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  • ARCS Foundation: National volunteer women's organization dedicated to helping American graduate and undergraduate students by providing scholarships in the natural sciences, medicine and engineering.
  • Belgian American Educational Foundation: Fellowships for Belgians to study or do research in the U.S.A. or for Americans to study or do research in Belgium. Also offers an Alumni Award.
  • Christopher S. Landre Memorial Foundation: Financial assistance to families with teenagers participating in cognitive education programs.
  • Club Foundation: Established to make increased educational opportunities for club management possible.
  • Deep Roots Inc. Scholarship Fund: Provides scholarships for individual secondary education students in Namibia. Describes needs, selection process, and past recipients.
  • Eastern European Peoples Foundation: The Foundation was created to establish a scholarship program for the financially needy students of Eastern Europe. The Foundation is a non-profit, tax exempt, charitable organization.
  • Gateway Foundation: Monroeville and Pitcairn, Pennsylvania. Supports innovative educational projects. Describes grant opportunities and programs.
  • Girls Global Education Fund: Provides scholarships for girls in developing countries to attend primary, junior high and high school.
  • James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation: The Foundation offers James Madison Fellowships to a select `group` of individuals desiring to become outstanding teachers of the American Constitution.
  • Jesse Owens Foundation: Financial assistance to students attending Ohio State University. Provides application forms and requirements of participants, as well as information on Owens.
  • Kapadia Education Foundation: A philanthropic organization founded for the purpose of helping underprivileged students in underdeveloped countries obtain a secular college education in their home countries through direct involvement between a sponsor/mentor and a student.
  • Lumina Foundation for Education: Focuses on education after high school, including community colleges, adult education, and lifelong learning. Describes granting guidelines, with research reports and news.
  • Mannix Canby Foundation: Funds nonprofits and schools helping the at-risk and under-served youth of Puget Sound, Washington. Describes funding criteria and lists past recipients.
  • Monroe Scholarship Fund: Non-profit organization providing scholarship opportunities for higher education to students living in Monroe, Connecticut.
  • NAFSA: Association of International Educators: This association promotes the exchange of students and scholars to and from the US by offering awards and scholarships.
  • NSEP: Graduate international fellowships enable U.S. graduate students to pursue specialization in area and language study or to add an important international dimension to their education.
  • National Council for the Social Studies: Social studies resources and information from national council for the social studies.
  • National Endowment for Financial Education: Foundation dedicated to the mission of helping all Americans acquire the information and gain the skills necessary to take control of their personal finances. Offers grants and fellowships.
  • National Endowment for the Humanities: Information about the organization and its educational grant opportunities.
  • National Foundation for the Improvement of Education: Grants and programs to empower innovative education employees.
  • National Hispanic Scholarship Fund: Offers scholarship information and educational opportunities.
  • Shama Foundation of Madagascar: Develops and funds scholarships and in-country educational opportunities for students of Madagascar. Describes current programs, with background information on the country and on the foundation's goals.
  • Society of Manufacturing Engineers Education Foundation: Provides grants and scholarships to students and others who support their mission.
  • Spencer Foundation: Private foundation that grants funds to support research which contributes to the understanding of education and improvement of its practice.
  • The Ann Sherry Foundation: Funds innovative projects, primarily in central Ohio. Includes detailed guidelines and list of board members.
  • The Deana Kendrick Foundation: Financial aid for scholarships and medical grants are available to women thirty and over seeking to improve their lives through continued education and improved healthcare.
  • The Education Fund: Runs 13 programs, ranging from teacher mini-grants to large scale school reform initiatives. These programs benefit all of the 300+ schools and 19,000+ teachers in Miami-Dade County.
  • The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation: US. Provides information and application materials for grants and scholarships for high school and college students.
  • The Jackie Robinson Foundation: Provides comprehensive scholarships and support services to minority students enrolled at institutions of higher education.
  • The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation: Independent, nonprofit organization, attempts to maximize human potential through education. The Foundation seeks to sponsor excellence in education and thus develop a new generation of leaders.
  • Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund: Established to help students wishing to attend one of the 38 historically black public colleges and universities.
  • U.S. Rhodes Scholars: Official site of U.S. Rhodes Scholarship information. Includes biographies of each year's appointees.
  • University of Minnesota Foundation: Advances the University's mission by raising and managing private dollars for scholarships, world-class faculty, leading-edge research, new facilities, and academic programs.
  • William T. Grant Foundation: Working to create a society that values young people and enables them to reach their full potential. It pursues this goal by investing in research and in people and projects that use evidence-based approaches.
  • Windle Charitable Trust: Awards grants to students studying postgraduate art or art history at universities or colleges in the UK.


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