Business & Technology Scholarships


Duracell-National Urban League Scholarship
Morgan Stanley Tribal College Scholars Program
AICPA Scholarship
Native American Scholarship Fund, Inc
Catching the Dream TBM Program
Council of Energy Resource Tribes Scholarship
Johnson Foundation Entrepreneur/Business Scholarship

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DURACELL-NATIONAL URBAN LEAGUE SCHOLARSHIP

Purpose:
To assist and encourage outstanding minority students who are interested in completing their college education in the areas of engineering, marketing, manufacturing, finance, business, human resource, etc.
Eligibility: Eligible to apply are minority students who are pursuing full-time studies leading to a bachelor’s degree at an accredited institution of higher learning. They must be juniors or third year students at the time the scholarship award begins, rank with the top 25 percent of their class when the application is submitted, and be majoring in areas of engineering, marketing, manufacturing, finance, business, or human resources. Other requirements include work experience in related field(s), extracurricular activities, leadership skills, and volunteer work. Must be a citizen/permanent resident of the U.S.
Award Amount: $10,000+ paid summer internship.
Application: Send a self addressed, stamped envelope for application or check web site for application.
Deadline: April of each year.
Contact:
National Urban League
c/o Director of Education
120 Wall Street
New York, NY 10005
P: (212) 558-5373
www.nul.org

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MORGAN STANLEY TRIBAL COLLEGE SCHOLARS PROGRAM

Purpose: Morgan Stanley, in partnership with the American Indian College Fund, will award scholarships of $10,000 annually to outstanding American Indian students currently enrolled in four-year degree programs who have an interest in exploring career options in the financial services industry.
Eligibility: Students are eligible to apply for the Morgan Stanley American Indian College Fund Scholarship and Career Development Program if they:

  • Are American Indian or Alaskan Native with proof of enrollment or descendency
  • Are enrolled full-time in a bachelor's degree program at an accredited mainstream college or university in the United States (non-tribal college)
  • Have demonstrated exceptional academic achievement (3.0 to 4.0 GPA)
  • Have demonstrated leadership, service and commitment to the American Indian community


Deadline:
April 15
Contact:
Morgan Stanley
American Indian College Fund Scholarship
and Career Development Program
8333 Greenwood Blvd.
Denver, CO 8022
www.collegefund.org

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AICPA SCHOLARSHIP FOR MINORITY STUDENTS IN BUSINESS

Purpose: To provide financial assistance to minority undergraduate or graduate students interested in business careers.
Eligibility: In order to apply, students must be members of a racial minority group and be enrolled in a 5-year accounting, business administration, finance, or taxation program. Minority college graduates who majored in accounting are also eligible to apply. Recipients must be either U.S. citizens or have permanent resident visa status. Preference is given to students enrolled in historically black colleges and universities.
Award Amount: The maximum stipend granted under this program is $2000 per academic year.
Duration: Up to 1 year; reapplication is permitted.
Limitations: Applications must be signed by the student’s financial aid advisor.
Number Awarded: 500 or more each year.
Deadline: June for the academic year or fall semester; November for the spring semester.
Contact:
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
1211 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10336-8775
P: (212) 575-7641
F: (212) 576-3846
http://www.aicpa.org/becomeacpa/scholarships/pages/default.aspx

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NATIVE AMERICAN SCHOLARSHIP FUND, INC

Eligibility: American Indian or Alaskan Natives ¼ degree or more, enrolled as members of a federally recognized, state recognized, or terminated tribe, enrolled as an undergraduate or graduate student at an accredited four-year college or university and majoring in math, engineering science, business, education , or computers science.
Application: Contact Lucille Kelley for application.
Deadline: March 15; April 15; September 15;
Contact:
Lucille Kelly
Director of Recruitment
8200 Mountain Road, NE, Suite 203
Albuquerque, NM 87110
P: (505) 262-2351
F: (505) 262-0543

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CATCHING THE DREAM TRIBAL BUSINESS MAGAGEMENT (TBM) PROGRAM

Purpose: To help improve the quality of life in Indian communities through higher education.
Eligibility: For students in business, finance, management, economics, banking, hotel management, and related fields who plan to work in economic development for tribes. Students must be 1/4 or more degree American Indian, and be an enrolled member of a U. S. tribe. "U. S. tribe" is defined as federally recognized, state recognized, or terminated tribe. Students must be attending or planning on attending a college or university within the U. S. on a full-time basis that is fully accredited. Study must be at the college level, and can range from bachelor's degrees to postdoctoral study. Applicants must have excellent grades, high ACT or SAT scores, some work experience, a track record of leadership, and a strong commitment to their Indian community. Students applying to any of these three programs are required to apply for all other sources of funds, write a comprehensive essay about themselves and their plans, and provide proof of high school completion, college admission, and tribal enrollment. "All other sources" includes federal financial aid, tribal scholarships, private scholarships, loans, and grants. The search for scholarships must be exhaustive, using the Internet, printed scholarship directories, and identification of scholarships in the student's local community.
Award Amount: Scholarships range from $500-$5000 per academic year
Duration: Considered “lifetime” awards, but applicants must return a Scholarship Renewal Form each year to continue to receive funding.
Deadline: March 15, Summer school; April 15, Fall semester or quarter; September 15, Spring semester
Contact:
8200 Mountain Road NE
Suite 203
Albuquerque, NM 87110
P: (505) 262 2351
F: (505) 262-2351 ext 116
NScholarsh@aol.com
www.catchingthedream.org

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COUNCIL OF ENERGY RESOURCE TRIBES SCHOLARSHIP

Purpose: To provide financial assistance to Native American college students who are interested in pursuing postsecondary education (on either the undergraduate or graduate level).
Eligibility: Native American undergraduate or graduate students are eligible to apply if they are studying in the areas of engineering, sciences, or business and have earned at least a 3.0 GPA. Applicants must have been selected and/or successfully participated in one of the following CERT education programs:

  • TRIBES Program (1981-2005)
  • CERT Intern Program (1986-2009)
  • CERT Scholars Program (2006-2008)

Deadline:
Fall Applications - September 15
Spring Applications - February 15
Contact:
3545 South Tamarac Drive, Suite 320
Denver, Colorado 80237
P: (303) 282-7576
F: (303) 282-7584
info@CERTRedEarth.com
http://www.eduinreview.com/scholarships/cert-council-of-energy-resource-tribes-program-219116/

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JOHNSON FOUNDATION ENTREPRENEUR/BUSINESS SCHOLARSHIP

Requirements: 
•Full-time student of American Indian descent and have either declared a major in Entrepreneurship or Business 
•OR if not eligible to declare a major, have submitted a letter of intent to the College of Business & Technology 
•Students must be willing to join and participate in the American Indian Business Leaders (AIBL) student organization

Please attach the following: copy of CDIB card, evidence of a 2.5 GPA and a declared major in Entrepreneurship or Business

Awards: $1250 per semester, renewable based on academic performance, participation in AIBL, and continuing in an entrepreneurship/business discipline
Application: http://scholarships.nsuok.edu/Foundation/JohnsonFoundation.aspx
Deadline:
September 27, 2013

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