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The Western Union Foundation Global Scholarship Program (WU Scholars) is a program designed to support young people and their efforts to pursue a post-secondary education.
Selected scholarship recipients will receive USD $2,500 each to contribute toward tuition or school fees at an accredited post-secondary institution and will be selected based on criteria relating to the program's three pillars: Perseverance, Aspiration, and Community.
To be eligible, students must be seeking an undergraduate degree in one of the following categories: science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and business/entrepreneurship.
The application, which requires a letter of recommendation and an academic transcript, opens Wednesday March 8th. The application deadline is Wednesday, April 12 at noon Eastern Standard Time.
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Scholarship applicants must be full-time undergraduate students enrolled in a degree program in manufacturing engineering or manufacturing engineering technology at Western Michigan University. Scholarship applicants must have completed a minimum of 30 college credit hours and are seeking a career in manufacturing engineering or manufacturing engineering technology. Scholarship applicants must possess an overall minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 point scale.
Nemetschek Vectorworks values the different backgrounds and experiences of the next generation of designers. We want to reward talented students and support their studies. While we strive to provide funding to as many students as possible, only a limited amount of scholarships are issued each year.The scholarship supports the next generation of creative potential on two levels. Round one winners will move on to compete for the grand prize, The Richard Diehl Award, in round two. Plus, entering is simple.Submit your best work and answer three short questions by August 31, 2015
School/Area Eligibility For Scholarship: * Elk Grove High * Laguna Creek High * Sheldon High * Florin High * Monterey Trail High * Valley High * Franklin High * Pleasant Grove High * Calvine High * William Daylor High * Las Flores * Rio CazaderoMinimum Required Grade Point Average: 2.0Financial Need: NoPost Secondary Type of School: 4 Year College or University,Vocational College, Community CollegeSpecific Requirements for Applying:Industrial Technology or ROP related careers such as Construction Worker, Manufacturing Processor, Automotive or Agriculture Mechanic, Welder, or CAD Drafter/Designer.Attendance Requirement: * Full-Time Student * Part-Time StudentRequired Participation In School Activities: YesRequired Participation In Community Activities: YesAdditional Qualifications:Applicant must have demonstrated proficiency in Industrial Technology, Manufacturing Production, Agriculture Mechanics, ROP Auto, Construction or HVACRequired Letters of Recommendation: Required
The Imagine America Foundation created its Imagine America High School Scholarship Program in 1998 to help provide scholarships for high school students. This annual scholarship program has helped thousands of high school seniors afford a career education at hundreds of career schools across the United States. Each year, every high school in the United States and Puerto Rico may nominate up to five graduating seniors to receive a $1,000 Imagine America scholarship!
* Scholarship applicants must be full-time undergraduate students enrolled in a degree program in manufacturing engineering technology or mechanical engineering technology at the University of North Texas. * Scholarship applicants must have completed a minimum of 60 college credit hours and be seeking a career in manufacturing engineering technology or mechanical engineering technology. * Scholarship applicants must possess an overall minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. Consideration will be given to applicants with a minimum of 30 hours per week while in school. * Scholarship applicants with demonstrated vehicle interest or experience will be given preference for this award. * Need is not a consideration in awarding scholarships except when two or more applicants have equal qualifications.
Scholarship applicants must be graduating high school seniors who commit to enroll in or who are full-time college or university students pursuing a degree in manufacturing engineering or a closely related field. Scholarship applicants must possess an overall minimum grade point average of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale for their high school senior year. This award is available only to students residing within Region 12 (Arizona, California, New Mexico) and may be applied for separately or in combination with other scholarship awards listed on the Foundation web site. Need is a consideration in awarding scholarships only when two or more applicants have equal qualifications. All applicants should be SME members unless they are high school students.
Final selection by the NADCA Indiana Chapter 25 Scholarship Committee will be based on the criteria listed below. There are six major categories and each has equal weight. Within each category, the criteria is listed in descending order It is important that you have your entire FEF profile completed to be considered for this scholarship. Residency: 1. Resident of Central Indiana 2. Resident of Indiana (outside of above) 3. Resident of a state adjacent to Indiana Education: 1. Attending an FEF school in the State of Indiana 2. Attending an Indiana school 3. Attending an FEF school in a state adjacent to Indiana Preferences: 1. Given to candidates pursuing programs deemed most useful to the die casting industry 2. Given to candidates with the best scholastic record Work Experience: 1. Currently in co-op program involving the die casting industry 2. Work experience in the die casting industry 3. Work experience in the cast metal industry 4. Any manufacturing work experience Relationships: 1. If you know a NADCA Chapter 25 member, provide that name & relationship 2. If you have worked for/with a Chapter 25 member, provide that name Other: Provide any other information about yourself that you feel would help the scholarship committee with the selection process.
This $2,500 scholarship is being awarded by ASNT to a student enrolled in course work related to nondestructive testing (NDT) in a program of study leading to an undergraduate degree, an associate degree or a post-secondary certificate. The scholarship is awarded to the student submitting the best original manuscript on nondestructive testing. The manuscript should develop an original concept in NDT and may be based on practical experience, laboratory work or library research. Papers may be classroom assignments for work outside NDT, such as an English class. Because the award may be made after the completion of studies, there is no requirement that the student use the funds for school expenses. It is not necessary for an applicant to attend ASNT's Fall Conference to be eligible for the scholarship.
Two $2,500 scholarships are awarded to undergraduate students in their sophomore or junior years, who are majoring in metallurgical and/or materials science and engineering with an emphasis on manufacturing from product design to production, integrating process control technology into manufacturing, and basic and applied research into key materials technologies that impact manufacturing processes. Additionally, each recipient receives up to $500 for travel expenses to attend the meeting and luncheon to accept the award. Recipients are known as MPMD Scholars.
ELIGIBILITY AND JUDGING REQUIREMENTS
The applicant must be a student member of Material Advantage.
Applicants must be undergraduate sophomores or junior unless otherwise noted.
Applicants must be enrolled full time in a metallurgical/materials science engineering program at a qualified college or university.
Relatives of members of the funding committee/division are not eligible.
Submitted coursework must be relevant to the scholarship for which the student is applying.
Scholarship recipients are chosen by specially appointed selection committees. The following judging criteria are employed:
Relevance of Coursework/Experience to division's focus
Activities in and out of School, Including Work Experience
Personal Profile Statement
Letters of Recommendation
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