Thus the ethnic scholarship comes back into play once again. With the recession drying up so many corporate jobs, enterpreneurship becomes even more important. Educated individuals make more successful enterpreneurs.
The following list of leading racial/ethnic scholarships was originally compiled by the Financial Aid website. Click on the highlighted name for more information on the scholarship. The list is by no means all-inclusive; as you check it, you'll find that one major category is NOT REPRESENTED (this issue is further addressed at the end of the list):
-- American Architecture Foundation--Minority/Disadvantaged
-- American Chemical Society
-- American Institute for Certified Public Accountants Minority Scholarship
-- Alpha Kappa Alpha Scholarship
-- Asian American Journalists Association Scholarship
-- Blacknews.com Scholarship Essay Contest
-- Catching the Dream Scholarship
-- Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute
-- Government Finance Officers Association - Minorities in Government Finance Scholarship
-- Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities
-- Hispanic College Fund Scholarships
-- Hispanic Scholarship Fund - College Scholarship Program
-- IIPP Fellowship
-- Japanese American Citizens League (JACL) National Scholarship
-- Judith Weidman Racial Ethnic Minority Fellowship - UMC
-- Korean American Scholarship
-- The Lagrant Foundation Undergraduate Scholarship
-- Mercedes B. Mackay Memorial Scholarship - Dakota Indian Foundation
-- Metro New York Chapter-Undergraduate Scholarship
-- Microsoft National, Women's and Minority Scholarships
-- Minority Geoscience Student Scholarship - American Geological Institute
-- Morris K. Udall Scholarship
-- National Association of Black Accountants
-- National Association of Black Journalists
-- National Italian American Foundation Scholarships
-- National Society of Black Engineers
-- New York Market Radio Minority Scholarships (NYMRAD
-- New York State Regents Professional Opportunity Scholarship Program
-- Rhode Island Foundations- The RDW Group Inc. Minority Scholarship for Communications
-- United Methodist Scholarship Program
-- United Negro College Fund
-- USDA Public Service Leaders
-- World Studio Foundation Scholarship
-- Xerox Technical Minority Scholarship
Note that, with the exception of the Italian-American scholarship, there are no listed scholarship opportunities for Whites. And while the other racial scholarships are available for all member of a given racial community (the United Negro College Fund is available for all Blacks), the Italian-American scholarship is only for Whites with a demonstrably Italian origin.
Into the breach steps the Nationalist Coalition, emerging as a leading White civil rights advocacy group. The Nationalist Coalition now offers the "White Community Scholarship" to young White students actively pursuing secondary education, but who also have a demonstrable track record of constructive activism on behalf of the White community. Here's a short YouTube video describing the scholarship.
The size of the scholarship actually varies according to the funding available. Unlike the other racial scholarships, which are frequently fueled by donations from corporations eager to use such connections to score diversity "brownie points", the White Community Scholarship, being relatively new and considered politically incorrect by an anti-White political elite in this country, enjoys no such corporate sponsorship. Consequently, it is up to individual members of the White community to grow this fund and make it truly viable through individual contributions.
Just as the United Negro College Fund is only for students who are demonstrably Black, so the White Community Scholarship is only for students who are demonstrably White. Who is "White", you ask? The old "one-drop" rule seems to be on the way out; the new emerging standard is the "David Lane rule", in which if a person looks, acts, talks, and fights White, then, until they prove otherwise, they are our folk. Further questions about this issue can be directed towards the Nationalist Coalition Coordinator nearest your home; contact information available HERE.
Obviously, many White students will not need this resource. For example, White LDS youth who remain members of the Church in good standing can apply for slots within the Brigham Young University system. If accepted, they will receive a secondary education significantly subsidized by the Church so long as they remain members of the Church in good standing. The Church subsidizes secondary education because, as they say at BYU, "the glory of God is intelligence". But for other working-class White students, the White Community Scholarship represents yet another opportunity to get at least nominal financial help for schooling.
The Nationalist Coalition does NOT cater to the popular stereotypes of White Nationalism so often fostered by the ADL and SPLC, both of whom either exagggerate existing White racism or even invent non-existent racism for the sake of organizational self-perpetutation and to keep the donation spigot cranked wide open. The Nationalist Coalition would never accept someone like Curtis Allgier as a member of their organization. Thus a contribution to their White Community Scholarship Fund is not a contribution to classical "white supremacy".