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National Presbyterian College Scholarship renewal form
This application is for pastors serving in small churches. It can provide money to help pay for training opportunities.
Students who have previously received the National Presbyterian College Scholarship or the Season of Service scholarships may apply for this supplemental grant to help cover additional expenses.
Financial Aid for Service and Young Women’s Ministries are collaborating to offer women participating in the National Presbyterian College Scholarship and Student Opportunity Scholarship a chance to apply for an additional $1,000 supplemental award sponsored by Young Women’s Ministries.
The Transformational Leadership Debt Assistance is seeking up to 50 culturally proficient, adaptive and innovative, critically thinking and emotionally intelligent Christ-like pastors called to serve where they are needed to lead small PC(USA) congregations or emerging worshiping communities. The goal is to help reduce educational debt acquired by seminary graduates called to minister to communities… Read more »
A list of Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) affiliated colleges and schools.
The Native American Education Grant was created for Native American and Alaska natives pursuing full-time postsecondary education attending a college or university in the U.S.A. We invite applications from students of all tribal backgrounds; however, 55% of the funds supporting this program are donor restricted to members of the following tribes: Hopi, Pima, Papago, Tohono… Read more »
Provides up to $35,000 annually to up to two Presbyterian women per year serving as practicing physicians in the mission field. In addition to mission work under the direction of—or in participation with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)—eligible positions might also include service with a medical humanitarian organization or in a Health Professional Shortage Area, as… Read more »
The Teaching of the Bible Grant program provides support for teaching the Bible at Presbyterian-related colleges, universities, and secondary schools. Previous awardees have used the grant to develop new curriculum and experiment with the approaches to teaching. Programs led by chaplains have offered an emphasis on developing spiritual gifts through small group study, community building,… Read more »
The Office of Church Growth, in partnership with the Presbyterian Hunger Program provides scholarships up to $200 to help Presbyterians attend training events run by the national networks of community organizing (such as IAF, PICO, DART and Gamaliel Foundation).