- Renewable: Yes
- Number of Awards: 1
- Award Amount: $5,000
- Website: http://www.csdiw.org/scholarships.html
- Phone: Not Available
- Fax: Not Available
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Address: Not Available
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.
The Continental Society Daughters of Indian Wars is an organization aiming to assist and encourage the preservation of records/historical sites related to Native Americans and immigrant American Ancestors, as well as to strengthen the fellowship and encourage the cooperation between their descendants. Moreover, the society aims to help enforcing the treaties and laws between the State/Government and Native American tribes, as well as to publish a lineage book of the names and details of the ancestors of current members of the society.
They offer an annual scholarship of $5,000 to promising Native Americans admitted to or already enrolled in an undergraduate program at an accredited college or university, who are planning to work with a tribe or nation in the field of Social Service or Education.
The deadline for the application is June 15, 2020 and applications for the renewal of the scholarship are accepted between April 1, 2020 and June 15, 2020.
- Applicants should be enrolled tribal members
- They must be either admitted to or currently enrolled in an accredited college or university for pursuing an undergraduate degree
- They must maintain a 3.0 average GPA and carry at least 10 quarter hours or 8 semester hours
How to Apply
To receive more details regarding the application process, interested candidates should contact by email the Nona Quinn, the Scholarship Chairman (email@example.com)
In order to qualify for the renewal of the scholarship, students should provide between April 1, 2020 and June 15, 2020 the following documents:
- A statement of financial need (written)
- A verification of the current address
- An official transcript for the last two semester or three quarters of academic work