Association of University Women AAUW Education Foundation
is one of the largest private foundations serving the educational
aspirations of women and girls.
Chemical Society ACS Scholars Program awards support
for high school students pursuing a degree in chemistry, biochemistry,
or chemical engineering, or chemical technology.
Science and Engineering Society AISES’s offers three
separate scholarship opportunities for students entering or
continuing in college.
ASPIRA offers a extensive online scholarship guide specifically
focused on financial support for Latinos and other minority
Award for Community Involvement Teams of students identify
a problem in their community, come up with a solution and
compete to win the funds to implement their innovation.
online database of over $1 billion in scholarships and financial
Awards Foundation Latino/Chicano high school seniors
from 12 U.S. cities can apply for $1,000 - $2,000 scholarships.
Council for Minorities in Engineering “NACME offers
a variety of scholarships, fellowships, awards and prizes
for high school and engineering students. Since 1980, nearly
ten percent of all minority engineers graduated from college
with NACME scholarships.”
Association of Black School
Educators NABSE provides support, resources and
scholarships for eligible students pursuing careers in education.
The National Semiconductor
Internet Innovator Award: National Semiconductor
is rewarding and recognizing teachers who use the Internet
in innovative ways in the classroom.
Teachers Association NSTA’s “Awards and Competitions”
page provides details on the over $1 million dollars that
go to teachers and students annually through funding by NSTA
and its partners.
Among the extensive education and career resources on this
site are detailed lists of undergraduate and post-baccalaureate
scholarships. Check out the sections on “Teaching” and
“Science and Technology.”
Magazine Lists of grants and fellowships are update
monthly. Information is targeted for individual educators
T3 Program offers links to grant writing and scholarship opportunities
Students from grades 4-12 form teams with participants from
around the world to create informational websites. Students
compete for scholarship awards and to have their website hosted
online by Think Quest. Competitions for teachers-in-training
are also available.
ExploraVision Awards Program Annual competition
invites K-12 students to envision a technology twenty years
into the future. Prizes include $10,000 and $5,000 U.S.
Savings Bonds, laptop computers and more.
of Change: College Guide for Native Americans Published
annually the Guide provides data on colleges, financial aid
information, college application support and writing by successful