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Scholarships for Graduate Students

Soliciting in crowds for hires
Soliciting in crowds for hires
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There are organizations that do provide scholarships to individuals that you can apply. In the past some of the scholarships were for minorities only, but the doors are open to all students. Check out the list to see if you would want to attend one of them to upgrade your career for a new job, or additional educational for your current field of qualification.

American Association for Gifted Children

  • 15 Gramercy Park
  • New York City, NY 10003

APSA Graduate Fellowship - American Political Science Ass.

  • 1527 N. Hampshire Avenue, NW
  • Washington, DC 20030

AT&T Bell Laboratories

  • 101 Crawford Corner Road
  • P.O. Box 3030
  • Holmdel, NJ 07733

Council for International Exchange of Scholarships

  • 11 DuPont Circle
  • Washington DC, 20036

Fellowships and Grants - American Council of Learned Society

  • 228 East 45th Street
  • New York City, NY 10026

Fellowships - John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fnd.

  • 90 Park Avenue
  • New York City, NY 10026

Flemmie P. Kittrell Fellowships- American Home Economic Assoc..
Fnd.

  • 1555 King Street
  • Alexander, VA 22314

Fullbright & Other Grants for Graduate Study Abroad

  • 809 United Nations Plaza
  • New York City, NY 10027

Grant Guidelines - New York Council for the Humanities

  • 33 West 42nd Street
  • New York City, NY 10027

Hughes Fellowship - Technical Education Center

  • PO Box 80028
  • Los Angeles, CA 90080

A lot of people are still wondering why do we need Black Colleges, and Tribal Colleges (American Indians). The answer is that we have same sex colleges, Catholic colleges and military, West Point. People want to go to colleges that they have something in common with and seem to enhance their learning.

At the end of the Civil War schools and colleges were established to advance learning opportunities for Blacks. Blacks were becoming educated by 1900's. The American Indian was opening colleges by the 1968s. The minorities have become in the United States highly educated and hold good paying position in society.