This webpage was originally created by the 2009-2010 Newman University ESL Class taught by Amy Waggoner.
These websites have lots of special-effect features! Turn your photos into cartoon art projects, pop art, and have fun with many other special-effect features!
Take scrapbooking to the next level by creating actual books with these websites! Create books about trips and vacations, biographies of family members, graduation gifts, and more! (This is one of Amy Waggoner's favorites!)
To encourage and celebrate the creative talents and skills
of students, Landmark House, Ltd. is pleased to announce The 2009 National
Kids-in-Print Book Contest for Students.
Landmark House, Ltd. will then publish the three winning
students' books, one from each of the three age categories. The books
will be printed and assembled according to the finest quality standards
of book publishing.
What wonderful experiences await the three winners! When
their books are selected for publication, they will be offered publishing
contracts. They also will enjoy all-expense-paid trips to our offices
in Kansas City, Kansas, where Landmark's professional staff will assist
them in the editing, refining, and final production of their books. Within
months, the winners will become published authors and illustrators and
will be paid royalties annually on the sales of their books.
Barry Lane has a great sense of humor and really knows how to motivate kids to write by tapping into to fun side of language and words. Contests and fun writing activities can be found here!
Visit the website to see how this tech tool can be used personally, professionally, or in the classroom. Students can show an image (such as a cover of their favorite book), a photo, or a piece of their artwork and record their voice as they tell about it and share with others face-to-face or online.
Special thanks to:
Madaí Rivera, M.S.
Coordinator of Academic Services & Diversity http://www.humec.ksu.edu/directory/listings/mri5555/
119 Justin Hall-College of Human Ecology, Dean's Office
Admissions Coordinator of Hispanic Recruitmenthttp://consider.k-state.edu/admissionreps/madai/index.htm
Southwestern Plains Regional Service Center
Scholarships for Hispanics and Other Minority Groups for 2010-2011 (From the Guide to Scholarships for New Americans and Minorities, The Meadows Foundation/Citigroup, www.dfwinternational.org. Not all scholarships are given here. Check out this website for more!)
A GPA ISN’T EVERYTHING SCHOLARSHIP
For students with a strong record of extracurricular, leadership and/or volunteer
activities to be eligible for this award. www.cappex.com/scholarships/ACS/BAYER SCHOLAR PROGRAM
For African-American, Hispanic/Latino, and American Indian students who are
pursuing an undergraduate degree in chemical science or chemical technology.
Must prove financial need. 800-227-5558 ext. 6250 firstname.lastname@example.org portal.acs.org/ADA FOUNDATION-MINORITY DENTAL STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP
For second year students currently attending or enrolled at a dental school
accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation. Must have a
minimum 3.0 GPA. 312-440-2500. www.ada.org/ada/adaf/grants/index.asp#scholarshipADELANTE! US EDUCATION LEADERSHIP FUND
For Hispanic students who have a minimum of 3.0 GPA, who are eligible for
financial aid or state-funded programs, and enrolled full-time. Must provide two
letters of recommendation, complete a student survey, participate in ADELANTE’s
leadership institute and email a resume to email@example.com
877-692-1971 www.adelantefund.org/ADHA INSTITUTE FOR ORAL HEALTH SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
For Asian-American Students. A number of programs are available for
undergraduate and graduate students who are currently pursuing or who are
interested in pursuing a career in Oral Health. 800-735-4916
www.adha.org/institute (Did not see any 2010-2011 info listed, 2007-2008 last
year listed.)ADVANCING HISPANIC EXCELLENCE IN TECHNOLOGY,ENGINEERING, MATH, AND SCIENCE (AHETEMS) SCHOLARSHIP
Designed to enhance and achieve the potential of Latino students pursuing
bachelor and advanced degrees in engineering, math and science.
http://www.ahetems.org/scholarships/AFRICAN AMERICAN SCHOLARSHIPS
Database of scholarships for African Americans in manydisciplines.
www.littleafrica.com/resources/scholarships.htmAGI MINORITY GEOSCIENCE SCHOLARSHIPS
For students enrolled in an accredited institution as an undergraduate or
graduate student majoring in geo-science, or a sub-discipline of geo-science, and
demonstrate financial need. Contact: American Geological Institute
703-379-2480 ext. 245. firstname.lastname@example.org.AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL ASSOCIATION, INC.
For full-time undergraduate or graduate students in aeronautics, aviation or related
field. 703-299-2430 www.atca.org/ALICE YURIKO ENDO SCHOLARSHIP
For students of Japanese American descent. Deadline: February. Amount varies.
Japanese American Citizens League. 415-921-5225 www.jacl.org/ALLIANCE FOR MINORITY PARTICIPATION SCHOLARSHIP
For minority students majoring in math, science, or computers science. Available
at many Texas universities. 817-272-3261, email@example.com. www.uta.eduAMBI SCHOLARSHIP IN SCIENCE & MEDICINE
Designed to recognize, reward and support African American and Hispanic
women who have a genuine desire to make a difference in science and medicine.
Submit application online at http://www.ambiskincare.comAMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY-SCHOLARS PROGRAM
For high school seniors and college freshmen, sophomores, or juniors who are
pursuing a chemical technology career. Must demonstrate financial need and
academic excellence. 800-227-5558 portal.acs.orgAMERICAN DENTAL HYGIENISTS’ ASSOCIATION INSTITUTE
For full-time, minority (African Americans, Hispanics, Asians, Native Americans,
and Males) undergraduate/graduate students currently under represented in
the Dental Hygiene profession. Scholarship Administrator, ADHA Institute for
Oral Health. 312-440-8900 www.adha.org/instituteAMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP
Funding for deserving students at all levels of study. www.adaf.orgAMERICAN GEOPHYSICAL UNION
For minority graduate or undergraduate students studying earth, space or
marine science, or related field. 800-966-2481 www.agu.orgAMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (AIA) FOUNDATION
For undergraduate minority and/or disadvantaged students who are pursuing
a career in architectural studies. Student must be accepted to a NAAB
accredited architecture school. Award can be renewed for a total of 3 years.
In addition to the application, the student must submit a nomination.
202-785-7511 www.archfoundation.org/aaf/aaf/Programs.Fellowships.htmAMERICAN INSTITUTE OF
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS SCHOLARSHIPS
For undergraduates studying accounting at a U.S. college. Must have at least
30 credits completed. Awards up to $5,000. About 300 winners annually.
http://www.aicpa.org/members/div/career/mini/smas.htmAMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS MINORITYDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS PROGRAM
For students studying or intending to study chemical engineering. Open to
minority high school seniors or college students (freshman to juniors.) Must
have a minimum 3.0 GPA. 212-591-7338
www.aiche.org/Students/Awards/MinorityScholarshipAwardsStudent.aspxAMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (ALA)
SPECTRUM INITIATIVE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
For African American, Hispanic, Asian, Native American, or Pacific Islander
individuals attending ALA-accredited library schools. 800-545-2433 ext 5048
www.ala.org/ala/aboutala/offices/diversity/spectrum/spectrum.cfmAMERICAN NUCLEAR SOCIETY
For women and minority students studying nuclear science or nuclear
engineering. 708-352-6611 www.ans.orgAMERICAN PHYSICAL SOCIETY
For minority undergraduate and graduate students majoring in physics.
301-209-3200 www.aps.orgAMERICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE ASSN SCHOLARS
For underrepresented within political science and related disciplines. It covers
a limited collection of public and private funding resources and opportunities for
scholarships, fellowships, internships, awards, grants, dissertation assistance
AMERICAN RESPIRATORY CARE FOUNDATION
For a minority undergraduate students who are enrolled in an AMA accredited
respiratory care training program who have completed at least one semester of
the program. 214-243-2272 www.arcfoundation.org/
AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR MICROBIOLOGY (ASM) FACULTY
For a minority full-time undergraduate faculty member studying microbiological
sciences. Office of Education & Training, 202-737-3600 www.asm.org
AMOCO FOUNDATION UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP
Open to Hispanic juniors and seniors in engineering and other sciences. The
scholarship is awarded through academic institutions. A list of the schools may be
obtained from the following address: Undergraduate Scholarship Program, 2308
Mailcode, Chicago, IL 60601. AMOCO suggests calling the institution of interest
to see if this scholarship is available. 312-856-6306ART MAJORS SCHOLARSHIP
For undergraduate student majoring in Graphic Design and have a 3.0 GPA.
Award: $500-1500. Number of Awards: 250-300. National Scholarship Trust Fund
of the Graphic Arts. 421-741-6860ARTS RECOGNITION AND TALENT SEARCH AWARDS
For high school or college students (17-18 years of age) who show talent in
dance, voice, music, art, photography, jazz, visual arts, writing, or other creative
ASIAN AMERICAN JOURNALISTS ASSOCIATION
For outstanding high school seniors, undergraduate and graduate students.
Selected based on commitment to the field of journalism, sensitivity to
Asian American and Pacific Islander issues as demonstrated by community
involvement, journalistic ability, and financial need. www.aaja.org/ASIAN & PACIFIC ISLANDER AMERICAN SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Recipients must have a minimum 2.7 GPA. Awards are made on the basis of
academic record, future plans, community service, financial need, and leadership.
202-986-6892 www.apiasf.orgASOCIACION BORICUA DE DALLAS, INC. SCHOLARSHIP
For Hispanic students in Denton, Dallas, Tarrant or Collin counties planning on
pursuing an academic, technical or vocational degree. Must be a permanent US
resident or citizen. www.boricuadallas.org/english/ScholarshipCriteria.htmASPIRA ASSOCIATION, INC. SCHOLARSHIPS
For Hispanic youth www.aspira.org/AT&T LABS UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH PROGRAM
For women or a members of a minority group underrepresented in the sciences.
Must be at least a junior in college. Deadline: December 1. 908-221-4191 www.
research.att.comAYN RAND ESSAY SCHOLARSHIPS
For both high school and college students. Award: $50 to $10,000
$5,000 scholarships for high school and undergraduate students living in Irving,
TX, in certain zip codes, beginning with “75,” & ending in: 203, 204, 210, 211, 215,
216, 217, 219, 223, 226, 241. Applicants must be between 17 & 30 years of age.
These scholarships are renewable. They can be used for all types of schools giving
post-high school education. 972-999-4560 www.thebelieffoundation.orgBLACK ALLIANCE FOR EDUCATIONAL OPTIONS SCHOLARSHIPS
A wide range of local and national organizations provide preschool - 12th grade
students with scholarships to attend private schools.
BLACK COLLEGE & UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS
For students attending a Historically Black College or University that is a member
of the IES consortium. Amount: $2,000 1-800-995-2300
http://hbcuconnect.com/BLACK EXCEL FINANCIAL AID AND SCHOLARSHIPS
Database of information on state financial aid www.blackexcel.org/fin-sch.htmBOEING SCHOLARSHIPS
For students of Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
www.boeing.com/educationrelations/scholarships/BREAKTHROUGH TO NURSING SCHOLARSHIPS
FOR ETHNIC PEOPLE OF COLOR
Scholarships available to African-American, Hispanics, Asian-Americans, and
Polynesian undergraduate students who are enrolled in nursing or pre-nursing
programs at a state-approved institution. firstname.lastname@example.org
http://www.nsna.org/foundation/scholarships/BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN’S FOUNDATIONSCHOLARSHIPS
Helps working women develop their career skills.
http://www.bpwfoundation.org/i4a/pages/index.cfm?pageid=4553CAREER SERVICES CENTER FOR A BETTER CHANCE
Database of scholarships. http://www.abetterchance.com/CAROL SIMPSON SCHOLARSHIP
For any minority college student whose career objective is electronic journalism.
Radio and Television News Directors Foundation, 202-659-6510
CHI RHO ASSOCIATIONS, INC. SCHOLARSHIPS
Coed Service Fraternity at Texas Tech, has two scholarships available to seniors.
Each scholarship is a one-time award of $1000. www.chirho.orgCHICANA LATINA SCHOLARSHIPS
For continuing Latina students to complete their undergraduate and graduate college
education. www.chicanalatina.org/scholarship.htmlCHINESE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP, INC. SCHOLARSHIPS
For Chinese students who are currently studying, or wish to study theology.
Award: $750. Scholarship Coordinator, Chinese Christian Fellowship Inc., 549
West 123rd Street, New York, NY 10027, 212-666-3230CIA/UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS
For minority or disabled college freshman with a 3.0 GPA. Applicants must be
majoring in one or more of the following: physics, computer science, engineering,
economics, mathematics, imagery science, cartography, Japanese, Russian, or
Chinese. Full tuition, up to $10,000, is paid and a summer job. 703-874-4462
www.cia.gov/careers/student-opportunitiesCLARE BOOTH LUCE SCHOLARSHIPS IN SCIENCE ANDENGINEERING
For women studying biology, engineering, chemistry, computer science, mathematics,
and physics. Henry Luce Foundation, Inc. 212-489-7700 www.hluce.org/COCA COLA SCHOLARSHIPS
For high school students and students currently enrolled in a two year college.
Must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
www.coca-colascholars.org/COLGATE MINORITY SCHOLARSHIPS
For minority students currently enrolled in an accredited dental hygiene program.
ADHA Institute for Oral Health, 800 735-4916
www.adha.org/institute/Scholarship/COLLEGE ASSISTANCE MIGRANT PROGRAM (CAMP)
An educational opportunity to the sons and daughters of migrant and seasonal
farm workers entering St. Edwards. 512-448-8625 www.stedwards.edu/campCOLLEGE BOARD SCHOLARSHIP SEARCH
www.collegeboard.com/student/pay/scholarships-and-aid/COLLEGENET’S SCHOLARSHIP DATABASE
www.collegenet.com/mach25/appCOLLEGIATE INVENTORS SCHOLARSHIP
The competition has recognized and encouraged undergraduate and graduate
student innovators on their quest to change the world around them.
COLLIN COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE FOUNDATION
Our mission is to support and enhance the Collin County Community College
District through philanthropic support for student scholarships, faculty enrichment,
critical capital needs and programs of excellence.
http://foundation.ccccd.org/scholarships.htmlCOMMITTEE ON MINORITIES IN PHYSICS
For historically under-represented minorities, notably African-Americans, Hispanic,
and Native Americans, who are pursuing degrees in physics and plan to work in
the same field in the United States. www.aps.org/programs/honors/COMMONWEAL FOUNDATION-PATHWAYS
TO SUCCESS SCHOLARSHIP
For 9-12th grade students who wish to attend boarding school, with a family
income at or below 200% of the federal poverty level, who are willing to participate
in work and community service opportunities. 301-592-2009
http://www.commonweal-foundation.org/pathways/COMMUNITY COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS
For students transferring to SMU from a community college with at least 50
transferable credit hours, a minimum 3.0 GPA, and who are enrolled full-time.
Award: $1,500 (per term) for up to five terms. 214-768-3417 email@example.com
www.smu.edu/admission/apply_transfer_scholars.aspCOMPLETE THE DREAM SCHOLARSHIP
A scholarship awarded to students accepted to University of North Texas who
received the Rising Star Scholarship at any of the Dallas County Community
College District’s campuses, and who have a cumulative 2.5 GPA or higher. 972-
780-3630. http://www.unt.edu/unt-dallas/dreamscholar.htmCONGRESSIONAL HISPANIC CAUCUS INSTITUTE
For Latino students who have a history of performing public service-oriented
activities in their communities and who plan to continue contributing in the future.
There is no GPA or major requirement. Award: $1,000 - $5,000.
http://www.chci.org/COOPERATIVE EDUCATION AGREEMENT
For women and minority candidates in fish and wildlife biology fields. Amount:
$11,000 plus tuition. Cooperative Research Units Center www.coopunits.orgCOUNCIL ON CAREER DEVELOPMENT FOR MINORITIES
For students from underrepresented backgrounds entering the legal profession.
214-631-3677 www.cleoscholars.com/DAVIS-PUTTER SCHOLARSHIP FUND
For graduate or undergraduate students who demonstrate financial need.
Must demonstrate participation in expanding civil rights, economic justice, and
international solidarity. www.davisputter.orgDEDICATION FOR EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP
Is available to all students. You must complete the form on the sponsor’s web site
to apply. http://www.dheducation.com/scholarships.phpDENNY’S SINGLE PARENT STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP
The program will provide financial need-based scholarships to single parent
students. http://scholarships.hispanicfund.org/dennysDEVELOPMENTAL FUND FOR BLACK STUDENTS
IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY SCHOLARSHIPS
For science or engineering students at Historically Black Colleges and
Universities. Award: $2,000 and renewable. http://dfbsst.dlhjr.com/DOLLAR-A-DAY (D.A.D)
For Muslim students. Award: $1000. www.muslimscholarship.org/index.htmEASLEY NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
For American high school seniors who exhibit scholastic excellence, leadership,
merit, integrity, and outstanding character. Amount: $3,000 to $15,000
www.naas.org/#Page_1ED BRADLEY SCHOLARSHIP
For a minority full-time college student whose career objective is electronic
journalism. Radio & News Television News Directors Foundation, 202-659-6510.
www.rtnda.org/EDUCATION IS FREEDOM NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP
For high school seniors with a minimum GPA of 3.0. Award: $2,000
(renewable for 3 years). www.educationisfreedom.com 1-866-EIF-EDUCATEEDUCATIONAL GRANTS PROGRAM
For minority students who are enrolled or plan to enroll in an engineering or
science program. Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers. www.shpe.org/ELLEN & FEDERICO JIMENEZ SCHOLARSHIPS FOR LATINOS
Twenty-five $2,000 scholarships GIVEN to deserving Latino college students
who are INELIGIBLE to receive federal and/or state financial aid; who have
demonstrated commitment to serving the Latino community in the United States;
and who have been accepted to a Community College or State University in
CALIFORNIA or TEXAS. A social security number is NOT required to apply.
firstname.lastname@example.org, 213-629-2512. www.maldef.org/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PUBLICATIONS
For minority students in engineering. Amount: $500. 631-421-9421
www.fastweb.comFEDERALLY FUNDED SCHOLARSHIPS, GRANTS & INTERNSHIPS
www.studentjobs.gov/FORD FOUNDATION DIVERSITY FELLOWSHIP
For minority students who wish to teach at a college/university.
http://sites.nationalacademies.org/PGA/FordFellowships/index.htmFREE FOR YOU
National data base for over $10 billion in scholarships. www.free-4u.comLEONARD M. PERRYMAN COMMUNICATIONS SCHOLARSHIP
For ethnic minority students majoring in journalism or mass communications.
http://crt.umc.org/interior.asp?ptid=44&mid=10270LINDA LAEL MILLER SCHOLARSHIPS FOR WOMEN:
Awarded annually to women who are 25 years or older, non-traditional students
who have a difficult time finding scholarships for which they qualify.
www.lindalaelmiller.com/scholarships/scholarships.aspLUCENT TECHNOLOGIES FOUNDATION COOPERATIVERESEARCH FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM FOR MINORITIES
For minority college seniors planning to pursue graduate studies in engineering,
science, mathematics, or related fields. Amount: $17,000 plus tuition, fees, books,
and travel expenses. 908 582-3000 www.lucent.comMAKING “IMPOSSIBLE” POSSIBLE SCHOLARSHIP
Requires an essay of at least 500 words about your circumstances and your plans
to “rise” above them and a letter of recommendation from someone who knows
your circumstances well and feels strongly that you deserve to see your dreams
realized. www.charlese.netMALDEF-ELLEN AND FEDERICO JIMENEZ SCHOLARSHIP
For college or state university undocumented students only. University of Texas
(UT) students DO NOT qualify. Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational
Fund http://maldef.org/leadership/scholarships/MALDEF LAW SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
For Latino students with outstanding academic records, including participation and
leadership in extracurricular activities. 213-629-2512
For students with at least one parent of African American heritage who face limited
access to educational and career opportunities. Applicants must also reside within
the geographic boundaries of a participating program. www.rmhc.comMERC SCHOLARSHIP
For minority high school seniors with a GPA of 3.5 or higher 408-920-5555
www.mercscholars.com/MEXICAN AMERICAN LEGAL DEFENSE AND EDUCATIONAL FUND
For all students regardless of residency status. 213-629-2512 www.maldef.orgMICROSOFT SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
For student populations currently underrepresented in the field of computer
science to pursue technical degrees: African-American, Hispanic, or Native
American. www.microsoft.com/college/scholarshipsMIGRANT FARMWORKER SCHOLARSHIPS
For students with a recent history of movement for agricultural employment. Must
demonstrate scholastic achievement and financial need. The Geneseo Migrant
Center 800-245-5681 www.migrant.net/MINORITY UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP
For under-represented minorities majoring in microbiology or a related science.
American Society for Microbiology, www.asm.orgMONSANTO FUND SCHOLARSHIP/ HISPANIC SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Award: $10,000 for one academic year, renewable. Although not a requirement,
preference will be given to students who are participants of a College Assistance
Migrant Program (CAMP). www.hsf.netMOTIVATING UNDERGRADUATES IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGYPROGRAM (NASA MUST)
For undergraduates in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Open to all students but particularly focused on students from underserved and
underrepresented groups: women, African Americans, Hispanic Americans, Native
Americans and persons with disabilities). 817-272-1116, email@example.com or
firstname.lastname@example.org http://scholarships.hispanicfund.org/applications/MULTICULTURAL ADVANTAGE
www.multiculturaladvantage.comTHE GATES MILLENNIUM UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARS PTOGRAM
For low-income minority students either graduating from high school or a college
student continuing college courses with at least a 3.3 GPA and community
involvement. Trevor@gatesfoundation.org www.gmsp.orgGLORIA AND JOSEPH MATTERA NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP FUNDFOR MIGRANT CHILDREN
For migrant youth who have the potential and the desire to further their education.
www.migrant.net/migrant/sch-mattera.htmGOOD NEIGHBOR SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
For students of Latin American origin. Non-US citizens only. 800-242-3062 x6463,
email@example.com www.collegefortexans.comHALLIE Q. BROWN SCHOLARSHIP FUND
For minority students who demonstrate financial need and are recommended by
a member of the National Association of Colored Women’s Clubs. 202-667-4080
www.nacwc.orgHANDS ALONG THE NILE DEVELOPMENT SERVICES (HANDS)
Scholarship Writing Contest for students to articulate the importance of their work
in the form of an essay. www.handsalongthenile.orgHARVARD UNIVERSITY
Financial aid enhancements to ensure greater affordability for middle- and uppermiddleincome families. 617-495-1581 www.fao.fas.harvard.edu/ HISPANIC ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIESSCHOLARSHIPS
All recipients must demonstrate financial need and be attending a HACU-member
institution (excluding international members). www.hacu.netHISPANIC COLLEGE FUND
For students who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents with a minimum GPA of
3.0 and who demonstrate financial need. http://scholarships.hispanicfund.org/HISPANIC COLLEGE FUND AND SALLIE MAE FIRST IN MY FAMILY
For Hispanic undergraduate students in any field who are the first in their families
to attend college. 507-931-1682 www.thesalliemaefund.org/HISPANIC ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
For full time Hispanic students continuing at University of Texas Arlington who
have completed a minimum of 15 hours with a minimum 2.5 GPA. Award: $250.
817-272-2197, firstname.lastname@example.org www.uta.eduHISPANIC ENGINEERS NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARDSCONFERENCE
For students majoring in math, computer science, material science, or
engineering. Some awards require recipient to be U.S. citizens or residents.
Award: $500 to $5,000. www.henaac.orgHISPANIC SCHOLARSHIP FUND
In 34 years, the Hispanic Scholarship Fund has awarded over 90,000
scholarships to students in need worth over $250M. Two-thirds of these students
were the first in their families to go to college. 877-473-4636 www.hsf.netHOPE SCHOLARSHIPS & LIFETIME CREDITS
Hope Scholarship for students in the first two years of college (or other eligible
post-secondary training). Taxpayers will be eligible for a tax credit equal to 100%
of the first $1,000 of tuition and fees and 50% of the second $1,000.
For college freshmen or sophomores with career interest in Business,
Engineering, Computers and Information Sciences, Sales, Marketing, Allied
Health Care, or Healthcare Management. www.inroads.org/INSTITUTE FOR HUMANE STUDIES SCHOLARSHIP
For undergraduate or graduate study in the United States or abroad. Open to
students interested in the classical liberal tradition.
703-993-4880 or 800-697-8799 email@example.com www.theihs.orgINTEL SCIENCE TALENT SEARCH
For high school seniors in the United States and territories, and American students
attending school abroad. Award: $5,000 to $100,000. There are approx. 40
awards in this prestigious competition. You must present a scientific research
project. www.sciserv.org/stsIOTA SIGMA PI
For women studying chemistry. Award: $100 to $300. 540-831-5413
www.iotasigmapi.info/J. P. MORGAN LAUNCHING LEADERS UNDERGRADUATESCHOLARSHIP
For Black, Hispanic and Native American students interested in financial services
careers. Awards: up to $15,000.
http://careers.jpmorgan.com/student/jpmorgan/careers/launchingleaders/overviewJACKIE ROBINSON FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP
For all academic fields. Award: $6,000 per year, renewable. Approximately 100
winners. Award is based on academic merit, leadership, and community service.
www.JackieRobinson.orgJARVIS CHRISTIAN COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS
For African Americans in the engineering programs linked with UA campus.
Historically Black College affiliated with Disciples of Christ, Hawkins, TX.
www.jarvis.eduJUSTICIA EN DIVERSIDAD SCHOLARSHIP FUND
For Latinos graduating from a US high school with a 2.5 GPA. 617-445-4452
firstname.lastname@example.org www.law.harvard.edu/studorgs/alianzaKAPPA DELTA CHI NATIONAL FOUNDATION
For Kappa Delta Chi sisters with excellent academic achievement. Award: $500 to
$1,000. 972-841-6094, email@example.com
www.kappadeltachi.org/index.php/Foundation/Scholarships.htmlKOREAN AMERICAN SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION
For students currently enrolled in a full-time undergraduate or graduate program.
Recipients selected on the basis of financial need, academic achievement, school
activities, and community services. Each applicant must submit an application
to the respective KASF region, in which each region is designated by the state
where school is located. www.kasf.org/LA UNIDAD LATINA FOUNDATION, INC.
For Hispanic students who have completed at least one semester of higher
education. Academic excellence, extracurricular activities, and financial need are
strongly considered. Applicants must have a 2.7 GPA.
www.cwu.edu/~scholar/outside/launidadfoundation.htmlLANDSCAPE ARCHITECHTURE FOUNDATION/EDWARD D. STONE, JR.
For minority students pursuing a career in landscape architecture who are in the
final 2 years of undergraduate study. 202-898-2444 or 202-216-2356
firstname.lastname@example.org www.asla.orgLÁNZATE: PREMIO UNIVERSITARIO DE SOUTHWEST AIRLINE
Through this national education initiative, Southwest will provide roundtrip airline
tickets to undergraduate and graduate students across the country with socioeconomic
need who travel away from home to pursue a higher education.
www.hacu.net/hacu/Lanzate_EN.asp?SnID=1822439699LATIN AMERICAN PROFESSIONAL WOMEN’S FOUNDATION
For women seeking to further their education. Latin American Professional
Women’s Foundation, Scholarship Program, P.O. Box 31532, Los Angeles, CA
90031 323-227-9060LATINO COLLEGE DOLLARS
Scholarships for Latino students. www.latinocollegedollars.orgLATINO INITIATIVES FOR THE NEXT CENTURY
For first generation Latino college students . 773-762-8970 www.linc-usa.orgNANCY ANN & RAY L. HUNT LEADERSHIP SCHOLARS
For high school seniors in any field of study. Must be permanent resident or
citizen, academically rank in top 25% of their graduating class, have an SAT score
of at least 1200 or ACT of 28. email@example.com
www.smu.edu/financial%5FaidNASA TEXAS SPACE FELLOWSHIP
For students who are interested in space aviation. Award: $5,000 per year.
512- 471-3583 www.tsgc.utexas.eduNATIONAL ACTION COUNCIL FOR MINORITIES
IN ENGINEERING SCHOLARSHIPS
For engineering students. Award: up to $20,000, many renewable.
www.nacmebacksme.org/NBM.aspx?pageid=29NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BLACK JOURNALISTS SCHOLARSHIPS
For deserving foreign or American born undergraduate or graduate students
interested in pursuing a career in journalism. Awards:up to $5,000.
www.nabj.orgNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HISPANIC JOURNALISTS-RUBENSALAZAR SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
For high school seniors, college undergraduates, or first-year graduate students
who are pursuing careers in English or Spanish-language print, photo, broadcast,
or online media. 202-622-7145 firstname.lastname@example.org www.nahj.orgNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGISTS MINORITYSCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
For minority graduate students in School Psychology. 301-657-0270
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION (NAWIC)
For minority students enrolled in a construction related degree program.
817-877-5551 www.nawic.org/NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIPS
For sports-related study (such as sports journalism). Awards are given in all
sports categories. Award: $3,000 to $12,500.
www.ncaa.org/wps/ncaa?ContentID=412NATIONAL & COMMUNITY SERVICE INTERNSHIPS
Various awards for those who demonstrate outstanding community service.
www.nationalservice.govNATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL ESSAY CONTEST
Each year, the United Nations Association of the USA publishes a topic and
question of particular importance to the international community. Students then
conduct research and write a personal essay in response to the question.
www.unausa.org/educationNATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY SCHOLARSHIPS
For National Honor Society members in their senior year. Nominations received
through chapter/school. Award: $1,000 for about 250 students nationwide.
www.nhs.us/s_nhs/index.aspNATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH UNDERGRADUATESCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
For 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.
https://ugsp.nih.gov/home.asp?m=00NATIONAL NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION GRANTS
For minority students who want to pursue a career in journalism. 202-588-8764
www.nnpa.org/NATIONAL PEACE ESSAY CONTEST
Award: $1,000 each. www.usip.org/ed/npec/topic.htmlNATIONAL SCULPTURE SOCIETY SCHOLARSHIP
For students of figurative, realist, or representational sculpture.
NATIONAL SOCIETY DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
For American Indians. Award is intended to help Native American students of any
age, any tribe, in any state who are striving to get an education. Applicants
must be in financial need, have a minimum GPA of 2.75. www.abetterchance.orgNATIONAL SOCIETY OF BLACK ENGINEERS SCHOLARSHIPS
Various scholarships to members that range in value from $500 to $7,500.
http://national.nsbe.org/Programs/Scholarships/tabid/84/Default.aspxNATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE SCHOLARSHIP
For Hispanic students who wish to study natural resources or a natural resources
conservation-related field of study.
www.nrcs.usda.gov/intranet/hispanic/scholarship.htmlNAVY ROTC SCHOLARSHIP FOR HISPANIC STUDENTS
The U.S. Navy has partnered with the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers
to find the best and brightest Hispanic students interested in the STEM (science,
technology, engineering or mathematics) fields. 817-272-1116. email@example.com.
http://www.ahetems.org/scholarships/u-s-navy-rotc-scholarship/NCR FOUNDATION MINORITY SCHOLARSHIP
For Black and other minority students who exhibit outstanding academic
performance and who plan to major in accounting, finance, business, computerscience
engineering, or related fields. Amount: $5,000-$20,000. NCR Corporation
Headquarters, 513-445-1777ORGANIZATION OF BLACK AIRLINE PILOT/AVIATION SCHOLARS
For minority students, especially Blacks, interested in aviation. Award: $1000.
201-568-8145 www.obap.orgPACIFICARE LATINO HEALTH SCHOLARS PROGRAM
For high school seniors with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and who are fluent in Spanish
and English and wish to work in the health care industry. Seventy $2,000
scholarships awarded. www.gdhcc.com/info/Education.aspPHI DELTA KAPPA INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP
Applicant must show interest in pursuing a career within the field of education.
800-766-1156 firstname.lastname@example.org www.pdkintl.orgPRELIMANARY SAT(PSAT)/NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP(NMSQT) SCHOLARSHIP AND RECOGNITION PROGRAMS
High school students who take the PSAT/NMSQT may qualify to enter
competitions for the following scholarships and recognition programs: the National
Merit Scholarship Corporation, the National Hispanic Scholar Recognition
Program, the National Scholarship Service and Fund for Negro Students, and The
Telluride Association. www.collegeboard.org/PRESIDENTIAL FREEDOM SCHOLARSHIPS
For students who are solving the problems in their communities, demonstrating
compassion for others, and servicing those who need support
www.learnandserve.gov/home/site_map/index.asp/RE-ENTRY STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS
Resource for finding financial aid to adults wanted to go a back to school.
www.back2college.com/library/finad.htmRELIGION BASED SCHOLARSHIPS
Database for finding scholarships based on a specific religion.
www.free-4u.com/RICHLAND COLLEGE FREE TUITION FOR YOUNG ADULTS
Program to assist young people that want to go to college, but cannot afford it.
No special qualifications, just ready to go up to the age of 21. Program offers a
full scholarship that will pay for tuition, books and even lunch and a bus pass to
Richland Jr. College. Melvin Pope at 972-761-6807 www.richlandcollege.edu/RON BROWN SCHOLARSHIPS
$10,000 for 10 to 20 students, renewable. Based on academic merit, leadership,
and community service. Open to all fields. www.RonBrown.orgRONALD MCDONALD HOUSE CHARITIES
(AND THE UNITED NEGRO COLLEGE FUND)
Students must be studying at an HBCU which is a member of the UNCF and have
at least a B average. Open to sophomores. Award: from $1,000 to full tuition. Approx.
60 students are selected. www.rmhc.comRUTH STANTON COMMUNITY GRANT
Available to students who are active in community service. Requires an essay and
letter of recommendation. www.actionvolunteering.com/SCHOLAR SITE
www.scholarshiphunter.com/SCHOLARSHIPS FOR STUDY IN PARALEGAL STUDIES
Database of scholarships available to students studying a science.
www.cse.emory.edu/sciencenet/undergrad/scholarships.htmlSEARS CRAFTSMAN – NATIONAL HOT ROD SCHOLARSHIP
For high school seniors WITH A 2.5 GPA or above. . 626-250-2296 www.nhra.comSHELL OIL COMPANIES FOUNDATION/SHELL INCENTIVE FUNDS
For minority students working towards a bachelor’s degree in Business or
Technology, at participating universities. Student must be a U.S. citizen. The
universities must be contacted for specific information and/or applications. 713-
241-6161 www.shell.comSIEMENS WESTINGHOUSE COMPETITION
An award to encourage minority students to consider careers teaching math
and science. www.siemens-foundation.org/SOCIETY OF WOMEN ENGINEERS SCHOLARSHIPS
For women who are majoring in engineering or computer science. Award:
$200 to $5,000. At least 90 are granted.
http://societyofwomenengineers.swe.org/SOROS FELLOWSHIPS FOR NEW AMERICANS
Opportunities for continuing generations of able and accomplished New
Americans to achieve leadership in their chosen fields. www.pdsoros.org/SPECIAL LIBRARIES ASSN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION SCHOLARSHIP
For graduate study in librarianship at a recognized school of library or information
science. Up to three $6,000 SLA scholarships each year.
www.sla.org/content/resources/scholargrant/scholar/index.cfmSPORTS SCHOLARSHIPS AND INTERNSHIPS
Database of sporting-related financial aid.
http://www.ncaa.org/wps/ncaa?ContentID=573STANLEY E. JACKSON SCHOLARISHIP FOR STUDENTS WITHDISABILITIES
For disabled students of an ethnic minority who plan to enroll in a full-time undergraduate program or vocational, technical, or fine arts training programs.
Foundation for Exceptional Children, (800) 224-6830, ext. 450STARS AND STRIPES FUND
This supplement to the GI Bill offers assistance to military service personnel
and their spouses and children. Veterans who did not opt into the GI Bill may
also apply. 972-780-3630. www.unt.edu/unt-dallas/stars_and_stripes.htmSTATE FARM HISPANIC SCHOLARSHIPS
For Hispanic college students who are pursing a teaching career. Each year,
$2,500 scholarships are provided to 20 students. www.statefarm.comSTUDENT INVESTORS SCHOLARSHIPS
Over $75,000 in prizes awarded to the top inventors and their academic advisors
each year www.invent.org/collegiate/STUDENT VIDEO SCHOLARSHIPS
Video contests for undergraduate or graduate students. Awards: up to
$3,000. http://www.christophers.org/Page.aspx?pid=273STUDY ABROAD FUNDING DIRECTORY
Database of scholarships base: www.studyabroadfunding.orgTALBOTS WOMEN’S SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Based on financial need and previous achievements for women who earned
their high school diploma or GED at least 10 years ago.
https://www.scholarshipamerica.org/talbotswomenTARGET ALL-AROUND SCHOLARSHIPS
For civic-minded high school seniors aND college undergraduates.
http://sites.target.com/site/en/corporate/page.jsp?contentId=PRD03-001811THE EMMA L. BOWEN FOUNDATION FOR MINORITY INTERESTS
Scholarships to increase minority representation in the media industry.
www.emmabowenfoundation.com/THE LAGRANT FOUNDATION
Available to ethnic minority undergraduate and graduate students majoring in
advertising, marketing or public relations. Undergraduate scholarships are worth
$5,000 each and graduate scholarships are worth $10,000 each.
http://www.lagrantfoundation.org. 323-469-8680, ext. 233. email@example.comUNION FOUNDATION
Scholarships for Latino youths to enhance their educational and career
opportunities. www.ufoundation.orgUNITED METHODIST LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP
For active members of the United Methodist Church with a minimum GPA of 3.0
who plans to enroll at a United Methodist-related college or university.
www.umhef.orgUNITED NEGRO COLLEGE FUND (UNCF)
Offers Hispanic American, Asian, Pacific Islander American, African American
and Native American college students a scholarship which includes an internship.
Applications are accepted from college sophomores, juniors and graduate
students. 1-866-671-7237 firstname.lastname@example.org www.uncf.orgXEROX SCHOLARSHIPS
For minorities pursuing a career in technology. Applicants must be US citizens
or visa-holding permanent residents who are enrolled as a full time undergraduate
or graduate student. www.xerox.com/YMCA COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS
Scholarship program for graduating high school seniors living in the Dallas
area, based on academics, financial circumstances, community service, and
the individual’s personal motivation. 972-880-9622 www.ymcadallas.org/YOSHIYAMA AWARD FOR EXEMPLARY SERVICE TO THECOMMUNITY
For students who demonstrate self motivation, leadership, creativity, dedication,
and a commitment to pursuing community service. 202-457-0588 www.