Support To Discriminated Students
Welcome to the official website of the Amethyst Scholarship, a site dedicated to the struggle against discrimination against gay and lesbian students. The site promotes gay scholarships that help gay and lesbian individuals to have a chance in their studies.
The most important goal we set before our group is to increase the volume of help we provide to LGBTQ community. We know that it’s impossible to help every single individual, and that is why we are seeking cooperation with other organizations that share the same goal with us.
What Students Say About Our Scholarships
“I have to extend my thanks to Amethyst Scholarship and their friends for assisting me in my efforts to enroll at the Yale.”
“It’s only thanks to Amethyst Scholarship that I had enough money to find decent work that is relevant to my college degree.”
“My partner and I had it tough with our child as we had no money to send them to the school which would be good enough for their talents. This organization helped us, and we are thankful for that.”
Finding money to help pay for college is stressful. However, there are several things that can be done to help in this process. There are websites to visit, organizations to contact, and resources to tap. Figuring out where to look, when to do it, and what kind of financial assistance is available is critical when […]
Our organization is small in comparison with some established groups that support LGBTQ individuals for several years already. Those organizations have vast connection networks that assist them in aiding people in need. And every individual that is a friend of the LGBTQ community is eligible for some form of scholarship, as long as they need […]
Now, the majority of ordinary people think that LGBTQ organizations that award scholarships to gays, lesbians, and others do that just because they aren’t straight. That is a misconception that prevents people from seeing the truth. And the fact is that those scholarships go into the hands of individuals who aren’t afraid to come out […]
Any individual that wants to succeed has to attend a college and hone their skills. Failure to do so leads to struggle, and a life full of obstacles that are hard to overcome. It is safe to say that those that come out as LGBTQ have many more constraints than straight people. It’s sad to […]