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Sunday, March 9, 2008

Scholarships for Muslim Students

I've started a new blog listing scholarship opportunities for Muslim students. I hope you find it useful, insha'Allah.

Visit the blog here, and remember to share with others who may benefit from the information.

Also: If you know of a scholarship opportunity that should be added to the blog, share it below by leaving a comment.


AMoon said...

Assalamu Alaikum,

Please see scholarship opportunities below for doing internships in Washington DC.


Atif Moon

The Center for Global Understanding (CFGU) and The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars (TWC) are working together to increase the civic engagement of Muslim American students through its internship program.

It will be a year- round program for 10 to 12 weeks in Washington D.C. open to undergraduate and graduate Muslim American students studying in a variety of fields such as Journalism, Environment, Public Health or Public Policy to name a few.

TWC and CFGU have agreed to provide at least 50 scholarships for Muslim American students over the next two years under its TWC-CFGU initiative. Together TWC and CFGU will commit $150,000 dollars to help develop the next generation of Muslim American leaders.

Each semester, CFGU will provide scholarships for Muslim American students that intern at The Washington Center. Scholarship recipients will be chosen through a competitive process administered by CFGU and The Washington Center. This neww partnership will provide CFGU students' opportunities for civic engagement, professional achievement and leadership development. The first group of CFGU students are scheduled to participate in The Washington Center's Summer Term of 2009.

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The Center for Global Understanding encourages Muslim American students to participate in civic engagement and be a resource for public and private organizations seeking knowledge about Islam and Muslims.

The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars is an independent, non-profit educational organization founded in 1975. Its mission is to prepare college and university students for civic leadership through experiential education. In this way, The Washington Center seeks to promote future leadership for the private, public and nonprofit sectors of society. It has served approximately 40,000 students from colleges and universities located in the United States and around the world.

For more information please see the following link:

Anonymous said...

Contact this group for Chicagoland area muslim student scholarship.

Bring Community Closer,

Anonymous said...

Asalam aliekum,

Please see a national Muslim scholarship program called Dollar-A-Day Scholarship Fund at

Join their facebook group at!/group.php?gid=10393791407&ref=ts

For questions, visit

Anonymous said...

sir im pakistani im suffered from flood im a mle nurse want to do specialization in nursing but i can not afforrd plz help me regarding my studies

Shaffia Banu Khan said...

I am a concerned mother of 5 children& one grand daughter. Both My husband & I is currently unemployed. My children are finding it difficult to cope at school & need extra tution but we are not in the financial situation to provide for this. My 2 eldest daughters are qualified Aalima's & also need to do their matric once again we dont have the financial means for them. My 2 daughters will be very happy to work in your country or any muslim country or any Islamiat Institute.
My husband & I will also consider employment in your country, He's on the Fianacial/Accounts field & I am on the Short term insurance Claims field.
Please urgently respond as we are facing a very bad fiancial crissis.

Sister Shaffia Banu Khan

Anonymous said...


This site is out of date.

Please update it so it will be helpful.


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