NASP-ERT Minority Scholarship Program

🏆 Available: 1
💰 $5,000
⏳ N/A

Scholarship Description

The NASP-ERT Minority Scholarship Program (NASP-ERT MSP) was established in 1995 to support the graduate training of minority students pursuing careers in school psychology. The Program seeks to lower financial barriers to training and to highlight the accomplishments of promising future professionals. It advances NASP’s commitment to diversity in the field of school psychology by supporting culturally diverse graduate students who will eventually provide school-based services to diverse student populations.

Upon receipt of the award, the Program works to mentor and encourage each scholar as they progress from graduate student to practicing school psychologist. The Program annually awards scholarships of $5,000 each to selected scholars. The award is announced at the NASP Annual Convention following the scholarship deadline.

Check back in September for updates on this scholarship program!

Eligibility Requirements

  • 3.0 Minimum GPA
  • Type of institution award is open to: four-year college
  • Must be American Indian/Alaska Native
  • Must be Asian/Pacific Islander
  • Must be Black, non-Hispanic
  • Must be Hispanic, Latino/a
  • Award is available to U.S. citizens

Application Requirements

  • Application form required
  • Transcript required
  • Financial need analysis required
  • Special requirements exist (These are specified in text.)
  • Entry in a contest required
  • Student Aid Report

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Donor: National Association of School Psychologists-Education and Research Trust

NASP-ERT is a 501(c)3 organization (circa 1991) serving the mental health and educational needs of children and youth. It encourages and provides opportunities for the growth of school psychology as a professional specialty; assists with the educational advancement of minority individuals into the profession; informs the public about the services and practice of school psychology in the schools; and advances the standards of school psychology through scholarships to NASP members who submit award winning proposals.

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