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Computer Science Scholarship Program for College Students

Eligibility

  • Must be a graduate of a public or accredited private high school
  • Must be a first-year student in a computer engineering or computer science program at a US-based college or university, residing in US
  • Must have a minimum composite SAT score of 1350/1600 or ACT score of 27
  • Must have a minimum GPA of 3.0
  • Must be passionate about computer engineering

How to Apply:

  • Complete the application form found on the companies website.

Further submission guidelines can be found on the scholarship’s website above.

Computer Hardware Engineering Scholarship 2020-2021 for Students

Eligibility

  • To take part in the computer hardware engineering scholarship 2020-2021, you should be an enthusiastic US high school, university or college student studying computer science, engineering and related areas.
  • Besides that, a candidate needs to attach a small presentation of any relevant project of personal creation in the field of electronics design, embedded systems, Internet of Things, robot development or other related areas. This can be a completed school or university project, a pet project or any other work you have done and are proud of.

How to Apply:

  • To apply, the candidate should fill out the application form on our website (please see below) providing personal and contact information and submitting a short essay of 100 to 150 words length telling us why you have chosen an engineering career and which field of IT you would prefer to explore in the future.

Further submission guidelines can be found on the scholarship’s website above.

Trench Shoring Boxes’ Scholarship

Eligibility

  • Scholarships granted will be for the school year beginning on or about the following September.
  • The applicant must be enrolled as a half-time student or greater with the intent of seeking a career in engineering, marketing, or web development.
  • Must be a legal resident of the United States.
  • Applicants must be entering their first year or higher of a Bachelor’s degree or enrolled in any year in an advanced degree (MS, Ph.D., MD, or comparable) program

How to Apply:

  • Please write a 400 word essay on the following questions:
    • How do trench boxes keep workers safe?

 

Further submission guidelines can be found on the scholarship’s website.

PixelPlex Bi-Annual STEM Scholarship

Eligibility

  • You are a citizen or a permanent resident of the United States;
  • At the date of the award, you must be enrolled (or accepted with plans to attend) in a college or university in the United States;
  • Your field of study is related to science, technology, engineering, math (STEM), economics, or business.

How to Apply:

  • Send an email to scholarship@pixelplex.io with “PixelPlex Scholarship Award: Your Name” in the subject field.
  • In your submission email, write a short paragraph or two about yourself and why you chose the topic.
  • Attach your essay as a PDF or Microsoft Word document to the email. The length of the essay should be a minimum of 1200 words (there is no maximum word limit) and include an introduction and conclusion. The essay should be original text and not published anywhere.
  • the essay topics can be found below:
    • Blockchain
    • Artificial Intelligence
    • Internet of Things
    • Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality

Further submission guidelines can be found on the scholarship’s website.

STEM Scholarship

Eligibility

  • Citizen or a permanent United States resident
  • At least 18 years old at the date of entry
  • At the date of the award, you must be enrolled (or accepted with plans to attend) a college or university in the United States listed here
  • Minimum GPA of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent)
  • Field of study is related to science, technology, engineering, math (STEM)

How to Apply:

  • To apply for this scholarship, first create a Course Hero account, then write a 500-word essay answering the following question:
    • ‘Smart city technology can be almost invisible to their residents, and many people may not be aware of how technology is boosting safety, livability and more in these cities. What’s one current or coming technology that is changing or will change how cities work?’

 

Further submission guidelines can be found on the scholarship’s website

George D. Andrews Engineering Scholarship

Eligibility:

  •  Applicants must be incoming freshmen accepted to a four-year accredited college or university
  • Applicants must be majoring in a field of engineering or sciences
  • Applicants must be US citizens
  • Demonstrated or expressed interest in engineering research, engineering education, or the sciences
  • Student essay
  • Letters of recommendation
  • Academic standing (minimum required high school GPA of 3.25)

How to Apply:

  • completed application form. Only completed application forms will be considered
  • Two letters of recommendation with at least one former teacher or high school official
  • An official high school transcript including GPA
  • A one page (< 500 words) statement stating the applicant’s qualifications and educational and career goals.

Further submission guidelines can be found on the scholarship’s website.

AISES Intel Growing The Legacy Scholarship Program (2020-2021)

Eligibility:

  • Must be majoring in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering. Considerations may be made for students pursuing Chemical Engineering, Material Science, and Physics.
  • Students must be a U.S. citizen, enrolled full-time at an accredited college/university, and be pursuing a bachelors, masters, or doctoral degree.
  • Must have a 3.0 or higher cumulative GPA.
  • Applicants must be: an enrolled citizen or a decedent of an enrolled citizen of a federal or state recognized American Indian Tribe or Alaska Native Village; or Native Hawaiian or decedent from a Native Hawaiian; or Pacific Islander or decedent from Pacific Islander; or Indigenous person of Canada. Enrollment documents and/or a copy of birth certificate(s) showing descendancy from an enrolled citizen, Indigenous group of Canada, Native Hawaiian, or Pacific Islander are acceptable. Applicant may also, instead, provide a copy of their Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood or Certificate of Degree of Alaska Native Blood (CDIB) card.

How to Apply:

  • Essays: Students are required to submit 2 essays, up to 300 words each. These essays are an important part of the scholarship review process.
    • ​For undergraduate and graduate students:
      • Essay Prompt 1: Technical Skills: Describe your technical skills (i.e. Hardware, Software, etc.) and associated work, research and/or project experiences that would be relevant in sharing with a technical company.
      • Essay Prompt 2: Leadership Skills: Describe your leadership skills and/or experience(s)?
    • For Native Next Generation (college Freshman) students:
      • Essay Prompt 1: Please share a personal statement that highlights your background, academic achievements, and interests. Include information on courses taken and any honors or advanced placement courses. Talk about what motivates and challenges you intellectually and what impact you hope to have in your community and/or profession.
      • Essay Prompt 2: What activity or activities (cultural, community-related, occupational, academic, athletic etc.) most clearly reflect your character? Please describe your participation. Why is participation in this activity or these activities important to you?

Further submission guidelines can be found on the scholarship’s website.

 

ISES Aristocrat/VGT Scholarship (2020-2021)

Eligibility:

  • Must be pursuing a degree in the following areas: Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Software Development, Electrical Engineering, Finance, Human Resources, Supply Chain, and related fields.
  • Must be a full-time undergraduate student (or high school senior headed to higher education) at an accredited college/university or full-time graduate student.
  • Applicants must be: an enrolled citizen or a decedent of an enrolled citizen of a federal or state recognized American Indian Tribe or Alaska Native Village; or Native Hawaiian or decedent from a Native Hawaiian; or Pacific Islander or decedent from Pacific Islander; or Indigenous person of Canada. Enrollment documents and/or a copy of birth certificate(s) showing descendancy from an enrolled citizen, Indigenous group of Canada, Native Hawaiian, or Pacific Islander are acceptable. Applicant may also, instead, provide a copy of their Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood or Certificate of Degree of Alaska Native Blood (CDIB) card.

How to Apply:

  • Essays: Students are required to submit 3 essays, up to 500 words each.  These essays are an important part of the scholarship review process.
    • Essay Prompt 1: Please share a personal statement highlighting your background, academic achievements, and interests. Include information on courses taken and any honors or advanced placement courses. Talk about what motivates and challenges you intellectually and what impact you hope to have in your community and/or profession.
    • Essay Prompt 2: What stimulated your interest in your chosen major or area of study?
    • Essay Prompt 3:  What activity or activities (cultural, community-related, occupational, academic, athletic, etc.) most clearly reflect your character?  Please describe your participation. Why is participation in this activity or these activities important to you?

Further submission guidelines can be found on the scholarship’s website.

AISES A.T. Anderson Scholarship (2020-2021)

Eligibility:

  • Any STEM related degree such as Mathematics, Medical Sciences, Physical Science, Technology, Science, Engineering, or Natural Resources.
  • Students must be full-time undergraduate or graduate students at an accredited two-year or four-year college/university for the 2020-2021 academic year.
  • Applicants must be: an enrolled citizen or a decedent of an enrolled citizen of a federal or state recognized American Indian Tribe or Alaska Native Village; or Native Hawaiian or decedent from a Native Hawaiian; or Pacific Islander or decedent from Pacific Islander; or Indigenous person of Canada. Enrollment documents and/or a copy of birth certificate(s) showing descendancy from an enrolled citizen, Indigenous group of Canada, Native Hawaiian, or Pacific Islander are acceptable. Applicant may also, instead, provide a copy of their Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood or Certificate of Degree of Alaska Native Blood (CDIB) card.

How to Apply:

  • Essays: Students are required to submit 3 essays, up to 500 words each.  These essays are an important part of the scholarship review process.
    • Essay Prompt 1: Please share a personal statement highlighting your background, academic achievements, and interests. Include information on courses taken and any honors or advanced placement courses. Talk about what motivates and challenges you intellectually and what impact you hope to have in your community and/or profession.
    • Essay Prompt 2: What stimulated your interest in your chosen major or area of study?
    • Essay Prompt 3:  What activity or activities (cultural, community-related, occupational, academic, athletic, etc.) most clearly reflect your character?  Please describe your participation. Why is participation in this activity or these activities important to you?

 

Further submission guidelines can be found on the scholarship’s website.

EWS SWE Framatome Scholarship

Eligibility:

  • Be a female student who has completed at least one-year studies in an ABET accredited school with the intention to enter the field of engineering.
  • Be in position to accept the scholarship toward undergraduate or graduate engineering studies in an accredited school in the fall following presentation of the award.
  • Be a woman residing in or attending school in the eastern part of Washington State.

Required Application Materials

All application material will become the property of the Eastern Washington Section of the Society of Women Engineers. No application materials will be returned. In order to be accepted for judging, all of the following materials must be submitted:

  • Application Form: to be completed electronically.
  • Transcripts: Scanned official copy of the applicant’s transcript showing grades for the entire enrollment in current and/or prior college(s).
  •  Letters of Reference:
    • From the Engineering Department Head, a professor, or a faculty councilor.
    • From an individual who has personally known the applicant for a minimum of 3 years and who is not a relative to the applicant.

Further submission guidelines can be found on the scholarship’s website.

 

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