The National Association of Black Social Workers offers various scholarships to NABSW members.
As one of our Community Scholars Programs, the purpose of the National Community Scholars Program (NCS) is to prepare professionals for enabling young people and adult allies to create community change.
Approximately six scholars will be selected each year to participate in the program. National Community Scholars will gain skills to organize groups for social action, plan programs at the local level, advocate for socially just policies, and develop community-based services.
The National Federation of the Blind Scholarship offers merit-based scholarships to blind residents of the United States and Puerto Rico.
The National Iranian American Council provides a listing of scholarships offered by Iranian-American organizations not affiliated with the National Iranian American Council.
Deadline: March 1, 2019
Application available December 1, 2018-March 1, 2019
The National Italian American Foundation offers a variety of scholarships to outstanding Italian American students from a variety of academic disciplines and backgrounds.
The National Organization of Italian American Women Scholarship is awarded to Italian American women with at least one parent of Italian descent.
The National Women's Studies Association is awarded to current individual members of the National Women's Studies Association.
The Navajo Nation Graduate Fellowship provides grant awards to eligible full-time or part-time Navajo students, wishing to attend or attending graduate school.
The New Leaders In African-Centered Social Work (NLACSW) Scholars Program enhances practice preparation by engaging students in culturally-specific and affirmative curricular and training experiences for service to Black/African Americans.
The NLACSW program will accept approximately five incoming students who are genuinely committed to gaining skills and knowledge for culturally-responsive social work practice in and with Black/African American communities. Please click the following link for more information.
Application Deadline: September 2020
The Olivia P. Maynard and S. Olof Karlstrom Fund for Community-Based Research was established by Olivia P. Maynard and S. Olof Karlstrom to provide research, community building, and scholarship support for MSW students committed to working in Flint, Michigan.
University of Michigan
School of Social Work
1080 South University Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1106