IAM 2022 Student Scholarship Awards

Congratulations to the 2022 Student Scholarship Awards Recipients

Achievement Award Categories:

 Category Description of Excellence
 General: Well rounded accomplishments, with primary focus on
Academic achievements
 Community Service/Civic Engagement:Contribution to the Community through leadership in
Community Service and Civic Engagements
 Entrepreneurial Leadership:Founder/Co-founder/Leader of an entity (non-profit/profit)
and/or demonstrated Leadership to promote an entity that
benefits the society at large
Arts & Sports:Achievements in any form of Cultural Arts or any Sport

Selection & Intimation Process:

    • Applications will be reviewed by an IAM appointed committee, for each of the applied categories

    • Family members of the review committee are not entitled to apply

    • Review Committee members will review and rate all valid applications and recommend the names of selected achievement awardees to the IAM President

    • IAM President will inform the award winners by July 31st, 2022

    • Decision of IAM will be final and binding

    • Results may also be published on IAM website (iamn.org) or other communications from IAM

    • Award recipients will be recognized on Saturday, Aug 13th, 2022 at IndiaFest flag hoisting event at St Paul Capitol Grounds

  • Applicant Requirements
    • Applicant must be a legal US resident

    • Applicant does NOT need to be of Asian Indian origin, but should have been involved with activities/causes related to Asian Indian community

    • Applicant must have graduated from a Minnesota High School in the year 2022.

    • Applicant must be a first-time degree seeking freshman in the Fall of 2022 at a four-year degree program in the United States.

    • Applicant must have completed and submitted all applicable paperwork by the application deadline

This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board and the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund. This work is funded in part by the Minnesota Humanities Center with money from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund that was created with the vote of the people of Minnesota on November 4, 2008.