Association of Federal Communications Consulting Engineers (AFCCE) has brought very exciting scholarship opportunities in the field of telecommunications. The award amount ranges from $500 to $2,500 and this amount will be provided to candidates per semester depending upon the qualifications of the aspirants as well as their demonstrated interest in developing a career in telecommunications consulting engineering or related fields. These scholarships will provide required financial support to those students who are enrolled in full-time undergraduate or graduate programs at an accredited college or university with a major in engineering or science and related to the telecommunications field. Only junior/senior students and graduate students can take part. Application for these programs will be accepted until October 31 for the Spring semester and May 31 for the Fall semester.
Applications received after these dates might be considered for the next round of the scholarships that will open next year. The telecommunications industry is considered one of the growing industries out there. In today’s time where gadgets like mobile phones have become a crucial part of everyone’s life, the telecommunications industry is witnessing success. Youth seems to be interested in working in this field and show their talent and to give them motivational push, AFCCE has launched these funding opportunities. It is not easy for a person who belongs to a poor background to pursue higher education at an accredited college. And when it comes to studying science, engineering, or any field related to telecommunication, the cost of education and expenses get double for students. These AFCCE Awards are here to make such students’ learning journey free of hassles and help them make the most of it.
Association of Federal Communications Consulting Engineers in short AFCCE was started in 1948 as a professional association of communication engineers. The membership of this organization is available for technical personnel and to other professionals sharing an interest in communications engineering. The primary responsibilities of this organization are to assist and promote the proper federal administration and regulation of those engineering and technical phases of communications that are regulated by the Federal Communications Commission.
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|Organization||Association of Federal Communications Consulting Engineers|
|Educational Level||Junior, senior, and graduate|
|Subjects||Engineering or science and related to the telecommunications field|
|Amount||$500 to $2,500|
|Number of Awards||N/A|
|Application Deadline||October 31 and May 31 every year|
|Requirements||Personal statement, PDF or scan application, statement, and transcript|
Who is Eligible?
Students who are undertaking a full-time undergraduate or graduate program at an accredited college or university with a major in engineering or science and related to the telecommunications field can send their application for this program. Only Junior/Senior students and graduate students are eligible.
How to Apply?
Candidates need to follow the given steps in order to start their application process:
- Fill out application form completely
- Optionally, obtain an AFCCE (or IEEE BTS, if you are applying only for the Jules Cohen Memorial Scholarship) sponsor
- Prepare your personal statement
- PDF or scan application, statement, and transcript (including classes for semester being applied for)
Aspirants can send the documents given above by the due date to: email@example.com.
The award amount ranges from $500 to $2,500 and will be granted per semester depending upon the qualifications of the candidate as well as the candidate’s demonstrated interest in pursuing a career in telecommunications consulting engineering or related fields.
Applications will be accepted until October 31 for the Spring semester and until May 31 for the Fall semester.