|Name of program/scholarship||Department/Office||Description||Amount and/or what it covers||Application requirements/qualifications||Deadlines/Timeline||Link||Notes|
|BA Rudolph Foundation||Each spring, the B.A. Rudolph Foundation accepts applications for scholarships to help offset expenses while furthering academic and career goals through an internship. The internship scholarships will be awarded to those women who best embody the mission and values of the Foundation. They will be socially responsible, progressive, and driven women of high academic and moral caliber. Strong applicants will have previous roles in leadership positions and volunteer organizations. Approximately four to five scholars are chosen each year, for each of the three internship scholarships. The final number of accepted scholars will be determined by a number of factors, including the number and caliber of applicants, and the Foundation’s budget for the year.||$1500 per month for the length of the internship||for women only; rising juniors, rising seniors, or recent graduates; different scholarships for different fields; must be full-time internships||February-April, notifications sent in May||http://barudolphfoundation.org/undergraduate-public-service/|
|Environmental Scholarships||Brown and Cadwell||Scholarships for 5 areas: environmental; Electrical Engineering / Instrumentation & Controls Scholarship; minority; women; GLBTQ||$5,000||Requirements: A United States citizen or permanent resident.|
A full-time student enrolled in his/her Junior, Senior year or graduate program at an accredited college/university.
Declared major in civil, chemical or environmental engineering or one of the environmental sciences (e.g. geology, hydrogeology, ecology).
Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent on a 5.0 scale).
Identify as a member of the specific scholarship group who demonstrates leadership within the community. All candidates must submit with a completed application: resume, an essay of 250 words minimum, "Tell us about a personal experience that influenced your decision to focus on environmental studies," two written recommendations, with at least one from a university official (e.g. advisor, professor), and an official transcript of your academic record
|March - April||http://www.brownandcaldwell.com/scholarships.asp|
|Creative DoSomething.org scholarships||DoSomething.org||Various scholarships that may involve donating clothes, etc. to enter||varies||Enter/complete scholarship requirements. View website for details||Varies||https://www.dosomething.org/us/about/easy-scholarships|
|Outstanding Student Leader Scholarships|
The Fund for American Studies
|The Fund for American Studies has 4 full scholarships available to aid outstanding student leaders in participating in 1 of 5 summer institutes focusing the following subject areas:|
Public Policy + Economics
Journalism + Communication
Business + Government Affairs
Service + Community Leadership
The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) seeks to develop future leaders within the fields of public policy, international affairs, business, journalism and the nonprofit sector. TFAS does this through programs that include a guaranteed internship placement, academic coursework at George Mason University, a guest lectures series, site briefings as well as professional development and networking events.
|The $8,695 scholarship will cover tuition and housing costs for 1 summer institute, including:|
Enrollment in 6 academic credits.
Housing during the program in the Potomac House dormitory on the campus of George Washington University.
Special events, site briefings and professional development sessions.
|These full scholarships will be awarded to 4 top students from around the country.|
Applicants must have:
Completed at least one year of collegiate level education in the U.S.
A GPA of 3.3 or higher.
Active involvement on their campus and/or community.
Demonstrated leadership ability and commitment to civic engagement.
Interest in pursuing a career in one of the following fields: public policy, politics, international affairs, business, journalism, communication or the nonprofit sector.
|Early February||http://www.dcinternships.org/costs-scholarships/?section=5||In addition to following all of the normal application procedures, Outstanding Student Leader Scholarship applicants should submit an essay with the following prompt in place of the uploaded personal statement: “Please describe how you plan to impact your professional field and community in the future and how this scholarship will help you achieve those goals.”|
Interested applicants should also email Mary Stankus, Director of Recruitment and Admissions, at firstname.lastname@example.org to inform her of their intent to apply.
Applicants not selected for one of the full scholarships will automatically be considered for one of the partial scholarship awards available through our general scholarship fund.