Psychology Scholarships

Here are some of the Psychology scholarships on our site for which you may qualify.

NASP-ERT Minority Scholarship Program for Graduate Training in School Psychology

NASP offers $5,000 to a full-time minority student pursuing a career in psychology. To be considered for this scholarship, the candidate must: (1) Be a full-time or part-time minority student; (2) Be a United States citizen; (3) Be enrolled or accepted for enrollment in a NASP-approved and/or regionally accredited school psychology program in the United States, with the aim of becoming a practicing School Psychologist; (4) Be in good academic standing; (5) Have a minimum cumulative overall GPA of 3.0; and (6) Be a member of NASP at the time of designation as a scholarship recipient. Important: Doctoral candidates will not be considered for this award. Only those students enrolled in specialist level (or equivalent) school psychology training programs will be considered for this scholarship award.

Pi Lambda Theta Scholarships

Applications are on-line at or call (800) 487-3411 to receive information by mail. Awards vary from $200 to $1,000. A number of categories exist including music, physical education, counseling, psychology, and classroom teaching. Distinguished student scholar awards are also available.

Nina Ribak-Rosenthal Memorial Scholarship

Eligibility: Must be accepted into School Counseling Program (PPS or M. Ed.)• GPA of 3.00 for at least 60 units completed• May be part-time or full-time• Essay required on the following subject: “Consider today’s world and the social, political, economic, and/or environmental issues/concerns. Discuss one issue which you consider to be poorly and/or unjustly handled. To what are you opposed? What do you suggest as a solution? How would you implement your idea?”

The Recovery Village Healthcare Scholarship

A scholarship for students pursuing a health-related degree program. Areas of study that will be considered include, but are not limited to, counseling, social work, emergency medicine, pre-med, nursing, psychology (with a focus on addiction counseling or a substance-abuse related field).

Early Childhood Educators Scholarship Program

The Early Childhood Educators Scholarship Program was funded as a pilot initiative by the Legislature for the purpose of increasing the quality and availability of teachers and care providers to work with young children and youth in inclusive settings including infant/toddler, preschool and school age programs. The scholarship is designed to provide financial assistance for currently employed early childhood and out of school time educators and providers who enroll in an associate's or bachelor's degree program in Early Childhood Education or related programs. Who Is Eligible? To be eligible for the Early Childhood Educators Scholarship, an applicant must: Be a permanent legal resident of Massachusetts. Be a United States citizen or eligible non-citizen. Be eligible under Title IV Regulations and not in default of a state or federal education loan or grant. Enroll, as a matriculated student, in an undergraduate degree program (full or part-time) in Early Childhood Education, or a related field (i.e., elementary education, sociology, psychology). Be employed, for at least one year, as an educator or provider in an early education and care program or out of school time program that is licensed or authorized by the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care (EEC) and continue employment in this field while pursuing the approved course of study. Have not previously earned a bachelor's degree. Sign an agreement to continue employment as an early childhood educator or provider in Massachusetts upon completing the degree requirement, or repay funds as defined. Eligible Institutions For the purpose of the Early Childhood Educators Scholarship, an eligible institution is defined as a regionally accredited public or private college or university in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts that offers an Early Childhood Education program of study or program in a related field. See website for more information

The Sono Osato Scholarship Fund for Graduate Studies

We will be offering a limited number of competitive scholarships based on academic merit and financial need for current and former dancers who have received the maximum amount from the Caroline H. Newhouse Scholarship Fund and are pursuing graduate degrees in fields other than performance dance. The Osato Scholarship will be limited to a one-time grant of up to $5,000 to any one individual, paying for tuition and fees only. It is anticipated that the endowment will generate funds sufficient to award a grant to a minimum of two applicants annually. Award checks will be made out to the institution. Awards will not be granted retroactively (e.g. not be used to reimburse dancers for tuition already paid, for loans or other credit debt.) To be eligible to apply for a Sono Osato Scholarship applicants must: Have received the maximum allowed amount from the Newhouse Scholarship Fund. Have achieved a minimum 3.5 GPA for an undergraduate or graduate degree, or recent pre-requisite coursework. Be studying or planning to study at the graduate level for a degree in one of the approved areas, such as professional degrees (law and medicine), the medical arts (nursing, physicians assistant, physical therapy, etc.), the helping professions (social work, counseling, psychology, creative arts therapies, etc.), physical and social sciences, education, business and the humanities. Previous recipients of a Gasparinetti Scholarship award are not eligible to apply for an Osato Scholarship.

Vince Peterson Scholarship

Eligibility: * Enrolled in the graduate Counseling and Human Services program and pass the Orientation to Counseling course in the fall and be selected for the next class, beginning in the spring. * Be a member of a class of students underrepresented in the field of Counseling and Human Services; defined as Black, Hispanic, male. * Maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA and satisfactory progress toward completing the MS Degree in Counseling and Human Services. * Enroll in at least one three credit course each semester during which the scholarship is received. Award: * A $2,000 scholarship is disbursed each year (spring, summer and fall semesters), based on enrollment, at $500 per three credit class. The initial award begins during the spring semester and ends the next fall semester. * The scholarship is renewable upon application each December if the above criteria are met, for a total of three years or $6,000. Number: * One new award is given each year. Contact: * Visit the IUSB School of Education, Director of the Masters Degree Program in Counseling and Human Services office for additional information.

Health Care Majors Scholarships

Eligibility Criteria:•Must be of Hispanic background•Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident residing in the United States or Puerto Rico•Must be studying at an accredited university in the U.S. or Puerto Rico for the upcoming academic year•Must be (or plan to be) enrolled full-time as an undergraduate or graduate student for the upcoming academic year•Must have earned and maintain a cumulative Grade Point Average of no less than 3.0 on a 4.0 scale•Must demonstrate financial need•Must be studying a major that falls under the Health Care Majors Application

Rockwell/UNCF Corporate Scholars Program

Scholarship Value: Up to $10,000Classifications: Undergraduate SophomoreMinimum GPA: 3.0Eligible Majors: Business, Finance, Accounting, Psychology, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Industrial DistributionEligible Schools: University of Wisconsin, Florida A&M, Ohio State University, North Carolina A&T, University of Michigan, Purdue University, Georgia Tech, Cleveland State University, California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo, California State Polytechnic University - Pomona, Carnegie Mellon University, Case Western Reserve University, Marquette University, Milwaukee School of EngineeringEligible Locations: Open Scholarship Detail:Rockwell Automation?'s focus is on solutions that help industries meet productivity objectives and is poised to become the most valued global leader of power, control and information solutions. The company brings together leading brands in industrial automation, including Dodge? mechanical power transmission products, Reliance Electric? motors and drives, Allen-Bradley? controls and engineered services and Rockwell Software? factory management software. Rockwell is seeking sophomores in the specified undergraduate degree programs. Applicants must complete and return the downloadable .pdf application and an official transcript, faculty recommendation, and resume to Rockwell/UNCF Corporate Scholars Program, P.O. Box 1435, Alexandria, VA 22313-9998.

Toyota/UNCF Scholarship

Scholarship Value: $7,500Classifications: Undergraduate FreshmanMinimum GPA: 3.0Eligible Majors: Engineering, Finance, Economics, Accounting, Information Systems, Education, Marketing, Communications, Computer Science, Liberal Arts, Political Science, English, Business-Related, Architecture, History, Psychology, Supply Chain Management, Electrical Engineering, Information Technology, Business Sales , Computer Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Management, Mechanical Engineering, Management Information Systems, Construction EngineeringEligible Schools: Bethune-Cookman College, Clark Atlanta University, Morehouse College, Spelman College, Tuskegee University, Xavier UniversityEligible Locations: OpenScholarship Detail:Toyota is recognized as one of the worldwide leaders within the automobile industry. Toyota has partnered with UNCF to provide scholarship opportunities to students at the targeted institutions. The selected recipients will receive a scholarship in the amount of $7,500. The additional majors include Biomedical Engineering, International Business, Manufacturing Engineering and Network Administration and Public Administration.Apply OnlineDonor/Sponsor Name: Toyota Motor Sales, USA, Inc.

Associates in Behavioral Health Scholarship

For LGBTQ students pursuing graduate education in psychology, psychiatry, social work, or psychiatric nursing. Preference given to individuals with demonstrated financial needs and to those entering or already enrolled in an accredited graduate program.

Derivative Duo Scholarship

For residents of Washington studying mental health or human services.

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