Funding & Grants
The AISES A. T. Anderson Memorial Scholarship offers funding for full-time undergraduate or graduate students pursuing any STEM related degrees such as Mathematics, Medical Sciences, Physical Science, Technology, Science, Engineering, or Natural Resources. Applicants must provide tribal membership documents.
The American Indian College Fund Scholarships provides scholarships to American Indian and Alaska Native college students seeking undergraduate and graduate degrees at Tribal colleges & universities as well as at nonprofit & accredited schools.
The B.A. Ruldoph Foundation offers scholarships to help offset expenses associated with the EmpowHER program for progressive women pursuing summer internships in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. The EmpowHER scholarships will be awarded to approximately 25 women who best embody the mission and values of the Foundation and demonstrate significant financial need.
The Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program enables students of limited financial means to study or intern abroad, providing them with skills critical to our national security and economic prosperity.
The Brown and Caldwell Minority Scholarship Program offers scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students from diverse backgrounds who are interested in pursuing a career in the environmental profession.
The Catching the Dream: Native American Scholarship Fund was chartered in 1986 to help provide Native American tribes, communities, and tribal organizations with professionally trained and educated Native Americans.
The College to Congress Internship Program secures Congressional internships, covers all expenses, pairs students with a bipartisan ally, provides training and development, and connects students with jobs on Capitol Hill.
The Conference on Asian Pacific American Leadership awards scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students who will be serving in unpaid public service internships in the Washington, DC area. These scholarships are intended to enable outstanding students with leadership potential to work full-time and learn ways to influence their local communities and the Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) community.
The Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) Program is a summer study abroad opportunity for American college and university students to learn languages essential to America’s engagement with the world. The CLS Program covers most of the costs of participating in its overseas institutes and additional scholarships are available.
Do Something - Community Service Scholarships offers a range of volunteer and community service based scholarship opportunites that can be entered for online with no essays, recommendations, or GPA requirements.
The Fund for American Studies provides at least 25 full scholarships to aid students in participating in summer institutes focusing the following subject areas: Public Policy + Economics, International Affairs, Journalism + Communication, Business + Government Affairs, Community Leadership + Service.
Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE) connects the most talented and diverse students, recent graduates, faculty and educators to programs closely aligned with the interests of a variety of research facilities. Internships, fellowships, and research experiences are available primarily to those pursuing science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) disciplines.
The Washington Center provides financial assistace to make your semester or summer in Washington, D.C. possible. Some students may also qualify for financial assistance from their states. The Center offers awards for Civil Engagement, Leadership and Professional Achievement.