Since 1997, annual conference revenues have allowed WIEA to select and award 4 students a $1,000 scholarship, 1 in each of the following categories:
- graduating high school senior
- undergraduate college student
- technical college student
- Graduate/Ph. D. student
These are merit-based scholarships requiring the students to write an essay and be above average academically. To date, 35 Wisconsin Indians have been awarded W.I.E.A. Scholarships.
Applications and required documents are due May 1, 2015 (deadline updated March 13, 2015).
Valliere/Giroux Scholarship for Single Working Moms
"Purpose: To provide scholarship assistance to help single working moms acquire a formal education that will prepare them for professional leadership."
One recipient will receive a $1,000 tuition scholarship for the standard academic school year.
Applications and required documents are due March 14, 2015.
Amy Hunter-Wilson M.D. Scholarship
"The purpose of the Amy Hunter-Wilson, MD Scholarship Fund is to assist American Indians who pursue training or advanced education as doctors of medicien, nurses, or in related health careers."
The Wisconsin Medical Society is now accepting applications for the Amy Hunter-Wilson MD Scholarship. Students in the allied health fields of study, including two-year programs, are eligible for the scholarship.
Applications and required documentation is due annually on February 1st.
Online Master's Programs Financial Aid and Scholarships
"Like any advanced degree, an online master's requires a great deal of forethought and drive. Here you'll find everything you need to identify a reputable program, succeed in the program and then land a career that makes the most of your education."