Think about what makes you, your academic program, your internship goals or your research unique. Target funding sources focused on supporting the niche that you represent as a public health student/faculty/staff in the intersection of those factors.
Example: are you a female graduate student who is dealing with the challenge of returning to school after working in the field for four or more years?
The Center for the Education of Women through the university has scholarships that require women graduate students to have had at least a 48 month interruption in their education at some point during their life. Apply!
Select from the databases below to search a broad range of funders and funding opportunities. Note each database will have it's own format and you'll have to tailor your search in each.
This guide was created using another guide as a template (with permission granted by the owner). The original guide was created by:
Gurpreet K. Rana, MLIS, Global Health Coordinator
Taubman Health Sciences Library - University of Michigan
*The organization of content for the guide was done by Irina Zeylikovich and Alyssa Mouton - two of their student staff members.