One year fellowship given to an individual to work as a full-time policy analyst in Washington D.C. While fellows perform research, this is not a fellowship for a graduate program, but rather experience researching and also performing policy work, including contributing to publications relevent to health care reform issues. Candidates may apply from any academic background.
Deadline: June 5th
Scholarships awarded to students who have excelled in academics, leadership, and community involvement, and who are pursuing careers in healthcare.
Merit based scholarships to cover tuition, fees, room, and board for students in undergraduate or graduate programs.
Deadline: January 31
Fund designated for applicants who are “motivated by spiritual values” and in need of financial aid to further their educations. The applicants may be either in undergraduate or graduate programs. The programs must be at institutions in the U.S. Preference is given to students with records of high scholastic and who are intending to pursue careers in education.
The Society of Women Engineers offers a variety of scholarships to female students pursuing degrees in engineerings. The scholarships have different requirements – please review this list and see which ones you may be eligible for.
Awarded annually for an exceptional essay completed for an undergraduate course. The papers should be between 1,000 and 3,000 words. The winner recieves a $1,500 award, and two runner-up winners will recieve $1,000 awards each.
Competitive scholarships for students from disadvantaged backgrounds who are pursuing careers in biomedical, behavioral, and social science health-related research. Students who are awarded scholarships are required to complete a ten-week paid summer labratory experience in an NIH research lab per one year of scholarship. Students are also required to serve one year of full-time employment with the NIH per one year of scholarship.
Student must have a 3.5 GPA or be in the top 5% of his or her class.