Displaced Homemaker Scholarship

Association on American Indian Affairs, Inc.

The Displaced Homemaker Scholarship is awarded to an undergraduate student. Applicants must be Native American descent

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Eligibility Requirements

  • Age/Grade Level:
    Undergraduate students
  • Financial Need:
    Not Mentioned
  • Ethnicity:
    Be Native American

Application Details

  • Transcript:
  • Resume/Activity List:
    Not required
  • Essay:
    Please choose and submit one of the topics on page 2 to complete a 2-3 page essay.1. AAIA's International Repatriation Project supports the return of Indigenous ancestors, funeraryand sacred objects and objects of cultural patrimony from international repositories, including museums,private collections and auction houses. Why is this important and how would you informothers about it?2. AAIA is a partner in the Annie E. Casey Foundation's Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative(JDAI). What are some viable tribal and community based alternatives to detention for juvenileswho have committed non violent offenses? Are these alternatives successful toward rehabilitationand prevention of crime? Why or why not?3. Attaining higher levels of education has long been touted as a means toward improving thelives of Native people. If you were a tribal leader, how would you promote higher education inyour family and community? How would you promote higher education to non Native Americanswho believe that Native Americans are provided for by gaming revenue and government resources?

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