Middle School and High School Opportunities:
AAIA does not receive regular updated information on middle and high school programs. Check individual websites on a yearly basis for updated information and deadlines.
Native American Journalism Association Summer Program for High School Students
High school students interested in all aspects of journalism. One week program. Professional journalists as mentors. Contact Peter Morris at the National Congress of American Indians at email@example.com for more information. Deadline May 6, 2013
National Essay Contest for Native American High School Students
Sponsored by the National Museum of the American Indian and
Holland & Knight Charitable Foundation
Thousands of dollars in scholarship money available for top winners & all expense paid trip to Washington, DC
Deadline: check yearly - previously April 1.
See http://nativewriters.hklaw.com/index.asp for more information.
The Center for Native American Youth in partnership with Columbia University Summer Program for High School Students
Three week pre-college summer intensive. One full tuition/full residential paid. Open to students 9-12 grade. Check on a yearly basis - previous application deadline March 2, 2012. See www.ce.columbia.edu/summer-program-high-school-students-nyc for general program information. See the Center for Native American Youth blog at blog.cnay.org/2011/12/20/scholarship-from-the-center---columbia-universitys-summer-program-for-hs-students.aspx for information about the scholarship program or contact Josie Raphaelito at the Center for more information.
NBC Universal, Comcast and the Emma Bowen Foundation Media Industry Diversity Initiative
NBC Universal, Comcast and the Emma Bowen Foundation announce a Media Industry Diversity Initiative for graduating high school Seniors and college Freshmen who are interested in the entertainment and media industry. The Emma Bowen Foundation program offers multi-year paid summer internships and matching scholarship funds for selected students. This is a great stepping stone for those wishing to become an executive in publicity, TV or film development, marketing, sales, distribution or just about any other aspect of the entertainment industry. Internships are available in cities throughout the United States. Program details, applications, and a list of cities where the Foundation is currently recruiting can be found on their website at www.emmabowenfoundation.com. Specific questions can be directed to Kelly Edwards at Kelly.firstname.lastname@example.org or the Foundation's regional offices (New York: 212-975-2545 or Los Angeles: 818-655-5708).
Jack Kent Cooke Young Scholars Program
Administered through Northwestern University
Tammie Stewart, Manager Community Outreach
Check on a yearly basis - previous deadline April 16, 2012
Jack Kent Cooke Young Scholars Program
Administered through Johns Hopkins University, Duke University and the University of Denver
Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship
Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth University
Native American High School Student LEAD Program.
University of Texas, El Paso National Science Foundation STEM Program
For more information contact email@example.com
Outreach to High Achieving, Low Income Students
Includes National College Match for HS Seniors and
College Prep Scholarships for HS Juniors
American Indian Science and Engineering Society
O Wines Opportunity for Success Scholarship
$20,000 over 4 years
Must be Female
Must be in High School when applying
Online Application Deadline April 1. Transcript Deadline April 8.
Kohl's Care Scholarship Program
Kohl's recognizes kids who volunteer to make their communities better through the Kohl's Care Scholarship Program
Comprehensive Information Resource for Undergraduate and Graduate Students
The PhD.org website for science and engineering students offers students in all curriculums a resource to search for available programs at various schools (similar to a scholarship search engine) allowing incoming Freshman and incoming Grad students the ability to match their curriculum to school.