FEBRUARY DEADLINE SCHOLARSHIPS
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* WILLIAM RANDOLPH HEARST ENDOWED FELLOWSHIP FOR MINORITY STUDENTS
For more information, click this link: William Randolph Hearst Endowed Fellowship for Minority Students
Deadline: February 28th Award: $4,000. This fellowship is for graduate and undergraduate minority students from underrepresented communities of color. To qualify, applicants should have an excellent academic record and the following: demonstrated interest or experience in nonprofit organizations, philanthropy, and the social sector; excellent research and writing skills; demonstrated financial need; and US citizenship or permanent residency. Students must be able to work as interns for 12-15 weeks in the Washington, DC office of the Aspen institute during the academic semester in which the fellowship is awarded.
*JACKIE ROBINSON FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP AWARD
Click this link to find more information: Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship Award
Deadline: February 15th Award: $7,500
This scholarship is for minority graduating high school seniors. To qualify for this scholarship, applicants must have achieved a minimum 1000 SAT score (1500 three-score) or an ACT composite score of 22. Applicants must plan to attend an accredited and approved four-year institution within the United States and be US citizens. Applicants must demonstrate a high level of academic achievement, financial need, and leadership potential.
Deadline: February 28th Award: $25,000
This scholarship is for high school seniors, high school graduates, and current post-secondary undergraduate students who plan to enroll full-time in an undergraduate program at an accredited four-year college or university in the United States or Puerto Rico for the entire upcoming academic year. To qualify for this scholarship, applicants must plan to major in a course of study that focuses on engineering/technology or select design- and business-related areas of study. Special consideration will be given to first-generation college students, women, minorities, and military veterans or dependents of military personnel. Scholarship applications must be submitted online; the program opens for applications in early January.
CODE2040 is a nonprofit organization that creates pathways to educational, professional, and entrepreneurial success in technology for underrepresented minorities with a specific focus on Blacks and Latino/as. Their yearly fellowship program brings high achieving college students together for an incredible paid summer internship in software development. Fellows also enjoy networking with top tech professionals, one-on-one mentoring, and cutting-edge workshops and lectures. To apply, Code2040 has put together a toolkit to help you through the process.
CODE2040's flagship program is the summer Fellows Program, which places high performing Black and Latino/a software engine