The NIH undergraduate scholarship program targets students from disadvantaged backgrounds who are committed to pursuing careers in health research and basic biomedical, behavioral, and social science health-related research
The BPW Career Advancement Scholarship is sponsored by Business and Professional Women's Foundation and is a scholarship worth a minimum of $500, an average of $1,000, and a maximum of $2,000.
Society of Health and Physical Educators sponsors the Bill Kane Scholarship. This award is a $1,000 scholarship awarded annually to an undergraduate health education major at an accredited college/university in the United States or a U.S. territory.
The American Association for Health Education sponsors the Will Rogers Institute Fellowship. Each fellowship award will be $12,000. Recipients may utilize the award in any manner to support their educational activities. Upon completion of doctoral studies the recipient will submit a final report to the funding agency detailing the outcome of the fellowship studies. The awarded fellowship will be recognized at the annual Awards Luncheon at the AAHE/AAHPERD annual meeting. Recipients may utilize the award in any manner to support their educational activities.
The Society of Health and Physical Educators sponsors the Barbara A. Cooley Scholarship. This scholarship is for master's level students who are currently enrolled in a health education program. This award is a $1,000 scholarship, which recipients may spend in any manner they desire. The scholarship recipient will be recognized at the annual Awards Luncheon at the AAHE/AAHPERD convention. She or he will also receive a one-year complimentary student membership in AAHE.
Global Health Corps (GHC) aims to mobilize a global community of emerging leaders--young professionals--to build the movement for health equity. The complexity and scope of addressing the current inequity involves necessitating participation from a wide range of fields beyond medicine, from supply chain management to computer programming, monitoring and evaluation to human resource management. We believe that global health organizations can greatly benefit from individuals who have worked in or studied a wide variety of fields.