About the Scholarship
The Traub-Dicker Rainbow Scholarship is a program established to encourage and support the LGBTQ community in their pursuit of making a change in the world.
This scholarship is organized by the Stonewall Foundation, focusing on investments in unique organizations, activities, and leaders.
The aspiring applicants are expected to put forward their motivation to make a change in the world. The candidates will be judged on the basis of their academic background, public service, and the ways in which they can influence the problems related to the LGBTQ Community.
How to Apply?
The respective materials required to apply for the Traub-Dicker Rainbow Scholarship are:
- A copy of the candidate's completed application, available online on the official website of Stonewall Foundation.
- The candidate's self-written essays on the 4 topics mentioned in the application, in about 100-400 words
- The candidate's most recent transcript
- A copy of the candidate's letter of acceptance in the educational institution
- Two letters of reference from certified individuals as proof of their public service
The above-mentioned materials must be submitted on or before the deadline date to be considered for the Traub-Dicker Rainbow Scholarship.
Multiple monetary scholarship amounts ranging from $1500 - $3000 are awarded to the eligible candidates each year.
The number of awards varies every year.
The respective materials must be submitted on or before the deadline date of June 26 to be considered for the Traub-Dicker Rainbow Scholarship.
The Traub-Dicker Rainbow Scholarship consists of the following eligibility criteria to be applied for:
The individual must be a high school senior or currently enrolled undergraduate or graduate student.
The individual must demonstrate academic excellence. A particular grade point average is not required; students' overall records will be considered.
The individual must demonstrate outstanding community service and a commitment to impacting LGBTQ issues.
Then individual must identify as a woman, lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, or queer.
The applicant should be an international or U.S. student.