Ebony Magazine's 2008 Scholarship Guide: Financial Assistance Comes in Many Forms for College Students

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Ebony Magazine's 2008 Scholarship Guide: Financial Assistance Comes in Many Forms for College Students


EBONY MAGAZINE'S 2008
SCHOLARSHIP GUIDE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
COMES IN MANY FORMS FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS

PROGRAM                    DISCIPLINE             AWARDS

AIA/AAF SCHOLARSHIP        Architecture           $500-$2,500
PROGRAM c/o Mary Felber
Minority/Disadvantage
Scholarships The
American Architectural
Foundation
1735 New York Ave.,
N.W. Washington,
DC 20006

AIFS DIVERSITY             For students           Two scholarships
SCHOLARSHIP                studying abroad        awarded that cover
AIFS College Division                             50 percent of
9 West Broad St.                                  program fee.
Stanford, CT 06902-3788                           Three scholarships
                                                  of $2,000 awarded
                                                  each semester.

ALPHONSO DEAL              Law enforcement        $500
SCHOLARSHIP AWARD          or related areas
National Black Police
Association
30 Kennedy Street, N.W.
Suite 101
Washington, DC 20011

AMERICAN CHEMICAL          Any applicant          Varies
SOCIETY SCHOLARS           going into a field
PROGRAM                    of chemical science
Department of
Diversity Programs
1155 16th St., N.W.
Washington, DC 20036

AMERICAN FOUNDATION        Rehabilitation         Four $2,500
FOR THE BLIND              and/or education       non-renewable
RUDOLPH DILLMAN            of persons who         scholarships.
MEMORIAL                   are visually           A one-time award
SCHOLARSHIP                impaired.              not open to previous
Penn Plaza, Suite 300                             recipients.
New York, NY 10001

AMERICAN HOTEL             Hospitality or         $2,000
FOUNDATION                 hotel management
HYATT HOTEL FUND for
Minority Hotel and
Lodging Management
Students
1201 New York Ave., N.W.
Suite 600, Washington,
DC 20005-3931

AMERICAN LIBRARY           Library science        Varies
ASSOCIATION Education      and information
& Scholarships             studies
50 East Huron Street
Chicago, IL 60611
Attn: Kimberly Sanders

APS MINORITY               Physics                $2,000 for first-
SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM                               time applicants
American Physical                                 $3,000 for
Society One Physics                               renewal students
Ellipse                                           One-time renewable
College Park, MD 20740

CHAIRSCHOLARS              General                $3,000-$5,000 per
NATIONAL PROGRAM                                  year for each
CHAIR SCHOLARS                                    college year of
FOUNDATION, INC.                                  study to a maximum
6101 Carencia Lane                                of $20,000 total.
Odessa, FL 33556-3278

CHEVROLET                  General                $1,000
EXCELLENCE IN
EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP

COCA-COLA SCHOLARS         General                National scholars:
FOUNDATION                                        $20,000
P.O. Box 442                                      Regional scholars:
Atlanta, GA 30301-0442                            $10,000

NAACP LEGAL DEFENSE        Law                    $15,000 grant
AND EDUCATIONAL                                   includes a $13,500
FUND, INC.                                        scholarship,
EARL WARREN                                       $1,500 allowance
SHEARMAN & STERLING                               for attending Legal
SCHOLARSHIPS                                      Defense Fund's Civil
99 Hudson St., Suite                              Rights Institute;
1600 New York,                                    renewable for the
NY 10013                                          second and third
                                                  years of law school

FORD / UNCF                Accounting, computer   Up to $5,000
CORPORATE SCHOLARS         engineering,           Scholarships;
PROGRAM                    electrical             mentoring from Ford
United Negro               engineering,           employees and
College Fund               finance, information   internships at Ford
8260 Willow Oaks           systems, marketing,    Motor Company
Corporate Drive            mechanical
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