The APF Queen-Nellie Evans scholarship funds a graduate student from underrepresented groups who has proved financial need and is devoted to addressing gaps in societal structures and issues that adversely affect communities of color, particularly communities of African ancestry.
- root causes
- Direct or indirect consequences on the mental and physical health and well-being of the individual
- extended adverse social or psychological consequences for the affected population
Given preference are those who:
- are preparing for careers in academia, clinical service provision, or public policy;
- Upon completion of their graduate degrees, they view their work as contributing to the betterment of marginalized groups;or
- have shown experience servicing underserved populations.
- Type: Masters
- Organisation: American Psychological Foundation (APF)
- Country to study: United States
- Course to study: Not specified
- Gender: Men and Women
- Application Deadline: January 31, 2023
About the American Psychological Foundation (APF)
The American Psychological Foundation (abbreviated APF) is a humanitarian organization in the United States that awards research grants to early-career psychologists. The organization has ties to the American Psychological Association.
Six psychologists founded the American Psychological Foundation in 1953 with an initial budget of $580.
Joseph McVicker Hunt, one of the APF’s founders, later served as its first president.
Dorothy Cantor, who supervised the launch of two major fundraising efforts, the Campaign for a New Era in 2000 and the Campaign to Transform the Future in 2012, is among the foundation’s other former presidents. In 2017, Terence M. Keane replaced Cantor.
One $4,000 scholarship is given each year to a graduate student from an underrepresented group who has a clear financial need and who is dedicated to addressing the challenges that disproportionately affect people of color, especially people of African origin.
Applicants must be minority graduate students enrolled in master’s degree programs that are accredited.
Documents Required for Application
- Personal statement
- Academic transcript
- Letter of recommendation
- Financial need documentation (FAFSA, EFC, etc.)
How to apply
Are you interested and qualified? To apply to the American Psychological Foundation (APF), visit www.grantinterface.com.
January 31, 2023
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