ASU student sits on A-Mountain viewing ASU campus in downtown Tempe

Scholarships

Learn about available scholarship opportunities.

Friends of the Center

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

Friends of the Center Undergraduate and Graduate Awards are designed to deepen students’ knowledge and understanding about religion, conflict, and/or peacebuilding. The awards are made possible through the generous support of the Friends of the Center, individuals committed to advancing the research and education mission of the Center.

These awards can fund activities such as:
- Research for an honor’s thesis, master’s thesis, or doctoral dissertation.
- Participation in reputable, internationally-oriented training programs in religion, conflict, and peacebuilding.
- Research activities that advance understanding of the intersections of religion and conflict.

Please click the link to learn more the scholarship and to apply.

Citizen Storyteller

Deadline: Monday, July 1, 2024

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

The Citizen Storyteller Scholarship is a $2000 USD award that can be credited towards any Actuality Abroad Documentary Outreach trip.

There are up to eight (8) scholarships available for travel in 2025.

Students must apply to the scholarship on the Actuality Abroad website at actualityabroad.org/scholarship. Additionally, applicants must apply for an upcoming Documentary Outreach trip, complete the interview process and be invited to travel.

Students must submit the scholarship application online and the Documentary Outreach program application online by July 1st 2024. Successful scholarship recipients will be notified of their award by August 1st 2024.

Please click the link to learn more the scholarship and to apply.

Asian American Journalists Association

Deadline: Friday, May 31, 2024

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

The IJA-AAJA Pacific Islander Journalism Scholarship Fund is intended to grow the number of Pacific Islander journalists and support their success.

Scholarships are intended to help Indigenous peoples of the Pacific, particularly Polynesians, Micronesians and Melanesians, pursue careers in journalism, especially in the U.S. and U.S.-affiliated Pacific islands.

Administered by the Indigenous Journalists Association, the fund was established in 2022 in partnership with the Asian American Journalists Association’s Pacific Islander Task Force. The goal is to strengthen the journalistic skills of Pasifika to improve Oceania representation and storytelling in the news media industry.

Please click the link to learn more the scholarship and to apply.