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We found 18 awards.
Results Filtered by:
Level of Study - Vocational
Award Type - Scholarship
Affiliation Required - Native American
Award Name Level Of Study Award Type Award Amount Deadline
Organization:
Seldovia Native Association, Inc.
Purposes: To serve the economic and social needs of Alaska Natives enrolled in Seldovia Native Association by offering educational opportunities.
Bachelor's Degree
Graduate Degree
Vocational
Scholarship
$500
July
Organization:
United Auburn Indian Community (UAIC)
Purposes: The United Auburn Indian Community's (UAIC) Community Giving Committee established its Native American Scholarship Program to support the educational aspirations of other Indigenous Americans in the Sacramento, California area by giving scholarships to selected Native Americans enrolled in higher education programs.
Associate Degree
Bachelor's Degree
Graduate Degree
Professional Development
Vocational
Scholarship
$5,000
August
Organization:
Pride Foundation
Purposes: To provide financial support to LGBTQ+/Two Spirit Indigenous students who plan to pursue postsecondary education and then do social justice work in or for Indigenous communities.
Bachelor's Degree
Graduate Degree
Vocational
Scholarship
N/A
January
Organization:
Pride Foundation
Purposes: To support Two Spirit and LGBTQ+ Native, First Nations, and/or Alaska Native students who have a history of activism and a dedication to the Native American community and are pursuing postsecondary education.
Bachelor's Degree
Graduate Degree
Vocational
Scholarship
N/A
January
Organization:
International Order of the King's Daughters and Sons
Purposes: To assist Native American students in pursuing post-secondary education.
Bachelor's Degree
Vocational
Scholarship
$1,000
April
Organization:
The Southwest Native-American Foundation
Purposes: To assist Native American high school seniors who are planning to attend college.
Bachelor's Degree
Graduate Degree
Vocational
Scholarship
N/A
May
Organization:
Organization for Autism Research
Purposes: This scholarship supports autistic students attending any type of undergraduate postsecondary education: two- or four-year colleges; life skills or postsecondary programs; or vocational, technical, or trade schools. Applicants must belong to an underrepresented racial/ethnic minority group.
Associate Degree
Bachelor's Degree
Professional Development
Vocational
Grant
Scholarship
$3,000
May
Organization:
United Auburn Indian Community
Purposes: To support Native American students pursuing post-secondary education.
Bachelor's Degree
Vocational
Scholarship
$5,000
May
Organization:
Cherokee Nation
Purposes: To support Cherokee Nation Tribal Citizens pursuing degrees at a college or university.
Bachelor's Degree
Vocational
Scholarship
$2,000
June
Organization:
The Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin
Purposes: To provide assistance and support to Menominee and Community Residents who are pursuing higher education.
Bachelor's Degree
Graduate Degree
High School
Vocational
Scholarship
$1,000
June
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