The National Office supports a variety of funding opportunities. The purpose of the grants is to provide support to chapters who are engaged in a variety of activities. To be eligible for a grant from the National Office, the chapter must have submitted their annual report with a brief budget overview for the previous academic year and support of the faculty advisor. In addition, we are pleased to share the addition of the Judith K. Luebke Membership Scholarship, as listed below.


Project grants provide financial support for members/chapters to implement student lead health education projects or conduct student research proposals. A funded project should provide for the advancement of health education as well as the enhancement of the health of the community. Total available is $500 per application.  | Apply


Travel and Professional Development Grants are designed to assist with chapters’ efforts to provide professional development to their membership. These funds may be used to support travel to and attendance at professional meetings, conferences, and events. State and national professional conferences and local training events are eligible for funding. Total available is $1,000 per application. A total of $5,000 will be awarded for 2023-24 travel grants, with a current review cycle deadline of February 1, 2024. So submit as soon as possible! | Apply


This scholarship is made available from a memorial gift from Judy and her family, to support the cost of annual ESG membership dues for student members facing extreme financial barriers. Judy was a long-time supporter of ESG and professional preparation of students, and we are honored to be able to continue her legacy in supporting students. We are projecting being able to fund 8-10 such scholarships per year. If you have a student who is struggling to afford ESG membership, please contact: