March Scholarships for Native Students 2022

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Arizona Indian Education Association’s 2022-2023 Virtual Scholarship Webinar Series. Open to all American Indian students in middle school, high school, and college, including parents and guardians. Participants need to register in advance for each session. How to Write a Resume & Cover Letter (March 4), How to Write a Personal Statement (March 25), and AIEA Student Scholarship (April 15).
Arizona Community Foundation – Scholarships – For more information click here.
Camp Not-A-Wheeze – ten free scholarships for Native American children to attend camp. For children with moderate to severe asthma. For more information call Alan or Tanya at (602) 336-6575.
Museum of Northern Arizona Native American College Student Internship – May-August 2022 at Museum of Northern Arizona. For more information click here.
Heard Museum Youth Art Show and Sale – For Native American youth grades 7 and older. Event will be held in March. For more information click here.
March 4 Deadline – Blue Stone Strategy Group Summer 2022 Internship Program. For undergraduate seniors and graduate students. For more information contact them via email.
March 4 Deadline – Haskell University’s Environmental Research Studies Summer Internship Program – Climate and Environmental Change in Indigenous Communities. For more information check the website.
March 14 Deadline – Northern Arizona University’s Indian Country School Counselors Institute. No cost program. $500 stipend upon completion. Hybrid format. For more information call (928) 523-2507 or email them.
March 25 Deadline – Tribal Researcher’s Cancer Control Fellowship Program. For AI/AN graduate students and researchers with a demonstrated interest in cancer prevention and control. For more information contact Ashley.
March 25 Deadline – 2022 Arizona State University 7 Annual INSPIRE summer program registration is now open! INSPIRE is a no-cost, weeklong, college readiness program designed for American Indian High School students from Arizona Tribal Nations. Students participate in a variety of academic and culturally based activities while connecting with ASU students, staff and faculty to help them prepare for college. June 2–24, ASU Tempe, for students in grades 9-12. For more information or to register please click here.
April 4 Deadline – Partnership for Native Americans 2022-2023 American Indian Education Fund scholarship opportunities. For more information click here.
May 13 Deadline – Udall Foundation’s Native American Graduate Fellowship in Tribal Policy. For more information click here.

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