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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 a high school graduating senior or an undergraduate student enrolled in a manufacturing engineering, manufacturing engineering technology or closely related degree at one of the following sponsored institutions.
Wayne State University, Student Chapter S004
Lawrence Technological University, Student Chapter S011
University of Detroit-Mercy, Student Chapter S081
Focus: Hope, Center for Advanced Technologies, Student Chapter S279
Henry Ford Community College, Student Chapter S331
Macomb Community College, Student Chapter S071
University of Michigan - Dearborn, Student Chapter S326
Preference will be given to a member in good standing of their respective SME Student Chapter or SME-Detroit Chapter One - The Founding Chapter.
Preference will be given to applicants involved in SME Student Chapter activities at their respective institution.
The applicant can be a full- or part-time student.
Applicants must possess an overall minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 Scale.
Applicants must demonstrate good character and leadership.
Need is not a consideration in awarding scholarships except when two or more applicants have equal qualifications.
* One scholarship awarded annually worth up to US$10,000 per annum * For study in the US and Canada at the undergraduate and graduate levels * Approved fields of study are agriculture, architecture, economics, education, engineering, marine construction, marine design and manufacturing systems Giving primarily in the Bahamas.
Primary preference will be given to students attending universities in North Texas and in the State of Texas only.
Students must have a 3.0 GPA at the time of application.
Applications accepted for fall semester only.
To apply for an NBT scholarship or endowed university scholarship, you must:
Have a 3.0 GPA (or an 85% competency score) and be currently enrolled in or entering a university engineering program, or related field, to apply for an endowed scholarship
Submit an official high school or college transcript
Submit an on-line application
A. Scholarship applicants must be full-time students enrolled in a degree program in engineering or technology and seeking a career in robotics or automated systems. B. Scholarship applicants must have completed a minimum of 30 college credit hours and be seeking a career in manufacturing, robotics, or automated systems. (Graduate students will not be eligible for this scholarship.) C. Scholarship applicants must possess an overall minimum grade point average of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale. D. Students may submit a scholarship application in succeeding years. E. Scholarships will be limited to United States and Canadian citizens. F. Need is a consideration in awarding scholarships only when two or more applicants have equal qualifications. Additionally, the following items apply to each and every scholarship/fellowship program and are used by the review committee for evaluation: 1. Students from an Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology/Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (ABET/CEAB) accredited program in Manufacturing Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering Technology, or specifically stated programs are ordinarily given preference over those from 1) non-accredited programs or 2) those from other disciplines. 2. Students enrolled in industrial technology, industrial technical education, engineering management, manufacturing management, or who are in technician or machine operator programs are virtually always rejected unless stated in the individual announcement.
Program Description: The Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF) and General Motors (GM) have partnered to provide financial resources to assist outstanding Latinos pursuing degrees in Engineering and Business. The award amount is $2,500. Eligibility Requirements: Be of Hispanic heritage. Be a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident with a permanent resident card or passport stamped I-551 (not expired). Be enrolled full-time in a degree-seeking program at a four-year U.S. accredited college or university in the U.S., Puerto Rico, or U.S. Virgin Islands for the upcoming academic year (enrollment is verified in the Fall). Have a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale (or the equivalent). Be majoring in Engineering (electrical, industrial, manufacturing and mechanical) or Business (accounting, business administration, economics and finance). Must complete the GM Online Assessment (required of semifinalist only).
Be currently enrolled full-time students who are enrolled in a program related to cost engineering/cost management. These programs include:
Meet a minimum 3.0 (or equivalent GPA).
Complete the application within the given time frame.
Be enrolled fulltime in a program for the fall term. Applicants in their final undergraduate year must have been accepted to attend a full-time graduate program in the next academic year to qualify for a scholarship.
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.
Graduate StudentsThe Ron Ruddle Scholarship is limited to Graduate Students. Student applicants will be reviewed by Foseco to determine the students whose work most closely follows Ron Ruddle's career. The scholarship will be awarded at the annual FEF College Industry Conference. Ron Ruddle was a prolific writer and speaker, known for his expertise on the solidification, gating, and risering of castings. He wrote more than fifty papers and several books and was a frequent speaker to foundry groups. Requirements Must be North American citizen or permanent resident Provide a one page or less, biographical sketch of your research Education FEF Registered Graduate Student Key Professor FEF Key Professors are encouraged to supply their own additional information on each student that applies for this Scholarship.
The Wayne Kay Scholarship Fund will provide a pool of $32,000 for fellowship awards for: -students and Teacher's Assistants in a graduate program for a Master's or Doctorate dregree in Manufacturing Engineering or Industrial Engineering, -faculty pursuing a Doctorate degree in Manufacturing Engineering. A. Fellowship applicants must be full-time students and accepted in a graduate program for manufacturing engineering or industrial engineering. B. Fellowship awards are made only to those students who have proven scholastic ability, exemplary character and leadership capability, and who have demonstrated their potential for future leadership in the profession. C. Graduate fellowship applicants must possess an overall minimum grade point average of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale. D. Need is a consideration in awarding fellowships only when two or more applicants have equal qualifications. Additionally, the following items apply to each and every scholarship/fellowship program and are used by the review committee for evaluation: 1. Students from an Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology/Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (ABET/CEAB) accredited program in Manufacturing Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering Technology, or specifically stated programs are ordinarily given preference over those from 1) non-accredited programs or 2) those from other disciplines. 2. Students enrolled in industrial technology, industrial technical education, engineering management, manufacturing management, or who are in technician or machine operator programs are virtually always rejected unless stated in the individual announcement.
Technology Studies scholarships are awarded to students majoring in Technology Education or Industrial Technology. These awards are for incoming freshmen only.
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