Grants are sums of money given to help further the goals of small businesses or individuals. They can be awarded by government entities or private businesses. Unlike a loan, grants do not need to be repaid.
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Burg-Coleman Iowa State 77 ACI Fellowship: Awarded to graduate students studying an advanced degree in civil engineering with a focus on concrete structures or materials.
The Michigan Competitive Scholarship is available to undergraduate students pursuing their first degree and is based on both financial need and merit. To be considered, a student must take the SAT (Class of 2017 and beyond) prior to entering college and achieve a qualifying score of at least 1200.
The Pipeline for Paraeducators Conditional Scholarship is designed to support paraeducators and Recruiting Washington Teachers alumni who wish to become teachers by providing financial aid for the completion of an Associate of Arts degree. Participants are eligible to receive a Pipeline for Paraeducators Conditional Scholarship for up to four academic years. Scholarship award amounts may vary depending upon financial need and funds available.
Through the generosity of Frank William Miller and Dorothy Given Miller, a scholarship fund was established in 1993. Frank Miller, P.E., ASME Fellow, Life Member, was vice-president 1951-1952. Dorothy Miller, Life Member, served the ASME Auxiliary as President 1951-52.
Student needs to be a graduating high school senior who intends to pursue an engineering degree or STEM-related studies. Planning to enroll full-time in an ABET- accredited or substantially equivalent mechanical engineering or mechanical engineering technology program, no later than the fall after your senior year in high school.
This scholarship will be awarded to women in engineering from historically marginalized groups. Preference given to African-American, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian-American and Latinx women. For study in the sophomore, junior, senior year, or graduate study.
The Scholarship was established in 2019 to memorialize Mary Drouin and her four decades of outstanding contributions in the development of probabilistic risk assessment (PRA) methods and consensus engineering standards as applied to ensure safe, effective operation of nuclear power plants worldwide. She was also recognized for her dedicated efforts in contributing to the promotion and global use of these standards by government agencies, industry and academia for current and advanced reactors.
This scholarship was made possible by the ASME Auxiliary to honor Irma and Robert Bennett who were active members of the ASME Auxiliary. For study in the final year of undergraduate study, so a student will apply in their junior year; five-year students must apply in their fourth year.
This scholarship was made possible by the ASME Auxiliary to honor Allen J. Baldwin who was an active member of the ASME Auxiliary's Minnesota Section. For study in the final year of undergraduate study, so a student will apply in their junior year; five-year students must apply in their fourth year.
To create an ongoing remembrance of the April, 2007 tragedy at Virginia Tech, an endowed memorial scholarship for VT College of Engineering Graduate Students is funded by gifts of all sizes from all parts of ASME including the ASME Board of Governors, Divisions, Institutes, Sections, ASME members, staff and friends.
The Petroleum Division Scholarship was established in 2019 through the generous ongoing contributions of the ASME Petroleum Division. It is the culmination of a long history of scholarships for this very active ASME Division with a goal of helping students reach their academic goals.
Artist Development Grants support Vermont artists at all stages of their careers. Grants can fund activities that enhance mastery of an artist’s craft or skills or that increase the viability of an artist's business. Funding may also support aspects of the creation of new work when the activity allows the grantee to accept a rare and important opportunity.
The program funds the work of Ontario-based Indigenous curators and curators who are people of colour. It aims to increase the ability of Ontario public galleries, artist-run centres and other organizations to present projects by Indigenous curators and curators who are people of colour in contexts determined by the participants.
Catalyst Grants are designed to help support new or emerging projects and opportunities that are not included in other grant applications. Catalyst Grants assist individual artists and/or arts organization with projects of artistic and/or cultural merit whose primary purpose is to encourage creative expression, stimulate understanding and appreciation of the arts and humanities, and to encourage community support of the arts and humanities. Awards are made until the budget is depleted for the ye
The Visual Arts Fellowship recognizes Idaho artists whose work demonstrates a commitment to sustained exploration of their art form and engagement with contemporary practices. This category encompasses disciplines such as painting, sculpture, photography, ceramics, or other art forms that are primarily visual.
The Gilman-McCain Scholarship provides awards of $5,000 for child and spousal dependents of active or activated United States military personnel during the time of application (including Air Force, Air Force Reserve, Air National Guard, Coast Guard, Coast Guard Reserve, Marine Corps, Marine Corps Reserve, Navy, Navy Reserve, Space Force, NOAA Commissioned Corps, and USPHS Commissioned Corps) to study or intern abroad on credit-bearing programs.
If you’re already in college, you can still experience the benefits of joining Air Force ROTC. In addition to detachment-specific scholarship opportunities, freshman and sophomore students may be eligible for the In-College Scholarship Program (ICSP). The program awards scholarships based on merit during two selection phases (fall and spring semesters). Note: AFROTC scholarships do not cover room and board.
MONAT Gratitude is committed to ensuring children, families, and communities—regardless of race, nationality, or income—have the opportunity to thrive. Through MONAT Gratitude Grants, eligible registered nonprofit organizations working to enhance and enrich educational resources in the areas targeted by our pledge will have the opportunity to apply for grants to support their programs and services.
The Henry T. Nicholas, III Foundation was created in 2006 with the vision of enabling and assisting communities and individuals to reach their highest potential. The Foundation is dedicated to improving lives through investment in Education, Youth Sports, Technology, Science, Medical Research, Victim's Rights, and National Defense.
Cecil C (CC) Conner attended the IES Abroad Vienna program in the Spring of 1963 and continued to stay in Vienna to work as an IES Student Assistant for the 1963-64 academic year. A native of Greensboro, NC, Mr. Conner received his BA from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, and his LLB from Columbia University School of Law.