NASANASA Predoctoral Fellowship ProgramWebsite http://www.uncfsp.org The Harriett G. Jenkins Predoctoral Fellowship Program (JPFP) employs the best practices for advancing increased numbers of women, minorities, and persons with disabilities participating in the math, science, engineering, and technology (MSET) disciplines. Annually, up to 20 US citizens are selected to receive up to 3 years of fellowship support leading to doctoral degrees in NASA-related disciplines. Fellowships are awarded to applicants that have been accepted into or currently attending an accredited Masters or Doctoral program. Students who have completed school and departmental requirements for doctoral candidacy including but not limited to Doctoral Qualification Examination(s), Cumulative Examination(s), or Comprehensive Examination(s) are ineligible.
National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering, Inc. (NACME)
Empire State Building
350 Fifth Avenue, Suite 2212
New York NY 10118-2299Phone 212.279.2626Fax 212.629.5178Email firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite http://www.nacme.org NACME is the nation's largest private source of scholarships for African American, American Indian and Latino women and men in engineering. Over 15 percent of minority engineering graduates since 1974 have received scholarship support from NACME and are now leaders in government, industry and academia. NACME scholarships and internship opportunities are available to currently enrolled undergraduates, and as a high school senior you can become a NACME Scholar through our Engineering Vanguard Program. NACME scholarships are available to African American, American Indian and Latino men and women who are either US citizens or permanent residents. NACME scholars participate in electronic training workshops to prepare for the transition from the university to the workplace.
National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ)1000 National Press BuildingWashington, DC 20045-2001, USA
Phone 202.662.7145Fax 202.662.7144
E-mail email@example.comWebsite http://www.nahj.orgDeadline – 31, 2003 The National Association of Hispanic Journalists is proud to announce its 2002-2003 Rubén Salazar Scholarship Fund competition as well as the NAHJ 2003 Convention Internship Program competition!! NAHJ offers several scholarships for students who are pursuing careers in English or Spanish-language print, photo, broadcast or online journalism. They include:
NAHJ also offers opportunities for students to have internships during the association's 2003 convention at the Marriott Marquis in the Times Square area of New York City!! The NAHJ convention will run from June 26 - 28, 2003, but students who are accepted into these programs must be available to participate in them from June 23 - 29, 2003. If you are accepted, you might get a chance to take part in the convention as an actual journalist, with the opportunity to take part in one of five NAHJ convention internship programs:
- The Newhouse Scholarship Program
- The new Maria Elena Salinas Scholarship Program
- The Cristina Saralegui Scholarship Program
- The NAHJ Newsroom Bound Program
Most of your expenses would be paid and you would have the chance to work along side professional journalists.
- The NAHJ Latino Reporter newspaper project
- The NAHJ El Noticiero television project
- The NAHJ Radio Ondas radio news project
- The NAHJ Latino Reporter Digital online news project
- The NAHJ Student Campus program
NOTE: Students who are applying for the Radio Ondas project should also indicate with their application materials their interest in being the NAHJ Radio intern for National Public Radio in the summer of 2003. To find out more about this opportunity, please visit: http://www.npr.org/about/nextgen/ or e-mail Doug Mitchell at: firstname.lastname@example.org National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)NCAA ScholarshipsWebsite http://www.ncaa.orgDeadline – Varies, as does the number of awards each year This is the major NCAA sports association student-athletes are associated with. Awards are given in all sports categories, amounts from $3,000 to $12,500. Awards are also available for sports-related study (like sports journalism).
National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts (NFAA)Arts Recognition and Talent Search800 Brickell AvenueSuite 500Miami, Florida 33131Email email@example.comWebsite http://www.nfaa.orgDeadline – Early November each year, check website for more details Arts Recognition and Talent Searchâ, ARTS, is the annual core program of the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts (NFAA). ARTS aims to recognize and reward the achievements of high school seniors and other 17- and 18-year-old artists in nine art disciplines (dance, film and video, jazz, popular and classical music, photography, theater, visual arts, voice, and writing).
National Institutes of Health (NIH)Undergraduate Scholarship Program2 Center DriveRoom 2E30, MSC 0230Bethesda, MD 20892-0230Phone 1.800.528.7689Fax 301.480.5481Email firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite http://www.ugsp.nih.gov/home.asp?m=00 Deadline – Late February each year, check website for more details The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Undergraduate Scholarship Program for Individuals from Disadvantaged Backgrounds (UGSP) helps students launch their careers on the cutting-edge of biomedical, behavioral, and social science health-related research. The NIH is the world's largest biomedical research institution and is the Federal Government's focal point for medical research. We provide:--Up to $20,000 a year in scholarship support--Paid research training at the NIH during the summer and after graduation--Mentoring, research experience, career guidance, and skill development Minimum requirements:--You must be a U.S. citizen, national, or qualified non-citizen (seehttp://ugsp.info.nih.gov/InfoUGSP/Applying/qualreqr.htm for details)
--You must be enrolled or accepted for enrollment as a full-time student at a four-year, accredited undergraduate institution--You must have a 3.5 GPA or higher or be in the top 5% of your class--You must be from a disadvantaged background (see our website for more information) Learn more and apply online at http://ugsp.info.nih.gov or contact us for an application packet. Note: In addition to the UGSP, the NIH offers a number of other training opportunities. For more information visit http://www.training.nih.gov.\
National Science Foundation 4201 Wilson Boulevard Arlington, VA 22230Phone 703.292.5111Email email@example.comWebsite http://www.nsf.gov
NSF funds a large number of research opportunities for undergraduate students through its REU Sites program. An REU Site consists of a group of ten or so undergraduates who work in the research programs of the host institution. Each student is associated with a specific research project, where he/she works closely with the faculty and other researchers. Students are granted stipends and, in many cases, assistance with housing and travel. Undergraduate students supported with NSF funds must be citizens or permanent residents of the United States or its possessions. An REU Site may be at either a US or foreign location. Students must contact the individual sites for information an application materials. NSF does not have application materials and does not select student participants. A contact person and contact information is listed for each site. National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)Programs and Scholarships1454 Duke St.Alexandria, VA 23314Phone 703.549.2207Email firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite http://www.nsbe.orgThe objectives of the organization are to: Stimulate and develop student interest in the various engineering disciplines. Strive to increase the number of minority students studying engineering at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Encourage members to seek advanced degrees in engineering or related fields and to obtain professional engineering registrations. Encourage and advise minority youth in their pursuit of an engineering career. Promote public awareness of engineering and the opportunities for Blacks and other minorities in that profession. Function as a representative body on issues and developments that affect the careers of Black Engineers. New and innovative project ideas are generated and implemented throughout the year on the chapter, regional and national levels. Some of NSBE's present activities include tutorial programs, group study sessions, high school/junior high outreach programs, technical seminars and workshops, a national communications network (NSBENET), two national magazines (NSBE Magazine and the NSBE Bridge), an internal newsletter, a professional newsletter (The Career Engineer), resume books, career fairs, awards, banquets and an annual national convention.
National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA)
Scholarship Program1303 Walnut Hill Lane
Irving, TX 75038
Fax 214.596.9325Website http://www.nshmba.org The Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF) has partnered with the National Society of Hispanic MBA's (NSHMBA) to provide financial resources to assist outstanding Latinos pursuing Master's Degree in management/ business. The scholarships will be awarded on a competitive basis to full-time and part-time Master's degree-seeking graduate students. For questions concerning the application, please contact The Hispanic Scholarship Fund at email@example.com
Nevada Hispanic Services Hispanic Heritage Day Scholarship3905 Neil RoadBuilding 1Reno, Nevada 89502Phone call Juanita Rogowski 775.746.2517 or Lourdes Gonzales 775.784.4700 ext. 2086Deadline – April 15 every year Nevada Hispanic Services and the University of Nevada, Reno are working together to provide financial aid to Hispanic students living in northern Nevada. The Nevada Hispanic Heritage Day Scholarship Committee awards the scholarships based on academic achievement, student motivation, financial need, and community involvement. Although preference is given to returning and nontraditional students, graduating high school seniors are encouraged to apply.
P Pueblo Hispanic Education FoundationHorisons and GRAD Scholarships215 S. Victoria Ave.Suite 1Pueblo, Colorado 81001Phone 719.549.2563Email firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.phef.net The Pueblo Hispanic Education Foundation (PHEF) was established in Pueblo, Colorado in 1988. The foundation focuses on removing financial as well as other barriers that might prevent students from securing an education, and gaining employment. The foundation’s purpose is to secure funds for scholarships and other educational support for low-moderate income students from Colorado. Over eighty percent of the money raised by PHEF goes to providing students with support and services. PHEF is proud to announce that last year they were able to award 63 HORISONS scholarship recipients and 4 GRAD scholarship recipients $1000 each for the 2001-2002 academic year.