The Vermont Center for Workforce Development and Diversity is pleased to offer $5,000 scholarships to selected Native American (including Abenaki) and First Generation college students who enter STEM majors (science, technology, engineering, math) at a Vermont college or university.
Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic standing, letters of recommendation, and an essay detailing career goals.
Please direct your students to the Vermont EPSCoR Native American and First Generation Student Scholarship program website.
Applications are now open and are due by April 1, 2019
The School of the New American Farmstead offers leading-edge short courses that inspire lifelong environmental stewardship for residential and non-residential adult students of all ages.
We provide a variety of workshops, classes, and certifications that will inspire you, equip you with marketable skills, and provide you with new perspectives on integrated, community-centered farming and food production.
Our hands-on courses will require you to roll up your sleeves and dig in. The School of the New American Farmstead’s experiential approach will engage all of your senses and impart techniques perfected by some of the world’s most skilled ecological farmers and craft-food producers.
Give your passion for food and farming the time and space it deserves. Explore a lifestyle or career that feeds your body, mind, and soul. Learn to replenish the land, relish its bounty, and revive time-tested rural arts.
If you are a Veteran, are of Abenaki heritage, or identify as low-income you qualify for a SNAF scholarship.
Our office currently hosts the FREE Pre-Health summer internship opportunities geared towards students that identifies with a group that is racially/ethnically underrepresented in the health professions and comes from an economically or educationally disadvantaged background. Ultimately, the goal of the programs is to provide students with enriching and challenging coursework and networking opportunities in order to strengthen the academic proficiency and career development of students underrepresented in the health professions and prepare them for a successful application and matriculation to health professions schools.
The Summer Public Health Scholars Program (SPHSP) is designed for undergraduate students to increase interest in and knowledge of public health and biomedical science careers.
This is a contribution to provide scholarship information for Native students, to encourage and promote postsecondary education for Native students, to promote networking opportunities for Native Americans, and to raise awareness and appreciation for the contributions made by Native Americans to our society. I share this resource with the hope that you would also seek compassion about young people who need guidance and support toward finding the quality of life. You may duplicate and distribute this free booklet. ~Rosie Dayzie, email: email@example.com
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