Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)

Summary:
An award of $1000 to be applied to college, trade school, or graduate school tuition for students diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder who are interested in pursuing their educational goals.
Apply By:
December 10, 2021
Foundation:
Kelly Law Team
Summary:
Supports qualified individuals with Autism or Asperger syndrome in the United States. An award of $3,000 each is given in the following categories:
– Four-year undergraduate college or university
– Two-year undergraduate college
– Trade, technical, or vocational school
Apply By:
May 3, 2021
Foundation:
Organization for Autism Research
Business Phone Number:
703-243-3466
Business Contact Email:
Address: Autism Society of Iowa
Attn: Kris Steinmetz
PO Box 65311
West Des Moines, IA 50265
Summary:
A minimum $500 award to be applied toward the completion of an accredited, post-high school educational or vocational program of study (such as college, trade school, and so on).
Apply By:
March 15.
Foundation:
Autism Society of Iowa
Business Contact Email:
Address: Autism Society of Iowa
Attn: Kris Steinmetz
PO Box 65311
West Des Moines, IA 50265
Summary:
This vocational school scholarship (a minimum of $500) is designed for Iowa students on the autism spectrum who desire to study automotive technology, collision refinishing, diesel technology, marine technology, motorcycle technology, HVAC or plumbing & heating.
Apply By:
March 15.
Foundation:
Autism Society of Iowa
Business Contact Email:
Summary:
Administered through the Organization for Autism Research, this program provides $3,000 scholarships to eligible students across the autism spectrum.

Applicants may pursue the following education and training:

– Four-year undergraduate college or university

– Two-year undergraduate college

– Trade, technical, or vocational school

– Certificate and life skills/transition programs

Apply By:
May 3, 2021
Foundation:
Organization for Autism Research
Business Phone Number:
703-243-3466
Business Contact Email:
Summary:
High school students or current college students with autism attending a post-secondary program in the 2021-2022 academic year may apply for the $500 award.
Apply By:
April 25, 2022
Foundation:
KFM Making a Difference