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  1. Association of American Indian Affairs »

    The Association of American Indian Affairs provides scholarships to full-time students enrolled in a federally recognized, state recognized or tribe not recognized by the federal government that are located in the continental U.S. and Alaska.

    Association of American Indian Affairs Scholarships

  2. Association of Latina/Latino Social Work Educators »

    The Association of Latina/Latino Social Work Educators provides scholarships to Latina/Latino social work students who demonstrate leadership in the social work context and aspire to a career of excellence.

    Association of Latina/Latino Social Work Educators

  3. Blavin MSW Scholarship Award »

    Application Deadline: September 2020

    The Blavin MSW Scholarship Award provides support to a former U-M undergraduate Blavin Scholar or a student who has experienced foster care.

    Blavin MSW Scholarship Award Application

  4. Bruce Alan Schaffer Memorial Award »

    Application Deadline: September 2020

    This award was established by Miriam and Arnold Schaffer in memory of their son, Bruce Alan Schaffer. It provides support for a MSW student interested in hospital work with pediatric patients in Flint or Detroit with the emphasis on life threatening disease or illness.

    Bruce Alan Schaffer Memorial Award Application »

  5. Byron Hanke Fellowship-Foundation for Community Association Research »

    Deadline: May 1, 2020

    The Byron Hanke Fellowship is awarded to graduate students to implement research projects related to the development, management and governance of common interest communities and their community associations.

    Byron Hanke Fellowship-Foundation for Community Association Research

  6. C. Aaron McNeece and Sherrill McNeece Endowed Graduate Support Fund »

    Application Deadline: September 2020

    This fund was established by C. Aaron McNeece and Sherrill McNeece. It provides scholarships to support MSW students who are interested in nonprofit administration, policy work, or communication organization.

    C. Aaron McNeece and Sherrill McNeece Endowed Graduate Support Fund Application

  7. Canadian Federation of University Women »

    The Canadian Federation of University Women provides awards for Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada.

    Canadian Federation of University Women

  8. Caren Kaplan Endowed Scholarship »

    Application Deadline: August 15, 2020

    The Caren Kaplan Endowed Scholarship Fund was established in memory of University of Michigan School of Social Work alumna Caren Kaplan, MSW '80. The Scholarship provides support for six to eight MSW students with a preference for students pursuing a concentration in Children, Youth and Families in Society with demonstrated commitment to child welfare reform with a focus on addressing the issue of chronic neglect. Applicants must be current MSW students intending to graduate in December 2020, or April 2021.

    Caren Kaplan Endowed Scholarship Application

  9. Carl A. Scott Memorial Fund-Council on Social Work Education »

    The Carl A. Scott Memorial Fund provides a scholarship targeted to but not limited to minority ethnic/racial individuals.

    Carl A. Scott Memorial Fund-Council on Social Work Education

  10. Carol Goss Leadership Scholarship »

    Application Deadline: September 2020

    The Carol Goss Leadership Scholarship is for a student who is a resident of the Detroit area with demonstrated leadership potential with an interest in community building, civic engagement, education and leadership development with a field placement located in Detroit. Established by the Skillman Foundation in honor of Carol Goss to recognize her years of service as President and CEO of the Skillman Foundation and her deep commitment to the children of Detroit.

    Carol Goss Leadership Scholarship Application

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