HIV AIDS Research Training Fellowship
The HIV AIDS Research Training Fellowship is a Fellowship sponsored by American Psychological Association.
Amount of Fellowship:
Requirements: Applicant must be an American citizen or permanent resident, enrolled full-time. Applicant must be a member of an ethnic minority group (including but not limited to African-American, Alaskan Native, American Indian, Asian-American, Hispanic, and Pacific Islander) and/or demonstrate a commitment to a career in psychology related to ethnic minority populations and HIV/AIDS issues.
Eligibility: Doctoral-level study
Sponsorship provided by:
American Psychological Association
Minority Fellowship Program, 750 First Street, NE
Washington, DC 20002
Phone Number: 202 336 6127
Fax Number: 202 336 6012
You can find out more by contacting:
Kim J. Nickerson, Ph.D.
It will help if you search for any material provided for the fellowship. Getting the greatest odds of achieving your goal can be attained by first understanding the qualifications and making sure you meet them. At the outset be aware of the reason for involvement of the American Psychological Association and their goals for the HIV/AIDS Research Training Fellowship. If you are qualified, you should determine if there is a reasonable chance of actually getting the fellowship. If you think that you have the possibility that you can be a recipient of the HIV/AIDS Research Training Fellowship, then it is worth it to use your time.
One critical detail of applying for the fellowship is paying close attention to the application. Occasionally the process can be lengthy and laborious, but it is absolutely critical that you fill out the application precisely and without omission. Pay careful attention so that you won't be bumped because of carelessness.
After the required forms have been mailed, it's important to know when the HIV/AIDS Research Training Fellowship chooses a winner and actually dispenses the money so that you can know if it is possible to count on the fellowship to help meet your financial needs and its personal usefulness, stipulations may exist on how you can use the HIV/AIDS Research Training Fellowship. You might find it challenging to find ways to manage the increasing costs of education, and making use of the HIV/AIDS Research Training Fellowship to assist with your expenses is often invaluable. If you are not fortunate to receive the HIV/AIDS Research Training Fellowship, try not to be upset, you can find different fellowships that you can hopefully get.
Last Updated: 10/21/2011