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Here are some of the Manufacturing scholarships on our site for which you may qualify.

Western Union Foundation Global Scholarship Program

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. Please contact wufoundation@iie.org with any questions.

David and Barbara Kruse Paw Paw High School Scholarship

This scholarship was established by Barbara Kruse and the late David Kruse to provide meaningful financial support to Paw Paw High School graduating seniors or graduates of Paw Paw High School, who are planning to pursue training in technical fields. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA Graduating high school senior or graduate of Paw Paw High School. Enrolled or planning to enroll full or part time in a technical school trade school or community college. Enrolled in a course of study that will lead to a career in the field of technology (e.g. auto technician, graphic design, information or manufacturing technology). Must have a minimum 2.0 GPA extracurricular or community volunteer activities and work experience.

AFS WI Past President Schoarship

FEFs screening of award candidates for final approval by the AFS Wisconsin Chapter will be based on the following criteria having three major categories each having equal weight. Within each category, the criteria is listed in descending order Residency: * Resident in AFS Wisconsin Chapter area * Resident of Wisconsin outside Chapter area * Resident of a state adjacent to Wisconsin * Residency other than above Education: * Attending an FEF school * Attending a Wisconsin school * Attending a school in an adjacent state Preferences: * Preference will be given to students who are pursuing programs deemed most useful to the cast metal industry. * Preference will be given to students with best scholastic records. Work Experience: * Currently in Co-op program involving the cast metal industry * Work experience in the cast metal industry * Any manufacturing work experience * Any work experience.

HSF/General Motors Scholarship Program

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).

Dennis J. Beck Memorial Scholarship

Established by the family and friends of Dennis J. Beck, this scholarship honors his belief that a young person's character, when supported through education, is the foundation of the future.This scholarship is non-renewable. Eligibility Requirements:• Graduating high school senior• Ethnic Minority (non-Caucasian)• Demonstrate personal responsibility through work, community or family activities• Open to any field of study, with special consideration given to manufacturing (including any discipline used in direct support of operating a manufacturing facility)Scholarship Award:Up to $1,000Scholarship Use:Tuition, books, fees, or other academic related costs

Wayne Kay Scholarship Award

A. Scholarship applicants must be full-time students enrolled in a degree program in manufacturing engineering or manufacturing engineering technology. B. Scholarship applicants must have completed a minimum of 30 college credit hours and be seeking a career in manufacturing engineering or manufacturing engineering technology. (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. 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.

Materials Processing & Manufacturing Division 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. Judging Criteria: Scholarship recipients are chosen by specially appointed selection committees. The following judging criteria are employed: Relevance of Coursework/Experience to division's focus Scholarship Application Academic Achievement Activities in and out of School, Including Work Experience Leadership Personal Profile Statement Letters of Recommendation

NADCA Indiana Chapter 25 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.

Asian Pacific Community Fund - Verizon Scholarship Awards Program

The Asian Pacific Community Fund partners with Verizon to financially assist students in their pursuit of higher education as they face the challenge of significantly rising costs of obtaining a college degree. These awards will support those who excel academically, are leaders amongst their peers and are making a positive impact in their communities. Eligibility: Students who are residents of California, Oregon or Washington OR students attending college in one of those states High School Senior who plan to enroll as a 1st year college student in a U.S. accredited 4-year college or university as a full-time, degree-seeking student majoring in math, engineering, or a science (Please check website for complete listing of majors eligible for this scholarship) Have a minimum cumulative unweighted high school GPA of 3.0

NADCA Indiana Chapter 25 Scholarship

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 IndianaEducation 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 IndianaPreferences 1. Given to candidates pursuing programs deemed most useful to the die casting industry 2. Given to candidates with the best scholastic recordWork 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 experienceRelationships 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

Clinton Helton Special Manufacturing Scholarship

Scholarship applicants must be full-time undergraduate students enrolled in a degree program in manufacturing engineering or technology at one of the following approved Colorado institutions: Colorado State University, University of Colorado - all campuses. Scholarship applicants must have completed a minimum of 30 college credit hours and seeking a career in manufacturing engineering or manufacturing engineering technology. (Graduate students will not be eligible for this scholarship.) Scholarship applicants must possess an overall minimum grade point average of 3.3 on a 4.0 scale. Students may submit a scholarship application in succeeding years. Need is not a consideration in awarding scholarships except when two or more applicants have equal qualifications.

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