Non-traditional student scholarships
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- Arizona BPW Foundation ScholarshipThese scholarships are awarded to Arizona women who are 21 years or older, who are returning to school at a community college to acquire better job opportunities or advance their current careers.
- Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship FundThis scholarship is open to single parents living in Arkansas, who are pursuing a degree or certification that leads to employment at family-supporting wages.
- UH-OHA Hoʻonaʻauao Scholarship ProgramThis scholarship, funded by the Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA) and administered by the UH Mānoa Native Hawaiian Science and Engineering Mentorship Program (NHSEMP), is open to Native Hawaiian students, who want to pursue vocational certificates, undergraduate and graduate degrees at any of the [10 University of Hawaiʻi...
- Alice Barton Scholarship ProgramThis scholarship, founded by Roxanne Conlin, her brother Raymond Barton, and her sister Rhoda Olsen, in honor of their mother Alice Barton, a survivor of domestic violence, is open to students that are survivors of domestic violence, who live in the state of Iowa or are attending an Iowa-accredited educational platform.
- Certificate Program AWF Legacy ScholarshipThis scholarship, provided by the Army Women’s Foundation (AWF), recognizes the importance of education and the role it plays in personal, professional and economic fulfillment.
- Community College AWF Legacy ScholarshipThis scholarship, provided by the Army Women’s Foundation (AWF), recognizes the importance of education and the role it plays in personal, professional and economic fulfillment.
- Jeannette Rankin Women’s Scholarship FundThis scholarship is open to low-income women ages thirty-five and older, who are pursuing a technical or vocational education, an associate’s degree, or a first bachelor’s degree in a not-for-profit, regionally accredited institution within the United States.