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Asian scholarships

These are all open scholarships for students who identify as Asian. Select other group identity

  • 2020 Growing up Asian in America Contest
    Hosted by AACI and in partnership with NBC Bay Area, Growing Up Asian in America (GUAA) is an annual art, essay and video contest that reaches thousands of Bay Area students in Kindergarten through 12th grade. Founded 25+ years ago, GUAA encourages young Asian Americans to take pride in their identities, and helps others understand the varied experiences of our youth growing up in the Bay Area’s diverse communities. Founded by Lance Lew of NBC Bay Area in 1995, the contest provides a unique platform for young artists to creatively explore and celebrate being both Asian or Pacific Islander and American. It remains one of the essential celebrations of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month and 10 students will be selected for a cash award and a chance to appear on NBC Bay Area!
  • Asian Commercial Professionals (ACP) Scholarship for College Students
    This scholarship, established by the Asian Commercial Professionals (ACP), a San Francisco Bay Area-based 501(c)(6) nonprofit organization with a mission to advance Asian Americans to become leaders in the commercial real estate and facilities industries. ACP will award several scholarships to deserving Asian-Americans living in the San Francisco Bay Area. **Eligibility:** * Enrolled in college or applicable trade school, pursuing a career in Commercial Real Estate / Facilities Managements in fields such as facility/property management, construction/engineering, brokerage, finance, architecture, appraisal, or related fields. * Award may be used at any school, including outside the San Francisco Bay Area. However, student must intend to return to the San Francisco Bay Area to live or work after college graduation. **Application Requirements:** **Essay** - Submit an Essay addressing the following topics: 1. In pursuing your chosen educational field, how will you contribute to the architecture, engineering, commercial real estate/facility management industry or related fields once you have graduated? 2. Tell us your top three reasons for applying for this scholarship and tell us why you are deserving of this award. 3. What are your career goals and objectives after college graduation? 4. As an Asian-American, how will you be giving back to the Asian-American community? **Letters of Recommendation** - You must submit **three** letters of recommendation * Letters must be current. * Letters are highly recommended to be from a professor, advisor, community leader or employer. **Interview** - All applicants must be available for a Zoom type video interview during the month of March at a time/place convenient for both the applicant and ACP. **Notes** * Asians are defined as individuals having origins in any of the original peoples of the Far East, Southeast Asia, or the Indian subcontinent including, for example, Cambodia, China, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam. * Awarded scholarships must be used towards tuition or books, starting within 24 months of the award date.
  • Asian Commercial Professionals (ACP) Scholarship for High School Seniors
    This scholarship, established by the Asian Commercial Professionals (ACP), a San Francisco Bay Area-based 501(c)(6) nonprofit organization with a mission to advance Asian Americans to become leaders in the commercial real estate and facilities industries. ACP will award several scholarships to deserving Asian-Americans living in the San Francisco Bay Area. **Eligibility:** * Graduating high school senior from a San Francisco Bay Area school, planning to pursue a career in Commercial Real Estate/Facilities Management in fields such as facility/property management, construction/engineering, brokerage, finance, architecture, appraisal, or related fields. * Award may be used at any school, including outside the San Francisco Bay Area. However, student must intend to return to the San Francisco Bay Area to live or work after college graduation. **Application Requirements:** **Essay** - Submit an Essay addressing the following topics: 1. In pursuing your chosen educational field, how will you contribute to the architecture, engineering, commercial real estate/facility management industry or related fields once you have graduated? 2. Tell us your top three reasons for applying for this scholarship and tell us why you are deserving of this award. 3. What are your career goals and objectives after college graduation? 4. As an Asian-American, how will you be giving back to the Asian-American community? **Letters of Recommendation** - You must submit **three** letters of recommendation. * Letters must be current. * Letters are recommended to be from a teacher, counselor, advisor, community leader or employer. **Interview** - All applicants must be available for a Zoom type video interview during the month of March at a time/place convenient for both the applicant and ACP. **Notes** * Asians are defined as individuals having origins in any of the original peoples of the Far East, Southeast Asia, or the Indian subcontinent including, for example, Cambodia, China, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam. * Awarded scholarships must be used towards tuition and books, starting within 24 months of award date.
  • Asian Commercial Professionals (ACP) Scholarship For Working Professionals
    This scholarship, established by the Asian Commercial Professionals (ACP), a San Francisco Bay Area-based 501(c)(6) nonprofit organization with a mission to advance Asian Americans to become leaders in the commercial real estate and facilities industries. ACP will award several scholarships to deserving Asian-Americans living or working in the San Francisco Bay Area. **Eligibility:** * Professionals working in Commercial Real Estate / Facilities Management in fields such as facility/property management, construction/engineering, brokerage, finance, architecture, appraisal or related fields. * Enrolled in or planning to enroll in professional development, licensing or certificate programs such as International Facility Management Association Certified Facility Manager (IFMA CFM), International Facility Management Association Facility Management Professional (IFMA FMP), Building Owners and Managers Association Real Property Administrator (BOMA RPA), Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM). * Live or work in the San Francisco Bay Area or planning to relocate to live or work in the San Francisco Bay Area by the time the scholarship is awarded. **Application Requirements:** **Essay** - Submit an Essay addressing the following topics: 1. What specific certification, license, or other professional development program will the scholarship be used for and how will this help you achieve your long term career goals in Commercial Real Estate/Facilities Management. 2. Tell us your top three reasons for applying for this scholarship and tell us why you are deserving of this award. 3. What are your career goals and objectives for the next 5 years? 4. As an Asian-American, how will you be giving back to the Asian-American community? **Letters of Recommendation** - You must submit **three** letters of recommendation * Letters must be current. * Letters are highly recommended to be from an employer, colleague, or community leader. **Interview** - All applicants must be available for a Zoom type video interview during the month of March at a time/place convenient for both the applicant and ACP. **Notes** * Asians are defined as individuals having origins in any of the original peoples of the Far East, Southeast Asia, or the Indian subcontinent including, for example, Cambodia, China, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam. * Awarded scholarships must be used towards the cost of certification programs such as IFMA FMP, IFMA CFM, BOMA RPA, CCIM or other career development or licensing programs . * Awards must be used for the cost of the certification programs starting within 24 months of the award date.
  • Basic American Foods Scholarship
    This full-time scholarship is available to low-income students of ethnic minority who have financial need.
  • Flores Pass It On Scholarship
    This scholarship is intended to assist historically underrepresented, first-generation and/or low-income students at Big Bend.
  • Janesville Multicultural Teacher Scholarship
    Established as a renewable scholarship program for multicultural students intending to pursue a career in education and apply to the School District of Janesville for a position with the intention of completing three successful years of employment
  • KASF Scholarship – Southern Region
    KASF scholarships (which range from $500 to $5,000) are offered to the qualified Korean American students (including foreign students from Korea).
  • Microsoft IT Skills Development Scholarship - winter cohort
    This scholarship is available to students pursuing a degree and certification in **Systems Administration** on a Data Center Track. The scholarship is intended to support students, particularly those living in and around our data center communities, who have historically been underrepresented in STEM and IT fields.
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  • The Miller Johnson Michigan Diversity Law School Scholarship
    This scholarship is open to students of color (African American, Asian, Hispanic, Native American, Pacific Islander) who are accepted to or presently attending an accredited law school within the US with a permanent residence in Michigan.
  • Warner Norcross Judd Diversity Law School Scholarship
    This scholarship is open to students of color (African American, Asian, Hispanic, Native American, Pacific Islander) accepted to or presently attending an accredited law school within the US with a permanent residence in Michigan.
  • Warner Norcross + Judd Diversity Paralegal and Legal Secretarial Scholarship
    This scholarship will be awarded to students of color majoring in paralegal or legal secretarial studies at an accredited program.
  • Weinstein Beverage Scholarships
    This full-time scholarship is available to low-income students of ethnic minority who have financial need and are enrolling in academic transfer programs. Preference is given to first-generation students.