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ELIGIBILITY:•College/University: Any•Financial Need: Yes•Renewable: Yes•Specific preferences:(1) Continue to be an Episcopalian in the Diocese of WV(2) Must maintain a 3.0 GPA(3) Continue to pursue same major or degree program(4) Preference given to applicants from St. Christopher, Charleston(5) Seminarians are ineligible for this scholarship
The purpose of the ECIM Scholarship is to provide financial assistance to Native Americans interested in theological education withing the Episcopal Church in the United STates of American (ECUSA). Eligibility: Applicans must be seminarieans of American Indian/Alaska Native descent attending an accedited Episcopal institution. They must submit decumentaiton of tribal membership, diocesan endorsement with a statement signed by the bishop that the applicant is in track for ordination, and a signed statement that the applicant intedns to serve Indian ministry upon completion of study. Financial data: The amount of the award depends on the needs of the recipient and the availability of funds to a maximum of $2,000 per year. Additional information: The Episcopal Council of Indian Ministries (ECIM) also awards the David Oakenhater Merit Fellowship to a middler with outstanding achievement and the Oakenhater Award of @2,500 to a seminarian pursuing a PhD.
Summary: To provide financial assistance to Asian Americans interested in seeking ordination and serving in a ministry involving Asians in the Episcopal Church. Eligibility: This program is open to Asian students pursuing theological education, including diocesan programs as well as seminary education. Applicants must be a member of an Asian constituency in the Episcopal Church and have begun the process of seeking ordination through a local Episcopal diocese. Scholarships are presented only for full-time study. Financial data: The maximum scholarship is $4,000 per semester for seminary study and $2,500 per semester for diocesan theological study programs. Duration: 1 semester; renewable. Additional information: This program was established in 1991 as part of the Episcopal Legacy Fund for Scholarships Honoring the Memory of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Applications must include an essay indicating an understanding of the life and ministry of Dr. King. Number awarded: Varies each year.
Summary: To provide financial assistance to Asian and Pacific Island Americans interested in seeking ordination and serving in a ministry involving Asians and Pacific Islanders in the Episcopal Church. Eligibility: This program is open to Asian and Pacific Island students pursuing theological education, including diocesan programs as well as seminary education. Applicants must be a member of an Asian or Pacific Island constituency in the Episcopal Church and have begun the process of seeking ordination through a local Episcopal diocese. Scholarships are presented only for full-time study. Financial data: The maximum scholarship is $4,000 per semester for seminary study or $2,500 per semester for diocesan theological study programs. Duration: 1 semester; renewable. Additional information: This program was established in 1983 with a grant from undesignated funds received through the Venture in Mission Project. Additional funding was received from the Diocese of Southern Virginia. Number awarded: Varies each year.
All Episcopal students, faculty administration, staff and their families at the accredited members of The Association of Theological Schools are eligible to apply for the Evangelism for the 21st Century grants. The Society offers annual grants of $500 to $5,000 for new projects that will strengthen the evangelical witness of the Episcopal Church. During the past year, the Society awarded 22 grants ranging from $1,200 to $5,000.
Episcopal students pursuing a doctoral degree, whose career objective is to teach at an Episcopal seminary in the United States may apply for a fellowship award through the Episcopal Church Foundation. The applicant must be recommended by the Dean of their degree-granting seminary. Award amounts are in the range of $3,000 to $17,500 and the fellowship may be renewed for two additional years. Application material should be obtained from the Dean
The purpose of this scholarship is to provide financial assistance and work experience to African Americans interested in theological education within the Episcopal Church in the United States of America (ECUSA). Applicants must be African Americans who are postulants and candidates for holy orders, canonically resident in one of the nine provinces of ECUSA, and attending one of the Churchs accredited seminaries. Selection is based on participation in the Organization of Black Episcopal Seminarians Conferences (OBES), academic achievement, involvement in the Retention, Training and Deployment (RT&D) programs, and service to the Black community. The maximum scholarship stipend is $5,000. Funding up to $2,500 is available for the Seminarian Summer Internship. These scholarships are offered as part of the RT&D program, which involves 3 components: 1) recruitment, which helps to identify Black Episcopalians as aspirants for Holy Orders and advise them of the availability of these scholarships; 2) training, which is comprised of the OBES, a mentoring program, and the Black Seminarian Summer Internship; and 3) deployment, which assists the newly ordained persons in fulfilling their call to ministry. Episcopal Church Center Attn: Office of Black Ministries 815 Second Ave. New York, NY 10017-4594 (212) 716-6084 (800) 334-7626, ext. 6084 email@example.com www.episcopalchurch.org
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