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The Parapsychology foundation is a not-for-profit foundation which is involved in research and scientific investigation. The foundation also gives grants and scholarships to the students who show interest and keenness to pursue their education in parapsychology. The Annual J Garett Scholarship is for such students who have shown interest in parapsychology which is demonstrated through their sample of writings on the subject. The applicant must be graduate or undergraduate students who are completing their degree or conducting their research work in parapsychology. For more details about the scholarship and application log on to: http://www.parapsychology.org/dynamic/040200.html. Along with the application you need to produce samples of writing on the parapsychology subject and letter of reference from three individuals who are familiar to you. the applicants must send the application no later than July 15, 2010 and the name of the recipients of $ 3,000 award each will be announced on August 1, 2010.

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Categories: Scholarships, Unusual Scholarships
The Sequoyah Graduate Scholarship is being offered by Association On American Indian Affairs to the students in any curriculum. The scholarship amount is $ 1,500. Eligibility: Must be Native American/ Alaska Native from the Continental US or Alaska Applicant must be enrolled in an any federally recognized or non-recognized tribe Must be of ¼ Indian Blood Must be graduating high school senior, current college freshman, sophomores, juniors, seniors, graduate and doctoral students from an accredited college or university Must be seeking an associate degree or higher The application is available on the website: http://www.indian-affairs.org/scholarships/sequoyah.htm. the application packet must include: Certificate of Indian Blood showing atleast ¼ Indian Blood Proof Of Tribal enrollment One to three page essay mentioning your educational and post graduate goals as well as life experiences Two letters of recommendation (employers, professors, ministers,teachers, coaches etc) Copies of official transcript The application packet for 2010-2011 school year must be mailed on the following address: Lisa Wyzlic, Director of Scholarship Programs Association on American Indian Affairs 966 Hungerford Drive, Suite 12-B Rockville, MD 20850 For more details and queries you can either call on 240-314-7155 or e-mail to Iw.aaia@verizon.net

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Categories: Scholarship For American Indians, Scholarships
COTT (Committee Of Ten Thousand) is an independent , peer-led, grassroots non-profit organization. It is a support organization for persons with HIV and persons with hemophilia who contracted HIV/AIDS from tainted blood products. COTT’s Rachelr Warner Scholarship is for those with any bleeding disorder.  Through this scholarship COTT honors Rachel Warner who worked actively for the hemophilia community. The Rachel Warner Scholarship can be used from high school through graduate school. The scholarship is meant for students with hemophilia or any bleeding disorder. The fund awards $ 1,000 scholarships each recipients. The application is available at :  http://www.cott1.org/fullstory.html?id=50. The application packet must include: One page essay about you past and proposed plans One page letter from your teacher or instructor briefly describing you The complete application packet must reach the concerned authority on the following address: Committee of Ten Thousand 236 Massachusetts Ave. NE # 609 Washington , D.C. 20002-4971 (800) 488-2688 (202) 543-0988 tel (202) 543-6720 fax cott-dc@earthlink.net Application Deadline May 1, 2010

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Categories: General, Scholarship For Bleeding Disorders, Scholarships