Alaska Native scholarships
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- Camp 14 ScholarshipThis scholarship is for residents of Ketchikan, Ward Cove, Saxman, Metlakatla, or Prince of Wales Island who are members of a federally-recognized tribe and seeking a degree in a field of study related to education, nursing, or business.
- William A. Crawford Minority Teacher ScholarshipThis scholarship is open to minority students, who are planning to teach in an accredited school in Indiana upon graduation.
- Dr. and Mrs. Spurgeon Webber Endowed ScholarshipThis scholarship is for students in the dental assisting diploma or dental hygiene associate degree programs. Preference is given to students from underrepresented populations.
- Sally & Russell First Generation ScholarshipThis scholarship is for a minority, first generation college student who has recently graduated from high school.
- AAIA ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to Native American students enrolled with a tribe.
- AWG Minority ScholarshipThis scholarship is for female undergraduates majoring in a geoscience field who belong to an under-represented ethnic minority.
- BSLA ScholarshipThis scholarship is for students of color who identify as agnostic, atheist, humanist or secular.
- CIRI Mid-Year ScholarshipThis scholarship is for Alaskan Native students who are a CIRI (Cook Inlet Region, Inc.) original enrollee or direct lineal descendant.
- The Chairish "Design Your Future" ScholarshipThis scholarship is for students from underrepresented backgrounds. Preference will be given to applicants pursuing design and engineering-related fields.
- Access and Diversity GrantThis scholarship is for members of an underrepresented population who are experiencing economic hardship.