I am really happy that people do consider those people as worthy of getting financial aid for education who are actively involved and rendered their time and energy in community services. The Prudential Spirit Of Community Awards is for such people. The award is only based on volunteer community service which was created by Prudential in partnership with the National Association of Secondary School Principals. The award aims at honoring those middle level and high school students for the selfless services they are providing to others in their towns and neighborhood. The best part the program is not just restricted in USA it is also conducted in Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and Ireland. If you feel you are one just contact the scholarship office of your school for the application deadline for its submission. Eligibility: Candidate currently in grades 5-12 as of November 1 during the applying year Legal resident of any US State or Washington DC Active in volunteering activity that occurred 12 months before the date of application The application you fill in must be certified by your principal. But in case you are not the student who is participating in this program nor you’re a member of [...]
The Society Of Neuroscience (SFN) is a non-profit membership organization run by scientists and physicians who study the brain and nervous system. It also offers monetary help to those who are pursuing their higher studies related to brain and nervous system. The Society for Neuroscience offers The Jacob P. Waletzky Award to those who are scientist and have conducted research or are planning to conduct research in the area of substance and the brain and the nervous system. The award amount is $ 25, 000 and is presented to the eligible candidate. Eligibility: Candidate must be active in research at the time of award given Must have received a Ph. D or MD or equivalent within past 15 years Nomination Criteria: Nomination must be made or endorsed by an SFN Member Those nominated not necessarily be an SFN Member Self-nomination is not permitted No one person can nominate more than one The application packet must have: An essay of not more than 500 words mentioning the future goals and the direction of the applicant’s planned research in the area of substance abuse and the brain and the nervous system Nomination letter and two recommendation letters Current CV A list of [...]
The American Psychiatric Foundation (APF) works to make people aware of mental awareness and the effective treatments available. Through its Helping Hands Grant Programs, The American Psychiatric Foundation has invited Medical students to apply for Mental Health Service Project Funding. The funds will be allocated to the medical schools whose students’ project will be approved. The projects created and managed for underserved minority communities will be given first preference. The program is supported by Otsuka American Pharmaceutical, Inc. Eligibility: All medical schools are eligible to apply The participants in the project must be in their second, third or fourth year of medical school All the projects must be conducted under the supervision of medical faculty For more details log on to: http://www.psychfoundation.org/GrantAndAwards/Grants/HelpingHands.aspx . the application must reach on or before June 1, 2010. The best project will get $ 5000 award which will given to the Medical school.