Grad School Scholarships for Women

More and more women all over the world are seeking graduate degrees to enter into professional careers. When coupled with life’s challenges, such as balancing work and family, furthering a career in a struggling economy or entering into professions traditionally dominated by men, finding a way to pay for these added years of schooling can be difficult. Fortunately there are a number of organizations and corporate foundations that provide grants and scholarships aimed directly at women.

National and International Women’s Organizations

Important sources of postgraduate funding for women are national and international women’s organizations. Regardless of field of study, these organizations promote the advancement of women around the world through advocacy and education. Several of these organizations provide grants, scholarships and fellowships to women as a way to empower women through education.

American Association of University Women

A national network of professional women, with 1,000 branches and 500 college and university partners, the AAUW promotes equality for women by providing financial support for education and research. Interested students can apply online and are required to pass an eligibility quiz for access to the application.

AAUW American Fellowships

The AAUW provides two types of fellowship awards to American women.

  • Dissertation Fellowships: Awards $20,000 to doctoral candidates for completing dissertation work. To be considered for this fellowship, candidates must have an approved research proposal, completed all coursework and exams, and may not have received fellowship funds in the previous year. Applicants in the fields of science, math, engineering, technology or gender studies are strongly urged to apply.
  • Postdoctoral Research Leave Fellowships: Awards $30,000 for a year of support for women conducting research after receiving a doctoral degree. Recipients can use this award in the fields of arts and humanities, social sciences and natural sciences.

AAUW Career Development Grants

Awards between $2,000 and $12,000 to women college graduates looking to advance or change their careers through postgraduate education. Eligibility requirements include U.S. citizenship or permanent resident status and enrollment in a program necessary for professional employment.

AAUW International Fellowships

As a way to advance the status of women on a global level, the AAUW awards graduate and postgraduate fellowships to women that are not permanent residents or citizens of the U.S. for study in American colleges and universities. Award amounts include $18,000 for master’s or professional degrees, $20,000 for doctoral degrees, and $30,000 for postdoctoral work or research.

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent
  • Full-time enrollment in a master’s or doctoral program at an accredited institution or proof of a doctorate degree to receive a postdoctoral research fellowship
  • Intention to seek a professional career in their home country

AAUW Selected Professions Fellowships

Designed to promote the equality of women in fields normally dominated by men, the AAUW awards fellowship grants between $5,000 and $18,000 for a year of coursework to women pursuing a master’s or professional degree in underrepresented fields.

The AAUW selects recipients in two groups: the Science and Technology Group, which awards funds for a year of coursework in the fields of architecture, computer science, engineering and mathematics; and the Focus Professions Group, which awards funds to African-American women pursuing degrees in business administration, law and medicine.

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Professional potential with intent to contribute to the advancement of women through mentorship or social activities
  • Full-time enrollment at an accredited U.S. institution
  • Demonstration of financial need

International Federation of University Women (IFUW)

Believing that equality for women depends strongly on education, the IFUW is a global organization of national federations and associations (NFAs) for women. The IFUW promotes the advancement of women through grants and fellowship awards to women worldwide. Women can apply for grants and fellowships through the NFA in their home country or become an independent member of the IFUW.

IFUW Conchita Poncini Jimenez International Human Rights Fellowship

Dedicated in honor of Ms. Jimenez, the IFUW Representative to the United Nations from 1994 until her death in 2011, the CPJ fellowship awards funds for research to women working to prevent violence and promote human rights for all women.

Eligibility Requirements:

  • IFUW or NFA membership
  • Students within the second or later years of a doctoral program or postdoctoral studies
  • Prior admission to the proposed place of study or research before application
  • Meeting any other requirements of the home NFA

Interested applicants can visit www.ifuw.org for more information.

The Philanthropic Educational Organization

The P.E.O. Sisterhood is a group of six philanthropic programs and scholarship funds that provide educational opportunities for women. Two of these programs assist female students at the graduate and postgraduate levels:

  • International Peace Scholarship (IPS): provides scholarships to international women to attend graduate school in the United States or Canada
  • P.E.O. Scholar Awards (PSA): a merit-based award for U.S. or Canadian women pursuing a doctoral degree or participating in postdoctoral research

P.E.O. International Headquarters
3700 Grand Avenue
Des Moines, Iowa 50312
Phone: 515-255-3153
Fax: 515-255-3820

ZONTA International

A global organization committed to improving the status of women worldwide, Zonta International awards scholarships to women through donations and bequests of members. The Zonta International Foundation administers two sources of funding for graduate women for receiving advanced degrees.

Jane M. Klausman Women in Business Scholarship

This scholarship assists women pursuing both undergraduate and master’s degrees in business management. Recipients may use the award money to pay for tuition, living expenses or books. Open to women at the club, district and international levels, it awards funds to women studying both at a traditional institution and those studying online.

Amelia Earhart Fellowship

Established in 1938, this portable fellowship awards $10,000 to 35 recipients each year for advanced studies in the fields of aerospace engineering, and is open to women of any nationality. Recipients may use this award for pursuing a PhD or doctoral degree, but may not use it for postdoctoral research.

Interested applicants can visit www.zonta.org.

Educational Foundation for Women in Accounting

The EFWA offers two graduate scholarships and one postgraduate scholarship that provide financial support to women pursuing a professional degree in accounting:

  • Institute of Management Accounts: awards $1,000 to female graduate students, as well as a CMA Learning System kit, and a one-year student membership to the IMA.
  • Moss Adams Foundation: $1,000 for minority women.
  • Laurels Fund: established in 1978, this scholarship awards $1,000-$5,000 for women pursuing a PhD in accounting that have completed comprehensive exams. Selections are made on the basis of scholastic merit, service or volunteer work and financial need.

Visit the EFWA online for further information.

American Society of Women Accountants

Established in 1938, ASWA seeks to further the role of women in the fields of accounting and finance. ASWA offers scholarships for master’s programs that are open to the public and scholarships designated solely for ASWA members.

Accounting students enrolled in master’s programs can apply within geographical region chapters. ASWA members can apply for a research scholarship for women in PhD programs.

Women in Defense Horizons Scholarship

This scholarship offers aid to women employed or planning careers in the fields of defense and national security, and is awarded based upon academic achievement, work experience, objectives, recommendations and financial need. Allowed fields of study include security studies, military history, government relations, engineering, computer science, physics, mathematics, business, law, economics, international studies, and political science.

Eligibility Requirements:

  • U.S. citizenship
  • Full or part-time enrollment in an accredited degree program
  • Minimum GPA of 3.25
  • Proven financial need

Interested students can apply onlineor contact Women in Defense at:

WID Horizons
2111 Wilson Blvd, Suite 400
Arlington, VA 22201-3061

American Planning Association Judith McManus Price Scholarship

In memory of Ms. Price, a planner until her death in 2001, the APA awards this scholarship to support women and minorities in the field of planning. Selection for this scholarship is based upon the level of commitment to planning, academic achievement, letters of recommendation, financial need and professional presentation.

Eligibility Requirements:

  • U.S. citizenship
  • Enrollment in a planning program accredited by the Planning Accreditation Board
  • Intention to practice planning in the public sector
  • Demonstration of financial need

Interested students can contact:

APA Judith McManus Scholarship
Attn: Kriss Blank, Leadership Affairs Associate
205 N. Michigan Ave., Suite #1200
Chicago, IL 60601
kblank@planning.org

STEM Discipline Grants and Scholarships for Graduate Women

Standing for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math, STEM disciplines are fields of study in which women have been traditionally underrepresented. As a way to balance the scales in these fields, there are many professional women’s organizations and private corporations that offer grants and scholarships to women seeking advanced degrees in STEM disciplines.

Association for Women in Science

AWIS Educational Awards are between $1,000 and $3,000 to women working or studying within a STEM discipline for travel expenses incurred when attending a conference or receiving specialized training away from home. These awards can be used for registration, transportation, housing, per diem or dependent care. Available to graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, or a woman employed in a STEM field. Interested students can apply for AWIS Educational Awards online.

L’Oreal USA/UNESCO “For Women in Science” Fellowship Programs

The L’Oreal Foundation in conjunction with UNESCO awards fellowship grants to encourage the advancement of women in scientific research.

  • International Fellowships: Awards up to $40,000 for toward doctoral or postdoctoral research in the life sciences. Three beneficiaries are chosen from each of five international regions: Africa, Arab States, Asia/Pacific, Latin America/Caribbean and North America/Europe.
  • National and Regional Fellowships: Awards fellowships for research to women at the doctoral level within their native countries or regions. See the list of 54 countries and contacts for information on the national fellowships available through L’Oreal and UNESCO.

Google Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship offered in memory of Dr. Anita Borg, the founder of the Institute of Women and Technology, offers financial awards to undergraduate and graduate women, encouraging advancement and leadership for women in the fields of technology and computer sciences. Recipients receive $10,000 for one academic year with selection based on achievement and demonstrated leadership.

In addition to scholarships offered in the United States, Google also offers scholarships in Africa, Asia, Australia, Canada, Europe, Middle East and New Zealand. Recipients are also invited to attend Google’s annual Scholar’s Retreat.

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Full-time enrollment in a Computer Science or Computer Engineering (or related field) program at a university in the U.S.
  • Minimum 3.5/4.0 or 4.5/5.0 GPA

Interested students can fill out the Dr. Anita Borg Scholarship online application.

Microsoft Research Graduate Women’s Scholarship Program

Helping to increase the number of women PhD candidates, the Microsoft Research Graduate Women’s Scholarship Program offers $15,000 for one academic year of study and $2,000 for travel expenses to one conference for women in the fields of Computer Science, Electrical Engineering or Mathematics.

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Nomination by the recipient’s university, confirmed by the department chair
  • Full-time attendance of a U.S. or Canadian institution
  • Enrollment in the first year of an accredited graduate program

Applications for this scholarship must be made online by the nominating department chair and must include the applicant’s curriculum vitae and three letters of recommendation from established researchers familiar with the applicant’s research.

Society of Women Engineers (SWE)

Established in 1950, the SWE promotes the role of women in engineering by providing support for education and research. The SWE Scholarship Program makes funds available to women interested in pursuing careers in engineering, technology or computer science. In addition to undergraduate scholarships, graduate women can apply for several awards by filling out the central SWE online application and uploading a current academic transcript with the SWE.

Eligibility Requirements:

  • U.S. citizenship or permanent resident status
  • Full-time enrollment or acceptance to an ABET-accredited engineering or computer science program
  • Minimum 3.0 GPA

The following SWE Section Scholarships are open to graduate women:

Ada I. Pressman Memorial Scholarship

Awards $5,000, renewable for five years, and is open to all engineering majors. U.S. citizenship required.

Applied Computer Security Associates Cybersecurity Scholarship

Awards $10,000 to women studying computer science and security. Selection based on coursework, outside study and work experience in security. U.S. citizenship required.

Caterpillar Scholarship

Available to women authorized to work in the U.S. in Regions C, D, H or I. Awards $2,400 to 3 women studying:

  • Agricultural engineering
  • Chemical engineering
  • Computer engineering
  • Electrical engineering
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Materials science engineering
  • Industrial engineering

Cummins Inc. Scholarship

Awards $1,000 to 2 women studying:

  • Automotive engineering
  • Chemical engineering
  • Computer engineering
  • Electrical engineering
  • Industrial engineering
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Manufacturing engineering
  • Materials science

Fran O’Sullivan Women in Lenovo Leadership Scholarship

Awards $7,500 to one woman for travel expenses for attending annual conference. Open to all engineering majors.

Intel Corporation Scholarship

Awards $5,000 to 2 recipients, with a preference toward women in underrepresented groups or minorities in Arizona, California, Colorado, Massachusetts, New Mexico, Oregon or Washington. SWE membership and U.S. citizenship required. Available to women studying:

  • Chemical engineering
  • Computer science or engineering
  • Electrical engineering
  • Industrial engineering
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Manufacturing engineering
  • Materials science

Jill S. Tietjen P.E. Scholarship

Awards $1,500 to one recipient. Available to all engineering majors that are U.S. citizens.

Lydia I. Pickup Memorial Scholarship

Awards $3,000 to one recipient and is available to all engineering majors.

Susan E. Stutz-McDonald Foundation Scholarship

Awards $1,500 to one recipient, with preference given to women concentrating on water or wastewater engineering. Acceptable majors include:

  • Environmental engineering
  • Chemical engineering
  • Civil engineering

SWE Baltimore-Washington Section Scholarship

Awards $1,000 to one recipient for schools in Washington D.C., Maryland and Virginia. SWE membership and U.S. citizenship required and is open to all engineering majors.

SWE Central Illinois Section Scholarship

Awards $1,000 to one recipient in any engineering major. SWE membership and U.S. citizenship required. College or home address within the boundaries of the Central Illinois Section. (Zip codes beginning with 609, 614-619, 623, 625-627)

SWE Mid-Hudson Section Scholarship

Awards $1,000 to one recipient, with a preference to women with both home and school in New York. Available to all engineering majors.

Past Presidents Scholarships

Awards $1,500 to two recipients in any engineering field of study. U.S. citizenship required.

SWE Region H Scholarships

Awards $1,000 to one recipient and $1,500 to another. Selection dependent upon level of involvement with the SWE, including volunteer work and years of service. SWE membership required and must attend school in North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois or Indiana.

Carol Stephens Region F Scholarship

Awards $1,000 to a student studying engineering at a college or university located within Region F or a woman who resides within Region F. This region includes Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine and Upstate (eastern) New York.

SWE Betty Lou Bailey Region F Scholarship

Awards $1,500 to one recipient, with first choice given to women attending school in Region F. Second choice given to women residing in Region F (six New England States and upstate New York).

Henry Luce Foundation-Clare Boothe Luce Graduate Fellowship

Awards $20,000 to one recipient that is a member of the SWE and worked in a SWE leadership role during undergraduate studies. The recipient must have gained admission to a PhD in engineering program and plans to teach at the college or university level.

Verizon Software Engineering Scholarship

Awards $5,000 to two recipients, with preference given to women with disabilities. U.S. citizenship required. Acceptable majors include:

  • Computer engineering
  • Computer science
  • Electrical engineering
  • Industrial engineering
  • Mechanical engineering

ViaSat Software Engineering Scholarship

Awards $2,200 to one recipient attending school or residing in California, Washington D.C., Maryland or Massachusetts. Available to computer science majors.

American Physical Society M. Hildred Blewett Fellowship

Established from a bequest from Blewett, this fellowship awards up to $45,000 to women returning to physics research after a significant interruption. Recipients may use the award for tuition, fees, dependent care, travel, or equipment.

Eligible recipients must be a permanent resident or citizen of the U.S. or Canada and have completed work toward a PhD. Selection criteria is based upon qualificiations before the interruption, steps taken to return to research, future plans and scholarly significance of the planned research. Interested applicants can visit the M. Hildred Blewett Fellowship page at aps.org.

AT&T Labs Fellowship Program

Designed to expand the role of women and minorities in the computing or communications fields, the ALFP awards three-year fellowships to deserving candidates for pursuing a PhD. The fellowship money can go toward the paying of tuition and fees, books, travel (pending approval), living expenses and attending scientific conferences. The program also provides AT&T research mentors for each recipient, fostering personal and professional interactions.

Eligibility Requirements:

  • U.S. citizenship or permanent resident status
  • Enrollment or plan of enrollment in a graduate program leading to a PhD in computer science, math, statistics, electrical engineering, operations research, systems engineering, industrial engineering, or related fields

Interested students can apply online and send supporting materials to:

AT&T Labs Fellowship Administrator, Room C103
180 Park Avenue
Florham Park, NJ 07932-0971

Association for Women Geoscientists Chrysalis Scholarship Fund

This scholarship provides assistance to graduate women in the field of geosciences returning to their education after a significant interruption. Recipients may receive up to $2,000 to cover the costs associated with completing a thesis or dissertation. The award can be used to pay education-related expenses not covered by research funding, such as dependent care, drafting fees, travel, or late-stage research analysis.

Interested students can apply via email to chrysalis@awg.org with a letter describing cause of the interruption and goals for the future, as well as two letters of recommendation from a thesis advisor or another scientist.

For further information, contact:

Association for Women Geoscientists
12000 N. Washington St., Suite 285
Thornton, Colorado 80241
Phone: 303-412-6219, Fax 303-253-9220

Dr. Nancy Foster Scholarship Program

Offered through the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, this scholarship supports graduate-level research in the fields of oceanography, marine biology and marine archaeology. Honoring the life’s work of Dr. Foster after her death in June 2000, the scholarship may support master’s students for two years and doctoral students for four years.

Eligibility Requirements:

  • U.S. citizenship
  • Full-time enrollment each semester
  • Minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA

Interested applicants can visit grants.gov for further information.

NASA Harriet G. Jenkins Pre-Doctoral Fellowship Project

Offered through the United Negro College Fund Special Programs Corporation and created in honor of Ms. Jenkins, who served as the Assistant Administrator for Equal Opportunity Programs at NASA, this fellowship offers support to women and minorities who are full-time graduate students in the STEM disciplines. Awards include $24,000 annually for PhD Fellows, $18,000 annually for Master’s Fellows, $8,500 tuition offset and $8,000 for a research stipend.

Eligibility Requirements:

  • U.S. citizenship
  • Graduating seniors or first or second year master’s students and first- through third-year doctoral students
  • Minimum 3.0 GPA

Applications can be made to NASA student opportunities at intern.nasa.gov.

Dassault Falcon Jet Corporation Scholarship

In conjunction with the Women in Corporate Aviation, this scholarship awards $1,000 to both undergraduate and graduate women seeking a degree in aviation-related fields.

Eligibility Requirements:

  • U.S. citizenship
  • Minimum 3.0 GPA
  • One-page essay detailing both past experiences and future goals
  • Fluency in English

Applications can be made to wca2012scholarship@gmail.com.

26 Responses to “Grad School Scholarships for Women”
  1. ihemedu chidinma
    09.12.2012

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  2. JESSICA ISMAT
    09.23.2012

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      03.01.2014

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  3. Alice namuchwa
    10.04.2012

    I am a Ugandan a single mother in my first year doing MBCHB, at Kampala International University, I am afraid I may not complete my course due to financial constrantes, is there a way I can be assissted?
    I will be very gratefull.
    Thanks.

    Alice Namuchwa.

  4. Alice namuchwa
    10.04.2012

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  5. Lizeth
    01.28.2013

    Please send me information for the mentioned scholarships or, how we can get information on the scholarships.
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  6. Adenike Fulani
    02.27.2013

    God bless you for a wonderful job you are doing for women, i am a christian woman from Nigeria.i am 43 years old married with a girl,i have diploma in secretariat study,in agreement with my husband i want to study more and have my first degree and master in social work or related field.finacing the education is my problem, i am willing to study more .please help to secure full scholarship,please help dont let me rot away in silence without help.i shall expect from you.

  7. Klyeen
    03.10.2013

    Hello, I need assistance with locating scholarships for completing graduate schools. I am switching careers so I am looking for scholarships that can help with paying my tuition.

  8. Mbabazi Biira Evelyn
    03.13.2013

    Hello
    I grew up in problems but managed to complete my s.6 through hardships that sometimes make me cry. Through that long vacation plus the stress i was pregnanted and gave birth. I am only 21 years. I believe God’s mercy is still on me. I would like a heavenly sent person to sponsor me in doing my bachelors degree.
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  9. pepertua
    04.23.2013

    I am fro Cameroon and really with to be sponsored for such an education.will be very have if a chance is available for me.
    Thanks

  10. mercy caleb tel 0703465015
    04.23.2013

    i am a Kenyan girl aged 17 just completed my high school in 2012 and am interested in pursuing a career in dental surgery or chemistry or pharmaceutical chemistry. my mother passed away and only my father has brought up the four of us three brothers and myself and his income is below 5000$ per year and therefore unable to pay for my tuitionb fee and upkeep in clooege. I AM appealing to groups or organisations that sponsor women interested in pursuing further education to be able to compete with men in what has been a male-dominated field.

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  11. Geneve Everhart
    05.13.2013

    Hi, I’m currently going to Graduate school for Counseling Psychology and would love the help. I have no support from my family and I’m completely on my own. My goal is to be a social worker/counselor for at-risk homeless youth.

    I would greatly appreciate the help.

    Geneve Everhart

  12. selamawit abate
    07.11.2013

    im so glad to see such kind of school only for women if u allow me and send me the wt u need i wish one of the student in this school

  13. Jovy
    08.20.2013

    Hi,
    I am over 30 years old, female, Nigerian. I have BSc in Business Administration through distance learning. I got Direct Entry that got me starting from Year 3. I graduated with CGPA of 3.81. I want to further my education in Sociology or or International Relations, in US or Canadian University, but I’m financially trapped now.

    Please, how would I get the assistance to further my education?

    Thank you.
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  14. Valeria Gonzalez
    09.12.2013

    I have a BS in Nursing from University of Utah. Planning in applying to graduate school for my Nurse Practitioner. The program is a doctorate and it lasts 3 years. I currently work full time plus another extra job to support my two kids. One of them has mental retardation and needs 24 hours care. I don’t receive help from any where because as a Nurse I don’t qualify. I don’t have any other income but what I bring home. Any help out there will be extremally apprecciated. I am originally from Chile, fluent in Spanish.

  15. Dani Walton
    09.25.2013

    I am in my second year as a graduate student at Marymount University studying Forensic Psychology. My GPA is 3.90. I am working two jobs, and the work load has become overwhelming. I am a receptionist at an Engineering Firm during the week, and a waitress on Saturdays. I need to take a couple months off from the waitress job. Not working on Saturdays would cost me grocery money, about $2,000 for 2 1/2 months. If anyone would like to help, I would be very grateful.

  16. Marla Williams-Barnes
    10.22.2013

    Hi I am a Deaf Teacher for Special Needs students at a deaf school but no longer in school due to expiration date of my teacher cred permit. I lost my job due to misguidance by my university by taking wrong CSET requirements and causing me lose my job because they said I have to take other exams to get my student internship. I am 4 classes before I graduate. I have 3.8 GPA. I need help with my student loan because I am not currently working and have 4 kids to support. I would appreciate anyone who could help me get out of this mess and so I can get back to teaching special needs students whom I love and miss so much daily.

  17. Faith Sanchez
    02.06.2014

    Good day! I’m from the Philippines and I am interested to the scholarships that you are offering especially to women. Kindly please do response. thanks and Godbless

  18. lydia
    02.10.2014

    I am a single mother, i would like to further my studies with a degree in Business Administration but i don’t have enough funds to cater for my children and myself. I am interested in your grant opportunity, how can i get in touch with you. Thank you.

  19. Kedibone
    02.21.2014

    Hi, my name is Kedibone Mnisi, i have completed my grade 12 last year 2013 and i currently have no financial assistance to further my education at a tertiary level, please help me with finance so i could futher my studies in psychology

  20. Susan Mordecai
    03.17.2014

    I am leaving the field of special education to devote my efforts to teaching Social Emotional Learning, specifically Mindful Education. While transitioning I am seeking funding for a Master’s in Psychology. I will be 60 years young when I begin my studies, I am a widow and will have a limited income. If you can help me or send me in the direction, I will be most grateful.

  21. BRUNISE
    04.28.2014

    HI i’ Brunise i come from Haiti i come for school i be live for five year from USA i graduate for high school i want to go to college my mom and dad can not pay for it only mom who working in allen foods dad can not work because of back pain he could not go to work is very hard for us we are 8 i have four brother and one sister mom and dad make 8 i want go to school i wan to be a nurse RN thank have a nice day i look for your help me and my family

  22. LaChan Russell-Cudak
    05.06.2014

    I will be beginning graduate school in the Fall, attending Point Park University, pursuing a Master’s in Clinical/Community Psychology. I am a single parent of two, one who is a special needs child, and I would appreciate ANY aid that will help me defray the costs of my education. If there are programs available, please forward the information to me. Thank YOU!

  23. Elsa M. Rodecker
    05.14.2014

    Please contact me for scholarship opportunities. I am in my second year of graduate school and I am looking to pursue my graduate degree.

  24. Nakageye Barbra
    07.30.2014

    Hi,
    am a Ugandan aged 22 years interested in baking, need a full scholarship in order to earn a living.
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  25. Rael . P.N
    11.03.2014

    I am registered community health nurse and have received admission letter, to pursue a degree in reproductive health at a science and technology university in Kenya. Can you please help me raise US $ 4,600( Four thousand six hundred ) dollars, tuition fees for the year 2014/2015, to complete my studies. I’m in dire need.


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