This scholarship is to be awarded annually to a major in the Department of Sociology and Social Work. The recipient must be an outstanding student who has exhibited leadership qualities and service to the University.
This scholarship is for junior and senior students pursuing undergraduate degrees in any academic area that will prepare them to **serve and support people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
This scholarship is for a graduate student pursuing a degree and career in public service. This includes, but is not limited to fields of study such as public administration, teaching, public health, or social work.
This scholarship is for graduating students from Holliday High School who plan to/currently pursuing a Social Work, Psychology, Sociology, Special Education, Criminal Justice, or Counseling field of study.
This scholarship provides a 4-year renewable award to a high-achieving incoming freshman with financial need pursuing a degree in the College of Letters & Science with preference for students from Kenosha County.
This scholarship is for female students that will enroll or be enrolled in an accredited U.S. theological seminary or post-graduate institution pursuing a Masters or Doctoral degree who demonstrate active Christian faith and practice, and/or a personal call to ministry.
This scholarship is for students enrolled in major in one of the following programs of study: Recreation, Park & Tourism Administration – Therapeutic Recreation, Recreation, Park & Tourism Administration – Recreation Management with minor in Non-Profit Administration, Social Work and have a cumulative GPA of 3.
This scholarship is for currently registered as a student at either Hartnell College or Monterey Peninsula College, and planning to enroll as a full-time student at a four-year college or university in the next academic year (Fall 2020).
This scholarship is for undergraduate students who will be enrolled in 489 Summer 2020; OR Graduate students who will be enrolled in 596 in Summer 2020 with good academic standing as defined by your program (including grades and student conduct).
This scholarship is for full-time undergraduate student enrolled in the College of Applied Human Sciences and maintain an overall 2.5 GPA [Scholarship(s) may be renewable, at the discretion of the selection committee, and if recipient continues to meet all criteria and reapplies each year]
Hawkinson Foundation Scholarships have been awarded each year to undergraduate and graduate students who demonstrate a commitment to peace and justice. Undergrad and graduate student scholarships have typically been $1,000-5,000 each.
This scholarship is for students who have an interest in industries related to homes and home ownership, including: designing homes, building homes, placing people in homes, combatting homelessness, or studying the housing market.
This scholarship is for non-traditional, distance students at UW in the Family & Consumer Sciences, Professional Child Development program. Priority will be given to those who have worked in a Head Start program.
This scholarship is for Temple University graduate students enrolled in the Master of Social Work program who have an interest in the field of child welfare, and demonstrate academic achievement and financial need.
This scholarship is for Social Work majors who are residents of Saginaw, Bay, Midland, Huron, Tuscola, Sanilac, Gratiot, or Isabella Counties and demonstrate the ability or potential to make a positive contribution to the field of Social Work.
This scholarship is for first and second year Master’s students who are entering the field of Community and Administrative Practice and has commitment to developing improved approaches for delivering human services to the less fortunate
This scholarship is for students with a minority status, as defined by being a person of color with the ability to articulate their commitment to advocating for social justice for minority populations in their community.
This scholarship is for undergraduate students currently enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts in Public Service program who previously completed a CU Succeed course or other CU dual enrollment course while in high school.
This scholarship is for a new/entering master's student joining the Dietetics & Nutrition, Public Health, or Social Work programs and maintain full-time enrollment status, and good academic standing (3.
This scholarship provides financial assistance for tuition and other related educational expenses to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Social Work program, or the Master of Social Work program at the University of Alaska Anchorage.