APF Queen-Nellie Evans Scholarship for Early Career Psychologists in USA 2022

For the APF Queen-Nellie Evans Scholarship for Early Career Psychologists in the United States year 2022, the American Psychological Foundation is accepting applications.

APF Queen-Nellie Evans Scholarship

The Queen-Nellie Evans Scholarship will honor outstanding graduate students from underrepresented groups who have demonstrated financial need and are dedicated to addressing societal disparities and issues that negatively impact communities of color, particularly those of African descent, with a focus on:

  • The underlying causes
  • Interventions
  • Affects individual mental and physical health and well-being, whether direct or indirect
  • Wider severe social or psychological consequences for the people who are affected

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Preference is given to those who:

  • are pursuing a career in academics, clinical service delivery, or government policy;
  • after completing their graduate degrees, regard their employment as assisting in the improvement of the conditions of neglected populations;
  • are people who live in the areas they want to help; or
  • have a track record of working with underserved groups

Worth of Award

  • A $4,000 scholarship is offered annually.

APF Queen-Nellie Evans Scholarship Requirements

Applicants must be graduate students enrolled in an institution or university that is accredited.

They must be psychology graduate students who have shown the financial need and are devoted to addressing social inequities and concerns that disproportionately affect people of color, especially those of African origin.

How to Apply

  • personal statement
  • CV
  • academic transcript
  • letter of recommendation
  • financial need verification documents (FAFSA, EFC, etc.)

Deadline: The deadline for applications for the APF Queen-Nellie Evans Scholarship is January 31, 2022.

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