Karahipi mō manene, me rerenga

Ingarihi hokiNo Ingarihi

E rapu ana koutou mo karahipi mō manene, me rerenga? I roto i te USA, i reira e maha karahipi rawa hoki rerenga me manene. I tenei whārangi, ka kitea e koe karahipi i te kāwanatanga, i te iwi, me i te kaupapa ako. Ka taea e koe te tono mō ēnei karahipi ki te āwhina i te utu mo koutou mātauranga.

Are you looking for scholarships for immigrants and refugees? In the USA, there are many scholarships especially for refugees and immigrants. On this page, you will find scholarships by state, by nationality, and by learning topic. You can apply for these scholarships to help pay for your education.

Karahipi mō te Refugee ngā ākonga
Photo e Chandler Karaitiana, CC.
Scholarships for Refugee Students
Photo by Chandler Christian, CC.

He aha e karahipi?

What are scholarships?

Karahipi e tohu moni ki te āwhina utu koe mo tou mātauranga. I roto i te USA, te tono maha ngā ākonga mō kia karahipi te āwhina utu ratou mo te kāreti. Ko te karahipi i tenei whārangi e rawa hoki rerenga me te manene ākonga. Etahi o ratou e hoki “whakatupuranga tuatahi” ngā ākonga. Tenei i taea e te tikanga e nga manene rerenga ranei o koutou matua. Ka taea hoki te tikanga te reira e e koe he manene rerenga ranei te tangata raraunga inaianei.

Scholarships are money awards to help you pay for your education. In the USA, many students apply for scholarships to help them pay for college. The scholarships on this page are especially for refugee and immigrant students. Some of them are for “first generation” students. This could mean that your parents were immigrants or refugees. It can also mean that you are an immigrant or refugee who now has citizenship.

karahipi Motu mō ngā manene, me rerenga

National scholarships for immigrants and refugees

Kotahi karahipi o $10,000 Kei te whakawhiwhia ia tau. tenei karahipi he kore-whakahou. Ko te tikanga o kore e whiwhi ano koe i te reira tau e haere ake. taea te tono te reira ki te kotahi tau mātauranga. Me e whanau kaitono waho te USA, a kia kua i roto i te kura (whakaae ranei) rite te ākonga paetahi wā-tonu i te kāreti US Kaituku whare wānanga ranei. E hoki tuākana kura High te hunga e hiahia ana ki te whakauru i roto i te kāreti āhei. Me whakaatu te tuhinga tata te GPA o 3.4 nui ranei.

One scholarship of $10,000 is awarded each year. This scholarship is non-renewable. That means you will not get it again next year. It can be applied to one academic year. Applicants must be born outside the USA and must already be in school (or accepted) as a full-time undergraduate student at an accredited US college or university. High school seniors who want to enroll in college are also eligible. A recent transcript must show a GPA of 3.4 or greater.

waea: (866) 315-8261

Phone: (866) 315-8261

īmēra: info@charterup.com

Email: info@charterup.com

karahipi Renewable ki te tahua taea mō moemoea (Dacă ko TPS). He tahua ko te moni o te moni i taea e koutou riro i roto i te tua ki to koutou karahipi. Me whakamahere e koe ki te whakauru wa tonu i roto i te tuarua paetahi ranei o hōtaka paetahi mō te wā tuatahi. paetahi kura High (ranei pōkairua HSE) Me whai GPA 2.5+. Me whai paetahi hapori kāreti GPA 3.0+. Me waiho koe āhei hoki i roto i-kāwanatanga akoranga i te kāreti hoa.

Renewable scholarship with a possible stipend for DREAMers (DACA and TPS). A stipend is a sum of money you could receive in addition to your scholarship. You must be planning to enroll full time in an associate or bachelor’s degree program for the first time. High school graduates (or HSE diploma) must have GPA 2.5+. Community college graduates must have GPA 3.0+. You must be eligible for in-state tuition at a partner college.

waea: (855) 670-4787

Phone: (855) 670-4787

īmēra: TheDream.US@applyists.com

Email: TheDream.US@applyists.com

Karahipi mō moemoea (Dacă TPS ranei) noho i roto i te āhua i reira e whai ratou ki te utu i roto i-o-kāwanatanga akoranga e kore e manakohia ki nga kura i roto i to ratou kāwanatanga ranei. Me kua puta koe kura nui ranei roaa HSE pōkairua ki GPA 2.8+ .

Scholarship for DREAMers (DACA or TPS) living in states where they will have to pay out-of-state tuition or will not be accepted to the schools in their state. You must have graduated high school or earned HSE diploma with GPA 2.8+ .

waea: 855-670-4787

Phone: 855-670-4787

īmēra: TheDream.US@Applyists.com

Email: TheDream.US@Applyists.com

Karahipi mō te African American, American Indian / Alaska Maori, Āhia Pacific Islander American, me ngā ākonga American Hispanic. Me whai koe i te “hiahia pūtea nui” i roto i te Hau Amui no Marite. Ka Me koe ki te kī ki te nui o te moni hanga koutou utuafare, a ka whakatau ratou, ki te taea e koe te tono.

Scholarships for African American, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian Pacific Islander American, and Hispanic American students. You must have a “significant financial need” in the United States. You will need to state how much money your family makes and they will decide if you can apply.

Whakapā: puka ipurangi i http://gmsp.org/a-contact-us/#

Contact: online form at http://gmsp.org/a-contact-us/#

He $90,000 whakawhiwhia ki runga 2 tau mō ngā manene, hūfanga, me te tuatahi-whakatupuranga Ameliká. Me whakamahere e koe ki te whakauru wā tonu i roto i te hōtaka tohu paetahi. Me kia hoki koe i raro i te tau o 31.

A $90,000 awarded over 2 years for immigrants, refugees, and first-generation Americans. You must be planning to enroll full time in a graduate degree program. You also must be under the age of 31.

waea: (212) 547-6926

Phone: (212) 547-6926

īmēra: PDSoros@pdoros.or

Email: PDSoros@pdoros.or

E rua $1000 karahipi mō manene ranei tamariki a manene. Hei kia āhei me waiho e koe i roto i te kāreti-tau 4 me kua manakohia e koe e te kāreti-tau 4 ranei. Me kia tō GPA 3.0 teitei ranei me.

Two $1000 scholarships for immigrants or children of immigrants. To be eligible you must be in a 4-year college or you must have been accepted by a 4-year college. Your GPA must be 3.0 or higher as well.

īmēra: scholarships@runningothebulls.com

Email: scholarships@runningothebulls.com

Non-pai e whakarato ana free tautoko i roto i-tangata / online. whakarato rātou i me karahipi ki ngā ākonga iti-moni i te tīmatanga o ratou tukanga tono kāreti ki to ratou kura i te kāreti.

Non-profit that provides free in-person/online support. They provide and scholarships to low-income students from the start of their college application process to their graduation from college.

waea: 415 652-2766

Phone: 415 652-2766

īmēra: info@scholarmatch.org

Email: info@scholarmatch.org

Karahipi i te kāwanatanga

Scholarships by state

Ko te rārangi o karahipi mō rerenga me manene i roto i āhua rerekē tēnei.

This is a list of scholarships for refugees and immigrants in different states.

California

California

noho California: tēnā titiro ki runga ki te pae tukutuku o te Fund Āhia Kiwa. Te pūtea whakahaere e rave rahi karahipi nui i roto i California tae atu hoki ngā ākonga o Philipino, Āhia, me te taonga tuku iho Island Kiwa, a mo kaimahi pāmu kaiheke. Ka taea e koe te tiki tono mo te katoa o ratou i runga i te whārangi tukutuku karahipi.

Californian residents: please look on the website of the Asian Pacific Fund. The fund administers several great scholarships in California including for students of Filipino, Asian, and Pacific Island heritage, and for migrant farm workers. You can download applications for all of them on the scholarship web page.

waea: (415) 395-9985

Phone: (415) 395-9985

īmēra: scholarship@asianpacificfund.org

Email: scholarship@asianpacificfund.org

Karahipi o runga ki $7,000 hoki manene iti-moni. Me koe tu'ite no te haapiiraa teitei ranei whakauru i roto i te kāreti me te paetahi hōtaka. Me ora koe i roto i ranei haere i te kura i roto i te Area San Francisco Bay.

Scholarship of up to $7,000 for low-income immigrants. You must be graduating from high school or enrolled in college and graduate programs. You must live in or attend a school in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Ko ngā mōhiohio whakapā i runga i te paetukutuku, ina e tuwhera tono. Ranei ka taea e koe īmēra nancy@immigrantsrising.org.

Contact information is on the website when applications are open. Or you can email nancy@immigrantsrising.org.

Karahipi mō ngā ākonga manene tuatahi-whakatupuranga. Me waiho e koe he tangata US noho ture ranei e noho ana i roto i California.

Scholarship for first-generation immigrant students. You must be a US citizen or legal resident residing in California.

waea: (877) 968-6328

Phone: (877) 968-6328

īmēra: grants@foroutanfoundation.org

Email: grants@foroutanfoundation.org

District o Columbia, Maryland, ko Virginia

District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia

Hoki ngā ākonga i whanau ki waho te USA ranei e whai e rua ngā mātua whanau waho te USA me te whakamahere ki te whakauru-wā tonu i te kāreti tūmatanui Kaituku whare wānanga ranei. Me waiho ngā kaitono rānei te matua parau tuite i te kura nui i roto i te Takiwa o Columbia, Maryland, ranei Virginia he Grad GED tata ranei noho i roto i DC, Maryland Virginia ranei.

For students born outside the USA or who have both parents born outside the USA and planning to enroll full-time at an accredited public college or university. Applicants must be either a graduating senior at a high school in the District of Columbia, Maryland, or Virginia or a recent GED grad residing in DC, Maryland or Virginia.

Ko te karahipi ngā i $5000 ki $20,000, i runga i te hiahia pūtea rānei. Ka kia kaiwhiwhi karahipi tīpako e hāngai ana i runga i 'ulungaanga ngā wāriutia ka faaite e te hapori manene. hoki whakarato Esperanza ākonga ki kaiakopono ki te āwhina whakatere ratou kāreti, waihanga kaupapa, me te tīmata i te mahi. Hoatu online.

The scholarships range from $5000 to $20,000, depending on financial need. Scholarship recipients will be selected based on qualities traditionally valued and demonstrated by the immigrant community. Esperanza also provides students with mentors to help them navigate college, internships and starting a career. Apply online.

īmēra: info@esperanzafund.org

Email: info@esperanzafund.org

Illinois

Illinois

HIAS provides academic scholarships to students who immigrated or whose family immigrated to the Chicago area with the assistance of HIAS Chicago, or who accessed HIASimmigration and citizenship services once in the United States. Scholarships include: the Benton-Bernstein Scholarship for those entering the helping professions; the Tilly Warshaw Scholarship for high school graduates, and several others.

HIAS provides academic scholarships to students who immigrated or whose family immigrated to the Chicago area with the assistance of HIAS Chicago, or who accessed HIAS’ immigration and citizenship services once in the United States. Scholarships include: the Benton-Bernstein Scholarship for those entering the helping professions; the Tilly Warshaw Scholarship for high school graduates, and several others.

waea: 312-357-4666
Phone: 312-357-4666

Maine

Maine

He karahipi-tau 2 ki te haere Southern Maine College Hapori. Kei te whakawhiwhia te reira ki te manene Awherika parau tuite i te kura nui Portland.

A 2-year scholarship to attend Southern Maine Community College. It is awarded to an African immigrant graduating from a Portland high school.

waea: (207) 741-5957

Phone: (207) 741-5957

īmēra: info@mapsj.org

Email: info@mapsj.org

Michigan

Michigan

He rārangi o runga i 70 karahipi ki kotahi tono mō te paetahi ākonga. Me ora koe i roto i ngā kura teitei Kent County. Ka taea hoki te haere ki ngā kura teitei i roto i Allegan, Barry, Ionia, Ottawa, Montcalm, Muskegon, kauti Newaygo ranei.

A list of over 70 scholarships with one application for graduating student. You must live in Kent County high schools. You can also go to high schools in Allegan, Barry, Ionia, Ottawa, Montcalm, Muskegon, or Newaygo counties.

waea: (616) 454-1751 ext. 103

Phone: (616) 454-1751 ext. 103

īmēra: (Mātauranga Āpiha Program Ruth Pihopa) rbishop@grfoundation.org

Email: (Education Program Officer Ruth Bishop) rbishop@grfoundation.org

Minnesota

Minnesota

He karahipi mō te tuatahi-whakatupuranga Ameliká manene ranei. Me koe tu'ite i te Eagan, kura nui Minnesota. Ka taea e koe te tono ki tetahi tono mo tenei karahipi me 100+ atu karahipi i roto i te Eagan Foundation.

A scholarship for first-generation Americans or immigrants. You must be graduating from an Eagan, Minnesota high school. You can apply with one application for this scholarship and 100+ other scholarships in the Eagan Foundation.

waea:(651) 243-1198

Phone:(651) 243-1198

īmēra: admin@eaganfoundation.org

Email: admin@eaganfoundation.org

New York

New York

Ascend Educational Fund awards scholarships ranging from $2,500 ki $20,000 to immigrant students and children of immigrants who are graduating from a New York City high school to attend public or private colleges and universities, regardless of ethnicity, national origin, or immigration status. Apply online when application period opens in November.

Ascend Educational Fund awards scholarships ranging from $2,500 to $20,000 to immigrant students and children of immigrants who are graduating from a New York City high school to attend public or private colleges and universities, regardless of ethnicity, national origin, or immigration status. Apply online when application period opens in November.

īmēra: info@ascendfundny.org

Email: info@ascendfundny.org

E whakarato ana te Karahipi pūtea Meri Rosenblum Somit $4,000 ($2,000 ia wāhanga) ki te paetahi i te Whare Wānanga o Buffalo, New York, e te ka whaktauria i roto i matūora, sciences biomedical Pūtaiao me te toxicology ranei. Ko te tino hiahia ki te ākonga nei he manene, tamariki o manene tuatahi-whakatupuranga ākonga kāreti ranei. Hoatu i runga i te paetukutuku.

The Mary Rosenblum Somit Scholarship fund provides $4,000 ($2,000 per semester) to an undergraduate at the University of Buffalo, New York, who is majoring in biochemistry, biomedical sciences or pharmacology and toxicology. Preference is given to students who are immigrants, children of immigrants or first-generation college students. Apply on the website.

waea: (716) 829-3955

Phone: (716) 829-3955

īmēra: khickey@buffalo.edu

Email: khickey@buffalo.edu

Te Tai Tokerau Carolina

North Carolina

Karahipi mō te tuatahi-whakatupuranga US tangata, hūfanga, me manene paetahi i te Wake kura nui County. e kore e hiahia ana koe tuhinga ture ki te tono.

Scholarship for first-generation US citizens, refugees, and immigrants graduating from a Wake County high school. You do not need legal documents to apply.

waea: (919) 474-8370 ext. 4028

Phone: (919) 474-8370 ext. 4028

īmēra: julia@trianglecf.org

Email: julia@trianglecf.org

Ohio

Ohio

Karahipi mō rerenga noho i roto i te rohe tri-kāwanatanga Greater Cincinnati. rerenga katoa whai mātauranga teitei i te iwi whānui, tūmataiti, kāreti hangarau whare wānanga ranei i roto i te USA taea te tono. E kore here tau.

Scholarship for refugees residing in the Greater Cincinnati tri-state area. All refugees pursuing higher education at a public, private, technical college or university in the USA can apply. There are no age restrictions.

waea: (513) 449-0368

Phone: (513) 449-0368

īmēra: info@refugeeconnect.org

Email: info@refugeeconnect.org

Texas

Texas

Tenei karahipi Ko hoki tuatahi-whakatupuranga manene tamariki - te hunga e whai ana i tētahi o ngā mātua e hiki ki te Hononga o Amerika. Ka hiahia kia hoatu ki ngā tamariki o manene i Mexico Central America ranei.

This scholarship is for first-generation immigrant children – those who have at least one parent who immigrated to the United States. Preference will be given to children of immigrants from Mexico or Central America.

waea: (210) 458-8000

Phone: (210) 458-8000

īmēra: onestop@utsa.edu

Email: onestop@utsa.edu

Utah

Utah

karahipi tonu me te kaiakopono mō ngā ākonga wā tonu ki te hunga papamuri, hiahia hoatu ki ngā ākonga uluaki tīmata i te kāreti hapori. Me mau tonu GPA o 2.5 teitei ranei.

Full scholarships and mentoring for full time students with refugee background, preference given to freshman students starting at a community college. Must maintain GPA of 2.5 or higher.

waea: (801) 360-5707

Phone: (801) 360-5707

īmēra: info@onerefugee.org

Email: info@onerefugee.org

Virginia

Virginia

karahipi o $1000 hoki te ao ranei tuatahi-whakatupuranga ākonga American nei tona whakaaro, ko te ki te paetahi i University Averett me whakaatu hiahia pūtea. Me mau tonu i te toharite ira kōeke o 3.0 pai ranei.

Scholarship of $1000 for international or first-generation American student who whose intent is to graduate from Averett University and demonstrates financial need. Must maintain a grade point average of 3.0 or better.

waea: (434) 791-5600

Phone: (434) 791-5600

īmēra: finaid@averett.edu

Email: finaid@averett.edu

Wyoming

Wyoming

karahipi o $500 whakawhiwhia ki te tamarikitanga American whakatupuranga tuatahi. Me whakamatau koe hiahia pūtea, me te whakamahere ki te haere tetahi o te 7 kareti hapori o te Whare Wānanga o Wyoming.

Scholarship of $500 awarded to a first generation American youth. You must prove financial need and plan to attend one of the 7 community colleges of the University of Wyoming.

waea: (307) 777-6198

Phone: (307) 777-6198

īmēra: bruce.hayes@wyo.gov

Email: bruce.hayes@wyo.gov

SAT utu whakamātautau me te kāreti utu tono motika

SAT test fee and college application fee waiver

Ko tenei hoki ngā ākonga i te moni iti nei te mau utuafare. te tikanga te motika e kore e hiahia ana koe ki te utu i te utu. Ka taea e koe te tono mō ngā kura ki runga ki te wha. E wātea ana ki te 11 iti-moni me ngā ākonga kōeke 12 waivers i roto i nga rohe USA US ranei. tangata US ora waho te USA kia taea ki te whai utu whakamātautau muku te. Ka taea e koe te tono mō te SAT waivers utu Subject Test, ki te he koe i roto i ngā kōeke 9 i roto i 12.

This is for students whose families have a low income. A waiver means that you will not need to pay the fee. You can apply for up to four schools. Waivers are available to low-income 11th and 12th grade students in the USA or US territories. US citizens living outside the USA may be able to have test fees waived. You can apply for SAT Subject Test fee waivers if you are in grades 9 through 12.

waea: (866) 630-9305

Phone: (866) 630-9305

Karahipi mō mara motuhake o te akoranga

Scholarships for specific fields of learning

He uru tahi rua-wiki mō kaipakihi me te feia faatere pāpori. He uru tahi i roto i te mahi i reira e kore e utua e koe. Engari, whiwhi koe ki te ako i ngā pūkenga hou, me te whakatau iwi e nehenehe e tauturu ia koe. Me whai koe i te moni i roto i te huringa me te ripeka-ahurea kōrero. Ko reira pai ki te he reira kōrero i waenganui i ngā hapori Hurai, me te Muslim.

A two-week fellowship for entrepreneurs and social leaders. A fellowship in a job where you are not paid. Instead, you get to learn new skills and meet people who can help you. You must have an interest in change and cross-cultural conversation. It is best if it is conversation between Jewish and Muslim communities.

Whakapā: puka ipurangi i http://adrfellowship.org/contact/

Contact: online form at http://adrfellowship.org/contact/

He hōtaka whakahoa 12-marama mō te iwi kei te mahi nei i runga i te mahi i roto i te whanaketanga o te ao. Me whai koe i te tohu paetahi i roto i te mara e hāngai ana ki te whanaketanga o te ao. Me kua pau hoki koe i te iti rawa 6 marama tāwāhi i roto i te whenua te whakawhanake. Me waiho e koe matatau i roto i te reo Ingarihi me te reo tuarua.

A 12-month fellowship program for people who are working on a career in international development. You must have a graduate degree in a field relevant to international development. You also must have spent at least 6 months overseas in a developing country. You must be fluent in English and a second language.

waea: (888) 277-7575

Phone: (888) 277-7575

īmēra: idfp@crs.org

Email: idfp@crs.org

He hōtaka 8-marama e whakapai ake koutou pūkenga kōrero Ingarihi i matatau ki te taumata-ngaio. ka te karahipi tonu kia whakaratohia ki te iwi te hunga e whakaaetia ki te hōtaka. Me titauraa e whiwhi koe i te mahi ki te kāwanatanga e hānga ana, ka e mahi koe ki te hōtaka.

A 8-month program that improves your English communication skills from advanced to professional-level. A full scholarship will be provided to people who are accepted to the program. You must requirement that get a job with the federal government when you are done with the program.

waea: (202) 687-4455

Phone: (202) 687-4455

īmēra: info_ehlsprogram.org

Email: info_ehlsprogram.org

karahipi o $2,500 hangaia ki te tautoko i te iwi taitamariki huri noa i te ao i roto i te hunga e hiahia ana ki te haere ki te kāreti. Me waiho koe i waenganui i nga tau o 18-26. Me whiriwhiri koe i tētahi tohu paetahi i roto i te mara kakau pakihi ranei.

Scholarship of $2,500 designed to support young people around the world in who want to go to college. You must be between the ages of 18-26. You must choose an undergraduate degree in a STEM field or business.

Teremera: (202) 686-8652

Tel: (202) 686-8652

īmēra: wufoundation@iie.org

Email: wufoundation@iie.org

scholarships for refugees and immigrants in the US. Thanks to the Portland Adult Education Program for use of their photos. Photo by Molly Haley.
angalelei Whakaahua o Molly Haley, Portland Pakeke Program Mātauranga.
scholarships for refugees and immigrants in the US. Thanks to the Portland Adult Education Program for use of their photos. Photo by Molly Haley.
Photo courtesy of Molly Haley, Portland Adult Education Program.

Karahipi mō ngā rōpū motuhake, me Iwi

Scholarships for specific groups and nationalities

ētahi turanga, whakahaere me ngā rōpū ngaio whakaora moni ki karahipi tohu ki te iwi o etahi mātāwaka.

Some foundations, organizations and professional associations save money to award scholarships to people of certain ethnicities.

Ngā ākonga o te uri African

Students of African descent

Future Scholars of Africa (FSA) is a Utah-based nonprofit organization created by students, for students. FSA provides high school and college students who are immigrants, hūfanga, or asylees from Africa with scholarships, mentorship, and free tutoring in all subjects. Services are customized to fit the needs of each student. hei tauira, for high school students planning to go to college, they provide mentorship for on how to succeed throughout college. Email if you are interested in receiving help from FSA.

Future Scholars of Africa (FSA) is a Utah-based nonprofit organization created by students, for students. FSA provides high school and college students who are immigrants, refugees, or asylees from Africa with scholarships, mentorship, and free tutoring in all subjects. Services are customized to fit the needs of each student. For example, for high school students planning to go to college, they provide mentorship for on how to succeed throughout college. Email if you are interested in receiving help from FSA.

īmēra: futurescholarsofafrica@gmail.com

Email: futurescholarsofafrica@gmail.com

He karahipi-tau 2 ki te haere Southern Maine College Hapori. Kei te whakawhiwhia te reira ki te manene Awherika parau tuite i te kura nui Portland.

A 2-year scholarship to attend Southern Maine Community College. It is awarded to an African immigrant graduating from a Portland high school.

īmēra: info@mapsj.org

Email: info@mapsj.org

Āhia, ngā ākonga Tonga Te Tai Rāwhiti o Āhia me nga moutere

Asian, South East Asian and Pacific Islander students

2 ki 3 karahipi o $2,500 - $5,000 ia mō ngā ākonga o te matawaka Āhia Pacific Islander me / ranei me noho i roto i California (rohe Bay meinga). Tikiake i te tono i runga i te paetukutuku. Whakahaere e te Fund Āhia Kiwa.

2 to 3 scholarships of $2,500 – $5,000 each for students of Asian and/or Pacific Islander ethnicity and resident in California (Bay area preferred). Download the application on the website. Administered by the Asian Pacific Fund.

waea: (415) 395-9985

Phone: (415) 395-9985

īmēra: scholarship@asianpacificfund.org

Email: scholarship@asianpacificfund.org

Karahipi hoki Moutere Āhia me / ranei Kiwa ki te arotahi ki runga i ngā ākonga ki te kaha hiahia pūtea, me te / e ki te haere ki te kāreti tuatahi i roto i to ratou mau utuafare e te haere ranei whare wānanga motuhake (kite paetukutuku mō te rārangi).

Scholarships for Asian and/or Pacific Islanders with a focus on students with strong financial need and/or are first in their families to go to college who are attending specific universities (see website for list).

waea: (877) 808-7032

Phone: (877) 808-7032

īmēra: info@apiascholars.org

Email: info@apiascholars.org

Karahipi mō ngā ākonga e faaite ngā i roto i te Āhia me nga moutere (API). Ko hoki reira hoki moe wahine, takatāpui, taera rua, transgender, me te queer (LGBTQ) hapori ako i te kura i roto i te US.

Scholarship for students who express activism in the Asian and Pacific Islander (API). It is also for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) communities studying at a school in the US.

waea: (415) 857-4272

Phone: (415) 857-4272

īmēra: info@gapafoundation.org

Email: info@gapafoundation.org

Karahipi mō te hihiri Paetahi me te paetahi ngā ākonga. Me koe whakamahere i runga i ako pūtaiao, ākonga hauora koiora ranei o tuku iho Āhia Tonga.

Scholarship for motivated undergraduate and graduate students. You must be planning on studying science, medical or biology students of Southeast Asian heritage.

īmēra: scholarship@stemcellthailand.org

Email: scholarship@stemcellthailand.org

Ngā ākonga o te uri Arab

Students of Arab descent

Karahipi whakawhiwhia i runga i te pūtake whakataetae ki ngā ākonga o te kainga tupu Arab. Me koe tōtika i runga i te tono ki te kāreti hapori, -Tau e wha kāreti, me te kura puta. Me kia te kura i roto i te New York, New Jersey, ranei Connecticut.

Scholarship awarded on a competitive basis to students of Arab heritage. You must be planing on applying to a community college, four-year college, and graduate school. The school must be in New York, New Jersey, or Connecticut.

waea: (347) 924-9674/ (917) 591-2177

Phone: (347) 924-9674/ (917) 591-2177

īmēra: fernado@amln.org

Email: fernado@amln.org

He maha ngā karahipi e wātea ana mō te Arab Ameliká ranei takitahi o uri Arab ako i roto i te USA. Tēnā, haere ki te paetukutuku mō te rārangi tonu o karahipi.

Several scholarships available for Arab Americans or individuals of Arab descent studying in the USA. Please visit the website for full list of scholarships.

Karahipi mō ngā ākonga o te uri Arab. Me waiho e koe he teina, kura puta matua te haere ranei i te mara o te pāpāho nūpepa ranei. taea hoki e koe te te ka whaktauria i roto i nūpepa, irirangi, pouaka whakaata kiriata me te / ranei. Me waiho koe i roto i tētahi hōtaka paetahi rite te teina matua ranei. Ka taea hoki e koe i roto i te hōtaka paetahi.

Scholarship for students of Arab descent. You must be a junior, senior or attending graduate school in the field of media or journalism. You can also be majoring in journalism, radio, television and/or film. You must be in an undergraduate program as a junior or senior. You can also be in a graduate program.

waea: (202) 244-2990

Phone: (202) 244-2990

īmēra: organizing@adc.org

Email: organizing@adc.org

Karahipi hoki Arab-Ameliká e whai māka pai me he wāhi i roto i ngā, me i roto i to ratou hapori.

Scholarship for Arab-Americans who have excellent grades and are involved in activism and in their community.

Whakapā: puka ipurangi i http://www.naaponline.org/about-naap/contact/

Contact: online form at http://www.naaponline.org/about-naap/contact/

Karahipi mō te wā tonu paetahi paetahi ranei ākonga. Me te ako koe engineering, hoahoanga, pūtaiao rorohiko, IT ranei. Me waiho e koe he mema ākonga o nāianei o AAAEA – Area Capital te tamaiti o te mema o nāianei ranei.

Scholarship for full time undergraduate or graduate students. You must be studying engineering, architecture, computer science, or IT. You must be a current student member of AAAEA – Capital Area or a child of a current member.

īmēra: AAAEADC@AAAEADC.com

Email: AAAEADC@AAAEADC.com

Karahipi mō wahine American Arab e haere ana te kura i roto i Michigan.

Scholarship for Arab American women attending school in Michigan.

Whakapā: Yvonne Aperahama

Contact: Yvonne Abraham

īmēra: yabraham@aawbc.org

Email: yabraham@aawbc.org

Ngā ākonga o te uri Philipino

Students of Filipino descent

E rima karahipi o $5000 ia homai tau ki ngā ākonga o te iti rawa 50% tuku iho Philipino nei e noho i roto i California. Tikiake i te tono i runga i te paetukutuku. Whakahaere e te Fund Āhia Kiwa.

Five scholarships of $5000 each given annually to students of at least 50% Filipino heritage who are living in California. Download the application on the website. Administered by the Asian Pacific Fund.

waea: (415) 395-9985

Phone: (415) 395-9985

īmēra: scholarship@asianpacificfund.org

Email: scholarship@asianpacificfund.org

Ngā ākonga o te uri Iranian

Students of Iranian descent

Karahipi mō ngā ākonga manene tuatahi-whakatupuranga. Me waiho te tangata US noho ture ranei e noho ana i roto i California.

Scholarship for first-generation immigrant students. Must be a US citizen or legal resident residing in California.

waea: (877) 968-6328

Phone: (877) 968-6328

īmēra: grants@foroutanfoundation.org

Email: grants@foroutanfoundation.org

karahipi maha mō ngā ākonga o te uri Iranian i runga i hiahia pūtea, whai wāhi hapori, ranei paetae mātauranga.

Multiple scholarships for students of Iranian descent based on financial need, community involvement, or academic achievement.

īmēra: info@theisf.org

Email: info@theisf.org

karahipi maha e wātea ana ki ngā ākonga o te kura nui, me te ki tonu te wā ngā ākonga kāreti o uri Iranian.

Multiple scholarships available to graduating high school students and full time college students of Iranian descent.

waea: 727-433-2133

Phone: 727-433-2133

īmēra: momenifoundation@aol.com

Email: momenifoundation@aol.com

Latin / ākonga Pāniora

Latino/Hispanic students

Karahipi mō ngā ākonga Pāniora rapu-tau 4 matatau ranei nga nekehanga. Karahipi ngā i $500 ki $5,000 hāngai ana i runga i te hiahia whanaunga.

Scholarship for Hispanic students seeking 4-year or advanced degrees. Scholarships range from $500 to $5,000 based on relative need.

Whakapā: puka ipurangi i te https://www.hsf.net/en_US/contact-us

Contact: online form at https://www.hsf.net/en_US/contact-us

He rārangi o karahipi, tae atu i te Karahipi Program MALDEF Law School. Ko tenei hoki ngā ākonga ture e hiahia ana ki te kōkiri i te tika ā-o te hapori Latin.

A list of scholarships, including the MALDEF Law School Scholarship Program. This is for law students who want to advance the civil rights of the Latino community.

Whakapā: puka ipurangi i http://www.maldef.org/contact/index.html

Contact: online form at http://www.maldef.org/contact/index.html

Karahipi hoki Central American me ngā ākonga Latin te hunga e hiahia ana ki te whakauru i roto i te kāreti. Me ora koe i roto i te rohe Los Angeles. E tuwhera karahipi ki ngā ākonga katoa ahakoa o tūnga manene.

Scholarship for Central American and Latino students who want to enroll in college. You must live in the Los Angeles area. Scholarships are open to all students regardless of immigration status.

waea: (213) 480-1052

Phone: (213) 480-1052

Ngā ākonga i Myanmar

Students from Myanmar

Karahipi mō ngā ākonga hou i Myanmar rapu tohu o te tuarua i te University o nga tangata.

Scholarship for new students from Myanmar seeking an associate’s degree from the University of the People.

īmēra: financial.aid@uopeople.edu

Email: financial.aid@uopeople.edu

Ngā ākonga o te uri Pirihitia

Students of Palestinian descent

Karahipi mō ngā ākonga American Pirihitia, me te Pirihitia i kāinga iti-moni.

Scholarships for Palestinian and Palestinian American students from low-income homes.

waea: (734) 425-1600

Phone: (734) 425-1600

īmēra: admin@afrp.org

Email: admin@afrp.org

ngā ākonga Hiriani

Syrian students

Karahipi mō ngā ākonga huri noa te ao e he rerenga fekumi whakarurutanga ranei.

Scholarship for students around the world who are refugees or asylum seekers.

īmēra: info@uopeople.edu

Email: info@uopeople.edu

karahipi tonu me te kanohi mō ngā ākonga Hiriani whakamahere ki te haere i te whare wānanga mema Hiria Consortium. Ka taea e kite koe i te rārangi o ngā whare wānanga i runga i te paetukutuku.

Full and partial scholarships for Syrian students planning to attend a Syria Consortium member university. You can see a list of universities on the website.

īmēra: syriasupport@iie.org

Email: syriasupport@iie.org

Scholarships for migrant worker families

Scholarships for migrant worker families

The College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) is a federally-funded educational support and scholarship program that helps more than 2,000 students annually from migrant and seasonal farm-working backgrounds to reach and succeed in college. Participants receive financial assistance during their freshman year of college and ongoing academic support until their graduation. You can check the list of CAMP programs to see if there is a scholarship program in your state.

The College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) is a federally-funded educational support and scholarship program that helps more than 2,000 students annually from migrant and seasonal farm-working backgrounds to reach and succeed in college. Participants receive financial assistance during their freshman year of college and ongoing academic support until their graduation. You can check the list of CAMP programs to see if there is a scholarship program in your state.

utu karahipi $500 mō te tomo ākonga whakauru i roto i te kāreti atu hōtaka mātauranga ranei ranei. Ko hoki reira hoki takitahi e kore nei i whakaoti i te kura nui, engari whakaatu kupu whakaari o kaha ki te haere tonu kura.

Scholarship worth $500 for students entering or enrolled in college or other education programs. It is also for individuals who did not complete high school but show promise of ability to continue schooling.

Whakapā: Chris Norton, kaiwhakahaere

Contact: Chris Norton, Director

īmēra: cnorton@gvboces.org
Email: cnorton@gvboces.org
waea: 800-245-5681

Phone: 800-245-5681

He $2000 karahipi mō kaimahi pāmu tamaiti o kaimahi pāmu o tetahi whakamārama iwi iwi ranei ranei. Me waiho US tangata noho pūmau ranei. Tikiake i te tono i runga i te paetukutuku. Whakahaere e te Fund Āhia Kiwa.

A $2000 scholarship for farm workers or child of farm workers of any racial or ethnic background. Must be US citizen or permanent resident. Download the application on the website. Administered by the Asian Pacific Fund.

waea: (415) 395-9985

Phone: (415) 395-9985

īmēra: scholarship@asianpacificfund.org

Email: scholarship@asianpacificfund.org

Karahipi mō te New Ameliká tuatahi-whakatupuranga tangata ranei

Scholarships for New Americans or first-generation citizens

He $90,000 whakawhiwhia karahipi i runga i 2 tau mō ngā manene, hūfanga, me te tuatahi-whakatupuranga Ameliká. Me whakamahere e koe ki te whakauru wā tonu i roto i te hōtaka tohu paetahi. Me kia hoki koe i raro i te tau o 31.

A $90,000 scholarship awarded over 2 years for immigrants, refugees, and first-generation Americans. You must be planning to enroll full time in a graduate degree program. You also must be under the age of 31.

waea: (212) 547-6926

Phone: (212) 547-6926

īmēra: PDSoros@pdsoros.org

Email: PDSoros@pdsoros.org

Karahipi mō te tuatahi-whakatupuranga tangata, hūfanga, ranei manene nei tae kura i roto i te Kaute Wake, Te Tai Tokerau Carolina. Kahore he tuhinga e hiahiatia ana.

Scholarship for first-generation citizens, refugees, or immigrants who attended school in Wake County, North Carolina. There is no documentation required.

waea: (919) 474-8370 ext. 4028

Phone: (919) 474-8370 ext. 4028

Whakapā: Julia Da Silva
Contact: Julia Da Silva
īmēra: julia@trianglecf.org

Email: julia@trianglecf.org

Karahipi mō te tuatahi-whakatupuranga Ameliká noho i roto i Wyoming. Me whakamahere e koe kia ki haere tetahi o te o te kāwanatanga 7 kareti hapori te University o Wyoming ranei.

Scholarship for first-generation Americans residing in Wyoming. You must be planning to attend one of the state’s 7 community colleges or the University of Wyoming.

waea: (307) 777-6198

Phone: (307) 777-6198

īmēra: bruce.hayes@wyo.gov

Email: bruce.hayes@wyo.gov

Karahipi mō te tuatahi-whakatupuranga Ameliká ranei manene tu'ite i te Eagan, kura nui Minnesota. Hoatu ki kotahi tono mō tenei karahipi me 100+ atu karahipi i roto i te Eagan Foundation.

Scholarship for first-generation Americans or immigrants graduating from an Eagan, Minnesota high school. Apply with one application for this scholarship and 100+ other scholarships within the Eagan Foundation.

waea: (651) 243-1198

Phone: (651) 243-1198

īmēra: admin@eaganfoundation.org

Email: admin@eaganfoundation.org

Karahipi ki kahore he tuhinga e hiahiatia ana

Scholarships with no documentation required

Karahipi hoki manene, tangata tuatahi-whakatupuranga, rerenga ranei (kahore tuhinga e hiahiatia ana) e tae kura i roto i te Kaute Wake, Te Tai Tokerau Carolina.

Scholarship for immigrants, first-generation citizens, or refugees (no documentation required) who attended school in Wake County, North Carolina.

waea: (919) 474-8370 ext. 4028

Phone: (919) 474-8370 ext. 4028

Whakapā: Julia Da Silva
Contact: Julia Da Silva
īmēra: julia@trianglecf.org

Email: julia@trianglecf.org

He taranata me te karahipi e hāngai ana hiahia-no te moemoea e haere ana i te kura tūmatanui Chicago.

A talent and need-based scholarship for DREAMers attending a Chicago public school.

Whakapā: Luis Narvaez

Contact: Luis Narvaez

īmēra: dreamers@cps.edu

Email: dreamers@cps.edu

Karahipi o runga ki $7,000 hoki manene iti-moni tu'ite no te haapiiraa teitei. taea hoki e koe te te whakauru i roto i te haapiiraa tuatoru, me te paetahi hōtaka e ora i roto i / haere kura i roto i te Area San Francisco Bay.

Scholarship of up to $7,000 for low-income immigrants graduating from high school. You can also be enrolled in college and graduate programs who live in/attend school in the San Francisco Bay Area.

īmēra: nancy@immigrantsrising.org

Email: nancy@immigrantsrising.org

Karahipi mō ngā ākonga ki-kōeke nui. Me whakamahere e koe ki te whai i tētahi tohu paetahi i te kāreti-tau 4. Me whakaaetia kaitono mo Dacă TPS ranei. Me waiho koe āhei ki te whai wāhi i roto i waihanga utua.

Scholarship for students with great-grades. You must be planning to pursue an undergraduate degree at a 4-year college. Applicants must be approved for DACA or TPS. You must be eligible to participate in paid internships.

īmēra: info@goldendoorscholars.org

Email: info@goldendoorscholars.org

patua ana tēnei hōtaka karahipi e te Kaunihera o Mexican Fédérations i Amerika Te Tai Tokerau (cöfe). Te reira i tohu karahipi o $500 ki ngā ākonga Community College me $1,000 ki ngā ākonga paetahi e haere ana kareti-tau e wha whare wänanga ranei i Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, Inland Empire, whenua San Bernardino me Ventura i California. Me whakaaro kaitono mōhiotia ranei me whai hua i AB-540 ranei Dacă. Hoki e taea e ratou hei he mema kia pā ki te mema o te Kotahitanga COFEM-nō karapu ranei ranei.

This scholarship program is offered by the Council of Mexican Federations in North America (COFEM). It awards scholarships of $500 to Community College students and $1,000 to undergraduate students attending four-year colleges or universities in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, Inland Empire, San Bernardino and Ventura countries in California. Applicants must be considered undocumented or must benefit from AB-540 or DACA. Also they can be a member or be related to a member of a COFEM-affiliated federation or club.

waea: (213) 417-8394

Phone: (213) 417-8394

īmēra: lzarazua@cofem.org

Email: lzarazua@cofem.org

Karahipi mō rerenga fekumi whakarurutanga ranei

Scholarships for refugees or asylum seekers

hāngai Me-karahipi mō te manene o Vermont me ngā ākonga whakarurutanga-rapu. Ko te anake tenei hoki ngā ākonga whakamahere ki te haere Champlain College.

Need-based scholarship for Vermont’s refugee and asylum-seeking students. This is only for students planning to attend Champlain College.

waea: (802) 860-2777

Phone: (802) 860-2777

īmēra: compass@champlain.edu

Email: compass@champlain.edu

Wātea ki ngā ākonga huri noa te ao e he rerenga fekumi whakarurutanga ranei.

Available to students around the world who are refugees or asylum seekers.

īmēra: info@uopeople.edu

Email: info@uopeople.edu

Karahipi mō rerenga ranei fekumi whakarurutanga whakamahere ki te haere University o nga tangata.

Scholarship for refugees or asylum seekers planning to attend University of the People.

waea: info@uopeople.edu

Phone: info@uopeople.edu

Ko te whiwhinga tahitanga ki te tau-roa tenei. He whakahoa Ko te mahi utu kore i reira whiwhi koe ki te ako i ngā pūkenga hou. Ko reira hoki ahorangi, kairangahau, me pūkenga tūmatanui e fehangahangai tuma ki to ratou oraraa, me mahi i roto i o ratou whenua te kāinga.

This is a year-long fellowship. A fellowship is a unpaid job where you get to learn new skills. It is for professors, researchers, and public intellectuals who face threats to their lives and careers in their home countries.

waea: (212) 205-6486

Phone: (212) 205-6486

īmēra: srf@iie.org

Email: srf@iie.org

Karahipi mō wahine

Scholarships for women

Career Development Grants provide funding to women who hold a bachelor’s degree and are preparing to advance or change careers or reenter the workforce. Primary consideration is given to women of color and women pursuing their first advanced degree or credentials in nontraditional fields. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents whose last degree was received before June 30, 2014. Funds are available for tuition, fees, books, supplies, local transportation, and dependent care. Hoatu i runga i te paetukutuku.

Career Development Grants provide funding to women who hold a bachelor’s degree and are preparing to advance or change careers or reenter the workforce. Primary consideration is given to women of color and women pursuing their first advanced degree or credentials in nontraditional fields. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents whose last degree was received before June 30, 2014. Funds are available for tuition, fees, books, supplies, local transportation, and dependent care. Apply on the website.

E-mail: connect@aauw.org

E-mail: connect@aauw.org

waea: 202.785.7700

Phone: 202.785.7700

Karahipi mō wahine American Arab e haere ana te kura i roto i Michigan.

Scholarship for Arab American women attending school in Michigan.

Whakapā: Yvonne Aperahama

Contact: Yvonne Abraham

īmēra: yabraham@aawbc.org

Email: yabraham@aawbc.org

akoranga ngaio mō te wahine e hiahia ana ki te anō-tomo ratou mara ngaio. He hoki akoranga reo mō kōmitimiti ki to ratou whenua hou akoranga ranei ki te haere whakamātautau motu hiahiatia.

Professional courses for women who want to re-enter their professional field. There are also language courses for integration into their new country or courses to pass required national exams.

waea: (+41) 22 731 2380

Phone: (+41) 22 731 2380

The Red Thread Fellowship is available to college-bound women of international backgrounds who will be entering an American college or university in the coming fall.The fellowship consists of two parts: he $1000 scholarship award and year-long mentorship support. There are no GPA or U.S. residency requirements. The application consists of several short-answer questions, two essays, and two letters of recommendation. We require that at least one of your recommenders be an academic reference, such as a teacher or a guidance counselor. Hoatu i runga i te paetukutuku.

The Red Thread Fellowship is available to college-bound women of international backgrounds who will be entering an American college or university in the coming fall.The fellowship consists of two parts: a $1000 scholarship award and year-long mentorship support. There are no GPA or U.S. residency requirements. The application consists of several short-answer questions, two essays, and two letters of recommendation. We require that at least one of your recommenders be an academic reference, such as a teacher or a guidance counselor. Apply on the website.

īmēra: info@redthreadfoundation.org

Email: info@redthreadfoundation.org

Scholarships for everyone

Scholarships for everyone

Careeronestop is a US government website that helps people find jobs and training for jobs. It has a list of scholarships that you can search. You can filter by level of study or by place or by both. Underaffiliation required,” you can even filter for being in an ethnic minority.

Careeronestop is a US government website that helps people find jobs and training for jobs. It has a list of scholarships that you can search. You can filter by level of study or by place or by both. Under “affiliation required,” you can even filter for being in an ethnic minority.

Karaati

Grants

Ka taea hoki te tono mō takuhe, e ko tetahi ahua o te tautoko pūtea mō te mātauranga. Ko te tari o Federal Ākonga Aid whakarato takuhe, taurewa, me moni mahi-ako mō te kāreti mahi ranei kura. Hoatu i Taupānga Federal hoki Free Ākonga Aid (FAFSA).

You can also apply for grants, which are another kind of financial support for education. The office of Federal Student Aid provides grants, loans, and work-study funds for college or career school. Apply at Federal Application for Free Student Aid (FAFSA).

He maha karahipi mō manene, me rerenga. Ki te matau koutou o ētahi atu ki te tāpiri, tēnā īmēra tatou. Ka tāpiri ratou matou ki te rārangi.

There are many scholarships for immigrants and refugees. If you know of others to add, please email us. We will add them to the list.

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