Career Specific Scholarships - Mathematicians

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AMS Epsilon Awards for Young Scholars Program


Sponsored by: American Mathematical Society Epsilon Fund
Amount: Up to $15,000
Apply by: December 15
Description: The Epsilon Fund seeks to fund programs that have the following general characteristics (not requirements): run over a period of multiple weeks during the summer, bring in at least 20 high school students with mathematical talent and generally directed by mathematicians. Within these broad guidelines, many different models of programs are considered eligible and are welcome to apply.
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Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Program


Sponsored by: Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation
Amount: Up to $7,500
Apply by: January 28
Description: Applicants must be full-time college sophomores or juniors, U.S. citizens or resident aliens, have a minimum "B" GPA and be in the upper fourth of their class. Award must be used during the junior or senior year of college. Selection is based on potential and intent to pursue careers in mathematics, the natural sciences or engineering.
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Biographies of Contemporary Women in Mathematics Essay Contest


Sponsored by: Association for Women in Mathematics
Amount: Varies
Apply by: January 31
Description: Applicants must interview a woman working in a mathematical career and write an essay based on the interview. Applicants may be from the sixth grade to graduate students.
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