The Association on American Indian has successfully established a scholarship that is aimed to help out women and men in finishing the college courses that they are taking, or are about to enter college for the first time but are experiencing financial difficulties. These men and women might also not be able to finish their college courses because of their duties and responsibilities to their respective families. Applicants must state their duties and responsibilities in an essay form. The name of this scholarship award is The Displaced Homemaker Scholarship. The only requirement is that the applicant must be a member of the Native American community.
The total amount of the scholarship grant is one-thousand five-hundred U.S. dollars which is broken into two Seven-hundred and fifty U.S. dollars issuance for each semester. For the spring issuances, the student must submit a copy of the 1st semester grades and the 2nd semester class schedule.
Interested applicants may visit their website by logging onto http://www.indian-affairs.org/scholarships/displaced_homemakers.htm.
They can pay them a visit at their office at 966 Hungerford Dr., Suite 12-B – Rockville (20850).
For phone inquiries the number to call is 240-314-7155.
To send fax messages dial 240-314-7159.
To send an email, write to email@example.com.