The Agnes Jones Jackson Scholarship is available to a graduate student who is a member of the NAACP.
The fund was established by anonymous donors. It is awarded to a MSW student(s) interested in pursuing a career in Jewish communal service. Please note that no separate financial aid application is required.
The Allen-Meares Student Support Fund was established by Dean Emeritus Paula Allen-Meares. It is awarded to outstanding MSW students, with a preference for a first generation college student. Please note that no separate financial aid application is required.
This Fellowship was established by alumni contributions along with matching funds provided by the Ann and Robert Lurie Family Foundation. It is awarded to an outstanding student in the Children and Youth in Families in Society concentration.
Please note that no separate financial aid application is required.
Deadline: (Various deadlines) December 1, 2019
The American Association of University Women provides funding for women pursuing graduate study.
The American Indian Graduate Center Fellowship offers an award to American Indian and Alaskan Native students in the U.S.
The School of Social Work welcomes AmeriCorps and AmeriCorps VISTA Alumni to apply for our AmeriCorps scholarship. A limited number of scholarships will be available in the amount of $2,000 to those that apply and are admitted to the MSW degree program. MSW applicants may apply by answering 'Yes' to 'Are you an AmeriCorps or AmeriCorps Vista Alumni' question on the Financial Aid Application page of the MSW application, entering their dates of service, and uploading their Verification of Service to the verification upload section.
Application Deadline: Rolling Deadline
The School of Social Work (SSW) invites grant applications from MSW and PhD students to support individual student projects for anti-racism work, with a specific focus on confronting anti-Blackness, racism against Indigenous peoples, and confronting white supremacy. The goal is to inclusively support students working within SSW or in communities seeking to confront racism to the greatest degree possible. Such funding could be for projects, programming, or partnerships with external organizations. Grants will be made up to the amount of $1,000. Students must identify an SSW faculty or staff member who will advise on the project. Project funding can be used for student support (financial aid award or hourly pay), to support partnership with outside experts and communities, travel and event costs (when allowed by the university). Students are eligible for one grant in an academic year.Students who would like to brainstorm potential project ideas are invited to contact Professor Daicia Price ( email@example.com ) and Professor Larry Gant ( firstname.lastname@example.org ).
The Fund will provide scholarship support for MSW students with preference granted to students with financial need.
The Ara Cary Fellowship in Child & Family Programs Fellowship was established by the estate of Ara Cary along with matching funds from the Ann and Robert Lurie Family Foundation. It is awarded to a deserving student interested in child welfare and specializing in children and families. This fellowship is a part of Child Welfare Scholarship Program funding.
University of Michigan
School of Social Work
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