AMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION (ADA)
Scholarships awarded by the ADAF are generally for ADA members enrolled in the junior or senior year of a baccalaureate or coordinated program in dietetics or the second year of study in a dietetic technician program, a dietetic internship program or a graduate program. The number of scholarships available and their dollar amounts vary from year to year. Graduate, undergraduate and intern scholarships available. Applications are available each year between mid-September and mid-January. The annual deadline for submitting applications is in mid-February. For an application, visit the ADA web site at http://www.eatright.org or contact the Education Team at 1-800-877-1600, ext. 5400, or e-mail them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
EMILY FREEMAN GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP
(MAIL IN APPLICATION ONLY): This scholarship will be awarded to a North Dakota resident with a Bachelor's Degree in an area of Apparel, Design, Facility, and Hospitality Management; Child Development and Family Science; Dietetics; or Family and Consumer Sciences Education who has been accepted in the North Dakota State University Graduate School to work towards a Master's Degree in one of the above fields. The scholarship is pro-rated at $150 per semester for two semesters. Scholarship must be used within 2 years. Use the Emily Freeman Graduate Scholarship application form. Mail to: Melissa Eiter, 1050 38 1/2 Ave. W., West Fargo ND 58078. Application Deadline: April 1.
NORTH DAKOTA CONFERENCE OF SOCIAL WELFARE, INC.
Each year the NDCSW selects up to one (1) graduate and ten (10) undergraduate students for up to a $500 scholarship. The scholarships are awarded at the annual conference, which is held in September each year. The scholarship selection is based on the student's interest in: 1) social welfare reform; 2) advocating for the underprivileged; and 3) being a leader in social welfare issues. The student must write an essay of 1000 words or less about their interest in the three areas listed above; why you would like to be a member of the NDCSW; what benefits there are to membership in the NDCSW; what committee you would like to serve on; and, how you would like to or intend to become involved as a member of the NDCSW. Students may access the NDCSW website at www.ndcsw.org for information on the organization and its committees. Application forms can be found at the following web site: http://www.ndcsw.org/awards.htm. Scholarship recipients will attend the fall conference late in September to receive their award. Deadline for submission of this scholarship is March 31st.