Technology Scholarships

Author: Carla Abraham

1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (125 votes, average: 5.00 out of 5)
Loading...Loading...

Find your scholarships:

First 10 Technology scholarships:
The Alliance/Merck Ciencia (Science) Hispanic Scholars Program
 
Amount:
High School Seniors -- $42,500 Scholar Package. College STEM Majors -- $2,000 Scholarship.
Awards:
35
Deadline:
March 15
High School Seniors -- $42,500 Scholar Package. Promising Hispanic students attending high school in Brownsville, TX; Elizabeth, NJ; and Los Angeles, CA are invited to apply to become one of ten Alliance/Merck Ciencia Scholars that will be selected in the Spring. Scholars will receive up to $20,000 in scholarship (up to $5,000 each of four years of college) and up to $22,500 in summer internship stipends (up to $7,500 each of three summers). Scholars will also receive mentorship and professional development support to complete a Bachelor's degree in a STEM field and pursue a STEM career. College STEM Majors -- $2,000 Scholarship. Hispanic college students from all 50 states, the District of Columbia, U.S. territories and Puerto Rico pursuing a Bachelor's degree in a STEM field major are invited to apply for a $2,000 one-time scholarship of which 25 will be awarded in the Spring.
Contact:
National Alliance for Hispanic Health 1501 Sixteenth Street, NW Washington, DC 20036 202-387-5000 www.hispanichealth.org Url: www.alliancescholars.org/applications/
SOE G.I.R.L. Scholarship Program
 
Amount:
$10,000 plus paid internship
Awards:
1
Deadline:
March 29
Any individual who is currently enrolled at an accredited school in an undergraduate program related to video games, including programs related to video game art, design, animation, production, programming or visual effects, has an average GPA of 3.0 or higher (on a 4.0 scale), and will not graduate before the end of the 2015 spring term is eligible to enter. Only the original author who submitted the e-application and created the Submission may enter or win (in the event of a dispute as to authorship, Sponsor and Scholarship America reserve the right to disqualify any entry, any of the Semifinalists or Finalists, and Sponsor reserves the right to disqualify any winner; Sponsor's decisions are final). The Competition is open only to natural persons who are legal residents of the fifty (50) United States (including the District of Columbia) for the duration of the Competition. Void in Puerto Rico, Guam, all other U.S. and all foreign territories and possessions and wherever prohibited or restricted by law. The Competition may only be entered from and in eligible jurisdictions. Entrants must be eighteen (18) years of age or older at time of entry in order to participate. Employees, officers, directors, and agents of Scholarship America or Sponsor, its parent company, affiliates, subsidiaries, advertising, promotion, and fulfillment agencies, their immediate family members and persons living in their same household, are not eligible to participate in the Competition. All federal, state, and local laws and regulations apply.
Contact:
www.soe.com
The(ISC)² Foundation Information Security Women's Scholarship
 
Amount:
Up to $40,000
Awards:
2
Deadline:
March 31
Applicant must: Be pursuing a course of study and/or have a declared major with an information assurance (IA) concentration in one of the scientific, technical or managerial disciplines related to computer and network security. Undergraduate applicants: must have completed at least the first year of an undergraduate degree program by August of the calendar year in which scholarship funding will commence and be academically eligible to continue at their educational institution in pursuit of their degree. Their grade point average (GPA) must be at least a 3.2 on a 4.0 scale (or an analogous rank based on a comparable scale). Students seeking a two-year Associates Degree and part-time students seeking their degree at night also qualify. Graduate applicants: must be eligible to begin the first or second year of a Masters Degree program; pursue doctoral studies; or complete a graduate IA certificate program. GPA must be at least 3.5 on a 4.0 scale (or an analogous rank based on a comparable scale). Maintain their GPA level. Should the students GPA fall below the required level, the next scholarship payment will be held for one semester, providing the student the opportunity to raise their grades, at which time payment will be made to the school. Should the student fail to raise their grade, the remainder of the scholarship will be forfeited. Be enrolled at a regionally accredited non-profit college or university (or equivalent for non-US applicants). Undergraduates seeking a two-year Associates Degree, as well as part-time students qualify. Commit to and abide by the (ISC)² Code of Ethics.
Contact:
ISC)² Candidate Services 33920 US Hwy 19 N. Suite 205 Palm Harbor, Florida 34684 USA Ph: 1.866.331.ISC2 (4722) 1.727.785.0189 E-mail: scholarships@isc2.org Website: www.isc2.org
Erma Byrd Scholarship
 
Amount:
Up to $25,000
Awards:
110
Deadline:
April 25
The Erma Byrd Scholarship Program provides scholarships to individuals pursuing a course of study that will lead to a career in industrial health and safety occupations, including mine safety. Eligibility is limited to individuals who, at the time of application, are: enrolled or planning to enroll in an associate's, bachelor's, or graduate degree program at an accredited U.S. institution of higher education; within two years of completing a degree in an eligible field of study under the Erma Byrd Scholarship Program; a citizen, national, or permanent resident of the United States; and eligible to receive federal grants, loans, or work assistance pursuant to Section 484 of the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended.
Contact:
Lorece Stanton ermabyrdprogram@ed.gov (202) 502-7077 Mailing Address U. S. Department of Education, OPE Higher Education Programs, Student Service Erma Byrd Scholarship Program 1990 K Street, N. W., Room 6091 Washington, DC 20006-8524
Eaton Corporation Multicultural Scholarship Program
 
Amount:
$3000
Awards:
23
Deadline:
April 30
Applicants must be students who are authorized to work in the US without a visa sponsorship and plan to major in areas that could lead to a career in manufacturing. The applicant must submit a resume which highlights that the applicant is actively involved in leadership activities and submit one letter of recommendation from university/college faculty. The applicant must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and must submit a copy of their unofficial transcripts. Finally, the applicant must submit a personal statement (500-600 words) on the following topic: Explain the importance of diversity and inclusion at a global manufacturing company like Eaton, with multiple levels of employees and describe how leadership plays a vital role in sustaining diversity and inclusion. Applicants must be students pursuing a degree (with a minimum of one year completed) at the following institutions: California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo, Georgia Institute of Technology, Indiana University, Michigan State University, North Carolina State University, The Ohio State University, Purdue University, University of Michigan, University of Minnesota, University of Pittsburgh, University of South Carolina.
The CSB Giving Circle for African American Students
 
Amount:
Up to $5000 for educational expenses
Awards:
Varies
Deadline:
May 01
Open to African-American Baltimore City students. Applicants must have graduated from Baltimore Polytechnic Institute and must be majoring in engineering, the sciences, mathematics or technology. Preference will be given to African-American males who are attending public Maryland colleges or universities. You are, or have been accepted as, a full time student at any accredited college, university or vocational school in the United States. Minimum GPA of at least 2.0. Established permanent residency within the State of Maryland for at least one full year before entering a post-secondary program. Students who have established permanent residency within 200 miles of Baltimore, MD may be eligible for our interest-free loan program only. Adjusted gross income of less than $90,000. Parental income for single, graduate students will be evaluated on an individual basis.You have applied for Federal, State and school financial aid. You do not have to take an unsubsidized Federal Stafford Loan or a Parent-Plus loan to be eligible.You are a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
Contact:
Central Scholarship Bureau 1700 Reisterstown Road, Suite 220 Baltimore, MD 21208 Telephone: 410.415.5558 Facsimile: 410.415.5501 Email: contact@centralsb.org
The Binpress Scholarship for Open Source New!
 
Amount:
$500
Awards:
5
Deadline:
May 1
Applicant must demonstrate a commitment to the open source community. Major in computer science. Provide a link to your project on Github or Google Code. You must own or be an active contributor at an open-source project with 200 plus stars.
MIRANT/USHYEE Educational Grant
 
Amount:
$5000 ($1250 x 4)
Awards:
Varies
Deadline:
May 05
Applicants must be Maryland Hispanic high school students with a minimum 2.75 GPA who demonstrate a desire to pursue undergraduate study in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics related fields. The $5,000 scholarship is dispersed to the student in four annual $1,250 increments. Preference for USHYEE scholarship recipients are selected from a Maryland students who attend USHYEE programs and that are nominated by adults directly involved in the student's life. They are chosen based on their outstanding academic performance, leadership, and activities in the classroom and the community.
Contact:
U. S. Hispanic Youth Entrepreneur Education 601 Alluvion Street Baltimore, Maryland 21230 O (443) 552-0088 F (866) 405-7657 info@ushyee.org As of November 1st, Our New Phone # is 888 800 9779 website: ww.ushyee.org
The Development Fund for Black Students in Science and Technology (DFBSST) Scholarships
 
Amount:
Up to $2000 x 4 years
Awards:
Varies
Deadline:
Jun 30
* African-American, undergraduate student majoring (or intending to major) in a technical field of study (i.e., engineering, math, science, etc.), * Be enrolled (or identify his or her intention to enroll) at a participating predominantly Black college or university, and * Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
Contact:
DFBSST 2705 Bladensburg Road, NE Washington, DC 20018 Tel: (202) 635-3604 E-mail: dfbsst_info@dlhjr.com Url: dfbsst.dlhjr.com/dfb_con.html
MAES Scholarships
 
Amount:
Up to $4000
Awards:
Several
Deadline:
September 19
The purpose of the MAES Scholarship Program is to increase the number of Hispanic students completing their higher education goals. Student Excellence Scholarships are available on a competitive basis to MAES student members in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. The scholarship applicants are selected on the basis of academic achievement, financial need, leadership, community service, personal qualities, and completeness of application. Must be a Student member. Must be ages 18 or older. Must be pursuing a STEM major. Must meet enrollment and GPA requirements.
Contact:
2437 Bay Area Blvd., #100 Houston, TX 77058 USA Phone: (281) 557-3677 Fax: (281) 715-5100 Email: questions@mymaes.org Web: mymaes.org