Scholarships for Minorities

These scholarships aim to support and promote students belonging to various minorities and help them find secure and fulfilling places in different areas of society.

Regardless if they are based on religion, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, race, health or wealth, minorities must be given equal opportunities to develop and express themselves, as well as helped to avoid any type of discrimination.

These programs, combining financial support with ongoing personal assistance, are ideally fine-tuned for accomplishing these goals and, thus, for contributing to the emergence of a truly tolerant and democratic multicultural society.

Ninety renewable scholarships with amounts between $1,000 and $5,000 for outstanding minority students majoring in accounting.
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It was in 1972 when the American Indian Nurse Scholarship Award Program was created. Its main goal is to help the American Indians continue their studies in nursing course. In return to the community the scholars are anticipated to provide community services to the American Indians.
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It was in 2009 when the Annie S. Alexander Memorial Scholarship was created in order to give students who are under nursing programs the chance to pursue their college course with aid financially. This program was in lieu of the memory of Annie Alexander who advocate the health care enhancement s...
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Between two and five annual need-based scholarships for students of African American, Native American, Alaskan, Asian American, Pacific Islander or Latino/Hispanic descent to assist with their college undergraduate or graduate education in the fields of nutrition, physical activity or culinary arts.
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The CBC Foundation offers a scholarship worth $3,000, renewed annually. Scholarships are awarded to students for the visual and decorative arts. Application for the scholarship is open to U.S citizens and those residing in the U.S on a permanent basis.
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A $500 scholarships for high-school, undergraduate or graduate students of Asian descent who are enrolled in a higher education program in the United States.
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Through the generosity of David M. Hersey Endowment Fund, the scholarship program called EMPOWER Scholarship was established. The foundation is administered by the Courage Kenny Foundation who supports students in their education in medical courses or rehabilitation major.
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The Entertainment Software Association offers scholarships worth $3,000. The scholarship is renewed annually and is aimed to support women and minority groups in pursuit of computer and video game arts careers. Eligible candidates are enrolled in accredited universities in the U.S for a four-y...
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Four $1,000 scholarships awarded to high-school seniors from the Los Angeles Unified School District who are currently admitted to a two- or four-year college or university. Preference will be given to students of color who are or previously have been in foster care, undocumented, homeless, group...
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Several merit-based scholarships ranging from $500 to $5,000 for high-school seniors and undergraduate/graduate students of Hispanic origin.
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The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans is committed for the support of immigrant students in pursuit of graduate studies. The organization offers thirty (30) scholarship awards to eligible applicants, in various courses of their choice. The financial support for each scholars...
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Annual scholarships for undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in a teacher/education academic program, created to foster academic achievement among young American minority scholars and advance educational equity and multicultural understanding.
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An annual  $5,000 scholarship for talented Native Americans who are admitted to already enrolled in an undergraduate program at an accredited college or university and are planning to work with a tribe or nation in the field of Social Service or Education.
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A $2,000 scholarship offered by the Hecht Walker law firm (led by Greg Hecht and Mark Walker) to ambitious and intelligent United States citizens between 14 and 40 years of age, enrolled in high-school, or pursuing undergraduate or graduate degrees at colleges and universities or pertaining to a ...
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Providing information in  achieving better success by giving scholarship funds is the aim goal of The Hispanic Scholarship Fund College Scholarships. One of the largest giver for fund as financial aid to Hispanic students is Hispanic Scholarship Fund organization. One good thing in applying sc...
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The Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago Academic Scholarship understands how hard it is to pursue studies in college with financial constraints. Apparently the organization is there to help aid deserving students financially upon continued college degree course. With the help of the foun...
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