Scholarships of county 'St. joseph' within Indiana
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Vietnamese Missionary Grant
This grant, funded by the Antioch Mission Fellowship of Mishawaka, Indiana, is available for students either accepted for or enrolled in a master's level program at WSC and whose goal upon graduation is to enter a full-time ministry directed to Vietnamese people. The primary selection criterion for the award is an essay submitted by the applicant which affirms a commitment to the Reformed faith and outlines the applicant's vision and strategy for advancing churches of the Reformed faith among Vietnamese people in Vietnam, the United States and/or other parts of the world. Additional criteria are the applicant's year of study at the seminary (with preference given to first year students), and academic record. Financial need may also be considered. It is expected that one award will be given each year. For further information, please contact the Dean of Students.
One Extraordinary Fellowship will be offered to a scholar who might not qualify for one of the other fellowships offered by the Center-foreign scholars or those outside the field of philosophy, theologians who want to enrich their understanding of philosophy of religion and theistic philosophy, humanists from other fields who could benefit by a deeper grasp of the sort of philosophy practiced at the Center, and scholars interested in a theistic approach to psychology, sociology, economics, and other subjects. The appointment provides a stipend of $40,000 for the academic year. University of Notre Dame, Center for Philosophy of Religion 418 Malloy Hall Notre Dame, IN 46556 Phone: (219) 631-7339 www.nd.edu/~cprelig/
Medieval Institute Library - Stipends for Short-termed Postdoctoral Research
Occasionally, stipends in the amount of $1,500 per month are available for three- to six-month periods for postdoctoral scholars who wish to conduct research in the Medieval Institute Library. Such temporary, residential visitors to the Institute form a lively complement to the permanent faculty and student community and benefit greatly from the opportunities for professional interaction. The Institute has welcomed postdoctoral scholars from the Netherlands, Canada, Ukraine, and Hungary, among others. The number of stipends available (up to three in a given year) varies and applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Awards are made at the discretion of the director of the Medieval Institute. Visitors are encouraged to seek additional financial support from their home institutions or other sources to supplement the stipend awards. Applicants should send letters of inquiry describing the nature of the research they wish to conduct at Notre Dame, how the particular resources of the Medieval Institute will assist them, a curriculum vitae, and contact information for three references to the address below. Applicants should inquire between six months and one year prior to the time they wish to be in residency, in order to allow sufficient time for the necessary preparations. Send inquiries to: Director Medieval Institute 715 Hesburgh Library University of Notre Dame Notre Dame, IN 46556 http://www.nd.edu/~medinst/funding/funding.html#mellon
Officer Paul R. Deguch Memorial Scholarship
Eligibility: * Resident of St. Joseph County. * Pursuing an undergraduate degree in criminal education. * Minimum 2.5 GPA. Award: * $1,000 per year for tuition and required fees. Number: * One award is given each year. Students wishing to renew their scholarship must reapply each year. Contact: * Visit the IUSB Offices of Admission, Financial Aid and Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs. Applications are also available at the office of the South Bend Police Department, but must be submitted to Indiana University South Bend School Department of Criminal Justice.
Virginia B. Calvin Scholarship
Eligibility: * Female graduate from the South Bend Community School Corporation entering her freshman year at Ivy Tech. * Minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA, and * Pursue a post-secondary education at Ivy Tech Community College, South Bend campus. Award: * $1250 per year for tuition and required fees. Number: * One award is given each year Contact: * Visit the Ivy Tech Financial Aid Office at the South Bend campus for additional information. Giving limited to St. Joseph County, IN.
South Bend Clinic Scholarship
Eligibility: * Advanced Medical Assisting Students * Satisfactory completed a minimum of 24 credit hours (transfer credits count toward the minimum) * A GPA above 2.0, with a minimum 2.5 GPA preferred Award: * Up to $500 will be available per semester. Number: * One new award each year. Contact: * Visit the Ivy Tech Financial Aid Office at the South Bend campus for additional information. Giving limited to St. Joseph County, IN.
Donald C. and Marion E. Currier Scholarship
Eligibility: * Be a resident of St. Joseph County, Indiana. * Be accepted by the Purdue University School of Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering or Aeronautics and Astronautics and intend to pursue a full-time baccalaureate course of study. * Maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0. Award: * This generous scholarship will provide up to full tuition, required fees, an allowance for books, and on-campus housing or an off-campus living allowance. This scholarship is renewable for up to six semesters based on review. Number: * Number of awards is based on funds available. Contact: * Visit the Mechanical, Industrial or Aeronautics and Astronautics departments for additional information.
This scholarship is awarded to a student who is attending one of the six educational institutions in Northwest Indiana (see application). It is based upon the four values of the Welcome Center's "Celebrate Northwest Indiana Wall": exploration, courage, creativity and innovation. Scholarship Amount: $1,000Number of Awards: One (1)Eligibility: Enrolled in one of these six educational institutions in Northwest Indiana: Calumet College of St. Joseph, Indiana University Northwest, Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana Northwest, Purdue University Calumet, Purdue University North Central, and Valparaiso University; and completed at least 12 credit hours.Deadline: March 15thApplication: Available in Financial Aid office or see website