Top 6 Exclusive Native American Scholarships

The Best Native American Scholarships with Upcoming Deadlines

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  1. Jae'Sean Tate BUILT Scholarship
    Funded by
    Jae'Sean Tate
    This scholarship is designed for minority and BIPOC service workers in the coffee and food industry who have balanced education with the demands of a day job.
    Funded by
    Jae'Sean Tate
    This scholarship is designed for minority and BIPOC service workers in the coffee and food industry who have balanced education with the demands of a day job.
    Education level
    Any
    Amount
    $9,250
    Scholarships awarded
    1 winner
    Deadline
    May 1, 2022
    1
  2. You Glow Differently When You're Happy Scholarship
    Funded by
    Nneoma Emeka
    In Review
    Available for all undergraduate students - This scholarship was created to help any BIPOC or low-income student pursuing an undergraduate degree.
    Funded by
    Nneoma Emeka
    In Review
    Available for all undergraduate students - This scholarship was created to help any BIPOC or low-income student pursuing an undergraduate degree.
    Education level
    Undergraduate
    Amount
    $800
    Scholarships awarded
    1 winner
    Deadline
    Jan 1, 2022
    In Review
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    Winner Announcement
    Feb 2, 2022
    2
  3. HSINTELLIGENCE Minority / Indigenous Nurse Leader Scholarship
    Funded by
    HSINTELLIGENCE
    This scholarship seeks to encourage the next generation of nurses who hope to address the COVID-19 pandemic through their careers.
    Funded by
    HSINTELLIGENCE
    This scholarship seeks to encourage the next generation of nurses who hope to address the COVID-19 pandemic through their careers.
    Education level
    Undergraduate, High School
    Amount
    $1,000
    Scholarships awarded
    1 winner
    Deadline
    Mar 15, 2022
    3
  4. Buck Beneschott Native American Scholarship
    Funded by
    Breanden Beneschott
    Awarded
    This scholarship was created to, in some small way, support a young Native American who is determined to overcome the odds stacked against them as they set their sights high and achieves their dreams.
    Funded by
    Breanden Beneschott
    Awarded
    This scholarship was created to, in some small way, support a young Native American who is determined to overcome the odds stacked against them as they set their sights high and achieves their dreams.
    Education level
    Undergraduate, Graduate
    Amount
    $1,000
    Scholarships awarded
    1 winner
    Deadline
    Feb 25, 2020
    Awarded
    Winner
    Lucas Oyos-Haynes
    4 Finalists
    4
  5. Posh PA Underrepresented Minority Grant
    Funded by
    The Posh PA
    This grant seeks to support students who are applying to PA school, covering expenses and services such as mentorship, application fees, standardized testing, etc.
    Funded by
    The Posh PA
    This grant seeks to support students who are applying to PA school, covering expenses and services such as mentorship, application fees, standardized testing, etc.
    Education level
    Undergraduate
    Amount
    $3,000
    Grants awarded
    3 winners
    Deadline
    Mar 1, 2022
    5
  6. Spring "Future of STEM" Scholarship
    Funded by
    Spring
    Awarded
    To support BIPOC students looking to be future leaders in STEM, the Spring “Future of STEM” Scholarship exists and will be awarded to one underrepresented minority student pursuing or planning to pursue a STEM degree.
    Funded by
    Spring
    Awarded
    To support BIPOC students looking to be future leaders in STEM, the Spring “Future of STEM” Scholarship exists and will be awarded to one underrepresented minority student pursuing or planning to pursue a STEM degree.
    Education level
    Undergraduate
    Amount
    $5,000
    Scholarships awarded
    1 winner
    Deadline
    Jun 2, 2021
    Awarded
    Winner
    Adriana Campuzano Martínez
    2 Finalists
    6

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