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Offered by Catching the Dream
Are you a Native American student pursuing a bachelor’s degree? If so, consider applying for the Catching the Dream Scholarship! The scholarship is open to Native American students who are enrolled members of U.S. tribes and are seeking a B.A. or higher. Catching the Dream is a non-profit organization in Albuquerque, New Mexico, that offers Native American scholarships. Since 1986, they have specialized in improving the “quality of life in Native American communities through the higher education of Native American people.” Their mission is to support Native American students, encourage and assist Native American high schools in establishing college preparatory programs, establish information-sharing networks, and more. Thus, every year, they award $5,000 scholarships to help Native American students pay for their education. The deadlines for this scholarship are March 15th, April 30th, and September 30th of every year. If you are a Native American student looking for a scholarship opportunity, we encourage you to apply!
The scholarship is open to Native American students who are at least a quarter American Indian, are enrolled in a U.S. tribe, and are attending college or university full-time. Applicants must also meet the below eligibility requirements.
College & Graduate Students
To apply for this scholarship, students must submit an online application, a financial needs analysis, a copy of their Federal Tax Return, a Certificate of Indian Blood (CIB), a color photograph of good quality, a copy of Standardized Test Scores (ACT/SAT/GRE/MCAT/LSAT, etc.), and the below application materials.
Letter of Recommendation
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