PAUL AND Daisy Soros FELLOWSHIP FOR NEW AMERICANS
This fellowship provides a $90,000 award over the course of 2 years. In order to qualify for the scholarship program, applicants must be planning to attend a graduate-level degree program at an accredited American university on a full-time basis. The scholarships can be awarded to US citizens whose parents were born abroad or who are not US citizens as well as to individuals who were born abroad but are naturalized citizens, adopted by US citizens, green card holders or refugee status.
Phone: (212) 547-6926
EdSeedis a crowd-funding social network that connects displaced students with donors and mentors who support their higher education and journey to economic independence.
Contact link: https://www.edseed.me/contact/
Getting ready for college in the United States can present challenges for immigrant or international students. MY MOVE created a guide to support and prepare students for college while they navigate these tough situations in the US. The guide includes:Step-by-step tips on the application process, two packing checklists for moving into a dorm or an apartment and mental health resources to support students who are struggling.
DREAM REFUGEE MENTORSHIP PROGRAM
The Dream Refugee Mentorship Program is an initiative that aims to help high school students who are or were refugees gain access to professional mentoring, scholarship aid, and a network of connections in order to help them succeed in their high school and post-secondary education.
Contact link: www.dreamrefugee.org/contact
ONE Refugee aims is to help refugees thrive in their new home through career counseling, mentorship, financial aid, and more.
Contact: Raymon Burton, Executive Director 8013667126
CHARTERUP NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP FOR IMMIGRANTS AND REFUGEES
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.
Phone: (866) 315-8261
COLLEGE ASSISTANCE MIGRANT PROGRAM (CAMP)
CAMP is a federally-funded educational support and scholarship program that helps students from migrant and seasonal farm-working backgrounds to reach and succeed in college. The funding supports completion of the first year of studies. Services include outreach to persons who are eligible, counseling, tutoring, skills workshops, financial aid stipends, health services, and housing assistance to eligible students during their first year of college. Limited follow-up services are provided to participants after their first year.
Some participating universities include: Washington State University (WA), University of Idaho, and Michigan State University,
Contact link: https://hepcampassociation.org/contact-us/