American Indian Scholarships for Liberal Arts
Liberal Arts Scholarships
COMMUNICATION - JOURNALISM AND BROADCASTING
- Dow Jones News Fund High School Journalism Workshops
- Radio-Television Digital News Association
- National Press Photographers Foundation
- AT&T Internship and Development Programs
GOVERNMENT - LAW SCHOOL - POLITICAL SCIENCE AND WORLD AFFAIRS
- E.C. Hallbeck Memorial Scholarship Program
- Career Enhancement Fellowship
- The Harry S. Truman Scholarship
- American Political Science Association Minority Fellows Program
- Education for Public Service, Office of Postsecondary Education
- Philips Fund for Native American Research
- Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship Program
Summer workshops offer high school students considering a career in journalism intensive, real-world experience working alongside professional journalists and journalism educators. Students from underrepresented, diverse communities are especially encouraged to apply.
Scholarships are open to undergraduate students pursuing careers in radio, television, or digital journalism. Winners must be officially enrolled, full-time sophomores, juniors or seniors in good standing when scholarships are awarded. Students may apply for only one RTDNF scholarship, and past RTDNF scholarship winners are not eligible.
The National Press Photographers Foundation Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, is charged with advancing photojournalism through education and awarding scholarships and fellowships to deserving individuals who have demonstrated ability or promise in the field of visual journalism.
NPPF scholarships are awarded to encourage those with the talent and dedication to photojournalism and who need financial help to continue their studies. These awards are directed toward those studying full-time or returning to college.
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The E.C. Hallbeck Memorial Scholarship awards 10 recipients $2,000 annually for four years to use toward an undergraduate program. The Hallbeck Scholarship provides significant financial assistance to one male and one female recipient from each of the five postal regions: Central, Eastern, Northeast, Southern, and Western.
- A senior attending high school or other corresponding secondary school.
- Child or grandchild, including stepchild or legally adopted child of an active member, Retirees, department member, or deceased member of the American Postal Workers Union.
- Parent or grandparent must be a full dues paying member or retiree member [as defined in the APWU National Constitution and Bylaws, reference Article 3, Section 1, Section 4(d)] in good standing or must have been a member immediately preceding death.
- E.C. Hallbeck scholarship recipient must attend an accredited college or university.
- Must maintain: 1. B average, or 2. Pass if Pass/Fail system
The Career Enhancement Fellowship Program, funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, seeks to increase the presence of minority junior faculty members and other faculty members committed to eradicating racial disparities in core fields in the arts and humanities. The Fellowship, funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, supports the Mellon Foundation's mission to strengthen, promote, and, where necessary, defend the contributions of the humanities and the arts to human flourishing and to the well-being of diverse and democratic societies.
About the Program: The Fellowship, funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, provides each Fellow with a six-month or one-year sabbatical grant; a stipend for research and travel or publication; and participation in an annual conference/retreat. A total of 30 Fellowships are awarded each year.
- A stipend of up to $30,000 will be sent to the institution.
- A grant of up to $1,500 for research, travel, or publication will be sent to the Fellow.
- The Fellow's institution is expected to supplement the Career Enhancement Fellowship stipend so that the Fellow receives his/her academic salary.
- The Fellow's institution is expected to provide yearly health and benefits coverage
- The award cannot be transferred to another institution. It will be sent to the institution that the applicant indicates when applying for the Career Enhancement Fellowship.
The Harry S. Truman Scholarship is more than just financial assistance; here, you'll find information about the programs we offer to help Truman Scholars be the best public servants possible. Beginning with the enthusiasm of Truman Scholars' Leadership Week, taking "being a change agent" to the next level during Summer Institute, and focusing on careers and communities during our Fellows programs, we're committed to helping Truman Scholars do more.
The Minority Fellows Program (MFP) is a fellowship competition for individuals from underrepresented backgrounds applying to or in the early stages of doctoral programs in political science. The MFP was established in 1969 (originally as the Black Graduate Student Fellowship) to increase the number of African American graduate students in the discipline. In 1979 the Chicano Student Fellowship was established. Overtime, the fellowship program has expanded to include support for racial and ethnic underrepresented scholars. Since its inception, the APSA MFP has designated more than 600 fellows and contributed to the successful completion of doctoral political science programs for over 100 individuals.
About the Fellowship: Each year, APSA awards between 12-14 funded fellowships in the amount of $4,000. Recently, APSA introduced a new spring round of the MFP awards for graduate students in the pre-dissertation stage of their career. This year, the spring cycle MFP awards are available in the form of a one-time award ranging between $1000 - $2000 (depending upon funding availability), to support expenses related to PhD graduate study for first and second year political science PhD students from underrepresented groups.
EDUCATION FOR PUBLIC SERVICE, OFFICE OF POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION
Most student assistance from the U.S. Department of Education is in the form of grants, loans, and work-study to help pay the cost of attending a postsecondary institution. The Department's Federal Student Aid Office has information on student financial assistance programs for undergraduates, graduate students, veterans and other resources.
The Phillips Fund of the American Philosophical Society provides grants for research in Native American linguistics, ethnohistory, and the history of studies of Native Americans, in the continental United States and Canada.
The grants are intended for such costs as travel, tapes, films, and consultants' fees. Grants are not made for projects in archaeology, ethnography, or psycholinguistics; for the purchase of permanent equipment; or for the preparation of pedagogical materials. The committee distinguishes ethnohistory from contemporary ethnography as the study of cultures and cultural change through time.
Eligibility: The committee prefers to support the work of younger scholars who have received the doctorate. Applications are also accepted from graduate students for research on master's theses or doctoral dissertations.
It is assumed that appropriate contacts and arrangements have or will be made with communities for ethical access and community guidance.
The committee sometimes approves two awards to the same person within a five-year period.
Award and Duration: The average award is about $3,000; grants do not exceed $3,500. Grants are given for one year following the date of the award. Grants are taxable income, but the Society is not required to report payments. It is recommended that grant recipients discuss their reporting obligations with their tax advisors. Grant funds are not to be used to pay income taxes.
The Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowships program provides allocations
of academic year and summer fellowships to institutions of higher education or consortia
of institutions of higher education to assist meritorious undergraduate students and
graduate students undergoing training in modern foreign languages and related area
or international studies. Eligible students apply for fellowships directly to an institution
that has received an allocation of fellowships from the U.S.
Department of Education.