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American Legion Auxiliary


  • Parent or grandparent involved in designated American conflicts/Wars

  • Complete application for designated schools (mail all required material together)

  • $850 per yr. - 3.0 GPA April 1

  • contact: American Legion Auxiliary Department of Alabama

  1. 2261 Cobbs Ford Road Prattville, AL 36066



American Legion Mobile County Oratorical Contest


  • Contact: Norman Russell, Mobile Cty. Commander

33rd District American Legion 6632 Lott Road

Eight Mile, AL 36613 (251) 456-3944


American Meteorological Society/Industry Minority Scholarship

  • You must plan to make atmospheric science a career.

  • Contact: American Meteorological Society (AMS)
    Fellowship/Scholarship Programs
    45 Beacon Street
    Boston, MA  02108-3693


American Military Engineers / Mobile Post


  • $1000 to $4000

  • Entering accredited school of engineering

  • Resident of Mobile or Baldwin County B average

  • Financial need

  • Contact: Emery E Baya, P.E. SAME Scholarship Committee

C/o Thompson Engineering 3707 Cottage Hill Rd.

Mobile, AL 36609 251-661-2443 or

Society of American Military Engineers, Mobile Post

PO Box 2288 Mobile, AL 36628




American Nuclear Society

  • Nuclear Engineering Education for the Disadvantaged Program.  Financial support for women and minority students studying nuclear science or nuclear engineering. 

  • Deadline: March 1.  Amount: $1,500 annually. 

  • Contact: American Nuclear Society
    555 N. Kensington Ave
    La Grande Park, IL  60525

    American Physical Society


  • Minority undergraduate and graduate students majoring in physics. 

  • Deadline: February. 

  • Amount: $2,000. 
    Contact: American Physical Society
    335 E. 45th St.
    New York, NY  10017-3483

    American Respiratory Care Foundation

  • Annual awards for a minority undergraduate student who is enrolled in an AMA accredited respiratory care training program and has completed at least one semester of the program.

  • A 3.0 GPA, birth certificate, visa or proof of citizenship, SS card, enrollment

  • cerification, 6 copies of an original referenced paper on respiratory care, official transcripts, and specific letters of recommendation are required. 

  • The Foundation prefers that nominations be made by the school/program, but any student may initiate a request of sponsorship by the school in order that a deserving candidate is not denied the opportunity to compete. 

  • Applications accepted from April 1 to June 30.  Previous winners are eligible to

  • reapply.

  • Contact: Scholarship Coordinator American Respiratory Care Foundation

11300 Ables Lane Dallas TX, 75229-4593

(214) 243-2272


American Society for Microbiology (ASM) Faculty Fellowship Program

  • For a Minority full-time undergraduate faculty studying microbiological sciences.

  • Contact: American Society for Microbiology (ASM)

Faculty Fellowship Program

Office of Education & Training

1325 Massachusetts Avenue, NW

Washington, DC 20005


American Welding Society – Stephen Carlisle Scholarship

  • Personal letter, transcript, reference letters

  • Spring

  • 457-8681 Welding Engineering Supply company

  • Study welding at voc./tech approved school


Amoco Foundation

  • Students studying geophysics, geology, or petroleum engineering.

  •   Amount: $3,4000 year.  

  • Contact: Amoco Foundation
    200 E. Randolph Dr.
    Mail Code 3000
    Chicago, IL 60601


Arrow Supplemental Scholarship

  • Contact: Arrow Supplemental Scholarship

  • 1000 Conneticut Avenue N.W., Suite 401

  • Washington, DC 20036 (202)296-0685




Arthur C. Parker Archaeology Scholarship

  • The Society for American Archaeology's Native American Scholarship Fund, offers the Arthur C. Parker Scholarship to Native peoples from the United States, U.S. Trust Territories, and Canada. The funds, up to $1,500, are to support training in archaeological methods for current students and personnel of tribal or other Native cultural preservation programs.

  • http://www.archaeology.org/online/features/native/scholar.html

  • Contact: SAA

900 Second Street NE, No. 12 e-mail info@saa.org

Washington, DC 20002-3557 (202) 789-8200

8200 Mountain Rd. NE, Suite 203, Albuquerque, NM 87110. (505) 262-2351

Armco Foundation Scholarship Program for Sons
and Daughters of Armco Employees


  • Award two minority scholarships.  Amount: $2,000. 

  • Contact: Armco Foundation Scholarship Program for Sons
    and Daughters of Armco Employees

College Scholarship Service

PO Box 176

Princeton, NJ  08541

Army / ROTC www.Armyrotc.com


Arrow Inc. Scholarship


  • Awarded to federally recognized tribal members.  Must be an undergraduate in general education.  Amount: $100.

  • Contact: Arrow Inc. 1000 Connecticut Avenue Suite 1206 Washington, DC 20036


Association of American Indian Affairs

  • Contact: http://www.indian-affairs.org/ or AAIA , PO Box 268, Siseton, SD 57626

(605) 698-3998

  • See - Scholarships



Association of American Indian Physicians, Inc.

  • Awarded to Federally recognized tribal members.

  • Contact: Association of American Indian Physicians, Inc.

1235 Sovereign Row, Suite C-7

Oklahoma City, OK 74401 (405) 946-7072



Arts Recognition And Talent Search Awards http://www.artsawards.org/

  • These awards are granted to high school or college students (17, 18 years of age) who show talent in dance, voice, music, art, photography, jazz, visual arts, writing, or other creative areas.

  • You must audition or submit a portfolio or tape. The award is to be used for freshman year in college.

  • Award amounts from $100 to $3,000. Deadline: June 1 or April 1 (for registration in specific regions).

AT&T Labs Undergraduate Research Program

  • Must be a woman or a member of a minority group underrepresented in the sciences.

  • Must be at least a junior in college. Deadline: December 1.

Contact: AT&T Labs Undergraduate Research Program
Room 1E-209
101 Crawfords Corner Road
PO Box 3030
Holmdol, NJ  07733-3030
Atlantic Salmon Federation

  • U.S. or Canadian legal residents. Pursuing studies in Atlantic salmon biology or management or related fields. Need not be in a degree program. 

  • Contact: Atlantic Salmon Federation
    PO Box 429
    St Andrews, NB 
    Canada EOG 2XO

American Welding Society – Stephen Carlisle Scholarship



  • Personal letter, transcript, reference letters

Spring

  • 457-8681 Welding Engineering Supply company

  • Study welding at voc./tech approved school

Auburn University Leadership



  • Recommendation of Counselor

  • Nomination form

  • Resume

  • Deadline February Accepted at Auburn University


Auburn University Valedictorian Scholarship

  • Accepted at Auburn University

  • 1 page resume’

  • February

  • Identified as school Valedictorian

AUBURN / Journalism



  • Reside in Mobile Cty.

  • Full tuition

  • November 1

  • Contact # 334-844-4607

Physics

$1500 renewable (opportunity to work in research)

faculty recommendation

October


Contact – 334-844-4264

Pulp & Paper Foundation



  • Major in either Chemical, Electrical, or Mechanical Engineering w/ Pulp & Paper specialization

  • $500 to full tuition

  • Minimum ACT 26

Textile Engineering, Textile Chemistry & Technology

  • $600 – $3000 renewable

  • recommendation

  • October

  • Contact : 334-844-4123


Auburn University / Montgomery

• February Minimum ACT 17 GPA 2.30

Letters of Rec. from Art Teacher, Counselor & student ( detail aspirations)

Contact: Mr. Phillip Coley, Head Dept. of Fine Arts

Auburn University Montgomery PO Box 244023

Montgomery, AL 36124-3023

Auburn University Montgomery/ Visual Arts

• GPA 2.3 ACT 17

Contact: Mr. Phillip Coley, Department of Fine Arts

Auburn University Montgomery



• PO Box 244023 Montgomery, AL 36124-4023

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Jenette Bain CPS Scholarship

  • Business or Secretarial Science Amount: $500 or 2or4 year program

  • Due: November Contact: (251) 460-7155


Della M. Bailey Indian Scholarship Trust

  • Contact: Della M. Bailey Indian Scholarship Trust
    c/o First National Bank
    P.O. Box 1007
    Fairfield, IA  52556
    Battelle

  • Internships for minorities in science and engineering

  • Contact: Battelle
    505 King Ave.
    Columbus, OH  43201



The James Beard Foundation

  • Financial Need Pursue Culinary School

  • Aptitude Deadline May 1

  • Contact: www.jamesbeard.org


J.L. Bedsole Scholarship

  • GPA 2.5 unweighted ACT 21 or above November 15

  • Accepted at accredited college ( renewable)

  • Up to $6000 based on unmet need

  • Financial need

  • Contact: www.jlbedsolefoundation.org


Bedsole / Enterprise-Ozark Community College (located Brookley Field)

  • Major in Aviation Maintenance Programs

2.0 GPA Financial need Regular Diploma

  • Contact: www.jlbedsolefoundation.org


Laura Sue Botter Bass Scholarship

  • Amount: $200

  • Essay Due: January

  • Contact: (251) 457-1543


Beeson Exceptional Scholars Program

  • Nominations only from accredited AL public or private school

  • Deadline December High GPA Community / Church participant

  • Students planning to attend Samford University

  • Contact: Beeson Scholarship Committee /Office of Admissions Samford University Birmingham, AL 35229 (205) 726-2871



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