Grants & Scholarships

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Thanks to the generosity of many Rhode Islanders, the Foundation is able to offer scholarships and fellowships to students from middle school to post-graduate level, from communities throughout the state, and in many different fields of study.

For more information, contact Kelly Riley at (401) 427-4028 or email kriley@rifoundation.org.

Para obtener más información, comuníquese con Claudia Cornejo al (401) 427-4031 o envié un correo electrónico a ccornejo@rifoundation.org.

College-level

United Italian American Inc. Scholarship

April 04, 2022
  • Rhode Island resident
  • Attending two- or four-year college or university
  • Superior academic achievement

Important: review full requirements

United Italian American Inc. Scholarship

  • Rhode Island resident
  • Attending two- or four-year college or university
  • Superior academic achievement
  • Financial need
  • Leadership in school and/or community
  • Award: $250-$1,000; renewable
Apply
College-level Certificate-level

Nondas Hurst Voll Scholarship Fund

May 02, 2022
  • Single mothers transitioning off public assistance
  • Pursuing higher education or job training beyond high school
  • Award: $500-$1,500; renewable
Apply
College-level

Alan Edgar Wurdeman Scholarship Fund

April 18, 2022
  • Rhode Island residents pursuing LPN or RN nursing degrees
  • Attending a school in Rhode Island or Northeastern University School of Nursing
  • Maintain a GPA of 2.5 or better
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College-level

Sergeant Cornel Young, Jr. Scholarship

May 02, 2022
  • Providence public high school junior; award given upon graduation the following year, with proof of college acceptance
  • Planning to attend an accredited post-secondary degree-conferring institution
  • Recommended by a high school guidance counselor, teacher, principal, or advisor who is aware the student has overcome a serious obstacle in his/her academic path

Important: review full requirements

Sergeant Cornel Young, Jr. Scholarship

  • Providence public high school junior; award given upon graduation the following year, with proof of college acceptance
  • Planning to attend an accredited post-secondary degree-conferring institution
  • Recommended by a high school guidance counselor, teacher, principal, or advisor who is aware the student has overcome a serious obstacle in his/her academic path
  • Award: $1,000+; non-renewable
Apply