Scholarships for April at UNCF

UNCF offers national and regional scholarships and job opportunities that close in April. Apply today!

Check out these UNCF scholarships and internships currently open for applications, and complete your application before the deadlines. Look at some of the opportunities UNCF offers high school and college students that can help you get to and through college. Visit any time to see what’s open.


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2022-2023 Cox Enterprises Scholarship Program
A need-based scholarship to students attending UNCF member institutions with preference given to students majoring in STEM and sponsorship of the 2023 UNCF Early Talent Opportunity Program. Closes Apr. 4.

2022-2023 ConocoPhillips Last Dollar Scholarship
In partnership with UNCF, ConocoPhillips has established the ConocoPhillips Last Dollar Scholarship Program to provide a one-time need-based scholarship of up to $3,300 for 8 eligible students. Selected recipients’ contact information will be shared with the scholarship Grantor. Closes Apr. 4.

2022-2023 Four Promises Scholarship
The Four Promises Scholarship program seeks to support students from the state of Minnesota. This program will provide need-based scholarships of up to $5,000 to Black and Latino undergraduate students enrolled at Historically Black Colleges and Universities during the 2022-2023 school year. Closes Apr. 4.

Bennett students running outdoors2022-2023 Adidas Black and LatinX Community Scholarship Program (Phase
Adidas, in partnership with UNCF, seeks to remedy the educational disparities and lack of opportunities that plague far too many underrepresented students, and threatens to deny them the transformational prospects that a postsecondary education can provide students, their families, communities and the nation. The Adidas Black and LatinX Scholarship Program is a postsecondary scholarship designed to meet the unmet financial need of underrepresented African American/Black and LatinX students enrolled at non-traditional postsecondary schools (i.e., community college, trade school, or technical college). Closes Apr. 6.

2022-2023 Pursuing Academics with Support (“PAWS”) Scholarship
Mars Petcare US, Inc. is pleased to offer the Pursuing Academics with Support (PAWS) scholarship. This need-based scholarship will go towards supporting Black/African American students pursuing a bachelor’s degree in a STEM career at any accredited, four-year, U.S. located institution. Selected scholarship recipients will receive up to $10,000 for the 2022-2023 school year. Closes Apr. 6.

4 Texas College students in library2022-2023 Papa Johns RISE Internship Program for Diversity
Papa Johns RISE & UNCF Internship Program was created to develop a diverse pipeline of Black/African American college professionals in our evolving culture. The internship will give you, the intern, an opportunity to RISE in career disciplines such as Human Resources, Information Technology, Marketing & Social Media/Branding, Supply Chain and Purchasing, Food Science/Food Technology, and more. Closes Apr. 6.

2023-2024 Gantt-McColl Scholarship Fund
In honor of Harvey Gantt and Hugh McColl, UNCF established the Gantt-McColl Scholarship Fund to provide financial assistance in an annually renewable, need-based scholarship to students who are permanent residents in North Carolina to get to and through college. Closes Apr. 9.

2022-2023 Comerica Charitable Foundation Scholarship
The Comerica Charitable Foundation recognizes the importance of supporting education and has identified this as one of its key giving priorities. Comerica’s support of the UNCF scholarship program reflects its commitment to education. That commitment is based on a clear vision of being socially responsible and making a tangible difference in the communities Comerica serves. Closes Apr. 10.

Group shot of students at Stillman College2023-2024 J.P. Morgan Wealth Management HBCU Scholarship Program
As one of the oldest financial institutions in the United States, JPMorgan Chase & Co. continues to make dedicated efforts to provide more support for the Black community in their pursuit of educational, career, business, and personal financial success. Uniquely positioned to marshal their resources to help make the economy work for more people, JPMorgan Chase Bank, NA has partnered with UNCF to establish the J.P. Morgan Wealth Management HBCU Scholarship program. Closes Apr. 11.

2022-2023 Eunice Walker Johnson Scholarship
Eunice Walker Johnson was a business leader and humanitarian, particularly concerned with the encouragement of African American youth. Mrs. Johnson was the producer and director of the world’s largest traveling fashion show, Ebony Fashion Fair, which has donated some of its proceeds to UNCF. Through her generous donation, UNCF will be awarding scholarships up to $5,000 in the 2022- 2023 academic year to students attending one of the 37 UNCF member HBCUs or Selma University. Closes Apr. 11.

Group shot of 4 female Rust College students smiling2023-2024 Boule’ Foundation Scholarship
The Boule’ Foundation in conjunction with the United Negro College Fund will provide annual merit-based scholarships to entering college freshmen students (Fall 2023) of African descent attending four-year, accredited, non-profit degree-granting colleges and universities of their choice. Closes Apr. 14.

2022-2023 Integra Foundation, Inc. Scholarship
The Integra Foundation, Inc. Scholarship Program, in partnership with UNCF, provides scholarship opportunities to permanent residents of New Jersey, Ohio, or Massachusetts and who are majoring in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM). Closes Apr. 15.

Male student receiving honors during graduation ceremony at Bethune Cookman University2023-2024 Turner Construction Company Scholarship Program
The UNCF/Turner Construction Scholarship Program was established by Turner Construction, a New York corporation with offices located in Reston, VA in partnership with the United Negro College Fund (UNCF). The UNCF/Turner Construction Scholarship Program provides renewable need-based scholarships to students from Phelps Architecture, Construction, and Engineering High School in Washington, District of Columbia who pursue a college degree in a construction industry related field. Closes Apr. 25.

2023-2024 NAPA Valley Vintners Scholarship
Napa Valley Vintners Scholarship Program was established by the Napa Valley Vintners, a California nonprofit corporation, in partnership with UNCF to provide scholarships to eligible applicants who are pursuing a degree related to the wine industry. Closes May 1.

2023-2024 HBCU – Sustainable Communities Initiative
The HBCU Sustainable Communities Initiative ( focuses on preparing and training future business and community leaders in the field of sustainability, preparing them to create and maintain thriving communities through design, planning, investment, and policymaking. Eligible HBCU students gain access to support knowledge, and resources that help prepare them for fulfilling careers focused on solving our communities’ most pressing social, economic and environmental problems. Closes May 8.

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