 million tons of coal annually. The BHP/NMO scholarship is to prepare tribal members for increased
leadership participation in the mining industry by offering limited awards to highly motivated Navajo and
Ute Mountain Ute Tribal members.
Applicants are awared based upon availability of funds and submission of documents to the scholarship
committee for evaluation of selection. Applications will be accepted during the months of April –June of
each year.
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Deadline: June 30
Amount: Minimum awards of $500
Field of Study: Mining Engineering, Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering/ Science, Mechanical
Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and other engineering related to mining. Non engineering mining
related disciplines include: Accounting, Information Systems, Occupational Safety, Labor/Industrial
Relations and Human Resources
Requirments:
  1. Enrolled member of Navajo or Ute Mountain Indian. Certification of Tribal Membership is required
  2. High School Senior admitted to college
  3. Students currently attending or admitted to a four year college
  4. ACT score of 22 or better
  5. Must be registered as a full time student and show proof of full time student status prior to award
       payment with a minimum GPA of 3.0 on 4.0 scale
Contact:
    BHP Coal New Mexico Human Resources Department
    Attn: BHP Scholarship
    P.O. Box 155
    Fruitland, NM 87416
    (505) 598-4200 or 598-4423/4243
    (505) 598-4320 Fax
    bhpnmscholarship@bhpbilliton.com

BLACKFEET TRIBAL EDUCATION GRANT
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Deadline: March 1
Amount: $3,000 per year
Requirements: Member of the Blackfeet Tribe, need-based. Must complete FAFSA
Contact:
  Attn: Scholarship Office
  P.O. Box 850
  Browning, MT 59417
  (406) 388-7539
  http://www.blackfeetnation.com

BMW / SAE ENGINEERING SCHOLARSHIP
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Deadline: December 1
Amount: Four-year scholarship is $6,000 paid at the rate of $1,500 per year. One scholarship is awarded
annually.
Field of Study: Engineering
Requirements: This program is open to all high school seniors who are U.S. citizens and who plan to
obtain a degree in engineering. Applicants must have a 3.75 grade point average and rank in the 90th
percentile in both mathematics and verbal on the ACT or SAT scores.
Contact:
   BMW/SAE Engineering Scholarship
   Society of Automotive Engineers
   Attn: Engineering Scholarship Program
   400 Commonwealth Drive
   Warrendale, PA 15096-0001
   (412) 776-4841
   http://www.sae.org

BPW LOAN FUND FOR WOMEN IN ENGINEERING STUDIES
Type of Aid: Loan
Deadline: May 1st
Amount: Up to $5,000 per academic year
Requirements:
 1. Must be a US citizen.
 2. Must have written notice of acceptance for a course of study in engineering accredited by the
      Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology.
 3. Must have academic and/or work experience records showing career motivation and the technical
      ability to complete course of study.
 4. Must be in their final two years of program.
 5. Must demonstrate financial need.
Contact:
   BPW Foundation
   Attn: Scholarships
   2012 Massachusetts Ave., NW
   Washington, DC 20036
   (202) 293-1200 ext. 159
   www.bpwusa.org

BROADCAST EDUCATION ASSOCIATION
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Deadline: September 16
Amount: Varies by scholarships; $1,250-$5,000
Request for information/ applicants only between August 15 and December 16.
Field of Study: Radio, broadcasting, and television
Requirements:
  1. Completed application
  2. Form #2 complete
  3. Form #3 complete
  4. 3 Letter of references
  5. College transcript
Contact:
  Broadcast Education Association
  1771 N Street NW
  Washington, DC 20036-2891
  888-380-7222
  beainfo@beaweb.org
  http://www.beaweb.org

   Mail Application Materials to:
   Dr. Peter B. Orlik, Scholarships
   344 Moore Hall
   Central Michigan University
   Mt. Pleasant, MI 48859

BUNTING FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM
Fellowships at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study
Deadline: October 1st
Each year, the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study welcomes approximately sixty women and men
from around the world to pursue advanced work in a wide range of disciplines. Radcliff fellows, whose
appointments typically last one-year, are chosen during a rigorous selection process and are eligible for
competitive stipends.
Contact: http://www.radcliffe.edu/fellowships/

BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS
Click on Scholarship info for a list of scholarship search websites and general information on applying for
scholarships.
Contact: http://www.oiep.bia.edu

BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS (US DEPT OF INTERIOR
Higher Education Grant Program
The program provides supplemental grants to eligible Indian students seeking an undergraduate degree.
Deadline: Varies
Amount: Varies
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
  1. Be a member of a federally recognized Indian tribe.
  2. Must be accepted for enrollment in a nationally accredited institution of higher education, which
       provides a course of study conferring Bachelor and Associates degree.
  3. Have financial need as determined by the eligible institution’s financial aid office. The Bureau of
       Indian Affairs / Office of Indian Education Programs provides grants to undergraduate students.
       These grants can be administered directly by the agency/ areas OIEP or by tribe.
  4. BIA application
  5. Letter of college acceptance
  6. Certified college financial aid package
  7. Good college standing status as a full time student
Contact:
    Garry Martin
    Bureau of Indian Affairs
    Higher Education Grant Program
    Office of Indian Education Programs
    1849 C Street, NW MS 3530-MIB
    Washington, DC 20240
    (202) 208-3478 or 208-4871
    (202) 219-9583 Fax
    http://www.oiep.bia.edu
Special Higher Education Grant Program
The program provides funds to eligible Indian students to pursue a graduate degree.
Deadline: Varies
Amount: Varies
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
  1. Is an enrolled member of a federally recognized Indian/Alaska Native tribe in the United States
  2. Pursue an Masters or Doctorate program full time.
  3. Be enrolled in an accredited graduate school in the United States.
Contact:
    Norbert Hill
    AIGC Executive Director
    (505) 881-4584 or
    Garry Martin at OIEP
    (202) 208-3478
    garrymartin@bia.gov

BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN’S FOUNDATION
Created by members of Business and Professional Women/USA in1956, the BPW Foundation promotes
equity for working women nationwide through education, research, and training. The non-profit, non-
partisan public foundation is Headquartered in Washington, DC.
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Deadline: April 15
Amount: $500 to $1,000, $2,000 for D to cover tuition, fees and school related expenses such as
childcare and transportation.
Type of Aid: Scholarships
    BPW CAREER ADVANCEMENT SCHOLARSHIP
    Requirements: Must be a woman 25 years or older and must be studying Computer Science, Teacher
    Education, Paralegal Studies, Engineering, Science, or professional (JD, DDS, MD) degrees.
    AVON PRODUCTS FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP
    Requirements: Must be a woman 25 years or older and must be studying in a business related field
    such as management, business administration, marketing, sales, accounting, finance, and
    entrepreneurial education.
    NEW YORK LIFE FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM FOR WOMEN IN THE HEALTH
    PROFESSIONS
    Requirements: Must be a woman 25 years or older and must be studying in one of the healthcare
    fields at the undergraduate level.
    WYETH-AYERST SCHOLARSHIP FOR WOMEN IN GRADUATE MEDICAL AND HEALTH
    BUSINESS PROGRAMS
    Requirements: Must be a woman 25 years or older, must be studying in one of the following fields:
    biomedical engineering, biomedical research, medical technology, pharmaceutical marketing, public
    health and public health policy.

Requirements for A, B, C, D:
 1. Must be a US citizen.
 2. Must be graduating within 12 to 24 months from date of grant.
 3. Must be officially accepted into an accredited program or course of study at a US institution,
     including institutions in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.
 4. Must demonstrate critical need for financial assistance (annual gross income for family of four:
     approximately $25,000, $30,000 for D.)
 5. Must have definite plans to use the desired training to improve chances for advancement, to train
     for a new career field, or to enter or re-enter the job market.
 6. Scholarship courses do not cover correspondence courses or non-degree programs.
 7. Comments: Applications are available only from October 1st to April 1st. These scholarships are
     awarded for full-time or part-time programs of study and may cover academic, vocational, or para-
     professional courses. To receive additional information, the interested individual must submit a
     business size, self-addressed, double-stamped envelope to the above address.
Contact:
  BPW Foundation
  Attn: Scholarships
  2012 Massachusetts Ave., NW
  Washington, DC 20036
  (202) 293-1200, ext. 169
  http://www.bpwusa.org

CALGON TAKE ME AWAY TO COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP
Deadline: February 28th
Amount: $1,000-$7,000
Field of Study: All fields of study
Requirements: Must be a U.S. Resident attending a 2-4 year U.S. College. High school seniors may also
apply. GPA 3.0-4.0. You must follow link for official rules and requirements as well as to receive our fun
questionnaire
Contact:
   Calgon Scholarship c/o Maddenmedia
   2730 E. Broadway Blvd., Suite 250
   Tucson, AZ 85716
   (520) 322-0895
   www.takemeaway.com

CAROL SIMPSON SCHOLARSHIP
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Deadline: May 3
Amount: $1,000
Field of Study: Electronic Journalism
Requirements:
  1. Applicants must be a fully enrolled college sophomore, junior or senior whose career objective is
       electronic journalism.
  2. Applicants must have at least one full year of college remaining.
  3. To receive the full award, applicants must be officially enrolled in college and be in good standing.
  4. All scholarships are paid in semi-annual installments for one year of study.
  5. If you wish to apply for multiple scholarships, please include a complete application package for
       each scholarship to which you are applying.
Contact:
    Carol Simpson Scholarship
    Attn: Dani Browne
    1000 Connecticut Ave., NW, Suite 615
    Washington, DC 20036-5302
    (202) 467-5218
    http://www.rtnda.org

CATCHING THE DREAM
Catching the Dream’s objective is to recognize and reward outstanding student achievement. This
supplemental award is intended to help American Indian students of any age, from any US tribe, within
any State, striving to get an education. All awards are based on merit, academic achievement and
ambition.
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Deadline: Summer Session March 15 ; Fall Session April 15 ; Spring Session September 15
Amount: $500-$5,000
Requirement:
 1. Financial Needs Analsis
 2. Copy of IRS 1040 Federal Tax Return
 3. Certificate of Indian Blood
 4. Copies of applications and responses for all other sources of funding
 5. An essay explaining your goals in life, college, plans, career plans, BE THOROUGH
 6. Three letters of recommendations
 7. Official Transcripts
 8. Copy of Standardized Tests Scores
 9. DD214 for (For Military Personnel Only)
 10. Copy of letter of admission from accredited college/university and degree program
 11. Photograph (2”x3”) of good quality for use in CTD newsletters and/or publications
Contact:
   Lucille Kelley, Director of Recruitment
   8200 Mountain Road NE Ste 203
   Albuquerque, NM 87110
   (505) 262-2351
   (505) 262-0534 Fax
   nscholarsh@aol.com
   www.catchingthedream.org

CENTURY CABLE COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIP
Deadline: January 15th
Amount: $1,000
Field of Study: All fields of study
Requirements: Entering freshmen with minimum 3.0 high school GPA, minimum PSAT of 90, minimum
SAT of 900/ACT of 22. Performed at least 1 semester of community service.
Contact:
   Century Cable Communications Corporation
   50 Locust Avenue
   New Canaan, CT 06840
   (202) 972-2000

CENTURY CITY ALUMNAE
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Deadline: April 15
Amount: None specified
Field of Study: All fields of study
Requirements: A reputation as a person of good character, a commitment to serving others and/or the
community, have demonstrated outstanding potential for academic success in their field of study. 3.0
GPA, graduate study towards an advanced degree
Contact:
   Delta Sigma Theta Sorority
   Scholarship Chairperson
   P.O. Box 90956
   Los Angeles, CA 90009
   (213) 243-0594

CERTS SCHOLARSHIP
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Deadline: July 1
Amount: $1,000
Field of Study: Open
Requirements: Indian High School graduates who are preparing to enter college may enroll in the Tribal
Resource Institute in Business, Engineering, and Science (TRIBES) program, an intensive 7 week
summer college level math, science, and Indian studies program. TRIBES graduates are eligible to
receive these scholarships throughout their undergraduate and graduate education. Also, eligible are
participants in the Council of Energy Resource Tribes (TRIBES) Summer Internship Program.
Contact:
   Council of Energy Resource Tribes
   Student Services Coordinator
   1999 Broadway, Suite 2600
   Denver, CO 80202-5726
   (303) 297-7576
   (303) 296-7584 Fax
   http://www.certredearth.com

CHEROKEE NATION OF OKLAHOMA
Higher Education Grants Program
Deadline: June 17th
Amount: Up to $1,500
Field of Study: Open
Requirements: Must be member of Cherokee Nation, eligible for Pell grant and have a 2.0 minimum
grade point average. Awarded to undergraduate students.
Contact:
   Cherokee Nation Higher Education Grant
   PO BOX 948
   Tahlequah, OK 74465
   (918) 456-0671

CHEYENNE-ARAPAHO TRIBES OF OKLAHOMA
Adult Education
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Deadline: June 1 & November 1
Amount: $400
Requirements: Enrolled member of the Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribe

Higher Education Scholarship
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Deadline: June 1 & November 1
Amount: $1,000
Requirements: Enrolled member of the Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribe
Contact:
   Department of Education
   P.O. Box 38
   Concho, OK 73022
   (405) 262-0345

CHICKSAW NATION EDUCATION FOUNDATION
Fifteen scholarships are available based on many different areas of study. Deadlines, amount, and
requirements vary by scholarship.
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Deadline: May 31 -June 1
Amount: $200 - $1,500 per semester
Field of Study: Open
Requirements: Awarded to Chicksaw Tribal Members with CDIB. Available to undergraduate and
graduate students.
Contact:
    Chicksaw Nation Education Foundation
    P.O. Box 1726
    Ad, OK 74821
    (405) 421-9031
    http://www.chickasaw.net

CHIPPEWA TRIBE GRANT, MINNESOTA
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Deadline: June 1
Amount: Up to $3,000
Requirements: Member of the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe
Contact:
  Minnesota Chippewa Tribe Education Division
  P.O. Box 217
  Cass Lake, MN 56633
  (218) 335-8584
  http://www.mnchippewatribe.org/education.htm
CHOCTAW NATION OF OKLAHOMA HIGHER EDUCATION GRANT
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Deadline: Apply by January 1 - March 15 ; notified by September 1
Amount: $1,600 maximum for grant, $2,000 maximum for scholarship
Requirements:
 1. Enrolled member of the Choctaw Tribe
 2. Have Certificate documenting Indian Blood or tribal membership card
 3. Transcripts
 4. Financial eligibility
Contact:
   Higher Education Department
   Drawer 1210
   Durant, OK 74702-1210
   http://www.choctawnation.com

CHOCTAW TRIBE, MISSISSIPPI BAND
Deadline: Unknown
Amount: Unknown
Requirements: Write for more information.
Contact:
  Choctaw Tribal Office
  BIA Higher Education
  Route 7, Box 21
  Philadelphia, MS 39350
  http://www.choctaw.org

CHRISTOPHERS
Video Contest For College Students
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Deadline: June 11
Amount: $1,000-$3,000
Field of Study: Broadcasting, Journalism, Film, Media
Requirements:
   1. Must submit a VHS tape no longer than 5 minutes that will be entered in contest to win a cash
        prize
Contact:
   12 East 48th Street
   New York, NY 10017
   (212) 759-4050
   (212) 838-5073 fax
   youth@christophers.org
   http://www.christophers.org/vidcon2k.html

CLEAR CHANNEL OUTDOOR FISETA BOWL QUEEN & COURT SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY
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Deadline: August 18
Amount: tuition scholarship, wardrobe
Field of Study: All fields of study
Requirements:
    1. Full-time, undergraduate, female student between 19-23 years of age
    2. Not yet married or have any children
    3. Involved in community
    4. Complete application
Contact:
   Clear Channel Outdoor Fiesta Bowl Queen and Court
   120 South Ash Ave.
   Tempe, AZ 85281
   (480) 736-4180 fax
   http://www.tostitosfiestabowl.com/events/queen.html
   Application: http://www.asu.edu/fa/scholarships/pdf/2004_Fiesta_Bowl_Queen_Court.pdf

COCA COLA SCHOLARSHIPS
Coca-Cola Scholar Foundation
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Deadline: October 31
Amount: $4,000- $20,000
Field of Study: Open
Requirements: Awards based on merit. Leadership, community involvement, academic achievement and
extracurricular activities.

Four-Year Award For Seniors
Deadline: October 31st
Amount: Unknown
Field of Study: Open
Requirements: View website for details

Coca Cola Two-Year Scholarships
Deadline: May 31st
Amount:
Requirements:
   1. student must contact financial aid office to be nominated by the school
   2. must complete 100 hours of volunteer service
Contact:
  Coca-Cola Two-Year Colleges Scholarship Program
  P.O. Box 1615
  Atlanta, GA 30301-1615
  (800) 306-2653
  https://www.coca-colascholars.org/

COLLEGESTEPS
Deadline: Unknown
Amount: 250 x $1,000
Field of Study: All fields of study
Requirements: All college-bound high school seniors, regardless of gender, ethnicity, geographical
location, and academic interests, are eligible for the scholarships (freshmen through juniors can also sign
up to receive postcards and will be eligible for scholarships in their senior year). Follow the link for
complete rules and regulations, and to apply.
Other: Students' names are not sold to other entities, nor are participants required to have a previous
relationship with Wells Fargo. Winners will be selected in random drawings. A judge whose
determination is final will select winners.
Contact:
    Wells Fargo Education Financial Services
    1-800-658-3567 (6am - 10pm Central)
    http://www.wellsfargo.com

COLLEGIATE INVENTORS COMPETITION
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Deadline: June 1
Amount: $15,000-$50,000
Field of Study: Math, Science, Engineering, Technology
Requirements:
   1. Enrolled full time
   2. Must submit an invention to be eligible for the contest
Contact:
   The Collegiate Inventors Competition
   c/o The National Inventors Hall of Fame
   221 S. Broadway Street
   Akron, Ohio 44308-1505
   (330) 849-6887
   rdepuy@invent.org
   http://invent.org/collegiate

COLORADO RIVER INDIAN
Deadline: Unknown
Amount: Unknown
Requirements: Call ext. 271 or 272
Contact:
  Higher Education
  Rt. 1, Box 23-B
  Parker, AZ 95344
  (520) 669-9211

COMANCHE TRIBE OF OKLAHOMA
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Deadline: June 1 , November 1 , April 21 ,
Amount: Varies by scholarship
Requirements: Varies by scholarship. Contact for application materials.
Contact:
  Education Director, Education Division
  P.O. Box 908
  Lawton, OK 73502
  cneducation@tds.net
  (580) 492-3743
  (580) 492-4017

COMPUTER SCIENCE, ENGINEERING, AND MATHEMATICS SCHOLARSHIP (CSEMS)
The primary objective of the CSEMS Program is to provide educational opportunities in the form of
scholarships and activities to low income, academically talented students designed to promote full time
enrollment and degree achievement in higher education.
Deadline: Rolling
Amount: $1,250 per semester
Field of Study: Mathematics, Computer Science, Computer Technology, Engineering, or Engineering
Technology
Requirements:
   1. Membership in Math-Science Honor Program (MSHP) recommended
   2. CSEMS Program Application
   3. Typewritten statement describing your educational / career interests and goals.
   4. Address your future educational and / or career plans
   5. One letter of recommendation from a faculty member in your major
   6. Official ASU transcript
   7. US Citizen
   8. Full time enrollment
   9. Sophomore or junior standing
   10. Minimum 3.0 GPA or scholarship will be dropped
Contact:
   SUMS Institute
   CSEMS Program Office
   Box 871804
   Tempe, AZ 85287-1804
   (480) 965-1690
   www.summs.la.asu.edu

CORNELL UNIVERSITY/ ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY
Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Institute for Undergraduate (MTBI)
Deadline: March 1st
Major: Mathematics or Biology
Award: $3,000 stipend, room, board, airfare
Program: MTBI is a summer research program covering mathematical subjects, as well as, GRE
preparation. Locations change yearly. Summer 2004 will be in Los Alamos.
Requirements:
   1. At least a sophomore
   2. One year of calculus
   3. Minorities strongly recruited
Contact:
   MTBI
   Arizona State University
   Department of Mathematics & Statistics
   Box 871804
   Tempe, AZ 85287-1804
   mtbi@math.asu.edu.
   http://math.asu.edu/~mtbi/

CREEK NATION OF OKLAHOMA
Several scholarships are offered with varying deadline, scholarship amounts, and requirements. Check
website for specific details.
Deadline: June 1st
Amount: $1,000
Requirements: At least a 2.0 GPA
Contact:
  Education Director, Higher Education
  P.O. Box 580
  Okmulgee, OK 74447
  1-800-482-1979, ext. 7688 or
  (918) 756-8700
  cdavis@muscogeenation-nsn.gov
  http://www.muscogeenation-nsn.gov/highed.html

DALE E. FRIDELL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
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Deadline: October 15
Amount: Unknown
Requirements:
   1. Must not already be receiving a full tuition waiver
   2. Must complete online application
Contact:
  http://www.straightforwardmedia.com/scholarship_2004.html

DANIELS COLLEGE PREP SCHOLARSHIP
As part of the Daniels College Prep Program, students will learn about and apply for a variety of financial
aid and scholarship opportunities. Students who remain in good standing with the Program will also be
eligible to apply for financial assistance through the Daniels fund in the Spring semester of their senior
year.
Full scholarships to any four-year accredited college or university in the United States.
Renewable grants of $1,500 per year to help with tuition and other expenses at any two or four-year
institution in the US.
Contact:
    http://www.danielsfund.org

Colorado Office
   Carrie A. Besnette, Director
   55 Madison Street, Ste 255
   Denver, CO 80206
   (303) 393-7220
   Toll Free: 877-791-4726
   (303) 393-7339 Fax
   cbesnette@danielsfund.org or collegeprep@danielsfund.org

New Mexico Office
  Natalie Sanchez, Coordinator
  7850 Jefferson NE St 160
  Albuquerque, NM 87109
  (505) 821-2900
  (505) 822-1710 Fax
  nsanchez@danielsfund.org

Wyoming Office
  Michelle Sullivan, State Director
  Sheridan, WY
  Toll Free: 877-791-4726

DAVID L. BOREN STUDY ABROAD SCHOLARSHIPS
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Deadline: November 27
Amount: Up to $8,000 per semester
Field of study: business, economics, history, political science, public policy, international affairs, sciences
                 and engineering preferred
Requirements:
    1. freshman through graduate school
Contact:
   Office of National Scholarship Advisement
   Irish Hall A 222
   (480) 965-5894
   janet.burke@asu.edu
   www.iie.org/nsep -undergraduate
   www.aed.org/nsep -graduate

DAVID AND DOVETTA WILSON SCHOLARSHIP FUND
DDWSF awards nine scholarships to deserving high school seniors from across our nation. They are
selected without regard to race, creed or gender. Community service, academic excellence and financial
need are the requirements to apply for one of the nine scholarships.
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Deadline: March 31
Amount: $1,000 maximum
Requirements:
   1. High School Senior
   2. Active participant in community or religious activities
   3. Demonstrate financial need
   4. Copy of High School Transcript (through Junior Year)
   5. Three letters of recommendation with application
   6. Photo
   7. $20.00 Application Fee
Contact:
   The David and Dovetta Wilson Scholarship Fund
   115-67 237th Street
   Elmont, New York 11003-3926
   1-800-759-7512
   http://www.wilsonfund.org
DAVIS-PUTTER SCHOLARSHIP FUND
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Deadline: April 1
Amount: up to $6,000
Requirements:
   1.     Full-time undergraduate or graduate student
   2.     Involved in the Progressive movement. For example; works for movement for economic justice,
          struggle against racism, sexism or homophobia.
   3.     transcripts, a personal statement, two letters of recommendation, a photograph, and financial
          aid reports
Contact:
  Davis-Putter Scholarship Fund
  Post Office Box 7307
  New York, NY 10116-7307
  davisputter@hotmail.com

DISCOVER CARD
Tribute Award Scholarships
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Deadline: January 9
Amount: $2,500- $25,000
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
   1. High school juniors may apply
   2. GPA 2.75 or higher
   3. Must fill out application describing their past accomplishments and future goals
Contact:
   American Association of School Administrators
   801 N Quincy Street Suite 700
   Arlington, VA 22203-1730
   (703) 528-0700
   http://www.aasa.org/Discover.htm

EC HALLBECK MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
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Deadline: Received by March 15 prior to graduation and must be postmarked no later than March 1 .
Amount: $1,000 per year
Requirements:
 1. Must be a son or daughter of an active or deceased member of the American Postal Workers Union
 2. Must be a senior attending high school
 3. Must take the Sat or ACT no later than Dec or Jan
 4. Must plan to attend an accredited college
 5. Applications for a scholarship must be made on an official application form or a photocopy of the
      official application.
 6. All application and attachments must be submitted in one envelope.
Contact:
   Juliette Cobb
   Chairperson, Hallbeck Scholarship Committee
   1300 L Street NW
   Washington, DC 20005
   (202) 842-4268
   http://www.apwu.org

ED BRADLEY SCHOLARSHIP
Deadline: May
Amount: $1,000
Field of Study: Electronic Journalism
Requirements: Many different scholarships available. Applicants must be a fully enrolled college
sophomore, junior or senior whose career objective is electronic journalism. Applicants must have at least
one full year of college remaining. To receive the full award, applicants must be officially enrolled in
college and be in good standing. All scholarships are paid in semi-annual installments for one year of
study. If you wish to apply for multiple scholarships, please include a complete application package for
each scholarship to which you are applying.
Contact:
    Ed Bradley Scholarship
    Attn: Dani Browne
    1000 Connecticut Ave., NW, Suite 615
    Washington, DC 20036-5302
    (202) 467-5218
     karenb@rtndf.org
     http://www.rtndf.org/

EIGHT NORTHERN INDIAN PUEBLO COUNCIL, INC,
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Deadline: November 1 and March 1
Amount: Varies
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
  1. Enrolled member of Pueblos: Taos, Picuris, San Juan, Santa Clara, Pojoaque, Nambe, San
      Ildefonso, Tesuque
  2. Official transcript
  3. College admission
  4. Certificate of tribal verification
Contact:
    Eight Northern Indian Pueblo Council, Inc.
    Scholarship Office
    P.O. BOX 969
    San Juan Pueblo, NM 87566
    (505) 753-1808
    (505) 753-9168 Fax

EMERGING YOUNG ARTIST AWARD SCHOLARSHIP
*California Students Only
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Deadline: February 2
Amount: $5,000 per year for 4 years
Field of study: Seniors intending to pursue a career in the visual arts, dance, music or theater; enroll in
four-year college/university degree program in any of the noted areas:
Requirement: Demonstrate financial need.
Contact:
   California Alliance for Arts Education (CAAE)
   495 E. Colorado Blvd.
   Pasadena, CA 91101
   (626) 578-9315
   (626) 578-9894 Fax
   caae@artsed411.org
    http://www.artsed411.org

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
Culturally Diverse Academic Institutions Undergraduate Student Fellowships
Deadline: Varies
Amount: $5,000
Field of Study: Biological Science, Environmental Science, Computer Science, Physical Science,
Mathematics, and Engineering
Requirements: Award to provide financial assistance and summer internships to students in culturally
diverse 4-year college who are interested in majoring in fields related to the environment.
Contact:
   EPA
   Attn: National Center for Environmental Research
   401 M Street SW
   Washington, DC 20460
   http://www.epa.gov/ncer/rfa
   http://cfpub.epa.gov/ncer_list/elists/ = Website to sign up for a service that updates you on new
                                          scholarships

Greater Research Opportunities (GRO) [Formerly Minority Academic Institutions (MAI)] Undergraduate
Student Fellowships
Deadline: January 6th
Amount: The fellowship provides up to $17,000 per year of academic support and up to $7,500 of
internship support for a three-month summer period.
Field of Study: Biological Science, Environmental Science, Computer Science, Physical Science,
Mathematics, and Engineering
Requirements: Award to provide financial assistance and summer internships to students in culturally
diverse 4-year college who are interested in majoring in fields related to the environment.
Contact:
    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
    Peer Review Division (8703R)
    Ariel Rios Building
    1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
    Washington, D.C. 20460
    (202) 564-6926
    Georgette Boddie; boddie.georgette@epa.gov
    http://es.epa.gov/ncer/

ESA FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS
Many scholarships and endowments offered. See website for details.
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Deadline: Postmarked by September 1
Amount: $500-$1,000
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
  1. No more than 2 letters of recommendations
  2. Official Transcript
  3. Personal Essay, explaining why you are applying for a scholarship
Contact: www.esaintl.com/esaf.

ESPN SCHOLARSHIPS
Deadline: Open
Amount: 8 awards of $2,500
Field of Study: All fields of study
Requirements:
  1. Must be a graduating high school senior.
  2. The scholarship is based on academics and school/community service ONLY.
  3. Must be a US citizen or permanent resident.
  4. These are one-time grants.
  5. Employees and immediate family of employees of ESPN, Inc., Capital Cities/ABC, Inc., the Hearst
      Corporation or affiliates are not eligible.
Contact:
    ESPN Scholarships
    ESPN Plaza
    P.O. Box 986
    Bristol, CT 06011

E. BLOIS DU BLOIS SCHOLARSHIP
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Deadline: August 20
Amount: $1,000 per semester
Field of Study: All fields of study
Requirements:
    1. Completed application packet
    2. Unofficial transcript of grades
    3. Letter of recommendation
Contact:
   Pick up an application packet at;
   ASU Foundation
   Office of Scholarship Development
   PO Box 873208
   Tempe, Az 85287

FASTWEB
New Scholarships added each day.
Contact: http://www.fastweb.com

FEDMONEY
List of all U.S. Government programs benefiting students (grants, loans, scholarships, fellowships,
traineeships).
Contact: www.fedmoney.org

FINAID
List of free scholarship lotteries.
Contact: http://finaid.org/otheraid/lotteries.phtml

FLORIDA EMPLOYMENT & TRAINING PROGRAM
Deadline: Unknown
Amount: Tuition and other services are offered
Field of Study: Open
Requirements: Unemployed, underemployed, or economically disadvantaged Native Americans
Contact:
   Florida Governor’s Council on Indian Affairs
   PO BOX 10449
   Tallahassee, FL 32302-2449
   1-800-322-9186

FLUOR CORPORATION / FLUOR FOUNDATION
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Deadline: March 15
Amount: Varies
Field of Study: Chemical, Civil, Electrical, or Mechanical Engineering
Requirements: Scholarships are available for sophomore undergraduate students pursuing a degree in
one of the above fields. Full-time students only. Applicant must be selected by the dean of engineering at
your school for participation information.
Contact:
   Ms. Margarita Miranda
   Sr. Community Relations Coordinator
   Fluor Corporation
   One Fluor Daniel Drive - A2C
   Aliso Viejo, CA 92698
   http://www.fluor.com

FORD FOUNDATION
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Deadline: September 1
Amount: Varies up to $10,000
Field of Study: Business, Engineering, Accounting, Finance, Computer Information Systems, Marketing,
and Operation Management, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering.
Requirements:
  1. Enrolled as a full time student
  2. Must be Native American student
  3. Must have a 3.0 + cumulative GPA
  4. Must be a sophomore, junior, or senior
Contact:
    Native American Student Services
    (928) 523-8086
    http://collegefund.org/

FOUNDATION FOR THE FUTURE SCHOLARSHIP
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Deadline: February 27
Amount: $1,000
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
    1. Full time ASU student
    2. Minimum 3.0 GPA
    3. Leadership experience & commitment to ASU
Contact:
   ATTN: Katherine Fairbanks
   (480) 965-7311
   student.foundation@asu.edu
   http://www.asu.edu/studentprgms/orgs/student_foundation/scholarship.html


FRIENDS OF HUBBELL TRADING POST NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE
The scholarship is $650 each will be awarded to Navajo students in honor of the weavers Mary Lee
Begay, Evelyn Curley, and Helen Kirk
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Deadline: April 1
Amount: $650
Field of Study: Art, Marketing, Business, Education or related areas.
Requirements:
  1. Attend a two or four year college in the Four Corners Area
  2. Enrolled member of the Navajo or Hopi Nation
  3. Must have a 3.0 GPA
  4. Must indicate that they are a resident of the Navajo reservation
  5. A letter of application that includes the following
  6. Explains your degree program
  7. Your career plans and weather you can return to the Navajo reservation
  8. How your education goals relate to item #6
  9. A copy of your census card or proof of tribal enrollment
  10. Your school address and your home address, plus a contact phone number
  11. Certification of enrollment from your institution that indicates your status at the end of the semester,
       and your current GPA, including an estimate of current GPA
Contact:
    Friends of HTPNHS (Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site, Inc.)
    P.O. Box 1380
    Ganado, AZ 86505
    928-755-3475
    Nancy_Stone@nps.gov
    http://www.friendsofhubbell.org/

GATES MILLENNIUM SCHOLARS
Deadline: February 1st
Amount: Varies
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
Full time undergraduate student
1. Must be a Native American Indian, Asian American, African American, Latino / Hispanic American
2. Must be US citizen
3. 3.0 GPA
4. Admitted into an accredited college or university
5. Must be Pell Grant eligible
6. Must demonstrate leadership commitment through participation in community service or other
     activities that reflect leadership abilities.
Contact:
   More information about this scholarship, visit the website:
   Gates Millennium Scholars (central office)
   P.O. Box 10500
   Fairfax, VA 22031
   1-800-944-9627
   www.gmsp.org

American Indian Graduate Center Scholars
  Kathleen Cronemeyer Dragoo, GMS Program Coordinator
  4520 Montgomery Blvd NE Suite 1B
  Albuquerque, NM 87109
  (505) 884-7007
  (505) 884-8683 Fax
  www.aigc.com

GENERAL JOHN A. WICKHAM SCHOLARSHIPS AFCEA EDUCATION FOUNDATION
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Deadline: May 5
Amount: $2,000
Field of Study: Electrical Engineering, Electronics, Mathematics, Physics, Photometrics, Communications
Engineering or Technology, Computer Science or Technology, or Information Management Systems.
Requirements: Scholarships available to U.S. citizens who have good moral character, demonstrate
academic excellence, have good leadership qualities, and demonstrate financial need. Include a SASE
when writing to the above address. Must be a sophomore or a junior.
Contact:
   General John A. Wickham Scholarships
   AFCEA Educational Foundation
   Administrator of Scholarships and Awards
   4400 Fair Lakes Court
   Fairfax, VA 22033-3899
   scholarship@afcea.org
   http://www.afcea.org/scholarships/default.asp

GEORGE BIRD GRINNELL AMERICAN INDIAN CHILDREN’S FUND
SCHUYLER M. MEYER JR. AWARDS
This Scholarship offers up to $1000 per school year to Native American Students enrolled in either
undergraduate or graduate programs in any field. Consideration is also given to students enrolled in a two
year college leading to an academic degree. Students in all fields of study are eligible to apply. Recent
high school graduates, adults who are returning to school and single parents are all welcom to apply.
The scholarship is renewable.
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Deadline: June 1
Amount: Up to $1,000 per year
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
 1.   Enrolled in either undergraduate or graduate programs in any field
 2.   Consideration is also given to students enrolled in a two year college leading to a academic degree
 3.   Students in all fields of study are eligible to apply.
 4.   Show documents with certified degree of Indian Blood
 5.   Be enrolled in a college or university
 6.   Be able to demonstrate commitment to serving community or tribal nations
 7.   Document their financial needs
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 8.   Applications are available after Jan 1

AL QOYAWAYMA AWARDS
The Al Qoyawayma Award offers a $1000 scholarship award to Native American undergraduate or
graduate student majoring in science or engineering and who has also demonstrated an outstanding
interest and skill in any one of the arts. Recent high school graduates, adults who are returning to school
and single parents are all welcome to apply.
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Deadline: June 1
Amount: Up to $1,000 per year
Field of Study: Science and Engineering
Requirements:
  1. Enrolled in either undergraduate or graduate programs in sciences or engineering
  2. Consideration is also given to students enrolled in a two year college leading to a academic degree
  3. Show documents with certified degree of Indian Blood
  4. Be enrolled in a college or university
  5. Be able to demonstrate commitment to serving community or tribal nations
  6. Document their financial needs
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  7. Applications are available after Jan 1
Contact:
    Paula Mintzie, President
    11602 Montageue Court
    Potamac, Maryland 20854
    (301) 424-2440
    (301) 424-8281 Fax

GET OUT OF DEBT SCHOLARSHIP
Deadline: Rolling deadline
Amount: $500
Requirements: Fill out application online
Contact:
  http://www.debtworking.com/debt-apply.html

GILA RIVER INDIAN COMMUNITY
Deadline: Unknown
Amount: Varies, can include living expenses
Requirements: Contact tribal office
Contact:
   Division of Student Services/Scholarships
   P.O. Box 97
   Sacaton, AZ 85247
   1-800-448-6918

GOLDWATER SCHOALRSHIPS
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Deadline: November 15
Amount: $7,500 per year for two years maximum
Field of Study: Math, science, engineering
Requirements:
    1. Undergraduate student with at least two years remaining
    2. Minimum 3.5 GPA
   3. Undergraduate research encouraged
   4. Plans to attend graduate school
Contact:
  Office of National Scholarship Advisement
  Irish Hall A 222
  (480) 965-5894
  janet.burke@asu.edu
  www.act.org/goldwater

GOVERNMENT FINANCE OFFICERS ASSOCIATION
FRANK L. GREATHOUSE GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTING SCHOLARSHIP
Deadline: Check website
Amount: $3,500
Field of Study: Career in state and local government finance
Requirements:
  1. Full time student in the senior year of an undergraduate accounting program preparing for a career
      in state and local government finance
  2. US citizen
  3. Recommendation by your academic advisor
  4. Application form completed
  5. Statement of proposed career plan in state and local government finance
  6. Undergraduate official transcript
  7. Resume
  8. Academic Advisor’s recommendation
  9. Other letters of recommendations

GEORGE A. NIELSEN PUBLIC INVESTOR SCHOLARSHIP
Deadline: Check website
Amount: $5,000
Field of Study: Enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program in public administration, finance,
business administration or related field.
Requirements:
  1. Employed at least one year by a state, local government or other public entity
  2. Recommendation by your employer
  3. Citizen or permanent resident of the US or Canada
  4. Plans to pursue a career with a state, local government or other public entity.
  5. Past work experience
  6. Present plan of study as it relates to a career in the public sector
  7. Application form
  8. Statement describing your experience working for a state, local government or other public entity,
      your proposed plan of study and how it will help your career in the public sector
  9. Official transcript
  10. Resume

MINORITIES IN GOVERNMENT FINANCE SCHOLARSHIP
The GFOA's Minorities in Government Finance Scholarship of $5,000 is awarded to an upper-division
undergraduate or graduate student of public administration, (governmental) accounting, finance, political
science, economics, or business administration (with a specific focus on government or nonprofit
management). This GFOA scholarship is funded by Fidelity Investments Tax-Exempt Services Company.
The purpose of the Minorities in Government Finance Scholarship is to recognize outstanding
performance by minority students preparing for careers in state and local government finance.
Deadline: Check website
Amount: $5,000
Field of Study: Public administration, (governmental) accounting, finance, political science, economics or
business administration (with a specific focus on government or nonprofit management).
Requirements:
  1. Currently a full- or part-time upper-division undergraduate or graduate student.
  2. Also, Belongs to one of the following groups (as defined by the U.S. Census Bureau): Black,
       Indian, Eskimo or Aleut, Asian or Pacific Islander, Hispanic.
  3. Citizen or permanent resident of the United States or Canada.
  4. Recommendation by student's academic advisor, department chair (undergraduate students), or
       dean of the graduate program (graduate students).
Contact:
  Scholarship Committee
  Government Finance Officers Association
  180 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 800
  Chicago, IL 60601-7476
  (312/977-9700) ext. 240
  http://www.gfoa.org

HARRY S. TRUMAN SCHOLARSHIP
Deadline: Third Monday in November
Amount: $3,000 for senior year $27,000 for graduate study
Field of Study: Government, public service, education
Requirements:
    1. Full-time junior
    2. Minimum GPA of 3.5
    3. extensive records of community or public
Contact:
   Office of National Scholarship Advisement
   Irish Hall A 222
   (480) 965-5894
   janet.burke@asu.edu
   www.truman.gov

HELEN GOUGH SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION
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Deadline: June 1 & notified August 1
Amount: $100 - $500
Requirements: Proof of membership in Three Affiliated Tribes (Fort Berthold Reservation), 3
recommendations, proof of college acceptance
Contact:
   Nancy Wisness
   P.O. Box 503
   Waterford City, ND 58854

HEADLANDS INDIAN HEALTH CAREERS
The Headland Indian Health Careers Program is an eight week summer program (June 3-July 28, 2001 )
designed to increase the science and mathematics backgrounds and commication skills of American
Indian students interested in a health career and presently in their senior year of high school or freshman
year of college. It is an intensive and rigorous academic program. If the applicant is expecting an easy
summer they will be rudely disappointed. Participant will be expected to attend all classes and field trips,
keep up with rigorous schedule and large amounts of homework, and give a formal cultural presentation
and write a term paper on their tribe.
Deadline: March 15th
Amount: Participants receive all expenses paid room, board, and round trip airfare and $500 stipend. The
program will be held on the main campus of the University of Oklahoma in Norman.
Field of Study: Science and Mathematics
Requirements:
  1. Applicants should have at least two years of algebra and two science courses
  2. Maintain at least a 2.5 GPA (B- or C+) average in high school.
  3. A request form for Application materials can be made online to: Headlands@ouhsc.edu or by calling
      (405) 271-2250
Contact:
  Summer Academic Enrichment Program
  Headlands Program
  BSEB Room 200
  P.O. Box 26901
  Oklahoma City, OK 73190
  (405) 271-2250
  (405) 271-2480 Fax
  headlands@ouhsc.edu
  www.headlands.ouhsc.edu

HENRY J. KAISER FOUNDATION
In 2001, the Kaiser Media Fellowships Program will award up to fifteen mini-fellowships to print,
television, and radio journalists to research and report on a health policy, health financing, or public health
issue of their choice. The purpose is to encourage in-depth reporting on public health and health policy
issues, by providing journalists with travel and research support to complete a specific project for
publication or broadcast. Typically, grants are $5,000 each (up to $10,000 for broadcast projects).
Priority is given to projects otherwise unlikely to be undertaken or completed, focusing on issues that
have not been covered or are under-reported, and which have a high likelihood of being published/aired
and of reaching a mass audience.
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Deadline: March 1
Amount: Varies from $5000 up to $10,000
Field of Study: Print, Television, and Radio Journalists to research and report on a health policy, health
financing, or public health issue of their choice.
Contact: http://www.kff.org/docs/fellowships/mini.html

HERCULES MINORITY ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
Deadline: Open
Amount: $2,000 per year with summer internship each year
Field of Study: Engineering
Requirements:
  1. Must have completed one semester of university study before applying
  2. Applicants must apply with Hercules contact at their university (a participating school)
  3. Applicants must be personally interviewed by the company coordinator
  4. Have a 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale
  5. Information concerning contacts at the universities can be obtained by writing to Hercules
      Incorporated.
  6. Participating schools are related by Hercules Incorporated. The list of participating schools vary
      from year to year and students are selected from these schools only.
Contact:
    Claire LaMar Carey
    Hercules Incorporated
    Hercules Plaza
    1313 Market St
    Wilmington, DE 19894
    (302) 594-6030

HEWLETT PACKERT SCHOLARSHIP
Deadline:
Amount: $1200, HP Products, Internship exceeds $40,000
Field of Study: Science and Computers
Requirement: High school seniors or community college transfers are eligible and majoring in computer
science, computer engineering or electrical engineering. View website for details.
Contact: www.hp.com/go/hpscholars
HOME MISSION BOARD SCHOLARSHIP
Deadline: Unknown
Amount: Unknown
Requirements: Write for more information
Contact:
  Baptist General Convention of Texas
  333 North Washington
  Dallas, TX 75246-1798
  (214) 828-5100

HOPI TRIBE
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Deadline: August 31 , May 31 and January 30
Amount: Varies with program and financial need
Requirements: Several different programs offered
  1. Minimum GPA: 2.5
  2. financial needs analysis established
  3. complete application
  4. proof of tribal enrollment
Contact:
  Grants and Scholarship Programs
  P.O. Box 123
  Kykotsmovi, AZ 86039
  1-800-762-9630
  tlomakema@hopi.nsn.us
  http://www.hopi.nsn.us/


HORIZONS FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
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Deadline: Varies; November 1 for spring; July 1 for consideration for fall
Amount: Minimum $500
Field of Study: Engineering, Computer Science, Physics, Mathematics, Business, Law, International
Relations, Political Science, Operations Research, Economics
Requirements:
  1. The Horizons Foundation Scholarship Program is open to women pursuing a career in national
       security / national defense who are currently enrolled at an accredited university or college, either
       full time or part time.
  2. Both undergraduate and graduate students are eligible for this award.
  3. Undergraduates must have attained at least a junior level status (60 credit).
  4. You must demonstrate interest in pursuing a career related to national security, have financial need,
       a minimum 3.25 GPA and be US citizens.
Contact:
    Horizons, A Women in Defense Foundation
    National Defense Industrial Association
    2111 Wilson Blvd, Suite 400
    Arlington, VA 22201-3061
    http://wid.ndia.org/horizon/

INDIAN EDUCATION - COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
Deadline: Unknown
Amount: Unknown
Requirements: Write for more information
Contact:
   ATTN: Office of Indian Education Programs
   1849 C Street, NW MS3530-MIB
   Washington, DC 20240
   (202) 208-4871

INDIAN EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE GRANTS
Deadline: None
Amount: Unknown
Requirements: Write for more information
Contact:
   Division of Job Placement and Training
   1849 C Street, NW
   Washington, DC 20240
   (202) 208-3570

INDIAN FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM
Deadline: Unknown
Amount: Unknown
Requirements: Write for more information
Contact:
   Office of Indian Education
   400 Maryland Ave., SW Room 2177
   Washington, DC 20202
   (202) 401-1887

INDIAN HEALTH SERVICES SCHOLARSHIP (US DEPT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES)
Deadline: Please call area coordinator for application packet information and deadline dates
Amount: Same as above
Field of study: Same as above
HEALTH PROFESSIONS REQUIREMENTS:
  1. Be a high school graduate or equivalent
  2. Must be enrolled or accepted for enrollment in a full-time study program leading to a degree in a
       health related professions school within the US
HEALTH PROFESSIONS PREPARATORY REQUIREMENTS:
  1. Be an American Indian or Alaskan Native
  2. Be a high school graduate
  3. Have the capacity to complete a health professions course of study
  4. Be enrolled, or accepted for enrollment, in a compensatory / preprofessional general education
       course or curriculum
  5. Have a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 on a 4.0 or better as stated on submitted transcript
  6. Intend to serve Indian People upon completion of professional health care education as a health
       care provider in the discipline for which the student is taking preparatory courses.
HEALTH PROFESSIONS PRE-GRADUATE REQUIREMENTS:
  1. Be an American Indian or Alaska Native
  2. Be a high school graduate
  3. Have the capacity to complete a health profession’s course of study
  4. Be enrolled or accepted for enrollment in a baccalaureate degree program
  5. Have a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale
  6. Intend to serve Indian People upon completion of professional health care education as a health
       care provider in the discipline for which the student is taking preparatory courses.
Contact:
    Norman Cavanaugh, Phoenix Area Coordinator
    Two Renaissance Square
    40 N. Central Ave., Suite 510
    Phoenix, AZ 85004
    (602) 364-5257
    http://www.ihs.gov

INROADS NATIONAL COLLEGE COMPONENT APPLICATION
The mission of INROADS is to develop and place talented minority youth in business and industry and
prepare them for corporate and community leadership.
Deadline: Open
Amount: Varies
Field of Study: Business, engineering, technology, nursing, pharmaceutical, marketing or sales
Requirements:
   1. High school senior, freshman or sophomore
   2. Cumulative GPA of 2.8 or higher
   3. Complete application form
   4. Submit official transcript
Contact:
   INROADS/Arizona, Inc.
   3123 North Scottsdale Road, Suite 1
   Scottsdale, AZ 85251
   (480) 429-4760
   (800) 328-5778
   (480) 429-4811 Fax
   www.inroads.org

INTEL SCIENCE TALENT SEARCH
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Deadline: November 17
Amount: $5,000- $100,000
Field of Study: Sciences
Requirements:
    1. Senior in high school
    2. Have not competed in a previous science talent search
    3. Must submit entry that will be judged by the board
Contact:
   1719 N St., NW
    Washington, DC 20036
   (202) 785-2255
   http://www.sciserv.org/sts/

INTERNATIONAL ORDER OF THE KING'S DAUGHTERS AND SONS NORTH INDIAN
SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
Deadline: Unknown
Amount: Unknown
Requirements: Write for more information
Contact:
   Headquarters Office
   P.O. Box 1017
   Chautauqua, NY 14722
   (716) 357-4951
   http://www.iokds.org/

JACKIE ROBINSON FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP
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Deadline: April 1 (must retrieve materials before March 1 )
Amount: up to $6,000 per year
Field of Study: All fields of study
Requirements:
   1. Minority Students with limited financial resources
   2. High school seniors
   3. SAT 900 or above OR ACT 21 or above
Contact:
   Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship
   Emma W. Roberson, Manager
   3 West 35th St.
   New York, NY 10011-2204
   (212) 290-8600
   www.jackierobinson.org/

JAYCEE WAR MEMORIAL FUND SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
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Deadline: March 1
Amount: $1,000
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
  1. Students must be a citizen of the US
  2. Possess academic potential and leadership traits
  3. Show financial need
Contact:
    To receive an application, students must submit a self addressed business size stamped envelope
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    and a $5 application fee between July 1 and February 1 to:
    Check or Money Order made payable to JWMF.
    Jaycee War Memorial Fund
    War Memorial Fund Scholarship
    Department 94922
    Tulsa, OK 74114-1116
    (918) 584-2481
    Fax: (918) 584-4422
    http://www.usjaycees.org/main.htm

JOHN GYLES EDUCATION FUND
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Deadline: April 1 , June 1 , November 15
Amount: $3,000
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
   1. Maintain a minimum of a 2.7 GPA
   2. Enrolled full-time, displays financial need
   3. US or Canadian citizen
   4. Receive and complete application by requesting in writing.
Contact:
   The John Gyles Education Award
   Attention: The Secretary
   P.O. Box 4808, 712 Riverside Drive
   Fredericton, New Brunswick
   Canada E3B 5G4



JOHN MCLENDON MEMORIAL MINORITY POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS
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Deadline: January 16
Amount: 5 postgraduate scholarships at $10,000 each
Eligibility Requirements:
 1. Applicant must be a senior, full-time during the 2000-01 academic year, in the undergraduate
      program of study and have a desire to pursue a postgraduate degree in Athletics Administration
      within the next five years.
 2. Applicant must be one of the following: Black (persons having origins in any of the Black racial
      groups of Africa); Hispanic (persons of Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Central or South American,
      or other Spanish culture of origin, regardless of race); Asian or Pacific Islander (persons having
      origins in any of the original peoples of the Far East, Southeast Asia, the Indian subcontinent or the
      Pacific Islands); or American Indian or Alaskan Native (persons having origins in any of the original
     peoples of North American and who maintain cultural identification through tribal affiliation or
     community recognition).
 3. Applicant must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0.
 4. Applicant must have demonstrated leadership qualities on a university or community level.
 5. Applicant must have their Academic Advisor complete the John McLendon Memorial Minority
     Nomination Form, which is available at Life University in the Scholarship Office. The Athletic
     Director must also sign all nomination forms.
Contact:
   NACDA Foundation
   BOX 16428
   Cleveland, OH 44116
   (440) 892-4000
   (440) 892-4007 Fax
   www.nacda.com

JOSEPH LEVENDUSKY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
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Deadline: September 1
Amount: $7,000
Field of Study: Water technology
Requirements: A scholarship will be awarded to an outstanding student.
Contact:
   Joseph Levendusky Memorial Scholarship
   IWC at Engineer's Society of Western PA
   337 Fourth Avenue
   Pittsburgh, PA 15222
   http://www.eswp.com/water/student_scholarships.htm

KEN KASHIWAHARA SCHOLARSHIP
Deadline: May
Amount: $2,500
Field of Study: Electronic Journalism
Requirements: Applicants must be a fully enrolled college sophomore, junior or senior whose career
objective is electronic journalism. Applicants must have at least one full year of college remaining. To
receive the full award, applicants must be officially enrolled in college and be in good standing. All
scholarships are paid in semi-annual installments for one year of study. If you wish to apply for multiple
scholarships, please include a complete application package for each scholarship to which you are
applying.
Contact:
   Ken Kashiwahara Scholarship
   Attn: Dani Browne
   1000 Connecticut Ave., NW
   Washington, DC 20036-5302
   (202) 467-5218
   danib@rtndf.org
    www.rtnda.org

KNIGHT-RIDDER SCHOLARSHIP FOR NATIVE AMERICAN JOURNALISTS
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Deadline: May 15
Amount: $1,000-$3,000
Field of Study: Newspaper journalism
Requirements: Native American students interested in pursuing a newspaper journalism career.
Recipient must work as a paid intern during the summer at a Knight-Ridder Newspaper, and is eligible to
apply for other Knight-Ridder Scholarships.
Contact:
   Native American Journalists Association.
   555 N. Dakota Street
   Vermillion, SD 57069
   (605) 677-5282
   www.naja.com

LEN ALLEN AWARD FOR RADIO NEWS MANAGEMENT
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Deadline: May 3
Amount: $1,000
Field of Study: Radio News Management
Requirements: Applicants must be a fully enrolled college sophomore, junior or senior whose career
objective is radio news management. Applicants must have at least one full year of college remaining. To
receive the full award, applicants must be officially enrolled in college and be in good standing. All
scholarships are paid in semi-annual installments for one year of study. If you wish to apply for multiple
scholarships, please include a complete application package for each scholarship to which you are
applying.
Contact:
   1000 Connecticut Ave., NW, Suite 615
   Washington, DC 20036-5302
   (202) 467-5218
   danib@rtndf.org

MAE LASLEY / OSAGE SCHOLARSHIP FUND
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Deadline: June 30
Amount: $250-$1,000
Field of Study: Open
Requirements: Awarded to Osage Indian at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Contact:
   Mae Lasley/Osage Scholarship Fund
   P.O. BOX 2009
   Tulsa, OK 74101
   (918) 587-3115

MAKE IT SO FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION
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Deadline: March 29
Amount: $1,000
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
    1. Native American student who has successfully completed at least
         one year at a university but who had education interrupted and has returned to school.
    2. Personal statement
    3. Transcripts
    4. Demonstrate financial need
Contact:
   ASU Foundation
   Office of Scholarship Development & Administration
   PO Box 873208
   Tempe, Az 85287-3208
   (480) 965- 7621 Dee-Lively-Brown
   dee.lively@asu.edu

MARINE CORPS SCHOLARSHIP
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Deadline: April 1
Amount: unknown
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
    1. child or grandchild of Marine
    2. admitted to an accredited university
   3. financial need
   4. check website for more details
Contact:
  http://www.marine-scholars.org

MARION GIORGI ”HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS” AWARD
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Deadline: October 11
Amount: travel scholarship
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
    1. Full-time, undergraduate student
    2. Minimum 3.2 GPA
    3. Be regularly employed through the year
    4. Demonstrate financial need
Contact:
   ASU Foundation
   Office of Scholarship Development & Administration
   PO Box 873208
   Tempe, Az 85287-3208
   (480) 965- 7621 Dee-Lively-Brown
   dee.lively@asu.edu

MEDICAL LIBRARY ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP
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Deadline: December 1
Amount: $5,000
Eligibility: Minority Scholarship
Applicants must be members of a minority group and be entering an ALA accredited graduate library
school or have at least one half of his/her academic requirements to complete during the first year
following the granting of the scholarship.
Contact:
    Medical Library Association
    919 N. Michigan Avenue, Suite 3208
    Chicago, IL 60611
    (312) 266-2456
    http://www.mlanet.org/awards/grants/

MENOMINEE INDIAN TRIBE OF WISCONSIN
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Deadline: March 19
Amount: $1,000 per year
Requirements: Enrolled or eligible Menominee, high school seniors, freshmen and sophomores
Contact:
  Menominee Adult Vocational Training Scholarship
  P.O. Box 910
  Keshena, WI 54135
  www.menominee.nsn.us

MESCALERO APACHE TRIBE
Deadline: Unknown
Amount: Unknown
Requirements: Write for more information
Contact:
  Education Director, Education Department
  Box 176
  Mescalero, NM 88340

MICKEY LELAND ENERGY FELLOWSHIP
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Deadline: January 31
Amount:

MICROSOFT COLLEGE JOBS AND SCHOLARSHIPS
Contact: http://www.microsoft.com/college/

MIGZI COMMUNICATIONS
Deadline: Unknown
Amount: $100
Field of Study: Media Communications
Requirement: Awarded to Freshman American Indians.
Contact:
   Migzi Communications
   3123 East Lake St., Suite 200
   Minneapolis, MN 55406
   (612) 296-6458

MISS INDIAN USA SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
Deadline: None
Amount: Unknown
Requirements: Write for more information
Contact:
  6051 Arlington Boulevard
  Falls Church, VA 22044
  (703) 273-7500

MOAPA RIVER PAIUTE TRIBE HIGHER EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP
Deadline: Unknown
Amount: Unknown
Requirements: Write for more information
Contact:
  Chairman
  Moapa Band of Paiutes
  Moapa, NV 89025

MONSTER SCHOLARSHIP FOR HEALTH & LIFE SCIENCES
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Deadline: March 19
Amount: $2,500
Field of Study: Biomedical sciences or Health profession
Requirements:
    1. Enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program
    2. Majoring in biomedical sciences or health profession
    3. Must have a monster.com account
    4. Write an essay 250-500 words
Contact:
   http://scholars.monster.com/scholarship_hl.asp

MORRIS K. UDALL FOUNDATION
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Deadline: February 15
Amount: Varies, maximum $5,000
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
  1. Be a matriculated sophomore or junior pursuing a degree at an accredited institution of higher
      education at the time of nomination
  2. Have a college grade point average of at least a “B”
  3. Be a US citizen
Contact:
  Christopher Helms, Director
  110 South Church Avenue, Suite 3350
  Tucson, AZ 85701
  (520) 670-5529
  (520) 670-5530 Fax
  www.udall.gov

NAACP
SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM - NAACP NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS
AGNES JONES JACKSON SCHOLARSHIP
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Deadline: July 10
Amount: $1,500 for undergraduates, $2,500 for graduates
Requirements:
 1. Must be a US citizen.
 2. Must have been a current regular member of NAACP for at least 1 year or be a fully paid life
     member.
 3. Must not have reached the age of 25 by the April 30th deadline.
 4. Must be a full-time student enrolled at an accredited US college.
 5. Undergraduate students must possess a GPA of at least 2.5, graduate students must possess a
     GPA of at least 3.0 or B average.
 6. No Xerox copies of applications will be accepted.

NAACP WILLEMS SCHOLARSHIP
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Deadline: July 10
Amount: $2,000 - Undergraduates: $3,000 - Graduates
Requirements:
 1. See 1,2 in part A.
 2. Must have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 or B average. The scholarship is
     renewable if the required GPA is maintained.
 3. Major in Engineering, Chemistry, Physics, Computer and Mathematical Sciences.

SUTTON EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP
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Deadline: July 10
Amount: $1,000-Undergraduates: $2,000-Graduates
Requirements:
 1. Major in Education.
 2. Must have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or a C+ average. Graduate students must have a cumulative
     GPA of at least 3.0 or B average.
 3. Must be a member of the NAACP and must be full-time students.

ROY WILKINS SCHOLARSHIP
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Deadline: July 10
Amount: $1,000
Requirements:
 1. Must be a US citizen.
 2. Must be an entering Freshman.
 3. Must be a member of NAACP
 4. GPA: 2.5 or C+ average

Contact:
  NAACP Special Contribution Fund
  Attn: Department of Financial Aid
  4805 Mount Hope Drive
  Baltimore, MD 21215-3297
  (410) 358-8900 Education Division
   www.naacp.org

NAMEPA NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND
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Deadline: March 30
Amount: $1,000
Field of Study: Engineering
Requirements:
  1. Awards minorities who are incoming freshmen and undergraduate transfer students who are
      majoring in engineering,
  2. Freshmen must have a minimum GPA of 2.0
  3. ACT score of 25 or SAT of 1000
  4. Transfer students must have a minimum GPA of 3.0
Contact:
    Scholarship Chair
    1133 W Morse Blvd #201
    Winter Park, FL 32789
    (407) 607-
    www.namepa.org

NATIONAL ACADEMY FOR NUCLEAR TRAINING SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
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Deadline: January 25
Amount: $2,500
Field of Study: Nuclear engineering, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical
engineering, power generation health physics
Requirements:
  1. US citizen
  2. Enrolled full time student
  3. Free of post college obligations (e.g. ROTC or NUPOC) or active military service
  4. Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0
  5. At least one but no more than three academic years of study remaining to graduation
  6. Preference will be given to those students demonstrating preparation for careers in the US nuclear
      power industry
  7. Completed application
  8. Student essay
  9. Two independent references
  10. Transcripts
  11. Endorsement and eligibility form
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Contact: Schools mail applications by February 1
    National Academy for Nuclear Training
    Scholarship Review Committee
    PO BOX 6302
    Princeton, NJ 08541-6302

For more information, contact:
   National Academy for Nuclear Training Scholarship Program
   700 Galleria Parkway SE, Suite 100
   Atlanta, GA 30339-5957
   800-828-5489
   nanteap@inpo.org
   www.nei.org

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF PLUMBING, HEATING, COOLING, CONTRACTORS SCHOLARSHIP
PROGRAM
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Deadline: May 1
Amount: $3,000
Field of Study: Engineering, Business Administration
Requirement: High School and incoming freshmen enrolled in BA programs to study business
administration, engineering or construction
Contact:
  National Association of Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, Contractors
  NAPHCC Scholarship Program
  P.O. BOX 6808
  Falls Church, VA 22046
  (800) 533-7694
  (703) 237-7442 fax
  naphcc@naphcc.org
  www.phccweb.org

NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP
Deadline: Write for application in mid-November
Amount: $1,000
Requirements: Academic achievement, extracurricular activities, ACT/SAT, high school transcript, 500-
word essay. Good for any DeVry curriculum (not an athletic scholarship)
Contact:
   645 Fifth Avenue, 15th Floor
   New York, NY 10022

NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR MINORITIES IN ENGINEERING (NACME)
Incentive Grant Program
Deadline: April 30th
Amount: $2,500 per semester
Requirements:
   1. Must be an undergraduate at ASU; either a new freshman, or new transfer student
   2. Must be in the Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering; majoring in Bioengineering, Chemical,
        Materials, Civil, Computer Science, Computer Systems, Electrical, Industrial, Mechanical or
        Aerospace Engineering.
   3. High School minimum GPA of 3.0
   4. 2 Letters of recommendation
Contact:
    Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering/SAS
    Box 7006, ASU
    Tempe, AZ 85287-7006
    (480) 965-1750 dial 9
    http://www.nacme.org/

NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH
Undergraduate Scholarship Program
The NIH Undergraduate Scholarship Program is offering competitive scholarships to students from
disadvantaged backgrounds who are committed to careers in biomedical research. The program is
primarily designed to provide an incentive for exceptional scholars to pursue biomedical research careers
at NIH.
Deadline: February 28th
Amount: Varies
Field of Study: Biomedical research
Requirements: See website
Contact:
   An online application and information on scholarship requirements, awards, service obligations, and
   the evaluation process are available at http://ugsp.info.nih.gov/

NATIONAL SOCIETY DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
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Deadline: Fall July 1 /Spring November 1
Duration: One time award
Amount: $500
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
  1. Must show financial need
  2. Must be a Native American Undergraduate Student
  3. Must provide proof of Indian descent
  4. Application must be sent with letter giving family history, financial status and aims
  5. Official transcript
  6. Three letters of recommendations
  7. 2.75 grade point average
  8. Please send a self-addressed stamped envelope when requesting an application
Contact:
    Office of the Committees
    American Indian Scholarship
    1776 D Street NW
    Washington, DC 20006-5392
    http://fortsullivan.org/scholarships.htm

NATIONAL SOCIETY OF ACCOUNTANTS SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION
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Deadline: March 10
Amount: $1,000 each
Field of Study: Accounting students entering in their third or fourth year of studies
Requirements:
  1. Complete and submit a current application
  2. Submit an appraisal form completed by an instructor at your current school
  3. Submit an official transcript
  4. Applicants must have a “B” or better overall GPA
  5. Applicants must be US or Canadian Citizens attending a US accredited school
Contact:
    Susan E. Noell
    NSA Scholarship Foundation
    1010 North Fairfax Street
    Alexandria, VA 22314-1574
    (800) 966-6679, ext. 1312
    snoell@nsacct.org
    http://www.nsacct.org/

NATIONAL SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES OF AMERICA
Contact:
  INDIAN NURSE SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS
  National Society of the Colonial Dames of America
  Attn: National Patriotic Service Committee
  C/O Mrs. Leslie N. Boney, Jr.
  2305 Gillette Drive
  Wilmington, NC 20202-6335
  (910) 763-6013
  info@nscda.org
  http://www.nscda.org/members/pa.htm

NATIVE AMERICAN EDUCATION GRANTS
Deadline: June 1st
Amount: $1,500
Requirements:
   1. preference given to members of the Presbyterian Church
   2. be high school graduates or GED recipients
   3. be U.S. citizens or permanent residents of the United States
   4. demonstrate financial need
   5. Preference will be given to students who have completed at least one semester of work at an
      accredited institution of higher education.
   6. Proof of tribal membership
Contact:
  Frances Cook
  100 Witherspoon St
  Louisville, KY 40202-1396
  (888) 728-7228 x5776
  fcook@ctr.pcusa.org
  http://www.pcusa.org

NATIVE AMERICAN LEADERSHIP IN EDUCATION (NALE)
Deadline: Varies by semester
Amount: Varies
Field of Study: Applied Human Sciences, Business, Liberal Arts
Requirements:
   1. Must be at least ¼ degree Indian blood
   2. Must be at least a freshman
   3. Working in schools as paraprofessionals. The program provides financial assistance to help earn
        teaching credentials, counselor certification; or administrative credentials.
Contact:
   8200 Mountain Rd., N.E., Suite 203
   Albuquerque, NM 87110
   (505) 262-2351
   nscholarsh@aol.com

NATIVE AMERICAN SCHOLARSHIP FUND
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Deadline: February 15 , September 15
Amount: Varies
Field of Study: Open but math, science, engineering, business, computers and education preferred
Requirements:
   1. Member of a nationally recognized tribe
   2. Application includes personal essay, letters of recommendation, and $10 processing fee
Contact:
   8200 Mountain Road, NE
   Suite 203
   Albuquerque, NM 87110

NAVAJO NATION CHAPTER SCHOLARSHIP
Deadline: Set by each Chapter
Amount: Varies from Chapter to Chapter
Field of Study: Open to all fields
Requirements (general):
  1. Chapter Scholarship Application
  2. Copy of your Driver License
  3. Copy of Social Security Card
  4. Copy of Official Transcript
  5. Enrollment Verification and/or Letter of Admission
  6. Class Schedule
  7. Copy of voter registration receipt
  8. Certificate of Indian Blood
  9. Chapter Resolution-attached after the chapter meetings initial vote
 10. One page letter of interest explaining your goals, career interests, and why you need financial
       assistance.
Contact:
  Please contact your affiliated Chapter for an application packet along with voter’s registration form to
  fill out.
  http://www.navajo.org/ to find your chapter

NAVAJO NATION COLLEGE OF BUSINESS INVESTMENT SCHOLARSHIP
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Deadline: 2 week of July, 5pm
Amount: Varies
Field of Study: Finance or Accounting
Requirements:
  1. Enrolled member of the Navajo Nation
  2. College admitted junior, senior or graduate level of study
  3. Maintain a “B” average or better
Contact:
    Application forms and eligibility requirements are located at the Division of Finance, Office of the
    Controller
    Administrative Building # 1
    Navajo Nation Division of Finance
    P.O. BOX 3150
    Window Rock, AZ 86515
    Attn: Dawn Sells
    (520) 871-6023
    (520) 871-6026 Fax

NAVAJO NATION SCHOLARSHIP
ONNSFA SCHOLARSHIP
CHIEF MANUELITO
Deadlines:
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  1. Application by May 1 each academic year, October 1 for Winter/Spring semester, and April 1 for
       summer term
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  2. Submit official Certificate of Indian Blood by May 1 for the academic year, October 1 for
       Winter/Spring
  3. Submit Letter of Admission/Enrollment Verification from college or university by June 25 each
       academic year, November 25 for Winter/Spring, and April 25 for Summer
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  4. Completed Financial Need Analysis are due June 25 of each academic year, Nov 25 for
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       Winter/Spring, and by April 25 for Summer and submit all financial aid forms (CSS, ACT, PELL) as
       required by the institution.
Amount: Varies, need-based, up to $5,000 for regular awards and up to $7,000 for Chief Manuelito
Field of Study: Open to all fields
Requirements:
  1. Full time undergraduate student with 12 semester hours
  2. GPA of 2.0 or higher, except college freshman taking remedial courses.
  3. Eight Week Summer-9 credit hours with 2.0 GPA
  4. Five Week Summer- 6 credit hours with 2.0 GPA
  5. Full time undergraduate chief Manuelito scholarship with 12 semesters hours
  6. GPA of 3.0 or higher
  7. Eight Week Summer-9 credit hours with 3.0 GPA
  8. Five Week Summer- 6 credit hours with 3.0 GPA
Contact:
    Office of Navajo Nation Scholarship & Financial Assistance
    Attn: Kay Nave-Mark
    P.O. Box 1870
    Window Rock, AZ 86515
    800-243-2956
   (928) 871-6561 Fax
   http://www.onnsfa.org/

DR. ANNIE D. WAUNEKA SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION
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Deadline: Spring-January 1 , Fall-August 1
Amount: $1,000 maximum
Requirements: Scholarships of $1,000 are awarded to Navajo students who are ineligible for Navajo tribal
funding. Applicants must be undergraduates with a GPA or better; preference is given to applicants near
graduation.
Contact:
   Navajo Education and Scholarship Foundation
   PO Box 2360
   Window Rock, AZ 86515
   (928) 871-3385
   (520) 871-3386

NAVY-MARINE CORPS RELIEF SOCIETY
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Deadline: June 30
Amount: Varies
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
  1. Limited to children and widows of deceased crewmembers of the USS STARK who perished as a
      result of the Persian Gulf missile attack on 17 May 1987.
  2. Full time undergraduate student
  3. Minimum GPA of 2.0
Contact:
    USS STARK Memorial Scholarship Fund
    Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society
    Education Division
    801 N. Randolph Street, Suite 1228
    Arlington, VA 22203-1978
    (703) 696-4960
    www.nmcrs.org

NEW YORK LIFE FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS FOR WOMEN IN HEALTH PROFESSIONS
Deadline: Varies
Amount: $500 - $1,000
Field of Study: Nursing, Health and Medical Sciences, Dental/Health Services, Therapy/Rehabilitation
Requirements:
  1. Award for women in the last two years of undergraduate study for a health care career
  2. Must be at least 25 and graduate within two years
  3. Must have at least a 2.5 GPA
Contact:
    Irma Bank, Educational Women’s Foundation
    Business and Professional Women’s Foundation
    2012 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
    Washington, DC 20036

NLC SCHOLARSHIP
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Deadline: May 3
Amount: Varies $1,000
Field of Study: All fields of study
Requirements: Each summer, the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP)
sponsors eight National Leadership Camps (NLC) for middle and high school students. The NASSP
foundation, TREE will award 16 scholarships to schools for deserving students to participate in the 1999
NLC. Scholarships will cover the cost of registration and travel.
Contact:
  NLC Scholarship
  Sharon Nicolaisen
  NASSP-TREE foundation
  1904 Association Drive
  Reston, VA 20191
  (703) 860-0200

NON COMMISSIONED OFFICERS ASSOCIATION
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Deadline: March 31
Amount: $900-$1,000
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
  1. Children and spouses of members of the Non Commissioned Officers Association under age 25
  2. Full time undergraduate students
  3. Maintain a “B” average
  4. Complete application
  5. Copy of high school diploma
  6. Official transcripts from all college attended
  7. Brief biological background
  8. Letter of intent describing degree course of study; Plans for completion of a degree program;
      Closing paragraph on “What a College Degree Means to Me.”
Contact:
    NCOA Scholarship Fund
    Non Commissioned Officers Association
    Scholarship Fund
    P.O. BOX 33610
    San Antonio, TX 78265
    (210) 653-6161
    www.ncoausa.org

NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM OF THE INTERNATIONAL ORDER OF THE
KING’S DAUGHTERS AND SONS
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Deadline: April 15
Amount: $500, need-based
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
  1. Must be a Native American undergraduate student
  2. Must apply in writing and include a self addressed stamped envelope
Contact:
    Director, North American Indian Department
    P. O. Box 1040
    Chautauqua, NY 14722-1040
    http://www.iokds.org

NSF INCENTIVE FOR EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIP PRIZES
Deadline: Unknown
Amount: Unknown
Requirements: Write for more information
Contact:
  P.O. Box 3010
  Oak Ridge, TN 37831
  (615) 483-3344

NSPE SCHOLARSHIPS
Deadline: Varies by scholarship
Amount: Varies by scholarship
Field of Study: Engineering
Requirements: Write for more information
Contact:
   1420 King St.
   Alexandria, VA 22314
   (703) 684-2800
   http://www.nspe.org

NUCLEAR AGE PEACE FOUNDATION
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Deadline: July 1
Amount: 2 awards of $2,500 each
Field of Study: All fields of study
Requirements: Must be an ethnic minority student currently enrolled in undergraduate or graduate course
work that can demonstrate financial need and academic excellence.
Contact:
   Nuclear Age Peace Foundation
   Lena Chang Scholarship Awards
   1187 Coast Village Road, Suite 123
   Santa Barbara, CA 93108
   (805) 568-0466 Fax
   http://www.wagingpeace.org/

OAK RIDGE INSTITUTE FOR SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
Internships for Postsecondary Students
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Deadline: June 7
Amount: Travel expenses, $400/week stipend
Field of Study: Biology, Business, Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering, Physics
Requirements:
     1. Native American students
     2. Attend a 10-week summer program
     3. Complete application form and personal statement
     4. Send official transcripts
Contact:
    ATTN: Harold Rider
    Department of Commerce
    Oak Ridge Associated Universities
    PO Box 117
    Oak Ridge, TN 37831-0117
    (865) 576-8158
    (865) 576-0734
    riderh@orau.gov
    http://ohrm.doc.gov/intern/internprogram.htm

OGLALA SIOUX
Deadline: Unknown
Amount: Unknown
Requirements: Write for more information
Contact:
  Chairman, Oglala Sioux Tribal Council
  Higher Education Program
  Pine Ridge, SD 57770

ORPHAN FOUNDATION OF AMERICA
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Deadline: August 20
Amount: $5,000
Field of Study: Not specified
Requirements: Students who meet one of the following criteria are eligible.
1. Scholarships are for students attending college, university or vocational school that are foster
    children, or former foster children who are under 25 years of age.
2. Students may use the funds from this scholarship for tuition, books, or living expenses.
3. Must maintain a 2.0 grade point average to keep the scholarship. See website for guidelines and
    deadlines.
Contact:
   Tall Oaks Village Center
   12020-D North Shore Dr.
   Reston, VA 20190-4977
   (571) 203-0270
   (571) 203-0273 Fax
   www.orphan.org

OSAGE TRIBAL EDUCATION COMMITTEE (OTEC)
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Deadline: May 1 , June 1 and December 31
Amount: $300 - $600
Requirements: Recommendations, personal essay, transcript, enrolled member of Contact:
  Osage Indian Tribe
  Bureau of Indian Affairs - Oklahoma Office
  4149 Highline Blvd. Suite 380
  Oklahoma City, OK 73108

OUTSTANDING INDIAN YOUTH PROGRAM
Deadline: Unknown
Amount: Unknown
Requirements: Write for more information
Contact:
  6051 Arlington Boulevard
  Falls Church, VA 22044
  (703) 273-7500

PADGETT BUSINESS SERVICES SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
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Deadline: March 1
Amount: $500 - $4,000
Field of Study: All fields of Study
Requirements: Applicants must be a graduating high school senior who is planning to attend an
accredited post-secondary institution. The applicant must be a dependent of a small business owner who
employs fewer than 20 individuals, owns at least 10% of the stock or capital in the business, and is active
in the day to day operations of the organization. US or Canada citizen.
Contact:
    Maryann Aguilera
    160 Hawthorne Park
    Athens, GA 30606
    1-800-743-4388

PHI CHI THETA FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP
Deadline: Varies
Amount: $500 - $1,000
Field of Study: Business/Consumer Services, Economics
Requirement: Available to college sophomores, juniors, seniors and graduate students.
Contact:
   Scholarship Chairman
   Phi Chi Theta Foundation
   8656 Totempole Drive
   Cincinnati, OH 45249

POLAND SPRING / BOSTON RED SOX ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
Deadline: Varies
Amount: $10,000
Field of study: All fields of study
Requirements: Must be a high school senior with an average of 75% or better. Minimum of 10 hours
spent monthly on volunteer-based environmental service for six months.
Contact:
   (617) 375-0976

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (USA) NATIVE AMERICAN EDUCATION GRANTS
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Deadline: March 1
Amount: Ranges from $200 - $1,500
Field of Study: Varies
Requirements:
  1. Submit complete application
  2. Official Transcript
  3. Preference to members of Presbyterian Church
  4. US citizenship
  5. Be a freshman in college
  6. Demonstrate financial need
  7. Be making satisfactory progress toward a degree
  8. Photo copy of tribal ID card or Certificate of Indian Blood
Contact:
    Native American Education Grant
    Office of Financial Aid for Studies
    Presbyterian Church (USA)
    Attn: Maria E. Alvarez, Program Manager
    100 Witherspoon St. Rm. M046
    Louisville, KY 40202-1396
    1-888-728-7228 ext. 5760
    (502) 569-5000
    MariaA@ctr.pcusa.org
    To request for an application call Presbyterian Distribution Service:
    800-824-2612, ASK FOR ITEM # 72521-00101
    http://www.pcusa.org

PRICEWATERHOUSE MINORITY SCHOLARS PROGRAM
Deadline: unknown
Amount: $5,000
Field of Study: Business
Requirements:
    1. Open to African-American, Hispanic and Native American students
    2. 3.3 minimum GPA
    3. Attend one of the schools from the Pricewaterhouse Coopers' Priority School Network
Contact:
   Ellen Jackson
   Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLP
   1900 K Street, NW #900
   Washington, DC 2006
   (202) 822-4091
   (202) 861-7959 fax
   http://www.pwc.com/extweb/career.nsf/docid/C399462C8BA89D6985256AE8006FA492

PRINT AND GRAPHICS SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION (PGSF)
Deadline: Unknown
Amount: $500 - $1,500
Field of Study: Graphic Design
Requirements: Must have a 3.0 GPA
Contact:
   (412) 741-6860, ext. 161
   (412) 741-2311
   pgsf@gatf.org
   http://www.gain.net

PROJECT 1000
Project 1000 is a national program created to assist underrepresented students applying to graduate
school. Students may apply up to seven of the over 86 participating Project 1000 institutions by using
one application. Participation is FREE OF CHARGE to individual students and to the participating
institutions.
Contact: http://mati.eas.asu.edu:8421/p1000

QUESTAR FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
Deadline: unknown
Amount: up to $500
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
    1. Be an enrolled member of one of the tribes living along the Questar pipeline company’s southern
         trails-pipeline including, but not limited to, Navajo, Hopi, and Fort Mojave
    2. Full-time undergraduate student
    3. Minimum 2.0 GPA
    4. Must be registered at the American Indian Institute
Contact:
   Peterson Zah
   Adm B167
   (480) 965-5793

REHOBOTH MCKINLEY CHRISTIAN HOSPITAL AUXILIARY SCHOLARSHIP
Contact:
  RMCH Auxiliary Scholarship Committee
  C/O Rehoboth McKinley County Christian Hospital
  1901 Red Rock Drive
  Gallup, NM 87301
  (505) 863-6832

RESEARCH EXPERIENCES FOR UNDERGRADUATES
NSF funds a large number of research opportunities for undergraduate students. Students are granted
stipends and, in many cases, assistance with housing and travel
Contact:
    Senior Staff Associate for Cross Directorate Programs
    1800 G Street, NW
    Washington, DC 20550
    (202) 357-9549
    http://www.nsf.gov

REVLON PROFESSION / UNITED NEGRO COLLEGE FUND
The United Negro College Fund (UNCF) and Revlon Professional want to know "How A UNCF
Scholarship Will Affect My Future." The two organizations have joined forces to offer a scholarship for 16
- 21 year old students to the 37 United Negro College Fund colleges. Write an original essay answering
this question and be eligible for the Grand Prize, a $25,000 scholarship. Five runners up will be awarded
$5,000 in UNCF scholarships.
Contact:
  Send the 150 word or less essay to:
  Revlon Scholarship
  PO Box 9152
  Medford, NY 11763-9152

ROBERT E. DOUGHERTY (RED) EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION
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Deadline: February 28
Amount: $5,000
Field of Study: forest products, wood science/technology, chemistry, mechanical engineering or industrial
                engineering
Requirements:
    1. Full-time junior or senior student
    2. Minimum 3.0 GPA
    3. Az resident
    4. Completion of application packet
Contact:
   18922 Premier Court
   Gaithersburg, MA 20879
   (301) 670-0604 x241
   (301) 840-1252 fax
   jschlegel@cpamail.org
   http://www.pbmdf.com/AboutCWC/REDEduFundation.asp

ROTC SCHOLARSHIPS
Deadline: Rolling
Amount: Fully funded four year scholarship
Requirements:
   1. High school academic record
   2. SAT and ACT scores
   3. Extracurricular activities
   4. Personal interview
Contact:
  (800) 872-7682
  (480) 965-3318 ASU ROTC
  http://www.todaysmilitary.com/wyg/t5_wyg_rotc.php

RTNDA PRESIDENT’S AWARD FOR TELEVISION NEWS MANAGEMENT
Deadline: May 3rd
Amount: Varies per scholarships
Field of Study: Journalism
Requirements:
  1. Scholarships which include and expense-paid trip to Radio-Television News Directors Association
      Annual International Conferences are available to graduate and undergraduate students in the field
      of electronic journalism. Candidates may only apply in one scholarship category.
  2. RTNDA President’s Award for Television News Management: One $2000 award is offered for one
      year to a fully enrolled undergraduate or graduate student whose career objective is television news
      management.
  3. Abe Schecter Graduate Scholarship: One scholarship of $1000 is available for one year to any
      continuing or incoming full time graduate student whose career objective is electronic news or
      electronic journalism.
  4. Len Allen Award of Merit: One $2000 award of merit is available for one year to an undergraduate
      or graduate student enrolled in an electronic journalism sequence and whose career objective is
      radio news management.
 5. Carole Simpson Scholarship: One $2000 scholarship is available for one year to an undergraduate
     or graduate student enrolled in an electronic journalism sequence at an accredited or nationally
     recognized college or university. Preference will be given to minority undergraduate.
Contact:
   Radio and Television News Directors Foundation, Inc.
   1000 Connecticut Avenue, NW Suite 615
   Washington, DC 20036
   (202) 659-6510
   (202) 223-4007 Fax
   Karen Jackson-Bullitt, Project Coordinator
   karenb@rtndf.org
   www.rtndf.org

SALT RIVER PROJECT’S GENERATING STATION SCHOLARSHIP
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Deadline: April 30
Amount: Varies by financial need
Field of Study: Preference is given to students in their junior or senior years enrolled in business,
business management, education, engineering, health, natural resources, or law. Graduate students are
encouraged to apply.
Requirements:
  1. The SRP/NGS Scholarship Program offers scholarships to Navajo students in either their
       undergraduate or masters study.
  2. Applicants must be a recognized member of the Navajo tribe, reside in either Utah or Northern
       Arizona, be enrolled in a degree program that is recognized as valuable to developing the Navajo
       Nation, and a GPA above a 3.0 average.
  3. A one page letter of interest, current resume, official transcript, copy of FNA, Certificate of Indian
       Blood, and Application, which can be downloaded from the website.
Contact:
    Salt River Project (SRP)/NGS Scholarship Program
    Attn: Linda Dawavendewa NGS 640
    P.O. Box W
    Page, AZ 86040
    (928) 645-6539
    ljdawave@srpnet.com
    www.srpnet.com

SAN CARLOS APACHE HIGHER EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP
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Deadline: Fall-June 30 ; Spring-Nov 30
Amount: Varies
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
  1. High school graduate
  2. Pass ACT with score of 22 or above, SAT with score of 930 or above
  3. Have GED Certificate with overall score of 45 or better
  4. High school transcript
  5. Enrolled member of San Carlos Apache Tribe
  6. Enrolled in an accredited college or university
  7. Certificate of Indian Blood
  8. FNA
  9. Official transcript from college
  10. Fully completed application
  11. Letter of admission
Contact:
    San Carlos Apache Tribe
    Higher Education Program
    P.O. BOX 0
   San Carlos, AZ 85550

SCHOLARSHIPS.COM
Free scholarship search site.
Contact: http://scholarships.com/

SENECA NATION HIGHER EDUCATION PROGRAM
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Deadline: May 20 , June 15 , and December 31
Amount: $5,000 maximum
Requirements: Enrolled member of Seneca Nation of Indians, minimum GPA 2.0
Contact:
  Higher Education Program
  P.O. Box 231
  Salamanca, NY 14779
  http://www.sni.org

SEG FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
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Deadline: March 1
Amount: $5,000-$12,000
Field of Study: Geophysics
Requirements:
  1. Complete Application
  2. Attending high school and planning to enter college
  3. Undergraduate or graduate student whose grades are above average
  4. Student’s financial need will be considered
Contact:
    Scholarship Committee
    SEG Foundation
    P.O. BOX 702740
    Tulsa, OK 74170-2740
    http://www.seg.org
    Application Form: http://www.seg.org/business/foundation/pdf/ScholarshipApp2004.pdf

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION OFFICE OF FELLOWSHIPS AND GRANTS
Through the Office of Fellowships and Grants, the Smithsonian Institution offers in-residence fellowships
and internships for research and study in fields actively pursued by its museums and research
organizations.
Fellowships are offered to encourage access to the Smithsonian collections, staff specialties, and
reference resources by visiting scholars, scientists, and graduate students. An internship at the
Smithsonian Institution is a prearranged, structured learning experience scheduled within a specific time
frame. The experience must be relevant to the intern's academic and professional goals, and to research
and museum activities of the Institution. An internship is performed under the direct supervision of
Smithsonian staff.
Contact:
   http://www.si.edu/research+study

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION NATIVE AMERICAN COMMUNITY SCHOLARS PROGRAM
Number: 00313, Smithsonian-Native American Community Scholar Awards
Synopsis: Awards enable Native American scholars who are formally or informally related to a Native
American community or tribe, to undertake individually designed research projects related to Native
American topics, using the sponsor's Native American resources. Awards provide a stipend of $75 per
day, travel allowance, and a small research allowance for up to twenty-one days.
Objectives: Support is provided for Native American scholars to pursue research related to Native
American topics using the sponsor's Native American collections and resources.
Restrictions: Applications deadlines are: October 1, to begin research after February 1; February 1, to
begin after June 1; and June 1, to begin after October 1. Eligible applicants are Native American students
or scholars who are formally or informally affiliated with a Native American community or tribe. Awards
provide a stipend of $75 per day for up to twenty-one days, travel allowance, and a small research
allowance. Application materials are available. Keywords: Native Americans
Contact:
    Office of Fellowships and Grants
    955 L Suite 7000
    Washington, DC 20560-0902
    (202) 287-3271
    (202) 287-3691
    siofg@ofg.si.edu
    http://www.si.edu/research+study

SOCIETY FOR AMERICAN ARCHAEOLOGY (SAA)
SAA Arthur C. Parker Scholarship & NSF Scholarships for Archeological Training For Native Americans
and Native Hawaiians
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Deadline: December 15
Amount: $3,000
Field of Study: Archaeology
Requirements:
    1. Enrolled in an accredited university
    2. Completed application
    3. Letter of recommendation
    4. Personal statement
Contact:
   Society for American Archaeology
   900 Second Street NE #12
   Washington, DC 20002-3557
   (202) 789-8200
   (202) 789-0284 fax
   headquarters@saa.org
   http://www.saa.org/aboutSAA/awards/ACParker/

SOCIETY OF MANUFACTURING ENGINEERS (SME)
William E. Weisel Scholarship
Deadline: June 1st
Amount: Number of $1,000 awards varies.
Field of Study: Manufacturing Engineering/Technology: Robotics/Automated Systems
Requirements:
  1. Scholarships for full-time undergraduate students who have completed at least 30 credit hours and
       are planning a career in robotics/automated systems.
  2. Must have a GPA of at least 3.5 and be a US or Canadian citizen.
Contact:
    William E. Weisel Scholarship
    SME Manufacturing Engineering Education Foundation
    One SME Drive
    P.O. Box 930
    Dearborn, MI 48121
    http://www.sme.org

SOCIETY OF WOMEN ENGINEERS
Deadline: Varies
Amount: Varies
Field of Study: Engineering or Computer Science
Requirements: See website for details
Contact:
   Society of Women Engineers
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   120 Wall Street, 11 FLOOR
   New York, NY 10005-3902
   (212) 509-9577
   (212) 509-0224 Fax
   hq@swe.org
   http://www.societyofwomenengineers.org/scholarships/schlfr.htm

SPOKANE TRIBE OF INDIANS
Deadline: Unknown
Amount: Unknown
Requirements: Contact for more information
Contact:
  Chairman
  P.O. Box 100
  Wellpoint, WA 99040
  (509) 258-7502
  http://www.spokanetribe.com/

STANDING ROCK SIOUX TRIBE
Deadline: Unknown
Amount: Unknown
Requirements: Contact for more information
Contact:
  Chairman
  Tribal Higher Education Program
  Fort Yates, ND 58538
  (701) 854-3497
  http://www.standingrock.org/

MENSA SCHOLARSHIP
Deadline: January 31st
Majors: All fields of study
Amount: $500
Requirements: Obtain application and instructions in November from local chapters.
Contact:
  728 East Glendale
  Santa Ana, CA 92711-1191

STOCKBRIDGE-MUNSEE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
Deadline: Unknown
Amount: Unknown
Requirements: Must be a Stoskbridge-Munsee Tribal member
Contact:
  Drawer 1
  Bowler, WI 54416
  (715) 793-4111
  http://www.mohican-nsn.gov

SUSSMAN-MILLER EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE FUND
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Deadline: July 1
Amount: $500-$2,500
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
  1. Be a New Mexico resident
  2. Personal statement
  3. Official transcript
 4. Minimum 2.5 GPA
Contact:
   Sussman-Miller Educational Assistance Fund
   Albuquerque Community Foundation
   P.O. Box 36960
   Albuquerque NM 87176-6960
   (505) 883-6240
   acf@albuquerquefoundation.org
   http://www.albuquerquefoundation.org

TALBOTS WOMEN’S SCHOLARSHIP FUND
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Deadline: January 15
Amount: $1,000
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
  1. Enrolled in full time or part time undergraduate course work
  2. Have at least two semesters remaining to complete their undergraduate degree
  3. Be women who have earned a high school diploma or GED on or before September 1994
Contact:
    Talbots Women’s Scholarship Fund
    Scholarship Management Services, CSFA
    1505 Riverview Road
    P.O. BOX 297
    Saint Peter, MN 56082
    (507) 931-1682
    www.talbots.com

TARGET ALL-AROUND SCHOLARSHIP
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Deadline: November 1
Amount: $1,000
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
  1. Eligible students include high school seniors, high school graduates, and current college students
      age 24 or under
  2. Enrolled in a full time undergraduate course of study
  3. Number of community volunteer service hours
  4. Applicant’s list of volunteer leadership awards and honors
  5. Appraisal form completed by volunteer supervisor or leader
  6. Applicant’s short essay on volunteer service
  7. GPA of 2.0
Contact:
    1-800-537-4180 ask for Target All-Around Scholarship Program Manager
   www.target.com
TECHFORCE SCHOLARSHIP
Deadline: Unknown
Amount: Unknown
Requirements: Write for more information
Contact:
  3 West 35th St.
  New York, NY 10001-2281
  (212) 279-2626

THIRD WAVE FOUNDATION
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Deadline: October 1 and April 1
Amount: $1,000 - $5,000
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
  1. Full or part time students age 30 and under
  2. Enrolled at an accredited college or university
  3. Student should be involved as activists, artists, or cultural workers working on issues such as
       racism, homophobia, sexism or other forms of inequality.
Contact:
    Third Wave Foundation
    Scholarship Program for Young Women
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    116 East 16 Street, 7 Floor
    New York, NY 10003
    (212) 388-1898
    (212) 982-3321 Fax
    thirdwave@aol.com
    www.feminist.com/3wave.htm

TOHONO O'ODHAM NATION
Deadline: Unknown
Amount: Unknown
Requirements: call extension 228
Contact:
  Higher Education Services
  P.O. Box 837
  Sells, AZ 85634
  (520) 383-2221

TOYOTA COMMUNITY SCHOLARS
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Deadline: December 5
Amount: $5,000-$10,000
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
    1. High school senior with 3.0 minimum GPA
    2. Actively involved in community service
    3. Plan to attend a 4-year University
Contact:
   Scholarship and Recognition Programs Educational Testing Service
   Rosedale Road MS 86D
   Princeton, NJ 08541
   http://www.toyota.com/about/community/education/scholars.html

TRUMAN D. PICARD SCHOLARSHIP
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Deadline: January 30
Amount: $1,200 for graduating high school seniors; $1,800 for students currently attending an institution
of higher education.
Field of Study: Natural Resources
Requirements:
  1. Letter of Admission demonstrating interest in Natural Resources, Commitment to education,
      community/culture, Academic merit, and financial need. The education committee reviews and
      ranks the application. All four points should be addressed in the letter. The letter may be up to two
      pages in length.
  2. Resume
  3. Three letters of reference
  4. Validated enrollment in a federally recognized Tribal or Native Alaskan Corporation
Contact:
   Intertribal Timber Council
   Attn: Education Committee
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   1112 NE 21 Avenue
   Portland, OR 97232-2144
   (503) 282-4296
   (503) 282-1274 Fax
   itcl@teleport.com
   www.itcnet.org

TRY SCHOLARSHIP GRANT
Deadline: None
Amount: Unknown
Requirements: Write for more information
Contact:
  c/o Native American Student Program
  University of California, Riverside
  Riverside, CA 92521
  (714) 787-4143

TYLENOL SCHOLARSHIP
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Deadline: April 30
Amount: 510 awards ranging from $1,000 - $10,000
Field of Study: All areas of study
Requirements: Must be a freshman, sophomore, or junior attending any college, vocational or technical
school. Based on leadership responsibilities in community/school activities and grade point averages.
Offered annually.
Information and applications will be available throughout the month of October in stores where Tylenol
products are sold.
Contact:
    Tylenol Scholarship
    Mcneilab, Inc.
    Scholarship Office
    Fort Washington, PA 19034
    http://www.tylenol.com/scholarship/

U. MAGAZINE / CANON SCHOLARSHIP
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Deadline: June 28
Amount: $1,000
Field of Study: All areas of study
Requirements:
  1. Undergraduates who have a GPA of 3.20 or higher.
  2. Must be a participant of co/extra-curricular activities.
Contact:
    U. Magazine/Canon Scholarships
    U. Magazine and Canon
    1800 Century Park East #820
    Los Angeles, CA 90067

U. MAGAZINE / GEO SCHOLARSHIP
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Deadline: June 28
Amount: $1,000
Field of Study: All areas of study
Requirements: Undergraduates who have a minimum GPA of 3.20, participate in extracurricular activities
and can demonstrate financial need
Contact:
   U. Magazine/Geo Scholarships
   U. Magazine and Geo
   1800 Century Park East #820
   Los Angeles, CA 90067

UMATILLA TRIBE
Deadline: Unknown
Amount: Unknown
Requirements: Write for more information
Contact:
  Chairman, Umatilla Indian Reservation
  P.O. Box 638
  Pendleton, OR 97801
  http://www.umatilla.nsn.us/

UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST OF COMMISSION FOR RACIAL JUSTICE
SPECIAL HIGHER EDUCATION FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE AWARDS
Type of Aid: Grant
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Deadline: August 1 for Fall, January 1 for Spring
Amount: $200 per semester, need-based
Requirements: Open to minority undergraduate students.
  1. United Church of Christ members
  2. Non-United Church Christ members attending United Church of Christ affiliated institutions.
  3. Minority students.
  4. Transfer students who are one of the above.
Comments: The Special Higher Education Program is part of the United Church of Christ Commission for
Racial Justice. The goal of the Special Higher Education Program is to assist students of color through
placement, funding, referral and counseling. Participants in the program have traditionally been average
and below average students, many from low-income families and communities, who posses the potential
for academic achievement in a higher learning situation.
Contact:
    United Church of Christ Commission for Racial Justice
    Special Higher Education Program
    Carmen Williams, Program Coordinator
    700 Prospect Avenue
    Cleveland, OH 44115

UNITED METHODIST STUDENT LOAN PROGRAM
Deadline: Varies by scholarship (April-June)
Amount: $2,500
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
  1. Active, full member of United Methodist Church for at least one year
  2. US citizen
  3. Admitted to a degree program in a accredited college or university
  4. Maintain a 2.5 GPA
Contact:
    General Board of Higher Education and Ministry
    Office of Loans and Scholarships
    P.O. BOX 340007
    Nashville, TN 37203-0007
    (615) 340-7344
    (615) 340-7367 Fax
    www.gbhem.org

UNITED SOUTH & EASTERN TRIBES, INC.
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Deadline: April 30
Amount: $500
Requirements: Enrolled member of a USET tribe
Contact:
  USET Scholarships
  1101 Kermit Dr., Suite 302
  Nashville, TN 37217
  (615) 361-8700
  http://www.usetinc.org/

UNITED STATES INSTITUTE OF PEACE
National Peace Essay Contest
Deadline:
Award: $1,000-$10,000
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
   1. Write a 1500-word essay on democratization
   2.
Contact:
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   1200 17 Street NW
   Washington, DC 20036
   (202) 429-3854
   www.usip.org/ed/npec/index.shtml

UNITY SCHOLARSHIP
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Deadline: December 6
Amount: $1,000
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
  1. AZ resident
  2. Graduated or have graduated in the top 25 % of his / her high school class, or have a minimum 3.0
      GPA
  3. Maintain 12 credit hours
  4. Application form completed
  5. Copy of tribal enrollment
  6. High school or college transcript
  7. Personal essay
  8. Letter of reference
Contact:
    UNITY
    842 N. Cholla
    Chandler, AZ 85224
    www.unityinc.org

US DEPT OF AGRICULTURE
1890 National Scholars Program
The US Dept of Agriculture and 17 HBCU's are offering scholarships to attend the 17 schools to study
agriculture, food or natural resource sciences. The purpose is to increase the number of students in those
fields and to provide career opportunities with the USDA. USDA will require one year of service for each
year of scholarship support.
Contact: http://1890scholars.program.usda.gov/index.htm

USA GROUP SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
The scholarship is open to high school seniors or currently enrolled college students.
Contact:
  USA Group,
  30 South Meridian
   Indianapolis, IN 46204-3503
   (317) 849-6510 or 1-800-428-9250

UTAH NAVAJO TRUST FUND
*For San Juan County-Utah Navajo Students
Award: Open
Field of Study: Open
Contact:
   151 East 500 North
   Blanding, UT 84511
   (435) 678-1462
   (435) 678-1464 Fax
   1-800-378-2050
   http://untf.utah.gov/

UTE MOUNTAIN UTE TRIBE
Deadline: Unknown
Amount: Unknown
Requirements: Write for more information
Contact:
  Chairman, Tribal Council
  Higher Education Office
  Towaoc, CO 81334
  http://www.utemountainute.com/

WALMART SCHOLARSHIPS
Higher REACH Scholarship
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Deadline: February 1
Amount: $1,000
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
  1. Each Wal-Mart store will award one $1000 scholarship, payable over one year, to a local high
      school graduating senior. The program is administered through the participating high schools.
      Students must plan to attend an accredited institution. Private and home-schooled seniors are also
      eligible to apply for this scholarship. Students must not be Wal-Mart associates or have parents
      who actively work for Wal-Mart Stores. Selection is based on academic achievement, ACT/SAT
      results, extracurricular activities, leadership qualities, and financial need.
  2. Scholarships are awarded to graduation high school seniors in areas where Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
      are located. The scholarship money can be used toward the student’s first year’s tuition, books, or
      on campus room and board.

Walton Foundation Scholarship
*The recipient must be the child of a Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. associate who is employed full time (28 hours
per week or more) for one year as of March 1*
The Walton Foundation Scholarship is a $6,000 scholarship payable over four years awarded to a college
bound high school senior. Applications are available starting in January from your location's personnel
office.
Deadline: Postmarked to Wal-Mart Foundation no later than March 1st.
Amount: 100 scholarships will be awarded company wide.
Requirements: This is an academic scholarship and applicants will be judged on the basis of grades,
financial need, academic record, and ACT/SAT test scores.

Contact:
  Wal-Mart Foundation
  Sam Walton Community Scholarship Foundation
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  702 SW 8 Street
   Bentonville, AR 72716-8071
   1-800-530-9925
   (501) 273-6850 Fax
   www.walmartfoundation.org

WASHOE TRIBE--RICHARD E. BARRINGTON EDUCATIONAL FUND
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Deadline: August 15 and December 15
Amount: up to $1,250
Requirements: Enrolled member of Washoe tribe and applied for Pell Grant
Contact:
  Education Department
  919 Highway 395 South
  Gardnerville, NV 89410
  (702) 205-4191
  http://www.washoetribe.us/

WASSAJA SCHOLARSHIP
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Deadline: April 23
Amount: Varies
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
  1. US citizen
  2. First degree seeking undergraduate
  3. Enrolled full time
  4. Minimum GPA of 2.5
  5. Federally recognized American Indian Tribe
  6. Students will be required to fulfill 20 hours of volunteer work at a Native American Community either
      on or off campus
  7. Complete application
  8. 2 letters of recommendations
  9. unofficial transcripts
Contact:
    Arizona State University Scholarship Office
    Student Services Building
    Room 204
    Tempe, Arizona 82587
    Application Form: http://www4.nau.edu/finaid/Scholarship/PrivateDonor/WassajaApplication04-05.pdf

WILLIAM RANDOLPH HEARST SCHOLARSHIP FOR MINORITY STUDENTS
Deadline: March 15th
Academic/Career Areas: Any field of study.
Requirements: Non-renewable award to introduce a diverse group of students to issued relating to
philanthropy, volunteerism, and nonprofit organizations. Must be Native American, Asian, African
American, or Hispanic.
Contact:
    David Williams,
    Program Coordinator
    Aspen Institute
    1333 New Hampshire Ave., NW, Suite #1070
    Washington DC 20036
    http://www.nonprofitresearch.org

WESTINGHOUSE SCIENCE SCHOLARSHIP
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Deadline: October 1
Amount: $1,000-$10,000
Field of Study: Science or Mathematics
Requirements:
 1. US Citizen
 2. Write to address below for application packet for criteria
Contact:
   Westinghouse Science Scholarship
   1719 North Street NW
   Washington, DC 20036
   http://www.siemens-foundation.org

WHITE RIVER APACHE HIGHER EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP
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Deadline: March 15
Amount: Varies
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
  1. Higher Education Grant Application
  2. Copy of 2001-2002 FAFSA/PELL
  3. Tribal Affidavit
  4. Letter of Admission
  5. Pre registration from college
  6. Office high school transcripts or GED certificate
  7. Official transcripts from the last college
  8. FNA
  9. SAR
Contact:
    White Mountain Apache Tribe
    Office of Higher Education
    P.O. BOX 250
    Whiteriver, AZ 85941
    (520) 338-5800
    toll free: 877-7APACHE

THE WOMAN’S AUXILIARY TO THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF MINING, METALLURGICAL AND
PETROLEUM ENGINEERS, INC.
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Deadline: February 15
Amount: Half grant, half scholarship. Loan must be repaid in 6 years
Field of Study: Mining, Geology, Metallurgy, Petroleum, Mineral Science, Materials Science, Mining
Economics, and other related fields
Requirements: Only students who are juniors, seniors, and graduate students qualify. Students must
contact representatives in Morenci, Tucson or Miami, Arizona.
Contact:
   The Women’s Auxiliary to the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers,
   Inc.
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   Three Park Avenue, 17 Floor
   New York, NY 10016-5998
   (212) 419-7673
   (212) 419-7680 Fax
   waaimeny@juno.com
   aimeny@aimey.org

WOMEN’S SPORTS FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS
Deadline: Varies
Amount: Varies
Field of Study: Open
Requirements: Search website
Contact:
   Linda Riddle / SGMA Endowed Scholarship
   Women’s Sports Foundation
   Grant Program
   Eisenhower Park
   East Meadow, NY 11554
   (516) 542-4700
   800-227-3988
   (516) 542-4716 Fax
   wosport@aol.com
   www.womenssportsfoundation.org

XEROX TECHNICAL MINORITY SCHOLARSHIP
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Deadline: September 15
Amount: $1,000
Requirements: The Xerox Technical Minority Scholarship provides funding to minority students enrolled in
one of the technical sciences or engineering disciplines. This scholarship is available to U.S. Citizens and
individuals with permanent resident visas. Scholarships are made available to minorities enrolled in a
technical degree program at the bachelor level or above. Students must be registered for a minimum
number of courses per semester to meet the requirements of full-time student.
Contact: http://www.xerox.com/downloads/usa/en/s/scholar.doc

YAKAMA INDIAN NATION SCHOLARSHIP
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Deadline: July 1
Amount: $1,500 maximum
Requirements: Personal essay, transcript, enrolled member of Yakama Indian Nation
Contact:
  P.O. Box 151
  Toppenish, WA 98948

YAVAPAI-APACHE TRIBE
Deadline: Unknown
Amount: Unknown
Requirements: Write for more information
Contact:
  P.O. Box 1188
  Camp Verde, AZ 86322
  (520) 567-9207
  http://www.yavapai-apache-nation.com/

YWCA OF MARICOPA COUNTY
Harriet M. Heatherington Scholarship
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Deadline: March 1
Amount: Varies
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
    1. US citizen and Arizona resident
    2. Female
    3. Demonstrate financial need
    4. Good academic standing
Contact:
   YWCA of Maricopa County
   755 East Willetta Street
   Phoenix, AZ 85006-2796
   (602) 258-0990
   ywca@fastq.com
   http://www.ywcamaricopacountyaz.org/
ZETA PHI BETA GENERAL UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP
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Deadline: February 1
Amount: $500-$1,000
Field of Study: Open
Requirements:
  1. Available to college freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors and graduating high school seniors
      planning to enter college
  2. Full time student with 12 credit hours
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  3. A self addressed stamped envelope must be mailed to the office between September 1 to
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      December 1 in order to receive scholarship materials.
  4. Enclosed scholarship materials will be included on what is required of you
Contact:
    Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Educational Foundation
    Scholarship Chairperson
    1734 New Hampshire Avenue, NW
    Washington, DC 20009
    (202) 387-3103
    Application: http://www.zphib1920.org/nefscholarship.doc

ZUNI HIGHER EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIPS
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Deadline: June 1 , October 1 and April 1
Amount: Varies
Requirements: Enrolled member of Zuni tribe and have 2.0 GPA
Contact:
  Director
  P.O. Box 338
  Zuni, NM 87327
  (505) 782-2191

				
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