Scholarship and Financial Aid Accelerated Nursing Programs

Scholarship and Financial Aid Accelerated Nursing Programs

Why did I choose Accelerated Nursing Program ? I was immediately intrigued by the school’s state-of-the-art simulation facilities, the opportunities for a global experience, and the attraction for an intellectually engaging educational experience. I also wanted to be part of a school that believed in fostering interdisciplinary partnerships as I value the variety of perspectives that other disciplines would add to my nursing experience.

Choosing Accelerated Nursing Programs was the most efficient path for me as it gave me a BSN within 1.5 years and the flexibility to complete my Family Nurse Practitioner program within 5 years which is critical to me to develop my nursing skills.

Accelerated Nursing Programs

The Accelerated Nursing Programs is a full-time program for students who wish to become Registered Nurses (RNs). Students with a non-nursing bachelor’s degree are eligible for this program.

Accelerated Nursing Programs
Accelerated Nursing Programs

The accelerated nursing programs offers 3 options, BSN Second Degree, BSN / MSN, and Hillman BSN-PHD, for students beginning their nursing education with the option to complete an MSN or PhD.

This is a pre-license program where all students start with the BSN portion and become a Registered Nurse (RN) in just 15 months after completing the BSN.

Students in the BSN / MSN or Hillman BSN-PHD option will continue to receive the MSN or PhD option.

The accelerated nursing programs offers a range of experiences including a state-of-the-art simulation center, student research opportunities, extensive mentoring, community engagement.

And rigorous clinical experience with renowned hospital partners including the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.

Overviews :

BSN Second Degree

The option is for those who would like to work as an RN before specializing or pursuing advanced practical studies.

BSN graduate students also have the option to begin a graduate degree at Penn while completing the BSN through our enrollment program. Eligible students can apply in the spring semester of the BSN for one of our 11 master’s subjects as well as for dual courses in public health, bioethics and law.

BSN / MSN

The BSN / MSN option is aimed at students who know they are interested in an advanced nursing role and who can confidently identify an area of ​​specialization to pursue.

This program offers some flexibility to students looking to earn multiple degrees. Some of our students take time off from school to gain work experience and then return to the MSN program, while others work full-time as RNs while completing their MSN program courses part-time. We only ask that students complete their MSN degree within five (5) years of their BSN degree date.

Once a student is admitted to a particular MSN program, they can request a program change if their interests change.

Hillman BSN PhD

The Hillman Scholars Program in Nursing Innovation is an accelerated integrated BSN-to-PhD program that aims to produce the next generation of nursing innovators who are committed to making health care more effective, patient-centric and fairer.

Curriculum

Our curriculum combines the scientific principles of health care with clinical experience and offers a parallel integration of theoretical and applied knowledge, a rarity in nursing education

The accelerated nursing programs starts with the BSN at the end of August 2022, the BSN lasts 15 months and ends in December 2023. Below is an overview of the BSN part of the accelerated nursing programs. The length of the MSN depends on the subject, for more information on the MSN options click here. Hillman Scholars can complete the PhD within 3 years of graduation from BSN. Click here for information on the program.

Application and Admission Deadlines

Admission decisions are based on a holistic examination of the application. All aspects of your application, such as academic history and credentials, demonstrated interest in the nursing program, diverse backgrounds, research experience, professional history, healthcare contact, letters of recommendation and more will be reviewed and considered.

Application Deadlines

Applications to participate in August 2022 will be LIVE on August 2, 2021. Penn offers two deadlines for the program, the priority deadline is October 15, 2021 (announcement is late January 2022) and the regular deadline is December 1, 2021 (notification is early March 2022).

Accelerated Nursing Programs
Accelerated Nursing Programs

Admission Requirements:

Application Requirements

As of July 1, 2021, the GRE is no longer required for the Accelerated Nursing Programs (BSN Second Degree, BSN / MSN or Hillman BSN-PhD).

A complete application package consists of:

  • Completed Online Application: Please note that you can only apply for one program option, BSN Second Degree, BSN-MSN, or Hillman BSN-PhD
  • Personal statement: You will receive the question at the beginning of the application process
  • Hillman BSN-PHD: requires two attachments
  • Two letters of recommendation: one must be academic; We strongly encourage you to choose referrers who know you well enough to speak confidently about your abilities and chances of success in this rigorous accelerated nursing programs; all of these must be submitted online using the online application
  • Hillman BSN-PHD: 3 recommendations required
  • Transcripts: Unofficial copies of all of your post-secondary transcripts, including transcripts for any courses you may have attended at a community college or while studying abroad, must be uploaded for review purposes.
  • Official certificates are only required if admission is offered and can be sent electronically (by the issuing institution) or by post (see addresses below). Note: After the first request, it can take up to six weeks for the transcripts sent by post to arrive at the School of Nursing.
  • Video interview: After the application process has started, questions are available to you

Prerequisite Courses

Required courses must start in August 2022; You must have completed all required courses by June 15, 2022.

  • 4 credits Introduction to General Chemistry with a Laboratory
  • 3 credits Introduction to Biology (laboratory is not required)
  • 8 credits for anatomy and physiology with laboratory
  • 4 credits introduction to microbiology with laboratory
  • 3 credits Introduction to Nutrition
  • 3 credits Introduction to Statistics
  • OPTIONAL: 3 Credits of Health Care Ethics (this course can be taken while enrolling in the program at Penn)

We officially approve the transfer credit upon enrollment in the accelerated nursing programs. We strongly recommend that you complete your foundation courses within the last ten years, with the exception of Human Anatomy and Physiology, which we prefer to complete within the last 5 years. All courses must be completed at an accredited institution and have a grade of C or higher. Prerequisite courses can be taken online.

Tips for completing the preliminary courses:

  • To meet the requirements for anatomy and physiology, you can complete two semesters of a combined anatomy or physiology course or separate anatomy and physiology courses, both with a laboratory. Course content should be people based and include labs. We recommend that the course includes a chemistry prerequisite, but it is not required. A comparative anatomy course will NOT meet our requirements.
  • Organic chemistry is not required and does not meet the general chemistry requirements for the program.
  • An introductory course in biology will meet the biology requirement, we recommend that cell biology and molecular genetics content be included in the course.

Registration Fees

A non-refundable fee of US $ 80 must be paid when submitting your application for approval. Fee exemptions are possible after approval. If you would like to apply for a fee waiver, please complete the “Request for fee waiver” section in the “Personal Information” section of the joint application.

Essay

You must submit a complete essay. This is located in the Questions section of the accelerated nursing programs materials in General Application and should be up to 400 words (2500 characters) long.

Letters of Recommendation

One or two professional or academic letters of recommendation are recommended, but not required. Your letter of recommendation should explain your maturity, intellectual potential, and motivation for a career in nursing.

Accelerated Nursing Programs
Accelerated Nursing Programs

To submit a letter of recommendation, once you are in the shared application, follow the instructions. The application provides you with an electronic link that you can send to your recommender. You can then use this link to send your letter of recommendation.

Transcripts

You must submit an official university certificate in a sealed envelope from each college or university you have attended before the application deadline.

Applications with missing certificates will not be checked.
Transcripts can be sent to the following address (not NYU Meyers):

New York University
Study administration
383 Lafayette Street
New York, NY 10003, USA.

Transcripts can also be emailed to Admissions.ops@nyu.edu, but should still have an official stamp, must come from a school official, and must be sent from an official school email address.

Standardized Test Results

Standardized test scores are NOT required for admission to the Accelerated 15 Month BS accelerated nursing programs and will not be used as a factor in your admission decision.

Criminal Background Review Policy

All nursing students must complete a series of clinical learning experiences in order to successfully achieve the learning outcomes for a particular study program. Students must complete a criminal background check and drug test prior to attending clinical learning experiences at an off-campus healthcare facility.

Each clinical setting has guidelines on possible convictions and potential drug use that can discourage students from entering the facility for clinical internship. If a student is not accepted to an assigned internship based on the results of a background check or drug test, NYU Meyers does not guarantee an alternative clinical internship. The college policy requires that students who for any reason fail to meet clinical requirements be discharged from the accelerated nursing programs.

The process of obtaining a nursing license in New York and many other states may involve considering an applicant’s criminal record or other conduct (see the link on NYS License Application).

Criminal convictions and / or records of certain other behaviors may prevent a Nursing student / graduate from being admitted and discourage the Nursing graduate from entering employment as a nurse. NYU Meyers applicants are encouraged to establish admission requirements in the state (s) in which they intend to practice prior to enrollment.

CastleBranch Colleges of Nursing Screening and Clinical Experience Solutions

CastleBranch Colleges of Nursing Screening and Clinical Experience Solutions

CastleBranch has been a preferred AACN provider since 2005 and a leading provider of student background screening solutions. CastleBranch has a proven track record of meeting the specific needs of nursing schools, working with nearly two-thirds of colleges and universities across the country, including 340 AACN schools.

The CastleBranch service is student funded and there is no cost to your school or department. The student simply orders their background check online using a credit card or money order and the results are refunded within days. If your school would prefer to pay for student background checking, New CastleBranch can also raise institutional funding.

CastleBranch Colleges of Nursing

Through this partnership, AACN has negotiated a significant discount for members and their students. There are also discounted rates for teacher and staff screening available for schools.

CastleBranch Colleges of Nursing
CastleBranch Colleges of Nursing

Through this agreement, CastleBranch will contribute to AACN a percentage of the revenue of member institutions that enter into contracts for their services.

These contributions are used to support AACN advocacy and public relations work.

As a member of AACN, your students get a 10% discount, making CastleBranch a smart choice for student background checking.

Note that schools with existing contracts with CastleBranch may not take advantage of this offer.

My CastleBranch ( MyCB ) A Solution

My CastleBranch ( MyCB) A Solution was designed in response to the overwhelming need from your students for a secure, online environment to facilitate order completion and manage their educational, professional and personal information.

A list of all documents required by nursing programs or clinical sites is posted to MyCB in an easy-to-read to-do list for students, accessible during the online order process. All background check, fingerprint and drug test results, as well as immunization records, medical records and important documents are stored online and are accessible by the student at any time. 

The MyCB iPhone and Android applications, built by CastleBranch, makes it easy for students to utilize MyCB features on the go. The app provides access to many of the same features of the web-based MyCB and includes the ability to scan and upload required documents using their iPhone or Android devices.

Provided at no additional cost to AACN members, MyCB helps students better manage their program requirements and prepare for life beyond school with resume, portfolio and reference management tools.

Place Your Order

To place your order go to: CastleBranch

Select the “Place Order” button; then “Please select”; Click Nursing and complete each of the following tabs:

RM98dt – Drug Test

RM98NP – Background Check – Medical Document Manager

During the order process, you will be asked for personal identification information that is required for security or compliance purposes. Providing accurate and comprehensive information is important to the speed with which your order will be completed.

The email address you use when placing your order becomes your username and is the primary means of communication for notifications and messages. Payment methods include: MasterCard, Visa, debit card, electronic check, money order, and installment payments.

Student Immunization Records Management And Document Manager

Student Vaccination Trackers and Quality Assurance are designed to reduce the time and expense involved in managing, storing, and reviewing vaccination, medical, and health certificates for students. As an AACN member, you have the option to register and receive a 35% discount on these services.

Student Immunization Tracker is a secure web-based management system that makes it easy to manage the required student records. Students conveniently upload their documents, send them by post or fax, which are then securely stored online where you and the student can view them. Maintaining your student records and certifications has never been easier.

CastleBranch Colleges
CastleBranch Colleges

The Student Immunization Tracker was designed from the ground up to be fully compliant with all federal laws, including HIPAA and FERPA.

The procedures for collecting, maintaining and storing student vaccination cards follow strict guidelines that protect the rights, safety and confidentiality of your students.

Quality assurance takes it one step further with the Student Immunization Tracker process by having CastleBranch provide you with a professional review of student records.

A certified medical transcriptionist will review all records for you to confirm valid records. If a record is invalid or needs to be edited, we will contact the student directly.

Along with managing student vaccination records, CastleBranch’s Document Manager allows you to keep track of additional student documents such as nursing records, RN licenses, fingerprint results, and CPR certifications. This service further eliminates the need to manage paper documents and provides you with a clean and organized online environment for managing student files.

As with all CastleBranch services, two payment plans are offered, funded by students and schools. Regardless of the payment plan you choose, your school will receive a 35% discount.

AACN Scholarship Program for Students

CastleBranch has partnered with AACN to launch a new scholarship for students in undergraduate and graduate nursing programs. To be eligible, students must attend schools affiliated with CastleBranch or NursingCAS. CastleBranch awards eight student scholarships annually, valued at $ 5,000 each, for a total of $ 200,000 over five years.

To apply, visit the Geraldine “Polly” Bednash Scholarship page.

Free COVID-19 Infectious Disease Compliance Screening Solution

Castlebranch has launched a new digital solution, CB COVID-19 Compliance, which enables AACN members to screen students for fever – a common COVID-19 symptom, information about a student’s travel and exposure to COVID -19 to collect and train to prevent the spread of infectious diseases.

The application follows CDC guidelines and was created in collaboration with a panel of experts, including Dr. George Astrakianakis, former Director of Disease Prevention for the Agency for Health and Safety at Work in Healthcare and an international expert on pandemic infectious diseases policy.

CB COVID-19 Compliance will be available free of charge to AACN members, students and associated healthcare partners through December 2020. 4263 ext. 7225, covid19@castlebranch.com.

To Do Lists

You can now respond to any active notifications or to-do list items, or come back later by logging into your account. You will receive notifications when information is needed to process your order and when the requirements are nearing the due date. Access your account at any time to view order status and completed results. Authorized users at your school have access to view your requirements and compliance status through a separate portal.

Medical Document Manager

Measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR)

One of the following requirements is required:

  • 2 vaccinations (at least 28 days apart)
  • Positive antibody titers for all 3 components (laboratory report required). If the titer is negative or not clear, 2 series of shots must be started.

Varicella (chickenpox)

One of the following requirements is required:

  • 2 vaccinations (at least 28 days apart)
  • Positive antibody titer (laboratory report required). If the titer is negative or not clear, 2 series of shots must be started.

Hepatitis B.

One of the following requirements is required:

  • 3 vaccinations AND positive antibody titer (laboratory report required); If the titer is negative or not clear, 3 series of shots must be started and a new titer submitted.
  • 3 vaccinations and a signed waiver (available from the student office).
  • Positive antibody titer (laboratory report required).

TB skin test (2 steps)

One of the following requirements is required:

  • 2-stage TB skin test (every 1 week to 1 year)
  • QuantiFERON gold or T-spot blood test
    If positive results are positive, contact your caregiver; Provide a clear chest x-ray report (lab report required).
CastleBranch Colleges of Nursing
CastleBranch Colleges of Nursing

Tetanus, Diphtheria, and Whooping Cough (Tdap)

  • There must be proof of a Tdap booster for adults within the last 10 years.

CPR – BLS Certification

  • Must be the American Heart Association Healthcare Provider’s BLS course. Copy must be the front and back of the signed card.

Health insurance

Each August one of the following:

  • Present a copy of the current health insurance card (front and back).
  • OR Signed waiver form (located in the Academic Programs Office).

Influenza

One of the following (done for free through the Research Medical Center):

  • Documentation of a flu vaccination administered during the current flu season
  • OR signed waiver

Confidentiality Statement (go to NU0000 in Blackboard);

  • Upload evidence of the outcome and date of the clinical orientation review and a signed copy of the confidentiality agreement.

Exhibition A, B & C

  • Print out forms (go to NU0000 in Blackboard) and sign Appendices A and B, leaving the facility blank; Just fill in the student information (middle section) on C and enter Camelia Williams, Room 123 at registration and she will sign and upload all 3.

MO State RN License

  • Provide a copy of your current MO RN license or a confirmation of the license from Nursys with an expiration date.

KS State RN license

  • Provide a copy of your current KS RN license or a confirmation of the license from Nursys with an expiry date.

Color Blindness Test (Performed in NU7063 during the Laboratory)

  • The student will attend during the NU7063 lab and the faculty will check in and the registrar will be on CastleBranch. upload

Preceptor Package

  • Don’t forget to give the information about the teacher package to Sherry Owen, room 124.

Scholarships for Undergraduates and Graduate Students

Scholarships For Students

Admittedly, doctoral scholarships are less common than undergraduate scholarships. Doctoral students rely heavily on scholarships for students or assistance – especially in areas with high needs such as nursing or teaching – but these are not available to everyone and do not always cover a doctoral student’s living expenses.

Fortunately, a number of scholarships for students providers are ready to help PhD students finish the final leg of their educational journey by providing a little extra funding. Consider all of the options you are already considering in funding your undergraduate degree (essay scholarships, merit-based awards, student- and profession-specific scholarships, etc.) but broaden your search for organizations and funding opportunities.

Benefits of Scholarships For Students & Application

If you were offered free money, you would take it, wouldn’t you? This is what makes scholarships for students such a great option to pay for graduate school … they never have to be paid back! Plus, there are tons of different scholarships out there for all kinds of people.

Scholarships For Students
Scholarships For Students

The best place to start is Going Merry. How does it work? We’ll compare you to the scholarships you qualify for and you can then apply for those scholarships for students. You can find full information on the Going Merry platform here.

The next step is to speak to your college grant office. You will have a lot of information about local scholarships and awards to qualify for.

For more information on paying for school, check out our comprehensive guide to financial assistance and our step-by-step guide on how to apply for scholarships for students.

Also, here are tips on how to make your scholarship essays stand out, as well as some sample essays from previous winners (including this graduate).

Scholarships For Students

Already registered in a job? Find out what incentives your employer offers for employees pursuing postgraduate studies: Many employers offer some form of tuition reimbursement, and while you will likely have to stay with this company for some time after graduating, it can be a good deal to do. if you plan on doing this anyway.

Do the research because you don’t necessarily have to increase the student loan debt that you took on during your bachelor’s career. See our examples of PhD scholarships and financial support options, and for more information on scholarships by other criteria, do a free scholarship search as many scholarships are open to both undergraduate and graduate students.

College-Based Awards

Colleges know that graduate schools are expensive and many are willing to help. In addition to traditional scholarships for students and scholarship opportunities for PhD students interested in becoming teaching assistants or doing research.

Some universities support their alumni with student discounts for graduate programs and additional certifications and training. St. John’s University. enables dismissed alumni to participate in their graduate programs at half price.

Manchester College allows students who cannot find a job within six months of graduation to receive one year of free coursework. You may be surprised at what your alma mater can offer you, so explore all your options.

Profession-Specific Scholarships

Many organizations offer graduate scholarships for those pursuing a specific field. Nursing and teaching resources for graduate students are the most plentiful, but other career paths could be just as rewarding if you search hard enough.

The American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) Foundation awards the annual Foster G. McGaw Student Fellowship to students enrolled in the final year of a graduate program in health management.

Each scholarships for students is endowed with $ 5,000 and, among other awards for healthcare professionals, the ACHE awards 20 scholarships each year. Make sure you don’t just look for graduate college grants opportunities at your college, especially if you are interested in a high need or a growing area.

Research Grants

If you are pursuing a field of study where research is particularly important, you can get generous funding from both your college and organizations in your field of study that lead the research you are likely to be interested in.

The National Science Foundation offers a Graduate Research Fellowship program that offers opportunities to graduates interested in science, technology, engineering, and math. Fellows are expected to become experts who can contribute to research, teaching, and innovation in engineering. Consider research grants if you are interested in improving the research base of your chosen subject area.

Professional Organizations

Do you belong to a professional organization? Chances are the group will provide scholarships for students opportunities to its members who are interested in graduate studies. The National Political Science Honor Society Pi Sigma Alpha awards five members the annual Howard Penniman Scholarships for graduate study.

Each scholarship is $ 2,000 and must be used for postgraduate studies in political science. The Emergency Nurses Association gives scholarships for students to its members to help them achieve advanced degrees. Look out for the groups you already belong to as you may be missing out on generous funding opportunities.

North American Interfraternal Foundation

Are you more of a social butterfly? Don’t be upset. The North American Interfraternal Foundation awards a number of scholarships to alumni fraternities and student unions (including honorary organizations) attending graduate school.

For example, the Jack Anson Scholarship is awarded annually to those interested in studying student staff, college administration, or their fraternity or fraternity staff to qualify for the $ 1,000 award.

The Lloyd G. Balfour Fellowships are based on academic achievement and social commitment. Up to 10 scholarships between $ 1,000 and $ 5,000 are awarded annually. Use your Greek experience to supplement your graduate school financial student aid package.

Fulbright Program

The Fulbright program aims to strengthen ties between Americans and other countries and is funded by annual Congress funds. There are approximately 1,500 of the student awards, and those who receive the State Department-sponsored scholarships for students can study, research, or teach English in 140 countries.

Scholarships are awarded in all areas and disciplines by the Institute for International Education. Applicants should have a bachelor’s degree or an equivalent qualification before the start of the scholarship, whereby people with many years of professional experience in the area of ​​interest can also be awarded.

Here is Our List of 28 Scholarships For Students

Note that this list is primarily for graduate student scholarships, but many generic third-party scholarships are actually open to high school, college, or beyond students. For this reason, we encourage you to check out some scholarship search engines as well.

1. Rick Guggolz Memorial Grant

Provider: Association of Insurance Compliance Professionals

Amount: $ 1,500

Graduates and students can apply. The scholarships for students supports students with studies in the fields of insurance, actuarial mathematics, economics, finance, management, mathematics, risk management, statistics or a business-related area.

2. Jonathan Lax Fellowship Fund for Gay Men

Provider: Bread & Roses Community Fund

Amount: $ 5,000 or $ 10,000

Founded in 1994 by the late entrepreneur and inventor Jonathan R. Lax with the aim of encouraging gay men to get additional education. $ 5,000 and $ 10,000 study grants are awarded to gay men living or studying in the five-county Philadelphia area (Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia Counties) and Camden County.

3. ASH Foundation Graduate Scholarship

Provider: American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation

Amount: $ 5,000

For students of the Graduate School Communication Sciences and Disorders. Up to 15 graduate scholarships are awarded.

4. Support Creativity Scholarship

Provider: Support creativity

Scholarships For Students
Scholarships For Students

Amount: $ 1,000

This graduate scholarship helps designers, animators, editors, photographers, artists, illustrators, and painters who wish to develop their skills in colleges in NY, NJ, CT, or PA.

5. Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship

Provider: The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans

Amount: $ 25,000 scholarship and 50% of tuition

As a way to support immigrants and the children of immigrants seeking college in the United States. There are no study, university or subject-specific requirements.

6. Scholarship from the Overseas Press Club Foundation

Provider: Overseas Press Club Foundation

Amount: $ 3,000 or funding for the student’s overseas assignment

Graduates and students can apply. To support future foreign correspondents, the Overseas Press Club Foundation selects 12 scholarship holders to award a scholarship or to cover travel expenses.

7. Hertz Foundation Graduate Scholarship

Provider: Hertz Foundation

Amount: Total Tuition Amount + $ 32,000 USD 9 Month Personal Scholarship

The Hertz Foundation’s Graduate Scholarship aims to provide students with the funding they need to complete Ph.D. Research. Students also receive lifelong advice and the network of members of the Hertz community. The university must be a participating school, or students can apply for another school to be approved by the foundation. This award can be renewed annually.

8. Violet and Cyril Franks Scholarship

Provider: American Psychological Foundation

Amount: $ 5,000

The student grants were created with a focus on treating mental illness. The APF Violet and Cyril Franks scholarships for students supports graduate-level research projects that use a psychological perspective to understand and reduce stigma associated with mental illness.

9. Oncology Nursing Foundation Master’s Scholarship

Provider: Oncology Nursing Foundation and Oncology Nursing Certification Corporation

Amount: $ 5,000

PhD students must attend or apply for an NLN or CCNE accredited nursing school. Students may currently be a registered nurse or have a degree in another field.

10. Prospanica Foundation Scholarship

Provider: Prospanica Foundation

Amount: up to $ 5,000

Graduates and students can apply. The foundation supports individuals with Hispanic heritage who are pursuing higher education at an accredited business school. Students must be US citizens, legal permanent residents, or DACA recipients. You must be a member, but luckily, student memberships are discounted by 50% during the scholarship period.

11. Davis Putter Scholarship

Provider: Davis Putter Scholarship Fund

Amount: $ 15,000

Graduates and students can apply. The scholarship helps students who advocate social and economic justice. The scholarship is even available to incarcerated student activists.

12. Home Design Grant

Provider: Houzz

Amount: $ 2,500

Students who are studying interior design, architecture or landscape architecture and who are enthusiastic about professional work in residential construction can apply. Houzz also offers other scholarships for students related to sustainable design, women, and construction management.

Scholarships For Students
Scholarships For Students

13. Stephen K. Hall ACWA Fellowship in Water Law and Policy

Provider: Association of California Water Authorities

Amount: $ 7,000

Students with a degree in water law and politics or in public administration can apply for this generous scholarships for students.

Students should have relevant professional goals, attend full-time school, and demonstrate academic achievement.

14. Barbara A. Cooley Masters Scholarship

Provider: SHAPE America

Amount: $ 1,000 and one-year SHAPE America student membership

Students who are enrolled in health courses can apply. Students interested in current and future topics are encouraged to apply.

15. Thomas J. Henry Leadership Scholarship Program (Summer 2021, Fall 2021)

Provider: Thomas J. Henry

Amount: $ 1,000

Students aged 18 and over (from high school to graduate school) can apply. Budding personal injury attorneys are encouraged to apply. This scholarships for students to motivate others in and out of the classroom.

16. Akin Law Office Academic Scholarship

Provider: Akin Law Firm

Amount: $ 2,500

Graduates and students can apply. This scholarship supports law students. Akin Law Firm wants students to create a “Distracted Driving Family Plan” to proactively avoid the chances of distracted driving.

17. Goldman Sachs MBA Scholarship

Provider: Goldman Sachs

Amount: $ 35,000 + Summer Internship Salary + $ 40,000 upon completion of the program

Goldman Sachs offers one of the most competitive scholarships for students of PhD in their first year of their MBA. To qualify, students must be either a woman or a woman or a man of Black, Hispanic / Latin American, or Native American descent.

Students in Atlanta, Boston, Calgary, Chicago, Dallas, Greenwich, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Philadelphia, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, Seattle, West Palm Beach and Washington D.C. can apply.

18. Inspire our Future Teaching Grant

Provider: Teacher.org

Amount: $ 500

Teacher.org aims to inspire the next generation of teachers. This $ 500 award is available to both aspiring teachers and current teachers hoping to continue their education.

19. (ISC) ² Graduate Scholarship

Provider: Cybersecurity and Education Center

Amount: $ 5,000

This flexible graduate scholarship is created to support students pursuing a degree in cybersecurity or information security. Students can be full-time or part-time and attend school either online or on campus based. US citizenship is not required.

20. AACC International Scholarship Program

Provider: AACC International

Amount: $ 3,000

For graduate students interested in grain-based food science and technology, this $ 3,000 scholarships for students provides funding for graduate-level research. Candidates must be full-time students enrolled in a university doing relevant research and current AACCI members.

21. Albert W. Dent Student Scholarship

Provider: American College of Healthcare Executives

Amount: $ 5,000

This minority graduate scholarship is designed to help those enrolled in a health management graduate program. Preference is given to Student Associates from the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE).

22. Foster G. McGaw Student Fellowship

Provider: American College of Healthcare Executives

Amount: $ 5,000

Another scholarships for students offered by the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) is this $ 5,000 award for graduate students enrolled in a health management program. Student associates from the ACHE (American College of Healthcare Executives) are preferred.

23. AHLEF Graduate Scholarship

Provider: American Hotel & Lodging Educational Foundation

Amount: $ 5,000

Both full-time and part-time students are eligible for this $ 5,000 scholarship. Candidates should either have a college degree in hospitality OR have enrolled in college after completing undergraduate hospitality or have four years of hospitality experience after graduation.

24. Frederic G. Melcher Scholarship

Provider: American Library Association

Scholarships For Students
Scholarships For Students

Amount: $ 7,500

Students pursuing an MLS degree and interested in working in the children’s library can receive these PhD scholarships.

Upon graduation, recipients must commit to working with children for one year and becoming members of both the American Library Association (ALA) and the Association for Library Service to Children.

25. Eckenfelder Scholarship

Provider: Brown and Cadwell

Amount: $ 5,000

College juniors and seniors, as well as graduate students pursuing environmentally-related careers, can apply for this $ 5,000 scholarship. The students must have a declared major in civil, chemical, mechanical, electrical or environmental engineering or one of the environmental sciences.

26. Edward C. Bryant Fellowship

Provider: American Statistical Association

Amount: $ 2,500

This graduate scholarship was created to support PhD students who excel in survey statistics. Students must have experience with survey statistics and demonstrate academic excellence throughout the course.

27. Gertrude M. Fox Fellowship

Provider: American Statistical Association

Amount: $ 1,000

The Gertrude M. Fox Scholarship is awarded by the ASA Committee on Women in Statistics and the Caucus for Women in Statistics. It was established in 1989 to encourage women to pursue statistics-related jobs.

28. Jack G. Shaheen Scholarship for Mass Communication

Provider: American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee

Amount: $ 2,500

Arab-American students who are juniors, seniors, or graduate students can apply for this scholarship. Students must study journalism, television, radio, and / or film to be eligible.