THE APPLICATION DEADLINE FOR ALL BUT ONE SCHOLARSHIP IS
OCTOBER 31, 2021 AT 5:00 PM EASTERN U.S. TIME.
THE APPLICATION DEADLINE FOR THE UNDERGRADUATE MARINE RESEARCH INTERNSHIP IS
JANUARY 15, 2022 AT 5:00 PM EASTERN U.S. TIME.
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One $1,000 grant to a female diver of any age and background who wishes to begin or further her training in hardhat diving through an approved hardhat dive training program.
Four fellowships ($2,500 each) to support marine fieldwork and data collection in conjunction with marine habitat rehabilitation projects. For women only.
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
One $2,000 grant for a qualified woman of any age to advance the conservation of sea turtles.
Two scholarships (graduate: $2,000; undergraduate: $750) for courses 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
Up to 11 advanced dive training grants -- 9 for women only, 2 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 basic certification level.
Two training grants (valued at £1000 each) for Diver Medical Training - UK and Europe areas - qualified women or men.
Six 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. Five are for women only; one is for women or men.
Up to ten basic dive training grants (8 are for women only; 2 are for women or men) to provide funding to learn to dive, culminating in a certification from a nationally recognized diver-training agency.
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.