Gayborhood, the nation’s #1 guide to finding LGBT-supportive businesses andevents, provides a total of four scholarships per year. Two $1,000 scholarships are awarded for the Spring and Fall semesters each year to help with the costs associated with continuing education.
Submit an essay (500 words maximum) outlining your service and passion for the LGBT community along with full name, mailing address, email address and telephone number via the form below or via postal service to the address outlined below.
Fall Deadline: 4/30 and 8/30, each year
Notification Date: 5/15 and 9/15, each year
Selection: Once the winners have been selected, they will be notified via telephone or email. They will then receive a W-9 to complete and return to Gayborhood. Once the completed W-9 has been received by Gayborhood, scholarship funds will be released via check and mailed to the recipient's address as stated in the application email.
This scholarship is awarded to out transgender individuals and is based on a combination of achievements in the areas of academic excellence, leadership, extra-curricular activities, and on financial need.
about Gender Alliance of the South Sound Scholarship Fund
Funds scholarships for GLBT students with past involvement in GLBT issues who are attending Colorado colleges. For more information, contact your college's financial aid office or dean of students office.
$500.00 college scholarship given to an entering college freshman, and made out to the entering college with the students name. A letter will also follow to the college explaining the essay contest.
Writing an essay of 1,000 words, you will have a choice between two topics:1) Where would you want to see the GLBT community progress to in 10 years?
2) What prominent member of the GLBT community inspired you the most and why?
about GLBT of Hunterdon County of NJ College Scholarship
There’s no doubt pursuing a graduate degree can be a demanding and intense experience, and navigating your school options can be complicated and challenging. In addition to finding the best degree programs or schools, the rising tuition costs, existing student loan debt or financial constraints can make returning to school feel daunting.
In this guide, you will find a variety of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) scholarships in popular career fields such as the arts, physical or social sciences, advocacy and education, tips and resources for funding your master’s degree, and a scholarship application checklist to help you succeed in your academic pursuits.
about Go Grad Scholarships and Financial Aid
Provides financial support for people of any age who identify as transgender (including agender, bigender, genderqueer, transsexual, and/or any other non-cis gender identity.). Award criteria are based on personal essay, financial need, and academic goals.
about Grand Rapids Trans Foundation Academic Scholarship
Funds scholarships for LGBTQ and Allied residents of Washington who exhibit leadership potential, demonstrate strong academic abilities, and who are actively involved in school and community organizations.
about Greater Seattle Business Association Scholarship