Scholarship and Internship

  • The Federal Asian Pacific American Council (FAPAC) Endowment Fund
The Federal Asian Pacific American Council (FAPAC) Endowment Fund is open for applications to  the Distinguished Public Service Scholarship. For the past many years, FAPAC has awarded a number of scholarships and internships to Asian Pacific American college students who exhibit excellent academic achievement as well as demonstrated a continuous effort to foster diversity and community service to the Asian Pacific American community. Started 2013, the scholarship has been represented through the established FAPAC Endowment Fund in honor of the first Asian Pacific American elected to Congress – the late Dalip Singh Saund, and the honorable former Secretaries Elaine L. Chao and Norman Y. Mineta. In 2016, the scholarship will be given in honor of the late congressman Dalip Singh Saund to one student during the annual FAPAC National Leadership Training Program. The scholarship recipient will receive a stipend of $5,000 towards his or her education.

The DEADLINE for the application is February 29, 2016. 

Interested students can visit the FAPAC website at to learn more about FAPAC and its activities. 

For more information on the scholarship, please visit or see attached application.  Please contact Award Chair, Liqun Wong, directly for further questions at

  • Rho Psi Scholarship Program
Objective and Scope

Established in 1965, the main objective of the Rho Psi Scholarship Program is to promote Chinese youth balanced academic and extra-curricular development and to recognize outstanding achievement. The scope of this year’s Rho Psi Scholarship Program includes the following 5 Scholarships:

Science & Technology Scholarship
Leadership and Service Scholarship
Arts Scholarship
Sports Scholarship
Need Based Scholarship
On top of that, the other objective of the Scholarship Program is, leveraging on their Rho Psi Scholarship experience, to inspire Rho Psi Scholarship winners and to enable them moving forward to attain higher academic and social achievements in their future development.

Please visit for more information.

  • The Greater McLean Republican Women’s Club (GMRWC)
The Greater McLean Republican Women’s Club (GMRWC) awards a $1000 scholarship annually to a graduating high school senior who resides in the Dranesville District of Fairfax County.  The award is based primarily on the student’s involvement in promoting Republican activities. It also takes into account the student’s academic and other achievements.

The scholarship is named after Betty Greer, a life member and past president of the GMRWC.  Born and raised in Australia, Betty married Ben Greer, a U.S. sailor, in 1947 and came to the Washington area.  She became a U.S. citizen in 1960 and spent years tirelessly volunteering in Republican politics at local, state and federal levels.


  • Greater New York Chinese Dollars for Scholars

141-07 20th Ave, Ste 602
Whitestone, NY 11357

Tel: 718-767-8895

  • North South Foundation (NSF)

  • Other Resources

Last update: 6/02/2016