Accenture American Indian Scholarship Fund

CLOSED: AIGC is now accepting applications for the AY 2016-2017.

This is an undergraduate level scholarship for which applicants must possess a minimum 3.25 GPA; be an incoming college (undergraduate) freshman seeking a degree and career in fields of study including:

  1. various engineering;
  2. computer science;
  3. operations management;
  4. management;
  5. finance;
  6. marketing, and;
  7. other business oriented fields.

And, be a degree seeking incoming college undergraduate freshman; and demonstrate character, personal merit and commitment to the American Indian Community locally and/or nationally through a series of responses to questions found in the online application. This opportunity is awarded to United States federally recognized American Indian and Alaska Native community members (students).

Note: All applicants are required to submit a Tribal Eligibility Certificate (TEC) and Financial Needs Form (FNF) which can be downloaded from the AIGC website. Full Online Application Instructions should be reviewed throughout the application process.

Please note that all applicants are notified by email via FELLOWSHIPS@AIGCS.ORG of award or denial. No information will be provided via telephone. If awarded, you will receive information regarding further instructions and additional required verifying documents.

Varies - Accenture makes final determinations
Supplemental Questions
  1. High School Name, HS City, HS State
  2. High School Graduation Date
  3. High School Cumulative GPA (Unweighted)
  4. Please return to this page after graduation to upload your final high school transcript that indicates your GPA on an unweighted 4.0 scale. AIGC will send you an email reminder to do so one week prior to the deadline: Upload here or fax to 505-884-0427 (Please wait up to 10 business days for faxed documents to be added to your file)
  5. Accenture Personal Statement: Pease submit a well-written, creative, personal statement describing where you are in life (write about family, school, community, hardships, celebrations or whatever else you believe defines you at this moment in time), why you are a good candidate for this scholarship and how you expect to give-back to Indian Country throughout your lifetime. Be creative, tell a story, move your reader to laughter or tears, be honest, open and write from your heart.
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