The grant is for eligible Wisconsin veterans enrolled at approved schools who have not yet earned a BS/BA. Reimburses up to 120 credits or eight semesters at the UW Madison rate for the same number of credits taken in one semester or term. The number of credits or semesters is based on length of time […]
Provides additional education benefits to Veterans eligible for “federally funded” education programs who served on active duty from December 31,1960 to May 7, 1975 and were legal residents of New Jersey at the time of induction into the Armed Forces or for a period not less than one year prior to applying. The amount of […]
$250 award for each child aged 10 to 18 of a veteran killed in service, died from service connected issues, 100% permanent and totally disabled, or 100% disabled due to service connected issues for two years. Student must attend an Illinois educational institution.
Award for Vietnam veterans who have been New Mexico residents for a minimum of ten years and are attending state-funded postsecondary schools. Must have been awarded the Vietnam Campaign medal. Must submit DD 214 and discharge papers.
The Violin Society of America offers scholarship assistance for needy and deserving students of the art of violin and bow making and restoration. For this purpose the VSA maintains three funds: the Kaplan-Goodkind Scholarship Fund, created in memory of founders Albert J. Kaplan and Herbert Goodkind, the Kun Fund, created in memory of the noted […]
Virginia Military Survivors and Dependents Education Program
💰 $500 Value🏆 1⏳ N/A
The Wyoming Department of Education annually awards the Douvas Scholarship, established by Peter George Douvas, an immigrant from Greece. This scholarship is awarded to a first-generation American youth who demonstrates financial need and the motivation to attend college. First-generation American students who aim to attend one of the seven Wyoming community colleges or the University […]
Vivian Lefsky Hort Memorial Fellowship and the Vladimir and Pearl Heifetz Memorial Fellowship
💰 $4,000 Value🏆⏳ N/A
Fellowship supports original doctoral or postdoctoral research in the field of Yiddish literature. This carries a stipend of $2000 and is for one to three months of research at the YIVO Library and Archives. The holder is expected to deliver a public lecture.
Reimbursement is available for books and supplies. However, the amount of tuition to be covered by the scholarship shall not exceed the highest full time undergraduate tuition charged at an educational institution. All billing is directed to the New Mexico Higher Education Department. A veteran may be eligible if: (1) the veteran was honorably discharged […]
Program designed for researchers at the assistant professor level who experience difficulty in competing for research funds. applications will be judged on the scientific merit and innovative aspects of the proposal, as well as on past performance and evidence of the applicant’s continued productivity. Grant is awarded for a one-year period and does not exceed […]