The A.T. Anderson Memorial Scholarship program was established by AISES in 1983 in memory of A.T. Anderson (Mohawk), a chemical engineer and an AISES founder. Annual scholarships are awarded to members of AISES who are American Indian/Alaskan Native (AI/AN) college students pursuing academic degrees in the sciences, engineering, medicine, natural resources, and math.
This merit-based scholarship program plays an important role in helping remove financial barriers to higher education among Native undergraduates and graduates majoring in the STEM fields. This is significant in light of U.S. Department of Education 2009 data showing that only 185,000 AI/AN students were enrolled in higher education (a mere 0.6% of overall student enrollment).
AACE awards academic scholarships to full-time students pursuing a related degree in engineering, construction management, building construction, computer sciences, business, quantity surveying, information technology, etc. AACE International scholarships are available in amounts ranging from $2000 to $8000. Specific awards will be determined based on your overall scholarship and collegiate accomplishments. Applications are accepted January 1st through February 15th each year through an on line process.
Several scholarships up to the amount of about $3000 each will be awarded to applicants who are residents of these North Carolina counties near Ft. Bragg and Pope AFB: Cumberland, Moore, Harnett, Sampson, Bladen, Robeson, Hoke, Scotland, Richmond, Montgomery, or Lee counties. The scholarships are open to returning college students and new college applicants and may be previous winners of a scholarship from the NC Chapter of AFCEA. The scholarship will be awarded when applicant is accepted or shows proof of enrollment at an accredited college and provides this information, in writing, to the NC Chapter of AFCEA. In 2009, ten (10) scholarships were awarded for a total of $30,000.
Merit-based scholarships of $2,500 will be awarded to persons on active duty in the uniformed military services, to honorably discharged U.S. military veterans (including Reservists and National Guard personnel), disabled veterans, and to their spouses or dependents who are currently enrolled full time in an eligible degree program at an accredited two- or four-year college or university in the U.S.
Veterans enrolled as freshmen, part-time students and/or in two-year institutions are also eligible to apply; all others must be at least second-year college students enrolled full time as sophomores or juniors in four-year institutions at the time of application. Candidates must provide a copy of Certificate of Service, Discharge Form DD214, or facsimile of candidate’s current DoD or Coast Guard Identification Card.
AFFIRM maintains endowments with Syracuse University and the University of Maryland-University College. The scholarships are awarded by the universities and must meet the following criteria: must be a full-time student (12 credits or more); must be a Junior or above; must demonstrate financial need; must carry a minimum of 3.0 cumulative GPA; must major in some aspect of IT or related field; must have a letter of reference from a professor; and preference is to award to U.S. Citizens. If chosen, the applicant is requested to attend an AFFIRM’s Educational Program to be recognized as a recipient, usually in January following the Scholarship awards. Scholarship applications will be provided by the Universities; students should inquire in the financial aid office. Scholarship is non-renewable.
Each year, ASEI awards scholarships to outstanding student members that have achieved academic excellence in their field of interest. ASEI’s investment into the educational pursuits of its younger members provides the necessary support they need to attain their goals. Scholarship awards are based on (a) demonstrated ability, (b) academic achievement, including GPA/honors/awards, (c) career objectives, (d) financial hardship, (e) faculty recommendations, (f) student involvement in science fair, campus activities, (g) industrial exposure including part-time work and internships, and (h) involvement in ASEI and other community activities.
APIO provides three scholarships, one each in the amounts of $1,000, $1,500, and $2,000 to deserving Asian or Pacific Islander students who meet the following criteria.
The applicant must be: currently enrolled in an accredited 2-year or 4-year institution of higher learning; an undergraduate student; by the application deadline, must have the equivalent of at least 15 semester hours towards a degree in one of the following natural resource fields: Agricultural Business, Agronomy, Biology, Botany, Environmental Science, Forestry, Geology, Horticulture, Plant Science, Rangeland Science, Soil Science, or Agricultural, Civil, or Environmental Engineering; and must be an Asian or Pacific Islander student who is a U.S. citizen.
African American, Latino, and American Indian high school seniors or community college transfer students who will be attending one of the HP Scholar partnership universities and will be majoring in computer science, computer engineering or electrical engineering. Please refer to the application form for specific information on the application process as well as a list of the current partnership universities.
The High Technology Scholar/Intern Tuition Waiver Program provides an incentive to business and industry to support the computer information technology/science and engineering students through scholarships and internships. To be eligible for a High Technology Scholar/Intern Tuition Waiver, a student must: Enroll in an eligible program as determined by the Board of Higher Education; be deemed eligible by the participating company or corporation; be a permanent legal resident of Massachusetts; be a United States citizen or eligible non-citizen; Not be in default of any Federal or state loan or owe a refund on any previously received financial aid; and not have received a prior bachelor’s degree or its equivalent
IAESTE is the International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience, a global organization which maintains consultative and operational relations. IAESTE United States is dedicated to providing scholarships and grants to outstanding members who participate in the internship programs. We currently offer the following scholarships and grants: Underrepresented Groups in Technical Fields, Non-traditional Destination Travel Grant and the IAESTE experience: My Media Journey.
The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, a program of Society for Science & the Public, is the world’s largest pre-college science fair competition. Each year, more than 7 million high school students from around the world compete in local science fairs with the dream of reaching Intel ISEF. Only 1,500 of these young innovators become finalists, invited to attend the event to share ideas, showcase cutting-edge research, and compete for over USD 4 million in awards and scholarships. More than 1,000 science, engineering, and industry professionals volunteer at Intel ISEF to judge the student projects and award prizes.
The purpose of the Lockheed Martin International Scholarship Program is to annually provide scholarships to up to three non-US citizen children of Lockheed Martin non-US citizen employees. These scholarships are for the pursuit of studies in any country, including the United States, leading to a university degree equivalent to the baccalaureate degree in the United States. Applicants must be the non-US citizen children of full-time or part-time non-US citizen Lockheed Martin employees who are working outside the United States; and must intend to enter the university for the first time as full-time students.
A $3,000 scholarship will be awarded to one competitively selected and deserving student planning to attend, or currently enrolled at a college or university in the State of Hawaii – studying an eligible hard science or technical field.
Applicants must be graduating from a public (includes home schooling) or private high school in Hawaii. Applicants must show a commitment to pursuing a college degree in science or technology. Before the scholarship check is mailed, awardee must be accepted into an accredited 4-year college/university in Hawaii.
To honor the memory of Lieutenant General Douglas D. Buchholz, USA (Ret.), the scholarship is made possible by a generous donation from General Dynamics C4 Systems. A scholarship in the amount of $2,000 will be awarded to one competitively selected and deserving Fort Gordon, Georgia enlisted soldier each year. Candidates must be current active enlisted soldiers assigned to Fort Gordon, Georgia, have completed a minimum of 15 semester hours/25 quarter hours, be currently enrolled either full or part time at an accredited U.S. college and majoring in the following or related fields of electrical, chemical, systems or aerospace engineering, mathematics, physics, science or mathematics education, or computer science. Majors directly related to the support of U.S. Intelligence enterprises or national security with relevance to the mission of AFCEA will also be eligible. Minimum GPA requirement of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale.
The scholarship program covers one high school senior ($20,000 – 4 years), one undergraduate-level ($15,000 – 3 years), one graduate-level college/university scholarship ($15,000 – 3 years), for women who are currently or will be enrolled in college/university-level courses, as well as two MCWT active member scholarships ($5000 each – 2 years) for the 2011/2012 academic year. In addition, MCWTF is offering one graduate or undergraduate level research grant, which can be applied to research materials, lab requirements, travel and presentation needs. Additionally, any student involved in the MCWTF GET-IT program (Girls Exploring Together: Information Technology) is eligible to apply for one new scholarship for high school seniors entering college or taking college-level courses.
To recognize achievement by blind scholars, the National Federation of the Blind annually offers blind college students in the United States the opportunity to win one of thirty national scholarships worth from $3,000 to $12,000. All applicants for these scholarships: must be legally blind in both eyes; must be residing in the United States, the District of Columbia, or Puerto Rico; must be pursuing or planning to pursue a full-time, postsecondary course of study in a degree program at a United States institution in the 2012 scholastic year, except that one scholarship may be given to a person employed full-time while attending school part-time,; and must participate in the entire NFB national convention and in all of its scheduled scholarship program activities.
The P. O. Pistilli Scholarship is funded by the Design Automation Conference and it is directed by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Special Interest Group on Design Automation (SIGDA). The objective of the scholarship is to increase the pool of professionals in Electrical and Computer Engineering and Computer Science from underrepresented groups (Women, African American, Hispanic, Native American, and disabled students). Scholarships of $4000 per year, renewable for up to 5 years, are awarded annually to 2-7 high school seniors from the above mentioned underrepresented groups who have a 3.00 GPA or better (on a 4.00 scale), have demonstrated high achievement in math and science courses, have expressed a strong desire to pursue careers in electrical engineering, computer engineering, or computer science, and who have demonstrated substantial financial need. U.S. citizenship is not required, but applicants must be U.S. residents when they apply and must plan to attend an accredited US college or university.
This scholarship is for US citizens who are legally blind. To qualify for this scholarship, applicants must be undergraduate or graduate students majoring in engineering, or computer, physical, or life science. The amount of the scholarship is $1000.
Through the SDRA Jerry Wheeler Scholarship Program, the South Dakota Retailers Association assists students who are studying for careers in retailing or business.
The program is named in honor of long-time Executive Director Jerry Wheeler, who started the scholarship program in 1991. To be eligible, applicant must be enrolled in or planning to enroll in a retail or business related course of study at a vocational technical school, college or university, or other trade school in the fall of 2012. Students planning to attend post secondary schools outside of South Dakota are eligible if they graduated from a South Dakota high school.
The SWE Scholarship Program provides financial assistance to women admitted to accredited baccalaureate or graduate programs, in preparation for careers in engineering, engineering technology and computer science. In 2011, SWE disbursed 188 new and renewed scholarships valued at $540,000.
SWE provides one application for sophomores through graduate students and one application for freshmen. Applicants complete an application and are considered for all scholarships that they are eligible for.
The AFCEA Tidewater Chapter awards annual scholarships to students pursuing undergraduate or graduate degree programs in appropriate technical disciplines. The Tidewater Chapter awards scholarships to students who demonstrate academic excellence, participation in extracurricular activities, and financial need. An eligibility criterion includes: Should be entering or participating in an undergraduate or graduate degree programs in appropriate technical disciplines such as Electrical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Computer Engineering, Mathematics, Computer Science, Electronics, Telecommunications, or Physics; Candidates need not be members of AFCEA; may be U.S. government civil service employees; active military personnel (both officer and enlisted); family members of U.S. civil service employees and military personnel; military veterans; and high school seniors and undergraduate students(full and part-time) living in the Tidewater area; and Must be at least first-year college student, enrolled full-time at the time of application.
The Texas Telephone Association Foundation (TTAF), a non-profit, philanthropic organization founded to help further the understanding of telephony and advance telecommunications as a career choice, will award six, four-year scholarships, in the amount of $1,500 per year to students entering college for the 2011-2012 school year.
Scholarships of $5,000 will be awarded to full-time students pursuing an undergraduate degree in an eligible major and currently enrolled in an accredited Historically Black College or University (HBCU) institution in the United States. Distance-learning or online programs affiliated with one of these institutions are eligible. Candidates must be at least second-year college students, enrolled full time as sophomores or juniors at the time of application. The scholarships honor the memory of Vice Admiral, USN (Ret.), Samuel L. Gravely, Jr., the Educational Foundation’s first executive director.
The William E. “Buck” Bragunier Scholarship for Outstanding Leadership has been established to honor Buck’s memory and unique contributions to AFCEA. Scholarships of $2,000 each will be awarded annually to one competitively selected and deserving undergraduate student attending an accredited four-year college or university in the San Diego, California geographical community. Candidates must be at least second-year college students, enrolled full time as sophomores or juniors at the time of application and be majoring in the following or related fields of electrical, chemical, systems or aerospace engineering; mathematics; physics; technology management; management information systems; or computer science.
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