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Grants and Scholarships for African Women

by Roveen Anyango
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If you are new to AWIT, welcome to our ongoing series, which links you to several scholarship opportunities, mentorships, and fellowships from institutions worldwide.

Today, we unveil two more opportunities, from scholarships to grants, that could be the stepping stones to your personal growth.

New Jersey Governor’s Industry Vocations Scholarship for Women & Minorities

If you are a black/African, Latina/Hispanic, Asian/Pacific Islander, or Native American woman, this is your opportunity.

If you have an interest in architectural engineering technology, carpentry, electrical trade, industrial trade, or other related fields and are attending any of New Jersey’s County colleges, technical, or vocational institutions, you can click here to apply for this opportunity before June 1, 2024.

Cartier Women Grants and Support for Female Entrepreneurs Worldwide

Cartier is an organization dedicated to supporting female entrepreneurs worldwide in various fields. Its goal is to enable them to get the support they need to get their businesses up and running.

Each year, 21 finalists are selected from seven regions worldwide: Latin America and the Caribbean, Sub-Saharan Africa, North America, Europe, Middle East and North Africa, East Asia, South Asia, and Oceania.

These 21 finalists will then receive benefits such as one-on-one personalized business coaching prior to Award Week, a series of business workshops and networking sessions during Award Week, and media visibility for the finalists and their businesses during the months leading up to Award Week, including interviews with local and international press.

The top 7 laureates, one from each region, will receive $100,000 in prize money, while the other 14 will receive $30,000.

In addition to the prize money, all 21 applicants will be awarded a scholarship to attend the six-day INSEAD Social Entrepreneurship Executive Program Education Program.

They will also get ongoing support for their business’s further growth and development.

If this feels like an opportunity, click here to apply.

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