7 advanced dive training grants in 5 categories -- for women or men -- divers of any age (unless specified) and background who wish to further their dive education through approved scuba diving programs beyond the open water diver level.
Two training grants (valued at £1000 each) for Diver Medical Training - UK and Europe areas - qualified women or men.
Three training grants (valued at $500) for qualified women or men. For Diver Medical Training including full Diver Medical Theory and Practical Training - USA or Canada
One $2,000 grant to encourage instructors to expand their underwater-related skills by taking additional training leading to certification. For women only.
One $1,000 Internship program with a focus in marine biology. For women or men, must be a still-matriculated undergraduate student.
Two scholarships ($1,500 & $1,000) for qualified women or men of any age who are enrolled in accredited undergraduate academic or research programs in the field of marine conservation.
Four scholarships ($2,000 each) awarded to qualified individuals who are enrolled in an accredited graduate academic or research program in the field of marine conservation. Three are for women only; one is for women or men.
Four fellowships ($2,500 each) to support marine fieldwork and data collection in conjunction with marine habitat rehabilitation projects. For women only.
Up to ten basic dive training grants (7 are for women only; 3 are for women or men) to provide funding to learn to dive, culminating in a certification from a internationally recognized diver-training agency.
One $1,000 grant to a women diver of any age and background who wishes to begin or further her training in hardhat diving through an approved hardhat dive training program.
One scholarships ($2,500) for graduate level course of study leading to a career in the field of underwater archaeology. For women only.
One $1,000 grant for a disabled person (female or male) or for a Divemaster, Assistant Instructor, or Instructor (female or male) to gain the required education/training to assist or teach the disabled to dive
Two $5,000 grants to support graduate research in extreme environment physiology (diving, altitude, and/or space). For women or men with current or pending enrollment in a degree-granting graduate program.
One $1,500 scholarship for a woman diver who is enrolled in a degree-granting undergraduate or graduate program in the U.S. or Canada in the field of journalism, graphic arts, photography
A grant for a young female or male who wants to begin or further her/his dive education/training. Must be enrolled in an ROTC or JROTC program, military academy or be a Sea Cadet or Sea Scout
One $2,000 grant for a qualified woman of any age to advance the conservation of sea turtles.