Contact: (205) 888-7770 or (205) 979-8004 Elanni Publishing PO Box 95 Birmingham, AL 35201
Organization of Black Airline Pilot/Aviation Scholars Annually awarded scholarship is for minority students, especially blacks, interested in aviation. All minority students interested in flying are eligible. Sponsored by the Organization of Black Airline Pilots and the Summer Flying School in Tuskegee, AL. Average award is $1000. Number of awards and due dates may vary.
Contact: Scholarship Coordinator
Organization of Black Airline Pilot/Aviation Scholars
20 N Van Brunt St-Suite 200
Englewood, NJ 07631
Presidential Freedom Scholarships
Recognition of outstanding leadership in service to community
100 contributed in past 12 months prior to applying
Will attend accredited 2 or 4 year school
Papa John’s Pizza Scholarship
standard with emphasis on extra curricular activities
Contact: Margaret Hope 1104 South Drive Mobile, AL 36605
Police Officer’s and Firefighter’s Survivor’s Educational Assistance Program
Dependent or spouse of a police officer or firefighter killed or disabled in the line of duty in Alabama.
Tuition, fees, books, and supplies
Contact: Alabama Commission on High Education PO Box 302000
Montgomery, AL 36130-2000 (334)242-2273
Presbyterian Church Native American Education Grant
Indian, Aleut, or Eskimo student pursuing post-secondary education. Amount: $200- $1,500.
Contact: Presbyterian Church Native American Education Grant
Financial Aid for Studies
100 Witherspoon St.
Louisville KY 40202-1396
Presbyterian Church Native American Seminary Scholarship Applicant must be Native American, US Citizen, Presbyterian and majoring in Religion or Theology. Amount varies.
Contact: Awards Officer
100 Witherspoon Street, Room MO52B
Louisville, KY 40202
Private Colleges and Universities Scholarship For all students of color who are currently residents of the US and who plan to enroll in a baccalaureate degree program in 2006 at one of the specified colleges and universities are eligible for consideration. From among those who apply, semi- finalists and winners will be selected on the basis of their academic merit and on their service to their community. Deadline: November 5. Amount: $1000. Up to 20 awards are given.
Contact: Private Colleges and Universities
239 Littleton Road
Westford, MA 01886
Al Qoyawayma Award Awarded to undergraduate, American Indian students studying Science, Engineering and Arts. Amount: $2,000 per year. Deadline: June 15.
Contact: George Bird Grinell
American Indian Children’s Fund
Dover Plains, NY 12522
R Donna Reed Performing Arts Festival Technical/Stage Design Scholarship Deadline: April 1. Amount: Participation in a festival, including transportation, lodging, and full tuition plus a $150 stipend will be provided. Criteria: You must be a US Citizen.
Reformed Church in America/Minority Education Fund Annual award for minority student members of the Reformed Church in America. Applicant must be a member of the Reformed Church in America, show leadership ability, demonstrate financial need, have been accepted to a Reformed Church of America school, and show educational potential. The amount varies with need.
Contact: Scholarship Coordinator
Reformed Church in America
75 Riverside Dr-18th floor
New York, NY 10115
React/Take Action Awards Annual scholarships of up to $20,000 for students between the ages of 12 and 18 who have taken action in their community by fighting racism, helping the homeless, working for student’s rights, dealing with the environment or other significant community actions.