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Scholarships and Resources


Grieve Law Scholarship #1    

Submit a typed essay of around 500 words on an ethical dilemma:    

Describe a situation where you encountered an ethical dilemma. Discuss the conflicting values or principles at play and how you navigated the decision-making process. Reflect on the implications of your choice and what it reveals about your moral reasoning.   

Grieve Law Scholarship #2    

Submit a typed essay of around 500 words on family dynamics:    

Discuss the role of family dynamics in shaping your personal growth and development. How have your relationships with family members influenced your values, goals, and sense of belonging?   

University of Buffalo Ongweonwe Indigenous Student Scholarship

Scholarship opportunity for enrolled members of a federally recognized tribe who are also current or newly enrolled students to the University of Buffalo. This grant/scholarship is designed to reduce the cost of out-of-state tuition to the cost of in-state tuition.  

Brown County Chapter of the Izaak Walton League

Scholarship opportunity for individuals pursuing a degree in environmental science or conservation

Amy Hunter-Wilson, MD, Scholarship 

Established by Dr. Hunter-Wilson, this scholarship is available to American Indian students who pursue training or advanced education as doctors of medicine, nurses, or in a related health field. Award amounts vary, generally $1,000 or more. 

Victor A. Baylon, MD, Scholarship

As a lasting tribute to Dr. Baylon, a pathologist from Racine, his family and the laboratory staff of All Saints Healthcare System, Inc. created this scholarship for medical students, medical technologists, and clinical laboratory scientists. Scholarships of $1,000-$2,500 are limited to residents from Racine or Milwaukee Counties. To apply, use the General Scholarship Application found on our website.

Both applications must be completed online. The applications for scholarships can be found here:\scholarships. The application deadline is February 1, 2022.

Rasmussen University’s Medical Assisting Inspire Grant

Medical Assisting Inspire Grant Jan 2024

Students who enroll in the Rasmussen University Medical Assisting Diploma program and begin their program in July, August, October or November 2023 or January 2024 may be eligible for the following toward their

degree at Rasmussen University


1994 USDA Tribal Scholars Program Paid Internship with Scholarship

1994 Outreach Application with QR code 23

2023 Tribal-Scholars-Program Flyer

Oneida ESC Group

Oneida ESC College Scholarship 

Completed Applications are due by November 1st, 2023 

Information from the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators and the National Conference of State Legislatures in response to issues related to Higher Education as a result of COVID-19

Native Student Travel Scholarship Program: Connecting Science to Crime and Justice
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Scholarship Information from the Minnesota Office of Higher Education including scholarships offered by Minnesota institutions and a link to the Minnesota Indian Scholarship Online Application.  Please read eligibility requirements before completing your application.

WI Indian Student Assistance Grant

First Nations’ Native Agriculture And Food Systems Scholarship


In 6 Months You Can Earn A Certificate in Tribal Court Legal Advocacy
Learn to litigate civil Tribal Court cases to advance safety and justice for Native Survivors of domestic and sexual violence

Tribal Court Legal Advocate Certification Course (


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