Scholarship Program

Scholarships are available to students enrolled in an Indian tribe recognized by either the Federal government or the state of Alabama.

Number Awarded:

Deadline: March

Eligibility: Applicants must be residents of Alabama and must be planning to enroll or must be enrolled in an institution in Alabama. Selection will be based on academic qualifications and financial need. See Summary

Contact Information:
Eloise Josey, Alabama Indian Affairs Commission 1 Court Sq. #106 Montgomery AL 36104

Who's Hiring

NSA Jobs Intel Jobs

Sponsors

Find Entry Level Jobs In:

Phoenix • Tucson • Palm Springs • Sacramento • San Diego • San Francisco • San Jose • Denver • Jacksonville • Miami • Orlando • Tampa • Atlanta • Chicago • Indianapolis • Kansas City • Louisville • New Orleans • Boston • Baltimore • Detroit • Grand Rapids • Minneapolis • Charlotte • Raleigh • Omaha • Atlantic City • Las Vegas • Reno • Buffalo • New York City • Cincinnati • Cleveland • Toledo • Tulsa • Portland • Philadelphia • Pittsburgh • Myrtle Beach • Memphis • Nashville • Austin • Dallas • Houston • San Antonio • Salt Lake City • Richmond • Seattle • Spokane

Partners:

CampusGovCampusRNCampusAlliedHealthCampusRXBioCampusEcoJustJobs.comDiversityJobs.com