Deadline: TBD for 2021 (Opens October 2020)
The Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) sponsors the Goldberg-Miller Public Finance Scholarship. This scholarship supports students pursuing a career in either local or government finance. Requirements for this scholarship include a letter of recommendation and enrollment as a full-time, graduate student.
Deadline: TBD for 2021-2022
Every year, 9 outstanding students attending a full-time accounting, finance or economics program in a state or private Nebraska college receive this $2,000 scholarship. Students must be residents of Nebraska and must have achieved a minimum of 3.0 GPA.
Deadline: July 15
Founded in 1984, the George Harding Scholarship Program supports students seeking a career related to banking. Thus, interested students must major in something related to finances. Students must have at least a 3.0 GPA. The program awards the money after a student successfully completes their sophomore or junior year of college. Only Michigan residents qualify for this scholarship.
Deadline: April 3
If you are at least 50% Asian and are interested in majoring in finance, business, accounting, or public policy in California, you may be eligible to apply for this Public Finance Scholarship, named after former California state treasurer Matt Fong. In addition to being 50% Asian and majoring in finance, you must also have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and demonstrate significant financial need to avail of this $2,500 award.
Deadline: June 1
Full-time finance, economics, risk management or actuarial science students may want to check out a $1,500 award offered by the AICP. Other requirements include obtaining a minimum 3.0 GPA, exhibiting leadership potential in extracurricular activities and intent to join the insurance compliance community. There are a total of 3 scholarships awarded every year, with preference given to members of the AICP and their relatives.
Amount: Up to $1,000
Deadline: May 27, 2020
Administered by the Colorado Fiscal Managers’ Association, the Tim Smith Memorial Student Scholarship offers $1,000 to students majoring in finance and financial management through a public state-supported college. Students must be residents of Colorado and intend to stay on in their home state after graduation.
If you are a Native American or Alaskan Native tribal member considering a major in any business-related field including finance, you may be able to apply for one of several scholarships offered by the NAFOA. The award amounts range from $1,000 to $20,000. To be eligible, you must have at least 25% Indian blood or higher, be enrolled in an accredited U.S. post-secondary college, and maintain full-time enrollment with 12+ credits
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