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Knight-Hennessy

Provides up to three years of funding for any graduate program at Stanford for future leaders dedicating to tackling the world's greatest problems.

Truman Scholarship

Provides $36,000 for graduate education and professional development for future leaders committed to public service careers.

P.D. Soros Fellowship

Provides up to three years of fellowship support for new Americans, immigrants or the children of immigrants, who are pursuing graduate school in the United States.  

Udall Scholarship

Provides $5,000 scholarships for sophomores and juniors planning careers related to the environment or American Indian tribal policy and healthcare. 

Beinecke Scholarship

Provides $34,000 scholarships to financial aid eligible students applying for gradaute study in the arts, humanities and social sciences.

Zuckerman Fellows Program provides people from the fields of medicine, law, and business with full tuition for one year plus a living stipend to pursue public service degrees in Education, Public Health, or Government at Harvard.

Civil Right Law: Marshall-Motley Scholarship Program (MMSP)

Join the next generation of Civil Rights Lawyers! 

Named in honor of the legendary civil rights attorney and LDF founder Thurgood Marshall, and iconic civil rights litigator Constance Baker Motley, the Marshall-Motley Scholars Program (MMSP) is a groundbreaking commitment to endow the South with the next generation of civil rights lawyers trained to provide legal advocacy of unparalleled excellence.

The MMSP will offer 50 aspiring civil rights lawyers:

  • A full law school scholarship for tuition, room, board, and incidentals to alleviate the debt burden that can prevent future lawyers from pursuing a career in racial justice;
  • Summer internships at LDF and other national civil rights organizations with offices in the South to begin their training as civil rights lawyers early in their law school careers;
  • A two-year postgraduate fellowship at a national, regional, or local civil rights organization with a racial justice law practice in the South; and
  • Access to special trainings sponsored by the LDF and the National Academy of Sciences.

In return, the Scholars will commit to serving as civil rights lawyers based in the South, engaged in a law practice focused on achieving racial justice for 8 years following the conclusion of their fellowship. The MMSP will continue to offer support for the newly emerging civil rights lawyers as they develop their practice and form a distinguished regional network of legal practitioners.

McDonnell International Scholars Academy

The McDonnell Academy is a university-wide initiative that benefits all seven WashU academic schools by attracting premier graduate students from international institutions and the United States.

In selecting our Scholars, we consider the following:

  • Academic distinction: Scholars are selected on the basis of their academic talent, promise and ambition to become future leaders in academia, government, the professions, or the corporate world. 
  • Global mindset: Scholars share a global outlook, embrace difference, and express interest in broader social and cultural issues. They are committed to engaging in dialogue across disciplines and cultures.
  • Leadership: Scholars demonstrate a desire and potential to generate positive change in their communities and around the world. They are committed to engaging in the Academy’s platform for leadership development and communication acumen.
  • Community: Scholars become part of a diverse, close-knit community. They share a commitment to engaging in the Academy’s academic, professional and social activities and to strengthening ties across our global network of partners.

Learn more about McDonnell International Scholars Academy.

Out for Undergrad

O4U awards competitive scholarships to Undergraduate LGBTQ college students in underserved populations that are poised for future careers in key industries. Students awarded the competitive scholarship attend a weekend-long fully immersive and innovative summit- all expenses fully paid. The list of companies/universities that have hosted the summit grows every year including Goldman and Sachs, Cisco, Google, Stanford University, Cargill, and Ogilvy. Company and university recruiters attending the summit mentor students under the advisement of the organization’s staff/volunteers and these very same individuals then interview students at the event’s career fair. Learn more HERE.

P.E.O. Scholars Award

P.E.O. Scholar Awards are one-time, competitive, merit-based awards for women of the United States and Canada who are pursuing a doctoral level degree at an accredited college or university in the United States or Canada. Priority is given to women who are well established in their programs, study or research.

The Pat Tillman Foundation Scholarship

Tillman Scholars program supports our nation’s active-duty service members, veterans and military spouses by investing in their higher education.