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Scholarship Resources by Category


Adopted in California
(Foster Youth)
A youth who has been adopted
after being in foster care (CA)
  California Youth Connection
  Foster Care to Success
Adult Students
African-American UNCF
  The Jackie Robinson Foundation
  The Thurgood Marshall Fund
Agricultural Industry National FFA Organization
Art and Photography Drawing, Painting, Sculpture, Photography,
and Digital Art
Asian-American USPAACC
Athletes National Collegiate Athletic Association
Automotive Automotive career? Automotive Hall of Fame
Disabilities Best
  Department of Rehabilitation
  Scholarships for Students with Learning Disabilities
Grocery Industry National Grocers Association -
WGA/Mary Macey
- Women
Healthcare AAMC Web site - PDF of Scholarships
  Future Doctors
  Healthcare degree education
  Public Health Online
High School Students Society for Science & the Public
  Community Service Scholarship
Hispanic Students AB540 - pdf
  "Dreamers" PDF
  Hispanic College Fund
  The National Hispanic Scholarship Fund
  Latino College Dollars
Honors Bill Gates Millenium Scholars Program
  The National Scholars Honor Society
  Phi Theta Kappa
Hospitality & Tourism Keith R. Kittle Memorial Travel
and Tourism Scholarship
Industrial Engineers Be active Institute members
International Students Benjamin A Gilman International Scholarship
  EduPASS Website and ESL Information
LGBTQ Accredited Schools Online LGBTQ Resources
  AffordableCollegesOnline - LGTBQ
  Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered Students

Guide to Completing FAFSA for LGBT Families

  LGBT Student Scholarship Database
  Point Foundation
Little People Must be 4 feet 10 inches and under
- application CLICK HERE
  for Medical Expenses - Health Advocacy Fund
  "Team Jack" Zembsch Travel Fund - Application
Military AffordableCollegeOnline - Military
  Mg James Ursano Scholarship Fund
  Department of Veterans Affairs
  Iraq and Afghanistan Service Grant
  Military Scholarship for Nurses
  Helpful Information
Minority 100 Minority Scholarship Gateway List
  Minority Scholarships Guide - various scholarships
  Scholarships for Minorities
Native Americans American Indian College Fund
  American Indian Education Fund - Click HERE
New DAR American Indian Scholarship
  FAFSA Information for American Indians/Tribes
  Office of Indian Education - Grant Information
  Udall Undergraduate Scholarship
Nursing Students Discover Nursing
  for Men
  for Single Mothers
  for African-Americans (NBNA, Inc.)
  The Foundation of the National
Student Nurses' Association
Other (Religious) Tzu Chi Scholarship-Buddhist
  KOFC - Catholic
  Hebrew Free Loan Society
  Jewish Scholarship
Research The Humane Studies Fellowship
Single Parent Family Fathers - information
  Mothers - / /
  Information for single parent family
STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) SMART scholarship - Click here
  Physics - Society of Physics Students
  Great Minds in STEM
  21 STEM scholarships for U.S. Students
  STEM Advantage
  List for Women in Science
Studying Abroad Asia - Institute of International Education
Freeman ASIA
  Britain - BUTEX - If you plan on studying abroad in UK
  Japanese Language Scholarship
Foundation - Study in Japan
  Germany - Congress-Bundestag Youth
Exchange -Learn German
Tall People Minimums of 5'10" for women and 6'2" for men
Technology Autodesk Student Competitions
Undocumented Student Geneseo Migrant Center - Scholarships and Click Here
  Paying for College AB 540 students
  Scholarships Do Not Require SSN - pdf
  Scholarships Regardless of Immigration Status
Unknown Scholarships Weird or Unknown Scholarships List
  Star Trek Star Fleet Command
  Create a Greeting Card
  Are you Vegetarian? Click Here
Welding Scholarships Welding degrees - grants and scholarships
  Civil engineering degrees
Women - resources for women
  National Association of Women in Construction
  Scholarships for women
  Single Mothers -
  Women Grocerers of America
  Women Over 35
Americorps Your World. Your Chance To Make It Better.

Quick Reference Guide to Winning a Scholarship -

3 main parts to being successful at winning scholarships:

-You must be able to organize as well as prioritze

-You must be able to write about a variety of topics that may or may not be exciting to you.

-You must understand yourself well enough to dreate a compelling portrait of who you are.

Never Plagiarize

The best way to avoid plagiarism is to not plagiarize! Just be yourself and shine!
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Tips for Thank You Letters

Be Thankful and do NOT overlook this very important component of the scholarship process.
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