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We found 5 awards.

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Where You Live - Florida
Affiliation Required - African American
Award Name Level Of Study Award Type Award
Amount
Deadline
Florida Education Fund McKnight Doctoral Fellowship
Organization: Florida Education Fund, Inc
Purpose: To address the under-representation of african american and hispanic faculty at colleges and universities in the state of florida by increasing the pool of citizens qualified with phd degrees to teach at the college and university levels.
Graduate Degree Fellowship $17,000 January
FICPA Educational Foundation 1040K Race Scholarships
Organization: Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Purpose: To offset the educational costs for accounting students at Florida's colleges and universities.
Bachelor's Degree Prize
Scholarship
$3,000 February
Leon Bradley Scholarship Program
Organization: American Association of School Personnel Administrators
Purpose: To assist minorities seeking their initial teaching certification and/or endorsement.
Bachelor's Degree Scholarship $1,500
$2,500
May
Dunbar Heritage Scholarship Fund
Organization: Southwest Florida Community Foundation
Purpose: To support a dunbar high school graduating student of african-american descent in pursuing a bachelor's degree at an accredited college.
Bachelor's Degree Scholarship $1,900 February
Jacki Tuckfield Memorial Graduate Business Scholarship Fund
Organization: The Miami Foundation
Purpose: To provide financial assistance to African-American students to pursue their professional careers.
Graduate Degree Scholarship