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Grants, Fellowships & Scholarships for Undergraduates: Funding by Demographic/Ethnic Group

Funding by Demographic/Ethnic Group

Directory of Financial Aids for Women
Gail A. Schlachter and R. David Weber, eds.
El Dorado Hills, Calif.: Reference Service Press, biennial.
2012-2014 edition
Reference LB2338 .D564
Describes more than 1,500 funding programs set aside specifically for women. This funding is open to women at any level (high school through postdoctoral and professional) for study, research, travel, training, career development, or innovative effort. Each of these funding opportunities is thoroughly described, including contact (address, telephone numbers, e-mail addresses, and web sites), purpose, eligibility, financial data, duration, special features, limitations, number awarded, and deadline date. Plus, the directory provides a set of indices that let you search the directory by program title, sponsoring organization, geographic coverage, subject field, and application deadline.

Financial Aid for African Americans
Gail A. Schlachter and R. David Weber, eds.
El Dorado Hills, Calif.: Reference Service Press, biennial.
2012-2014 edition
Reference LB2337.4 .F52
Describes more than 1,400 scholarships, fellowships, loans, grants, awards, and internships open specifically to Black/African Americans. This money can be used to support a whole range of activities, including: study, training, research, creative activities, future projects, professional development, work experience, The listings cover every major subject area, are sponsored by hundreds of private and public agencies and organizations, and are open to Black/African Americans at any level, from high school and college through professional and postdoctoral.

Financial Aid for Asian Americans
Gail A. Schlachter and R. David Weber, eds.
El Dorado Hills, Calif.: Reference Service Press, biennial.
2012-2014 edition
Reference LB2337.4 .F527
Describes more than 1,000 scholarships, fellowships, loans, grants, awards, and internships open specifically to Asian Americans. This money can be used to support a whole range of activities, including: study, training, research, creative activities, future projects, professional development, work experience, The listings cover every major subject area, are sponsored by hundreds of private and public agencies and organizations, and are open to Asian Americans at any level, from high school and college through professional and postdoctoral.

Financial Aid for Hispanic Americans
Gail A. Schlachter and R. David Weber, eds.
El Dorado Hills, Calif.: Reference Service Press, biennial.
2012-2014 edition
Reference LB2337.4 .F53
Describes more than 1,200 scholarships, fellowships, loans, grants, awards, and internships open specifically to Hispanic Americans. This money can be used to support a whole range of activities, including: study, training, research, creative activities, future projects, professional development, work experience, The listings cover every major subject area, are sponsored by hundreds of private and public agencies and organizations, and are open to Hispanics at any level, from high school and college through professional and postdoctoral.

Financial Aid for Native Americans
Gail A. Schlachter and R. David Weber, eds.
El Dorado Hills, Calif.: Reference Service Press, biennial.
2012-2014 edition
Reference LB1337.4 .F538
Describes 1,400 scholarships, fellowships, loans, grants, awards, and internships open specifically to Native Americans. This money can be used to support a whole range of activities, including: study, training, research, creative activities, future projects, professional development, work experience, The listings cover every major subject area, are sponsored by hundreds of private and public agencies and organizations, and are open to Native Americans at any level, from high school and college through professional and postdoctoral.

Financial Aid for the Disabled and Their Families
Gail A. Schlachter and R. David Weber, eds.
El Dorado Hills, Calif.: Reference Service Press, biennial.
2010-2012 edition
Reference LB2337.2 .F58
Billions of dollars in financial aid has been set aside for America's largest minority: the 49 million Americans with disabilities and members of their families. This funding is open to applicants at any level - from high school through postdoctorate and professional - for education, research, travel, training, career development, emergency situations, assistive technology, specially-adapted housing, and many other purposes. In all, nearly 1,300 of the biggest and best funding programs are described in detail: program title, sponsoring organization address and telephone number (including toll-free and TDD), e-mail and web address, purpose, eligibility, financial data, duration, special features, limitations, number of awards, and deadline date. Plus, you also get a set of indices that let you search the directory by program title, sponsoring organization, geographic coverage, subject field, and application deadline.

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