Scholarships Guide for Black Students

Scholarships Guide for Black Students

“Education is for improving the lives of others and for leaving your community and world better than you found it.” Marian Wright Edelman is a civil rights activist who lived during the time of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and is an advocate for disadvantaged Americans. She exemplified her own words with the works of her life in helping families in poverty. Poverty continues to be one of the major factors that keeps some Black students from attaining a postsecondary education. The good news is that enrollment by Black students in postsecondary institutions is expected to increase, and grants and loans are awarded in higher percentages to Black students (see statistics below). Both government and private financial aid is available to Black students to help ease the financial burden when pursuing graduate and postgraduate degrees.

  • The National School Boards Association reported from a 2018 congressionally mandated annual report, the Condition of Education 2020, that 32% of Black students lived in poverty as compared to 10% of White students living in poverty. Black students who had at least one parent with a bachelor’s degree or higher was 27% as compared to 69% of Asian students and 53% of White students.
  • The NCES projects that the U.S. enrollment of Black students in postsecondary institutions will increase 8 percent for students who are Black between 2017 and 2028 (2.5 million versus 2.7 million).
  • Percentages of full-time, full year undergraduate students who were awarded government or private grants in the 2015–16 school year were higher for Black (88 percent) and American Indian/Alaska Native (87 percent) students, compared to students who were of Two or more races (79 percent), White (74 percent), and Asian (66 percent). The same held true for loans from any source. A higher percentage of Black students (71 percent) received loans than students who were White (56 percent), of Two or more races (54 percent), Pacific Islander (53 percent), Hispanic (50 percent), American Indian/Alaska Native (38 percent), and Asian (31 percent).
  • UNCF, one of the largest U.S. minority scholarship providers, awards over $100 million in scholarships to students at more than 1,100 schools nationwide.

Along with U.S. government financial aid, there are many national and local organizations that offer scholarships, grants and helpful resources to Black students seeking to further their education. Our Scholarships Guide for Black Students highlights U.S. National, Regional and HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) Scholarships in addition to relevant podcasts.

Some scholarships listed below require a free application submission for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

National Scholarships for Black Students

  • ACS Scholars Program
    • Awards renewable scholarships to undergraduate students from historically underrepresented groups intending to pursue chemistry-related careers
    • Awarded to 300+ students annually up to $5,000
  • Adobe Women-in-Technology Scholarship
    • Recognizes outstanding female undergraduate and master’s students studying artificial intelligence/machine learning, data science, computer science or mobile/web development
    • A $10,000 award paid once, Creative Cloud membership for one year, opportunity to interview for internship at Adobe
  • African Heritage PA Caucus (AHPAC) Scholarship
    • AHPAC student members who are considered an under-represented minority within the Physician Assistant profession
    • The scholarship ranges have historically between $500.00-$1,500.00 per student
  • AIChE Minority Scholarship Award
    • For undergraduates in chemical engineering and be a member of a minority group that is under-represented
    • Amount: $1,000 per student per year
  • Amazon Future Engineer Scholarship Program
    • For students planning to pursue a bachelor’s degree in computer science
    • Get a $40,000 scholarship towards an undergraduate degree in computer science and a guaranteed summer internship at Amazon
  • Blacks at Microsoft (BAM) Scholarship
    • Planning to pursue a bachelor’s degree in engineering, computer science, computer information systems, or select business programs (such as finance, business administration, or marketing)
    • Amount: Ranges from $1,000 to $20,000
  • BLM² Scholarship
    • Designed to address the financial needs of minority college students and award outstanding high school graduates who plan to earn a baccalaureate degree from an accredited, four-year college or university with financial assistance
  • Carrington-Philbert Scholarship Program
    • Provides financial assistance to an entering U.S College/University Freshman. The recipients also benefit from the combined experiences and expertise of the CPS team which includes coaching and mentorship
    • Amount: $2,500
  • CodePath Black Excellence Scholarship Program
    • Must have completed CodePath’s Summer Technical Interview Prep Class, be enrolled in a US college or university, and currently pursuing a computer science or software-related major
    • Amount: 10 Scholarships of $5,000 per person
  • Craig D. Butler Scholarship
    • The CDB Scholarship Foundation seeks future high school graduates to offer financial support as they pursue their dreams in the aftermath of gun violence
    • Amount: One-time award of $1,000
  • Executive Leadership Council (ELC) Scholarships
    • Offers fourteen undergraduate scholarships under its program which are open to high-achieving Black undergraduate students attending a four-year college or university
    • Scholarship eligibility requirements and amounts vary
  • GFOA Minorities in Government Finance Scholarship
    • For outstanding minority students enrolled in Public administration, (governmental) accounting, finance, political science, economics, or business administration (with specific focus on government or nonprofit management)
    • Amount: $10,000
  • James M. & Erma T. Freemont Scholarships
    • Awards scholarships to graduating high school seniors, undergraduate and graduate students with a record of leadership and volunteerism in the community and participation in extracurricular activities
    • Amount: $1,875
  • Josephine Forman Scholarship
    • For minority students pursuing graduate education in archival science. Encourages students to pursue a career as an archivist, and promotes the diversification of the American archives profession
    • Amount: $10,000
  • Lawson Porter Scholarship
    • Eligible applicants include Black rising high school seniors and undergraduate college students across the United States (including U.S. territories) All majors and fields of study are encouraged to apply
    • Amount: $1,000 (number of available scholarships varies each year)
  • LPA Interdisciplinary Diversity Scholarship Program
    • For those pursuing a degree in one of the following majors associated with the building and design industry: Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Interior Architecture/Design, Architectural Engineering, Structural Engineering, Building Science, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
    • Amount: Up to 5 awards of $5,000
  • MOS Black Students Matter Scholarship
    • Any Black student applying to, or enrolled in, college or graduate school who is involved in a racial justice movement (maybe you write a blog, participate in protests, or lead a student group)
  • NANBPWC Scholarships
    • Scholarships for African-American students with different criteria and majors such as STEM, Aviation, Political Science, Communications, Business Management, Journalism, Public Policy, and more
    • Amount: Varies
  • National Medical Fellowships Scholarships
    • For underrepresented minority students currently enrolled in an accredited, graduate-level healthcare program who demonstrates leadership ability and is committed to serving medically underserved communities
    • Amount: Numerous scholarship of up to $10,000
  • Omega Phi Beta Sorority Reach for the Gold Book Scholarship (RFTG)
    • Dedicated to empowering women, promoting academic excellence, and achieving gender equality. In that spirit our organization, our partners, and our Chapters and Collectives offer scholarships and grants to support the development and growth of women and girls in our communities and our own members
    • Amount: $1,000
  • Praxis by Leaderology Scholarship Program
    • A paid internship, scholarship and leadership development program that provides students with resources and access to professional networks at companies that will help build their professional resumes and catapult their careers
    • Amount: $2,500
  • PUSH Excel Scholarships
    • Makes a number of awards each year through four named scholarships: Jesse Jackson Fellows – Toyota, Ora Lee Sanders, Cirilo McSween, and Aramark Trades. The goal of the program is to develop servant leadership potential in the scholarship students and encourage a spirit of social justice and social change
    • Up to $25,000
  • RTDNF Carole Simpson Scholarship
    • For students who will be sophomores, juniors or seniors at the time the scholarship is awarded, pursuing careers in radio, television, or digital journalism
    • Amount: $2,000
  • Seven Hillz Productions Foundation Scholarships
    • The Foundation is dedicated to service, education, and creating awareness within the Black community to promote diversity and opportunities in the Film & Entertainment Industry
    • Amount: $500
  • Surety & Fidelity Industry Intern and Scholarship Program
    • This program gives students the opportunity to work with industry experts through paid professional internships with our member organizations and are for students interested in studying insurance/risk management, accounting, economics, or business/finance
    • Amount: $5,000
  • Synchrony ADVANCE Scholarship Program
    • The program focuses on diversity and inclusion and is aimed at paving the way for the next generation of leaders majoring in business, technology, liberal arts, or related field of study
    • Amount: 8 awards of $5,000
  • The Gates Scholarship
    • A highly selective, last-dollar scholarship for outstanding, minority, high school seniors from low-income households
    • Amount: 300 full-ride scholarships
  • Tuskegee Airmen Scholarship Foundation
    • The mission of TASF is to honor the legacy of the Tuskegee Airmen by providing motivation, access and scholarships to assist financially and academically deserving students in the pursuit of careers in aviation, aerospace, STEM as well as other disciplines.
  • Wise Educaiton Foundation Scholarships
    • Provides financial assistance to deserving high school graduates and current college students who show promise and commitment to pursuing a degree in a field of their choice at an accredited degree-granting college or university
    • Amount: Up to $1,000
  • Workday VIBE™ Scholarship
    • Be historically underserved students who self-identify as Black or African American and pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Finance, Information Systems, Computer Science, Business Administration or Sales or other related field of study
    • Amount: Up to 50 awards of $5,000 to $15,000 and may be renewed for up to 3 additional years
  • Zelle Diversity Scholarships
    • To encourage and facilitate diverse students in choosing law as a profession or to support and recognize the contributions and interests of the diverse professionals among us. Includes the Zelle Diversity in Law Scholarship and the MCCA’s Lloyd M. Johnson, Jr. Scholarship
    • Amount: Varies
  • AASPA Leon Bradley Scholarship Program
    • Established to encourage more minorities or persons of color to enter the field of teaching and school leadership
    • Two scholarships annually in the amount of $3,500.00
  • Actuarial Diversity Scholarship
    • For full-time undergraduate students pursuing a degree that may lead to a career in the actuarial profession
    • Scholarships range from $1,000-$4,000
  • AICPA Fellowship for Minority Doctoral Students
    • The program’s goal is to increase the number of minority CPAs who serve as role models and mentors to young people
    • Up to twenty five $12,000 annual awards to doctoral-level accounting students
  • Albert W. Dent Graduate Student Scholarship
    • Offered to racially/ethnically diverse students enrolled full-time in a healthcare management graduate program – MHA, MPH, MBA in Healthcare Administration or similar
    • Amount: Up to fifteen $5,000 per year
  • Amazon Black Employee Network Scholarship
    • For high school seniors who plan to continue their education in college and pursue a computer science or supply chain-related field of study and career
    • Amount: $5,000 per year for four years of college
  • Blue Babe Foundation Scholarships
    • Offers financial support and mentoring for students that have shown the aptitude and commitment to their education
    • Provided more than 50 scholarships ranging from $250 for book stipends to $10,000 for our writing scholarship in partnership with Hallmark’s Mahogany brand
  • Brown and Caldwell Minority Scholarship
    • Must be a declared major in civil, chemical, mechanical, electrical or environmental engineering or one of the environmental sciences (e.g. geology, hydrogeology, ecology)
    • Amount: $5,000
  • Edward G. Irvin Foundation Scholarship
    • EGIF’s pioneering investment in the education of young people has nurtured a generation of leaders whose achievements and contributions to the social good
    • Amount: $5,000 dispursed annually over 4 years
  • Fontana Transport Inc. Scholars Program
    • High School graduates pursuing a full time undergraduate degree in one of the following concentrations: Transportation Management, Math, Science, Engineering, Architecture, Environmental Design, Pre-Med, Psychology, or Spanish
    • Amount: $5,000
  • Generation Google Scholarship
    • Must be enrolled in or accepted as a full-time student in a Bachelors, Masters, or PhD program studying computer science, computer engineering, or a closely related technical field
    • Amount: $10,000
  • GoodRx Scholarship for Future Black Physicians
    • For those planning to enroll in full-time pre-medical undergraduate study or medical study (MD or DO) at an accredited institution or medical school
    • Amount: $1,000 to 10 pre-med or medical students
  • Henkel Diversity Scholarship Program
    • For minority students who plan to continue their education in college or university
    • Amount: $20,000 with renewals possible for 3 additional years
  • IIDA John J. Nelson Sr. Legacy Scholarship
    • Created to support and nurture African American interior design and architecture students while promoting diversity and access in education
    • Amount: $10,000 for up to 3 recipients
  • Illustrating Awesomeness Scholarship
    • Applicants must be young women or gender non-conforming individuals of color who are currently enrolled or who will begin college/university
    • Amount: 4 awards of $750
  • Jackie Robinson Foundation (JRF) Scholarship
    • Scholars receive a generous four-year grant to attend the undergraduate school of their choice and enroll in JRF’s celebrated “42 Strategies for Success Curriculum”
    • Amount: Up to $30,000 over four years
  • John Shippen Achievement Scholarship
    • Will be awarded to High School Junior through Graduate Students who have demonstrated leadership & service with a commitment to inclusion & diversity efforts on campus and in the community
    • Amount: Fifteen (15) $1,000 Scholarships
  • Lockheed Martin STEM Scholarship
    • Open to college students majoring in: Aerospace Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or Physics
    • Amount: 200 awards of $10,000 (can be renewed up to 3 times for a total of $40,000 per student)
  • Milliman Opportunity Scholarship
    • Open to students of ethnic groups who have historically been under-represented in the fields of actuarial science, data science, computer science, economics, and programming
    • Amount: 10 to 20 awards of no less than $5,000
  • NAACP Legal Defense Fund Earl Warren Scholarship
    • Awarded annually to rising law students whose commitment to racial justice reveals outstanding potential for training as civil rights and public interest attorneys
    • Amount: $30,000 ($10,000 per year for 3 years)
  • NAACP Scholarships
    • Need-based and merit scholarships to outstanding and qualified Black students pursuing undergraduate and graduate degrees
    • Our scholarships range in dollar amount, academic interests, and age
  • National Achievement Scholarship Program
    • Created to increase educational opportunities for academically accomplished Black American students and encourage colleges to broaden their recruiting efforts
    • Amount: $2,500
  • PRSA Foundation Multicultural Scholarships
    • Invests in the next generation of journalism and public relations practitioners by awarding scholarships and grants to students active in PRSSA campus chapters, as well as other deserving undergraduate and graduate students in the U.S. and around the world
    • Amount: Up to $3,000
  • The Race for Education Scholarships
    • Originally established to provide educational programs and college scholarships to young people in the equine and agriculture industry with significant financial need the organization’s mission statement has expanded to meet the needs of the community over time
    • Amount: Up to $5,000
  • Ron Brown Scholar Program
    • The program focuses on encouraging civic engagement among Scholars while promoting academic excellence, community and lifelong interactions. Recipients are young African Americans of outstanding promise who are offered academic scholarships, service opportunities and leadership experiences.
    • Amount: $40,000 ($10,000 per year for 4 years toward educational expenses)
  • Sankofatech’s Achievers in Technology four year scholarship
    • A rigorous four-year scholarship and mentorship program that aims to produce the next generation of African technology professionals in the United States. Must demonstrate an interest in pursuing a tech career (ie. Software Engineering, Product Management, Data Science, Information Security, Project/Program Management, Networking, Database Administration, etc.)
    • Amount: Up to $2,000
  • Scorpion Cares Scholarship Program
    • This new program will award scholarships to four ambitious college students pursuing dream careers in technology and business. Our goal is to provide a much-needed springboard for young people with big hopes for their future but in need of resources to help fulfill their career potential
    • Amount: 4 awards of $10,000
  • TE Connectivity African Heritage Scholarship Program
    • A 2-year scholarship program to assist college students who will be sophomores and are majoring in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math), Operations Management, Finance, Supply Chain, or Information Technology
    • Amount: 14 awards of up to $22,500 per year in each of the next two years
  • Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) Scholarships
    • Offers three types of unique scholarships that are merit, plus need-based designed to address the financial needs of students attending a TMCF member-school or other accredited college or university
    • Amount: Average award is $3,100 per student per semester
  • United Negro College Fund (UNCF) Scholarships
    • Manages various scholarship programs and each program has its own eligibility criteria, open/close dates and required documentation. Many of the UNCF scholarships require that the scholarship recipient apply for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
    • Amount: Varies
  • Varicent EDGE Scholarship Program
    • Designed to foster more opportunities for diversity within the technology sector for historically underrepresented people who plan to pursue a STEM-related major such as Computer Science, Data Science and Engineering
    • Amount: 15 awards of $5,000
  • Walman Scholarship Program
    • A scholarship program to encourage and assist students at schools and colleges of Optometry
    • Amount: $5,000
  • We Stand Together: College Scholarship for Stride
    • A scholarship program to assist high school seniors attending an online school that is powered by Stride K12 who plan to continue their education in college or vocational school programs
    • Amount: 2 awards of $25,000
  • Witt Obriens Scholarship and Internship Program for HBCU Students
    • Designed to encourage and develop Black leaders with a career interest in resilience who exhibits interest in a career that builds resilience, such as emergency management, urban planning, crisis communications, engineering, environmental science, public administration, sustainable development, or related fields
    • Amount: A $5,000 scholarship award and a paid $5,000 internship

Regional Scholarships for Black Students

  • Allina Health EMPOWER Scholarship
    • Must be a resident of Minnesota or Western Wisconsin students who are pursuing a career in a medical, healthcare or rehabilitation field
  • Cincinnati Childrens William K. Schubert Minority Nursing Scholarship
    • The goal is to increase the diversity of registered nurses at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. The program grants awards annually to assist with tuition and fees for persons who are preparing to be pediatric registered nurses that provide patient care
    • Amount: $2,750 per year
  • Dominion Energy Educational Equity Scholarship Program
    • For high school seniors or graduates or current college undergraduates residing in one of the following states: CT, OH, WV, VA, MD, NC, SC, ID, WY, UT
    • Amount: 20 awards of $5,000 for 2-year programs and 40 awards of $10,000 for 4-year degrees
  • Future of Chemistry Scholarship – Wilmington Deleware
    • Applicants must live or reside in the Greater Wilmington, Delaware area, plan to enroll in a HBCU and be planning to pursue a degree associated with Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics (STEM); Mechanical Integrity and Quality Assurance (MIQA); or technical/operation manufacturing
    • Amount: Up to 5 awards of $40,000
  • Grand Rapids Community Foundation Scholarships
    • 70+ Scholarships available with varying criteria and amounts to students primarily in the Kent County Michigan area to students bound for or in college, or those pursuing a technical career
  • Illinois CPA Society Scholarships
    • The scholarships recognize accounting students and CPA candidates who demonstrate strong academic performance, leadership qualities, and financial need
    • Amount: Approximately $200,000 annually in scholarships to more than 170 students
  • Marcus Foster Education Institute Scholarship
    • Graduated from a Oakland Unified School District or San Francisco Bay Area high school in last 3 years (Black Young Men applying for College Bound Brotherhood Scholarship only)
    • Amount: Up to $5,000
  • Mary T. Washington Wylie Internship Preparation Program
    • Racial/ethnic minority currently underrepresented in the accounting profession who is an Illinois Resident or non-Illinois Resident and enrolled in a college in Illinois
    • Amount: $500 and access to training, resources, and mentors
  • National Hook-Up of Black Women Scholarship – Atlanta Metro Chapter
    • Purpose is to recognize and honor African-American female and male students who have demonstrated academic excellence, concern for their community and the Black family, and a desire to continue their studies to completion
    • Amount: $1,000
  • Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) Black Scholarship
    • Scholarships to help the next generation of Californians succeed and innovate in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) based majors and other disciplines including Engineering (electrical, mechanical, industrial, environmental, power and/or energy), Computer Science/Information Systems/Cyber Security or Environmental Sciences
    • Amount: Up to $5,000
  • Peachtree Orthopedics Scholarship Program
    • A scholarship program to assist Peachtree Orthopedics employees, employees’ children, and minority students of the greater Atlanta Georgia area who plan to continue their education in college programs
    • Amount: Up to 5 awards of $5,000
  • Sachs Foundation Scholarships
    • The primary mission is to provide educational opportunities to Black and African American residents of Colorado who meet certain academic and financial criteria
    • Amount: Up to $50,000
  • Takeoff Scholarship Program
    • Established to foster greater diversity in the homebuilding, construction, building supply, and professional contracting industries and to help more students from underprivileged backgrounds pursue degrees and careers in the field
    • Applicants are required to live and go to school in Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina or Tennessee
    • Amount: Up to 2 awards of $10,000
  • The PepsiCo Foundation S.M.I.L.E. (Success Matters in Life & Education) Scholarship
    • For students attending one of the following colleges: Westchester Community College in New York, Dallas College in Texas, or City Colleges of Chicago in Illinois and is designed to help students transition from designated partner community colleges to four-year colleges and universities
    • Amount: Up to 25 awards of $25,000 (may be renewed for up to one additional year)
  • Wilma E. Lacy Memorial Scholarship
    • Was a well-known community activist and one of Cincinnati’s first female African-American pharmacists paved the way for other pharmaceutical students of color in working with various organizations at the University of Cincinnati
    • Amount: $1,000
  • Allied Heath/Graduate Scholarship
    • Applicants must be Bedford City/County resident enrolled in a Virginia state allied health program
    • Amount: Up to $1,000 annually for tuition
  • Bay Area Minority Law Student Scholarship
    • Our scholarship program is an expression of our commitment to diversity in legal education and the legal profession. Our recipients have gone on to become associates in firms, in-house counsel, judges and nonprofit leaders
    • Amount: $10,000 per year for 3 years
  • CME Group Foundation Scholars Program
    • Must be enrolled or planning to attend one of the CME Group partner schools in Illinois and majoring in information technology, computer science, finance, data science, cyber security, math, statistics or financial engineering
    • Amount: Up to $20,000
  • ECPI University LIFT Scholarship
    • Applicants must be enrolled at ECPI University with preference given to technology programs, nursing, and other advanced clinical programs
    • Amount: Up to $4,000 for tuition
  • Franklin D. Boyce Health Scholarship
    • Available to residents of the City of Hopewell Virginia and the surrounding areas. Applicants must be attending college in a health-related field such as nurses, pharmacists, physical therapists, occupational therapists, social workers, physicians, radiology/lab technicians, psychologists, health administration, and biologists
    • Amount: $2,500
  • Goldman Sachs Scholarship for Excellence
    • Open to undergraduate juniors pursuing a summer internship at GS (Locations: Atlanta – Boston – Calgary – Chicago – Dallas – Houston – Irving – Jersey City – Los Angeles – Miami – New York – Salt Lake City – San Francisco – Seattle – Toronto – West Palm Beach – Washington, D.C.)
    • Amount: $15,000 toward tuition and academic expenses
  • Hartford Alumnae Chapter Scholarship Program
    • Available for African American female graduating seniors that reside within Hartford County (excluding Bristol and Southington), Windham or Tolland Counties, or within the cities of Cromwell, East Hampton, Colchester or Lebanon, Connecticut
    • Amount: Up to $3,000
  • IUPUC African American Fund Scholarship
    • Student must be an incoming freshman at Indiana University – Purdue University Columbus and must reside in Bartholomew County
    • Amount: $1,000 per year for four years
  • Joseph S. Murphy Scholarship for Diversity in Labor
    • Provides scholarships to students pursuing undergraduate and graduate degrees at the CUNY School of Labor and Urban Studies
    • Amount: up to $30,000 (graduate students) and up to $20,000 (undergraduate students)
  • NetDocuments Work Inspired Scholarship
    • Assists high school seniors or graduates or current college undergraduates who plan to continue their education in college or vocational school programs and currently reside in or are enrolled in college in Utah or Georgia
    • Amount: Up to 3 awards of $10,000
  • NextEra Energy Scholarship for Black Students in SECME
    • A scholarship program to assist eligible Florida high school seniors residing in Palm Beach County, Broward County or Miami-Dade County involved in SECME who plan to continue their education in college
    • Amount: Up to $20,000 awarded $5,000 per year
  • OTR Capital Diversity in Business Scholarship
    • Available to underserved college undergraduates residing in Georgia or Tennessee who plan to enroll in full-time undergraduate study at an accredited two- or four-year college or university
    • Up to 5 awards of $2,800
  • Patriot Equities Scholarship Program
    • A scholarship program to assist high school seniors attending Norristown Area High School in Norristown, PA or Central High School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and plan to continue their education in college or vocational school programs
    • Amount: Up to 2 awards of $5,000 (may be renewed up to 3 years for a total of $20,000)
  • ScottMadden Inspire Scholarship
    • Open to current Black or African American residents of the Atlanta, Boston, and the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill metropolitan areas. Eligible majors include accounting, business administration, computer and information sciences and support services, engineering, finance, logistics, and supply chain management, and certain similar or related fields
    • Amount: 2 awards of up to $10,000
  • Yale New Haven Hospital Nursing and Allied Health Scholarship Program
    • For minority high school seniors from a greater New Haven area high school in the state of Connecticut who plan to enroll in a full-time course of study leading to a degree in Nursing or Allied Health, (Registered Nurse, Pharmacy, Medical Technology, Respiratory Therapy, X-ray Technology, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, or Nuclear Medicine Technology.)
    • Amount: Up to 7 awards of $2,000

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