Scholarships, Fellowships, and Internships

 

  • The Future Public Health Leaders Program (FPHLP) at the University of Michigan School of Public Health has a 10-week residential summer program that encourages under-represented college students to consider careers in public health.
  • Association of Research Libraries has scholarship and internships for students from traditionally underrepresented ethnic and racial minority groups who are interested in pursuing careers in music and performing arts librarianship.  
  • Northern Arizona University - Summer Student Internship
    Provides an opportunity to gain hands-on skills with EPA or other government/tribal environmental office working on Air Quality issues or emphasis areas such as:  community education, environmental health, information collection, data analysis, environmental justice, and youth environmental education.
  • Four Directions Summer Research
    This program provides an opportunity to conduct basic science research with Harvard faculty and to network with peers and colleagues.
  • Public Health Fellows Program
    An academically rigorous and intensive eight-week summer program.  The goal is to encourage fellows to pursue graduate education in Public Health.
  • The Udall Foundation offers a ten-week summer internship in Washington, D.C., for Native American and Alaska Native students who wish to learn more about the federal government and issues affecting Indian Country. 
  • The Native American Leadership Program- The George Washington University's  Semester In Washington – Washington's most respected political leadership program – announces its AT&T Native American Political Leadership Program (NAPLP)
  • The National Bar Association is seeking applicants for the Crump Law Camp which was established for students entering the 9th through 11th grades and between the ages of 14 and 17 to introduce them to the judicial system.
  • LEAD (Leadership Education and Development)
    LEAD Business is a national partnership of top US corporations and graduate business schools that encourages talented students from diverse backgrounds to pursue careers in business. 
  • NAM (Native Americans into Medicine)
    University of Minnesota-Duluth, Center of American Indian and Minority Health provides a summer program for disadvantaged, primarily Native American students pursuing an education to become health professionals. 
  • The USDA/1994 Tribal Scholars Program offers scholarships to U.S. citizens who are seeking a bachelor's degree at one of the thirty-two currently operating 1994 Land Grant Institutions in any field of study in agriculture, food, natural resource sciences or other related disciplines. See  Handbook also