Scholarships for Competence

Showing 1-8 of 8 scholarships
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  • 5,000
  • 1 award
  • October 2017
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:
  • Character Trait: Show |Commitment|Competence|
  • School (College): |Accredited University|
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The grant is for research on the prevention of injuries in children and adolescents through accidents, violence, abuse or suicide.
  • competition 4.0
  • effort level 2.0
View Details Benton-Meier Scholarships American Psychological Association
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  • 2,500
  • 2 awards
  • June 2018
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:
  • Character Trait: Show |Commitment|Competence|
  • Age / Grade Level: |Doctoral-level study|
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The scholarship was established to support two graduate students in neuropsychology.
  • competition 4.0
  • effort level 1.0
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  • 25,000
  • 1 award
  • June 2018
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:
  • Character Trait: Show |Competence|
  • Career: Pursue a career in |Psychologist|
  • Age / Grade Level: |Early-Career Professional|
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The scholarship was established to support early career psychologists.
  • competition 4.0
  • effort level 2.0
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  • 13,000
  • 1 award
  • September 2018
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:
  • Character Trait: Show |Competence|
  • Organization: Associated with the |Nonprofit Organization|
  • Age / Grade Level: |Early-Career Professional|
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The scholarship grant was established to support the investigation of how personality, culture and environment influence work behavior and health.
  • competition 1.5
  • effort level 1.0
View Details David H. and Beverly A. Barlow Grant American Psychological Association
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  • 9,000
  • 1 award
  • September 2018
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:
  • Character Trait: Show |Competence|
  • Organization: Associated with the |Nonprofit Organization|
  • Age / Grade Level: |Graduate Student|Early-Career Researcher|
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The scholarship grant was established to support innovative basic and clinical research on anxiety related disorders.
  • competition 1.5
  • effort level 4.0
View Details APA Congressional Fellowship Program American Psychological Association
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  • 75,000 - 90,000
  • 2 awards
  • January 2018
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: +1 More
  • Character Trait: Show |Communication Skills|Competence|Sensitivity|Cooperation|Interest|
  • Organization: American Psychological Association (Professional Oganization)
  • Career: |Psychology (Industry)|
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This fellowship is an APA-wide program administered by APAs Public Interest Directorate. This fellowship is an intensive public policy training opportunity available exclusively to psychologists. Fellows spend a year working on the staff of a member of Congress or congressional committee and take on a level of responsibility typically reserved for experienced congressional staff. Fellows responsibilities may include drafting legislation, conducting oversight work, assisting with congressional hearings and events, and preparing briefs and speeches.
  • competition 1.0
  • effort level 4.5
View Details Jacquelin Goldman Congressional Fellowship American Psychological Association
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  • 75,000 - 90,000
  • 1 award
  • January 2018
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: +3 More
  • Character Trait: Show |Communication Skills|Competence|Sensitivity|Cooperation|
  • Organization: American Psychological Association (Professional Oganization)
  • Career: |Psychology (Industry)|
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Jacquelin Goldman Congressional Fellowship is provided to one fellow psychologist who has a doctorate in psychology. The fellowship provides a stipend that ranges from $75,000 to $90,000, depending upon years of post-doctoral experience. The fellowship was established in honor of Jacquelin Roberta Goldman, Ph.D.
  • competition 1.0
  • effort level 4.0
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  • n/a
  • 1 award
  • March 2018
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: +1 More
  • Character Trait: Show |Communication Skills|Competence|Cooperation|Interest|
  • Organization: American Psychological Association of Graduate Students (Professional Organization)
  • Major: Study |Psychology|
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This internship was established to provide graduate students with firsthand knowledge of the ways in which psychological research can inform public policy and the roles psychologists can play in its formulation and implementation. This is a one year internship on public interest policy issues on the staff of APA's Public Interest Government Relations Office. The scholar's activities include participating in legislative and advocacy work, such as assisting in the preparation of briefing papers, testimony and other documents, and attending congressional hearings and coalition meetings.
  • competition 1.5
  • effort level 4.5
Showing 1-8 of 8 scholarships