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  • Breaking the Glass Ceiling Early On: How to Empower Girls in STEM
    Women in the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) workforce face major obstacles — not only are they underrepresented and underpaid, but they also sometimes lack the confidence to assert their knowledge. These are resources to help students and faculty with navigating those challenges.


  • Racial Equity Resources For Education, Professional & Community Development, Health, And Civil Rights
    We have collected these 135 resources that promote racial equity in a variety of important ways.


  • National Research Mentoring Network (NRMN)
    NRMN is an NIH grant-funded initiative whose entire purpose is to diversify the STEM workforce. We do this by providing researchers across all career stages in the biomedical, behavioral, clinical, and social sciences field with evidence-based mentorship and professional development programming that emphasizes the benefits and challenges of diversity, inclusivity, and culture. Our program achieves that through mentorship, networking, and professional development through our online networking platform, MyNRMN, which has over 19,000 mentors and mentees.


  • Guide to Scholarships for Healthcare and Nursing Students of Historically Underrepresented Groups
    These scholarships are all open to students nationwide, and are available to those in historically underrepresented groups, including those who are pursuing healthcare careers, such as nursing, health administration, or allied health careers. There are six categories of scholarships: Black students, women, Hispanic/Latinx students, Indigenous Students, Students with disabilities, and Veterans.. Also view our helpful Guides for students who are trying to pay for their nursing education, in cluding: Financial Aid and Scholarships: A Beginner's Guide for Nursing Students, Scholarships for Nursing Students and How to Win Them, and The Nursing Student's Guide to Debt-Free Education.


  • Guide to Supporting STEM Education for Students with Disabilities
    Our free guide provides resources for identifying and reducing barriers people with disabilities may face while pursuing a STEM education pathway. With support and cultivation of interest from a young age, people with disabilities may be able to benefit from a more fair footing in terms of pursuing a STEM career. Topics include: Tutoring, Support, STEM Activities, Scholarships, Non-profit org's, Resources, Tips and more!


  • Skype a Scientist for Groups and Classrooms
    We give students the opportunity to get to know a “real scientist”, ask questions and get the answers straight from the source! This program allows us to reach students from all over the world without having to leave the lab! We have thousands of scientists ready to chat with your group, at no cost! Teachers can choose the type of scientist that will fit their classroom.


  • Guide to Online College with a Learning Disability
    This guide provides critical information for students with learning disabilities who want to enroll in online courses. It provides important information such as securing and using learning disability accommodations, locating assistive technologies, and navigating online course sites.


  • College Guide for Students with Disabilities
    College students with disabilities have rights that allow for specific accommodations to help them succeed in school. Learn about legal protections, scholarships, technologies, and other assistance available to students with disabilities.


  • Scholarships for African-American Students
    This guide provides a list of scholarship award programs for the Black community, gives tips on how to make your scholarship application shine, and offers additional resources that provide support to African-American students from enrollment through graduation and beyond.


  • Initiatives to get more Women into Cybersecurity
    With a gender imbalance in the cybersecurity field, there are lots of initiatives that aim to get women more involved. We discuss the cybersecurity gender gap and reveal more than 35 initiatives that are helping to close it.


  • 30 Top Scholarships for Public Service Students
    Students majoring in public service fields can take advantage of a wide variety of funding opportunities, especially scholarships dedicated to particular fields of study. This guide helps aspiring police officers, teachers, social workers, and related public service professionals find the necessary funding for their specialized college education.


  • Guide to Paying for College for People With Disabilities
    Getting a college degree is hard enough, but it presents a different set of challenges for people who have disabilities. If you have a disability, this guide can help you determine how to get financial aid, and access scholarships meant for people with disabilities.


  • Financial Aid and hellpful tips For Minority students
    Helpful tips, advice, and funding sources for Minority Students


  • African-American Grants
    A list of grants and awards for African-American students.


  • Bioscience Funding Opportunities for faculty & asst. professors
    A calendar of foundation and association biomedical and bioscience funding opportunities that are for faculty/assistant professors with PI eligibility. The Research Management Group serves as the central resource and expert partner on research administration providing support and oversight of sponsored projects. RMG represents Stanford University as the institutional official for proposal submission and award acceptance ensuring compliance with federal regulations, sponsor requirements and University policies.


  • Increasing Access and Success in STEM: Supporting the transition of High School students with Disabilities into College
    Resources to help advance high school students with disabilities with transitioning into post-secondary STEM education programs. These resources were the result of finalizing training materials used in student workshops run by Center for Community Inclusion & Disability Studies at the University of Maine and Maine EPSCoR.