Scholarship Workshops and Events

Upcoming presentations!  Also see archived presentations below available anytime via Elluminate.

Udall Scholarship Info Session

Tuesday, Dec 4, 5:30 - 6:30 pm; Native American Cultural Center, Gathering Room

Find out what it takes to be competitive for the Udall and how to apply. We'll be joined by two Udall alumni!

The Goals of Grant Writing

Wednesday, Nov 20, 5:00 – 6:00 pm; Eastburn Education, Bldg #27, Room 212

A discussion on how to craft an original grant or scholarship proposal that shines.

Truman Scholarship Info Session

Thursday, Nov 14, 5:30 – 6:30 pm; Cline Library, Room 200

Find out what it takes to be competitive for the Truman and how to apply. We'll be joined by last year's Truman finalist, who wrote a terrific application!

Writing Scholarship Essays: Standing Out from the Crowd

Tuesday, Nov 12, 5:30 – 7:00 pm; Eastburn Education, Bldg #27, Room 212

An interactive workshop focusing on writing tips, preparing the personal statement, and proofing for competitive scholarships.

Goldwater Scholarship Information Session 

Tuesday, Nov 5, 5:30 – 7:00 pm; Cline Library, Room 200

Find out what it takes to be competitive for the Goldwater and how to apply. NAU's 2013 Goldwater Honorable Mention awardee will join us for advice on the process.

Applying for Scholarships: An Overview

Thursday, Oct 24, 5:30 – 7:00 pm; Eastburn Education, Bldg #27, Room 212

Become competitive, search for scholarships, and explore the basics of scholarship applying.

Scholarship Writing

Thursday, September 19, 5:30pm; The Center for International Education (Bldg #2)

Join the Center for International Education to learn how to write a winning scholarship essay. We will focus on the goals of scholarship writing, what study abroad scholarship committees look for in applications, and how to effectively communicate your unique story.

Applying to the Gilman, Boren & NAU "GO" Scholarships

Thursday, Sept. 12, 5:30 pm; The Center for International Education (Blome Bldg #2)

Join the Center for International Education to learn about their recommended scholarships for study and internships abroad. We will go over the requirements of each scholarship and how you can secure an award for your international program.

Study Abroad Fair  

Sept. 5, 11 am - 2 pm; NAU Central Quad (near Aspen Crossing)   

An outside Study Abroad Fair, presented by the NAU Education Abroad Program. Drop by to pick up ideas and materials on international scholarships, internships, research, and study possibilities! Meet some of the people who can help you get there.

Fulbright Alumni Ambassador to speak at NAU

Sept. 5, 6 - 7:30 pm; Gardner Auditorium, Room 101, in the Franke College of Business

Fulbright Alumni Ambassador Esther Francis will be on campus September 5th to talk about applying to the Fulbright US Student Program, which funds one-year research/study/arts projects and English Teaching Assistantships in 155 countries worldwide. You are eligible to apply as a graduating senior, recent alumnus/alumna, and graduate student.

 

Archived Presentations:

The Goals of Grant-Writing

How to craft an original grant or scholarship proposal that shines.

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Applying for Scholarships: The Basics

Becoming competitive, searching for scholarships, preparing an application schedule, and the basics of applying for scholarships.

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Writing for Scholarship Applications

An interactive presentation focusing on writing tips, preparing essays, and proofing for competitive scholarships.

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Fulbright International Grants: Info Session

Join the NAU Fulbright Program Advisor Melissa Riggs and 2013 Fulbright winner Hesham Elnagar for an info session on the Fulbright U.S. Student Program, which provides grants for (1) individually designed Study/Research projects or (2) English Teaching Assistantships abroad.

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