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Coding Bootcamp Scholarship Will open in a new window

For individuals looking for an alternative route to a computer programming education or career switchers interested in breaking into the tech industry, coding bootcamps can be a great option. 13 coding bootcamp scholarships have been specially created for LGBTQ+ people seeking to learn how to code ranging from half-off awards to full ride scholarships.
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Colin Higgins Youth Courage Awards Will open in a new window

Each year, the Colin Higgins Foundation salutes and celebrates courage in the face of adversity and discrimination by awarding $10,000 individual grants to: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Two Spirit, Queer and Questioning youth activists (through age 20) who have transformed their experiences with bigotry and discrimination into opportunities to inspire others by taking action, rallying support, building community, and working to change the systems and institutions that impact their lives. Colin Higgins Youth Courage Award winners receive: an individual grant of $10,000; a trip to Los Angeles for an honorary celebration with special guests; and an all expenses-paid trip to attend the National Conference on LGBT Equality: Creating Change presented by the National Gay and Lesbian Taskforce in 2015.
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Committee on LGBT History Will open in a new window

The $200 Joan Nestle Prize is awarded every other year for the best undergraduate paper on LGBTQ history. The Gregory Sprague Prize is awarded every other year to a graduate student.
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Compassionate Care Scholarship  Will open in a new window

Funds LGBT students committed to offering compassionate support services to those dealing with illness, death, grief or trauma, especially where violent acts such as suicide must be addressed.
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David Womack Memorial Alabama and West Virginia LGBT Scholarship Will open in a new window

The David Womack Memorial Alabama LGBT Scholarship offers a $1,000 award to any lesbian or gay undergrad student from the state of Alabama. An essay and proof of college attendance/acceptance is required by June 30th. The essay should be no more than three pages and discuss the applicant's background, educational history, goals for the future and why the applicant believes they should receive the scholarship. The essay can be mailed to: The IanThom Foundation, 44 Blossom View Court, Shepherdstown, WV 25443 or sent via email Iangibsonsmith@ianthom.org
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