Scholarships/ Fellowships/ Internships
The following alphabetical list guides you to several scholarships, fellowships, and internships available to UW Oshkosh graduate students. For more scholarship offerings, visit the Financial Aid Office website or your program’s website. The link(s) for each scholarship will take you to the applicable information.
American Association of University Women (AAUW) Graduate Scholarship for Women
The area chapter of the AAUW offers an $1000 cash award for a female graduate student at UW Oshkosh. Students interested in this scholarship should read the criteria page and send in the application.
Deadline extended to March 1, 2021.
Career Services – Internships
Internships are typically one-time work or service experiences related to your major or career goal. The internship plan generally involves you, the student, working in a professional setting under the supervision and monitoring of practicing professionals. Internships can be paid or unpaid, and you may or may not receive academic credit for performing the internship.
Cash Course — Information about Financing Graduate Education
CashCourse is your guide to making informed financial choices. Register for a free account to find your assignments and other financial tools and start taking charge of your money.
Educational Testing Services (ETS) Fellowships and Internship, Fellowship and Visiting Scholar Programs in Research
These programs seek applicants who are interested in pursuing scientific research under the guidance of ETS researchers and psyshometricians.
Golden Key International Honor Society
Golden Key is an international honor society for graduate and undergraduate students with more than 2 million members and more than 400 chapters at colleges and universities around the world.
Military Veterans – Scholarships and Other Financial Assistance Information
In this guide, you’ll find funding tips you can use in addition to, or in place of, the GI Bill. Many of the sources listed are tailored to veterans, their spouses or family members looking for alternative options to pay for school. You will also find a checklist for applying for scholarships and numerous resources for finding additional aid opportunities.
The NRC Research Associateship Programs (RAP) promotes excellence in scientific and technological research conducted by the U. S. government through the administration of programs offering graduate, postdoctoral and senior level research opportunities at sponsoring federal laboratories and affiliated institutions.
National Organization of Gay and Lesbian Scientists and Technical Professionals (NOGLSTP)
These scholarships are intended for undergraduate and graduate students pursuing degrees in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) programs who are either lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) or an active ally of the LGBT community.
These scholarships are designed to promote academic excellence and increase the visibility of talented LGBT students in STEM careers.
P.E.O. was founded on Jan. 21, 1869, and is clearly making a difference in the lives of women all over the world
Grant, loan and award recipients need not be members of P.E.O. With the exception of international students who receive International Peace Scholarships, each recipient is sponsored by a P.E.O. chapter. This allows the chapter members to be a meaningful part of “their” student’s life.
Professional Women’s Connection — Oshkosh Chapter Scholarships
The Oshkosh chapter of PWC awards one $1,000 scholarship to a female student aspiring to a professional career. Must be at a local college or have local ties to the community. Financial need, academic performance, community and extracurricular involvement will be taken into consideration.
Scholarships4moms was created by a group of mothers who wanted to help bring financial relief to moms looking to further their education.
Smithsonian Institution Fellowship Program
Hundreds of graduate students and holders of doctorates come to the Smithsonian to do independent research under the guidance of a member of our world-class research staff. Fellows have the opportunity to study and work intensively with Smithsonian collections and experts in their fields and beyond. In addition, more than 1,500 students pursue internships offered across the organization.
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