To assist promising students with the rising cost of higher education, American Galvanizers Associations is actively initiating an excellent program called “A Richard L. Brooks Memorial Scholarship Essay Contest”. To book your spot in this program, you should be full- or part-time undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in an accredited college or university in North America. You must be studying architecture, civil engineering, structural engineering, construction management, material science, or a related field. Every year, American Galvanizers Associations offers two scholarships to the winners of the contest. The scholarship contest strives to help students polish their writing skills and gain higher education in their chosen field.
The cost of pursuing a degree at a leading institution can be high and beyond the reach of many students who don’t belong to an affluent background. It is easy for no one to get into a college in the United States. College tuition, books and supplies, transportation and accommodation and so on, there are lots of expenses that a student has to pay for to continue their learning journey. These expenses increase the cost of college education for students, and there is no stop for such expenses until the students graduate. To lessen the financial struggles that students have to go through, American Galvanizers Associations has designed this program which not only provides the chance to students to showcase their writing talent but get needed fund for education. You can send your entry through the online portal of American Galvanizers Associations.
American Galvanizers Association (AGA) is a nonprofit organization operating its headquarters in Centennial, Colorado. It has the only motive of serving the need of specifiers, architects, engineers, contractors, fabricators, and after-fabrication hot-dip galvanizers throughout North America. It was formed in 1933, and since then, it has been providing useful information and dedicated to maintaining a large technical library, providing multimedia seminars, and offering a technical support line to assist specifiers.
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|Organization||American Galvanizers Associations|
|Educational Level||Undergraduate and graduate students|
|Subjects||Architecture, civil engineering, structural engineering, construction management, material science, or a related field|
|Number of Awards||2|
|Application Deadline||March 31, 2021|
Who May Be Eligible
Any full- or part-time undergraduate or graduate student of any age enrolled at an accredited college or university only in North America during the 2021-2022 school year can apply. High school students are not eligible to enter this contest. Qualifying majors include architecture, civil engineering, structural engineering, construction management, material science, or other related fields.
How to Apply
To apply for this program, candidates should go to the online portal of American Galvanizers Associations, where they will be presented with the entry form that must be filled with all accurate information. The authenticity of the information is the responsibility of candidates. Aspirants will receive an email confirmation that their entry has been received.
Candidates should compose and send an essay of least 1000 words but should not exceed 2000 words. The submission will be judged based on relevancy, accuracy, conciseness, and ingenuity. Please submit essays in English.
American Galvanizers Associations offers two scholarships each of $2,500. The scholarships will be paid directly to the winning student’s educational institution. These scholarships will help candidates pay for their educational expenses and advance their education without facing any hurdles. It will allow them to make more time for investing in studying rather than worrying.
Applications will due on March 31, 2021. To take part in this program, please send your entry by this date.