Award: $10,000, Deadline: March 1
Applicant must be a graduating senior from a Charlotte, Glades, Hendry or Lee County high school who will pursue a degree in architecture, business, chemistry, computer science, engineering, international relations, journalism, law, literature, medicine, physics, or political science. Financial need and minimum 3.5 GPA required.
Award: $500, Deadline: February 7
Applicant must be a graduating senior from Adams Central High School.
Award: $500, Deadline: March 25
Applicant must be a graduating senior from Milton Union High School who will pursue a degree in government or law.
Award: $1,000, Deadline: April 15
Applicant must be a graduating senior from Norwayne High School who attended Burbank or Sterling Elementary and will pursue post-secondary studies in education or political science.
Award: $500, Deadline: March 1
Applicant must be a graduating senior from William Chrisman High School who will study business, history or political science at an accredited post-secondary institution.
Award: $3,000, Deadline: December 1
Applicant must be a graduate of an Indiana high school who will major in accounting, business, economics, political science or pre-law at Franklin College.
Award: $500, Deadline: May 1
Applicant must be an undergraduate or graduate student enrolled in the political science department with an interest in state and local politics.
Award: $1,000, Deadline: May 1
Applicant must be an undergraduate student from Chicopee, MA, who is majoring in government, public health, nursing, education, or political science. Scholarship, need, and public service may be considered. FAFSA required.
Award: $5,000, Deadline: None
Applicant must have between 49 and 50 credits (or 12 to 40 competencies) with a minimum of four political courses.
Award: $5,000, Deadline: May 1
Applicant must be enrolled in an accredited master's, doctoral, or law program in the United States or Canada. Required to write substantial paper on common-interest communities and have three references.
Award: $4,500, Deadline: June 16
Applicant must be a student who is studying government affairs, political science, public affairs, or urban affairs and has a relationship with outdoor advertising. Financial need, extracurricular activities, and academic performance must be demonstrated.
Award: $5,000, Deadline: January 26
Applicant must be a full-time undergraduate student in good academic standing at an accredited college or university in the U.S. Must be majoring in computer science, engineering, engineering technology, information technology, political science, pre-law, or telecommunications. Biography, essay, copy of transcripts, and references required.
Award: $2,000, Deadline: February 10
Applicants must be high school seniors or college undergraduates planning to major in American history and American government. A minimum 3.25 GPA is required. The award is up to $2,000 each year for up to four years. All applicants must obtain a letter of sponsorship from their local DAR chapter. However, affiliation with DAR is not required.
Award: $5,000, Deadline: February 10
Applicants must be college juniors or seniors majoring in political science, history, government or economics. All applicants must obtain a letter of sponsorship from their local DAR chapter. However, affiliation with DAR is not required.
Award: $3,000, Deadline: September 30
Applicants must be a U.S. citizen who is a graduate student studying human resourves, labor and industrial relations, public administration or political science. Students currently working for state, local or special district governments will receive preference. Applications must be submitted via email.
Award: $3,250, Deadline: January 13
Applicants must be residents of Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon or Washington and be high school seniors or college or graduate students (community college, four-year public or private college or university, certificate program, vocational/technical/trade programs, law school, medical/dental/veterinary school or graduate education). Students must be members of the LGBTQ and allied community and display leadership either within the LGBTQ community or within their field of study and demonstrate financial need. Students with additional barriers to education as well as those who are economically, racially, socially, geographically or politically disenfranchised will be given consideration as well. Students should be studying law, political science, public policy, or public administration with the goal of improving rights for LGBTQ people. Preference will be given to LGBTQ students of color and low-income or first-generation college students.