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I WANT YOU!! ..to have this money The federal assistance programs on this page provide vocational and postsecondary scholarships and grants to K-12 students, undergraduate and postgraduate college students, educators, colleges, universities and faculty.

A host of federal agencies such as; the Department of Education, the Department of Agriculture, and the Department of Defense provide research grants, scholarships, fellowships, internships, student exchanges, and study abroad programs to
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$6,650 grants to encourage outstanding students to pursue careers in mathematics, the natural sciences, and engineering. Read More

$6,510 scholarships to young Americans to pursue public service careers. Read More

$5,000 grants to young Americans to pursue careers related to the environment, and for American and Alaska Natives to pursue careers in health care and tribal public policy.
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$3,200 scholarships to young Americans to pursue careers related to the environment, and for American and Alaska Natives to pursue careers in health care and tribal public policy. Read More

Up to $12,000 in scholarships per year for the actual costs of tuition, required fees, books, shared room, and board for the pursuit of qualifying degrees. Read More

Up to $8,000 for scholarships to U.S. students to gain an understanding of less commonly taught languages and cultures. Read More
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Up to $25,000 in grants to assist Ph.D. candidates in completing their research and dissertations on housing and urban development issues. Read More

$20,000 scholarships per year to smart disadvantaged students who want to pursue careers in the biomedical sciences.
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Grants up to $404 per month to the spouses and children of public safety officers killed in line of duty to further their education. Read More

$47,000 grants to educational institutions to provide campus-based child care services. Read More

Loans directly from the Federal government to vocational, undergraduate, and graduate postsecondary school students and their parents. Read More

$146,000 grants to provide fellowships through graduate academic departments, programs, and units of institutions of higher education to graduate students of superior ability.
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Up to $60,000 in scholarships to promote the exchange of views between scholars and decision makers. Read More

$3,000 per year in scholarships to become a merchant marine officer in State Marine schools. Read More

Training and Federal employment for graduate students of exceptional potential who are interested in a career in Public Policies and Programs. Read More
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$15,000 scholarships to study Mathematics. Read More

$748 grants to needy undergraduate postsecondary students to help meet educational costs. Read More

$1,252 scholarship to postsecondary students for part-time employment to help meet tuition costs. Read More

$2,057 scholarships to needy undergraduate postsecondary students for educational expenses. Read More

$2,686 grants to assist students who are involved in migrant and other seasonal farm work to obtain the equivalent of a secondary school diploma. Read More

$5,952 scholarships to students who are involved in migrant and other seasonal farmwork, and are enrolled in the first academic year at an institution of higher education on a full-time basis. Read More
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Abroad and Exchange Programs

Up to $35,000 in grants to U.S. citizens for educational exchanges in other countries. Read More

Up to $80,000 in grants to U.S. educational professionals for educational exchanges in other countries. Read More

$27,000 grants to provide opportunities for graduate students to engage in full-time dissertation research abroad in modern foreign language and area studies with the exception of Western Europe. Read More
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Medical Studies

$157,698 grants to medical schools to promote the post-graduate education of physicians in preventive medicine.
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$15,151 scholarships to provide traineeships for licensed registered nurses enrolled as full-time students beyond the twelfth month of study in a master's nurse anesthesia program. Read More

Up to $69,500 in grants to help repay health education loans in return for service to particular populations. Read More

Up to $1,250,000 in education loans as an incentive for health professionals to work in areas of reproductive research.
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$22,331 grant to recruit and retain health professionals performing research in fields required by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Read More

$1,065 scholarship to assure an adequate supply of primary care physicians, certified nurse midwives, certified family nurse practitioners, and physician assistants. Read More

$59,400 grant to increase educational opportunities for students in need of financial by providing long-term, low-interest loans. Read More

$1,920 scholarships to assist students in need of financial assistance to study nursing by providing long-term, low-interest loans. Read More
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$71,642 in grants to support traineeships for students in graduate educational programs at accredited schools of public health. Read More

$18,000 grant to address the serious shortage of nurses at health facilities in certain areas of the United States.
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$12,317 grant to attract and retain disadvantaged health professions faculty members for accredited health professions schools of medicine, nursing, osteopathic medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, podiatric medicine, optometry, veterinary medicine, public health, allied health or graduate programs in behavioral and mental health practice for at least two years. Read More
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Money paid to institutions on behalf of students

The Federal Government allocates a certain amount of money to educational institutions and organizations in order to provide the following opportunities for students. Students will need to apply directly to the institutions receiving the funds.

Up to $3,000,000 in grants to States to provide education awards for qualified postsecondary education expenses in exchange for part-time or full-time service. Read More

Up to $500,000 in grants to State and local governments to build the ethic of service among Americans of all ages and backgrounds. Read More

Up to $200,000 in grants to accredited educational institutions to provide Americans with an understanding of less commonly taught languages and cultures. Read More

Up to $500,000 in grants to educational institutions to provide foreign language training to Americans. Read More

$395,000 grants to educational institutions to provide information on financial and academic assistance available for qualified adults desiring to pursue a program of postsecondary education. Read More

$2,500 scholarships to provide stipends and expenses for summer interns at watershed organizations. Read More

Up to $225,000 in grants to eligible wildlife agencies for the enhancement of hunter, bow, and archery education programs. Read More
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Grants and Stipends to colleges and universities to encourage outstanding students to pursue and complete a graduate degree in the food and agricultural sciences. Read More

$229,000 to provide grants for institutions of higher education to prepare low-income, first-generation college students.
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$235,000 grants to educational institutions to provide supportive services to disadvantaged college students.
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$295,000 in grants to educational institutions to identify disadvantaged youths with potential for postsecondary education. Read More

$251,000 in grants to educational institutions to help generate the skills and motivation necessary for success in education beyond high school among low-income and first-generation college students and veterans. Read More

$321,000 grants to provide financial assistance to State and local educational agencies to stimulate activities designed to meet the special educational needs of gifted and talented students. Read More
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$38,000 grants to nonprofit organizations to support education, training, research, and public information on international peace, conflict resolution, and on themes and topics identified by the institute. Read More

Up to $175,000 in grants to ensure that children with limited English proficiency will meet the same standards and achievements that all children are expected to meet.
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