|Congressional Black Caucus Scholarships
|The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF) aims to advance the global black community by developing leaders, informing policy, and educating the public. The CBCF offers scholarships to students who demonstrate leadership ability through community service and academic talent to support this mission. Every year, the CBCF offers many years. Here are a few scholarships that CBCF administers:
|CBC Spouses Performing Arts ScholarshipEstablished in 2000, this scholarship is awarded yearly to African-American students pursuing a degree in performing arts. Applying students should reside in the Congressional Black Caucus district.
|March 31st, 2024
|CBC Spouses Visual Arts ScholarshipThis scholarship was established in 2006 to provide financial assistance to African Americans pursuing a degree in visual arts. The scholarship is awarded once a year, and two winners will be invited to perform at the Annual Celebration of Leadership in Fine Arts in September. Applying students should reside in the Congressional Black Caucus district.
|March 31st, 2024
|CBC Spouses Education ScholarshipEstablished in 1988, this scholarship is intended to address the educational needs in the congressional districts in response to federal cuts in spending for education programs and scholarships. Applying students should reside in the Congressional Black Caucus district.
|March 31st, 2024
|The Tracking Foundation Multi-Year Scholarship ProgramThe Stephen Feinberg Scholarship Program recognizes and supports academically gifted and exceptionally motivated African-American or Black students pursuing an undergraduate degree in any discipline. This scholarship is renewable annually for up to four years, contingent upon meeting the renewal criteria.
|March 31st, 2024
|Jackie Robinson Foundation
|The Jackie Robinson Foundation (JRF) was founded more than 42 years ago with a commitment to equal opportunity by addressing the achievement gap in higher education and building the Jackie Robinson Museum in New York City. JRF runs many programs, such as scholarship grants, hands-on mentoring, internships, job placement services, etc. JRF Scholars receive grants to complement the financial aid they receive from their colleges and universities.
|January 10th, 2024
|$30,000 over four years
|National Achievement® Scholarship Program
|The National Achievement® Scholarship Program was established in 1964 by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC). NMSC’s mission is to encourage Black American youth to continue their education. Since these scholarships were created in the half-century, more than 4.6 million Black Americans have entered the programs.
|Students enter the competition when they take the PSAT/NMSQT at the school in the fall of their junior year.
|Brown and Caldwell Minority Scholarships
|Brown and Caldwell is an organization that provides several services in safeguarding water, maintaining infrastructure, and restoring habitats. Brown Caldwell’s purpose is 100% commitment to the environment and is an employee-owned organization. Brown and Caldwell value diversity in the workplace and administer a minority scholarship to encourage minorities to pursue a career in the environmental profession.
|American Chemical Society Scholars Program
|The American Chemical Society (ACS) is a non-profit scientific organization with over 152,000 members in more than 130 countries worldwide. ACS’s mission is to advance the broader chemistry enterprise and its practitioners to benefit Earth and its people. ACS administers the ACS Scholars program to underrepresented minority students majoring in undergraduate chemistry-related disciplines and pursuing careers in chemistry-related fields.
|December 15th – December graduatesApril 30th-Spring graduatesJune 15th-Final transcripts due
|Carrington-Philbert Scholarship Program
|Malcolm Carrington and Sherwin Bridgewater established the Carrington-Philbert Scholarship in memory of their grandparents. The Carrington – Philbert scholarship fund is founded on integrity, honor, and dedication to service. This scholarship is awarded to African Americans who plan to enter a two-year or four-year college degree.
|January 1st-May 1st
|American Bus Association Foundation Diversity Scholarships
|The American Bus Association (ABA) is committed to maximizing its bus, tour, and travel members’ success. The ABA represents its members in the government policy areas, facilitates the industry buyer-seller interface, and supports the bus industry through engagement, education, research & education of members to help improve their success. The ABA Foundation promotes academic excellence and diversity in the motorcoach and tour industry through its scholarship program.
|The Actuarial Foundation Diversity Scholarship
|The Actuarial Foundation ensures the future of the actuarial profession through its scholarships and reimbursement program. Diversity Scholarships. The Actuarial Diversity Scholarship promotes professional diversity through an annual scholarship program for Black/African American, Hispanic, Native North American, and Pacific Islander students.
|To be announced for 2024
|$1,000 to $4,000
|Ron Brown Scholar Program
|The Ron Brown Scholar Fund is a non-profit public charity managed by an independent Board of Trustees. This program provides financial resources to attend colleges and universities. Young African Americans of the outstanding promise are offered scholarships, service opportunities, and leadership experiences
|December 1st, 2023
|$10,000 each year
|Gensler is an organization to create a better world through the power of design and reimagine the future of cities. Gensler is committed to building a just and equitable future. Gensler is committed to taking action that supports social justice and creates opportunities for the Black community. They administer scholarships for African-American students enrolled in architecture programs to support this mission.
|March 1st, 2024
|Multiple Scholarships available up to $60,000
|American Meteorological Society Minority Scholarships
|The American Meteorological Society (AMS) is a global community committed to advancing weather, water, and climate science and service. The AMS Minority Scholarships are awarded to minority students, including Black/African American students.
|23rd February, 2024
|The $6,000 scholarship spans two years.