The National Science Foundation Research Traineeship (NRT) is in its last hiring cycle at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, so if you want to get in on this great opportunity for the possibility of paid graduate school in STEM, now is the time to apply. The Nebraska NRT supports students with remitted tuition, health insurance, and a very competitive stipend ($34,000 a year for up to two years for master's students and $36,000 a year for up to three years for Ph.D students). The graduate students selected for this prestigious, interdisciplinary program conduct research related to resilience and the sustainability of food, energy, water, and ecosystem services in Nebraska. They can choose to earn their graduate degrees in areas such as Agronomy, Biological Sciences, Computer Sciences, Engineering, Economics, Entomology, Environmental Science, Geosciences, Natural Resources, and Plant Sciences. Barring COVID travel restrictions, they will take a trip to western Europe to compare water structures in countries like the Netherlands, France, and Spain with water structures in Nebraska.

 

 

The Nebraska NRT plans to hire 3 to 4 STEM graduate students for the 2021-2022 school year, with a start date of August 1, 2021. The application deadline is March 15, 2021, by 5:00 p.m. and students can apply by emailing the following to rstromberg3@unl.edu: a letter or statement of interest, their curriculum vitae, a copy or scan of their GRE or GMAT scores report, their academic transcripts, and the name of the UNL department they would like to earn their graduate degree from. Students can find more information at https://nrt.unl.edu and https://nrt.unl.edu/how-apply.


The 2021 Impact Scholarship Application period is open!
Do you know a female high school senior or above that has plans to attend a Louisiana university, technical school, community college or vocational school in August, 2021?
This scholarship is for them!

 

 

 

 

 

For additional information and national scholarships, please visit www.abwaneworleans.org/scholarships.

 

 

The deadline to apply is Wednesday, March 31, 2021.


 

The National Educational Foundation 504 (c) 3 of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. awards scholarship grants for higher education, community educational programs and foundation scholarship related research.

 

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc., Omicron Nu Zeta chapter continues to support programs and events which focus on the sorority's tenets; Scholarship, Sisterhood, Service and Finer Womanhood. To implement the tenet of Scholarship, we offer high school education scholarships for students. 

 

DOWNLOAD THE ONZ SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION HERE

 

NOTE: You must be a resident of the Greater New Orleans or Jefferson Parish areas to be eligible.

If you have any questions regarding the ONZ Scholarship Application, contact: Hullzpb1920@gmail.com 


If you want to take your career to the next level, we got you! The Creative Collective NYC has very special events lined up for the HBCU creative in the month of March!

Open House + Creative Curriculum masterclasses

Open House: March 9-11 starting at 6:30PM EST, you'll be able to live virtual opportunities to ask real-time questions on various career topics

March 9Wethos, How to Identify Your Rates As a Freelancer
March 10HBO, Bringing Creative Projects To Life
March 11Estee Lauder, Landing Your Dream Job In Beauty

March 13Creative Curriculum masterclasses open where you can get exclusive tips from industry experts and talent recruiters! Courses include:

  • How To Become a Successful Solo-prenuer
  • How To Land A Job in Tech
  • Marketing Masterclass: How to Tell a Compelling Story
  • How to Identify Your Career Goals and What Success Means to You
  • and more!



Visit Scholarship America to view their

"open scholarships" which are available to the general public. Now you have even more

opportunities to help pay for college.

Just go to www.ScholarshipAmerica.org to see if you are eligible.

 


The team at Study.com has developed several comprehensive financial aid and scholarship guides for college students to share information about different resources that can be utilized to fund a college education. They've created an in-depth, expert-verified Guide to FAFSA and Financial Aid and also published a number of comprehensive scholarship guides to help all students in their journey to gaining a degree:

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