American Indian Graduate Center is honored to offer AIGC SPEEA Aerospace Career Enhancement (ACE) Scholarship in partnership with the Society of Professional Engineering Employees in Aerospace (SPEEA) for the spring 2022 term. All American students attending public or private institutions in Washington and pursuing degrees in engineering courses and high-demand degrees that support the industry are eligible to apply. This program is organized for the welfare of students.
This scholarship program will award $5,000 scholarships to students seeking an associate, bachelor’s, or graduate degree. This opportunity is a need-based program and does require students to show unmet financial need and a 3.0 (unweighted) or higher cumulative GPA. Applicants with dependent children may qualify for financial support of up to a $5,000 grant through the SPEEA-ACE program to assist in covering the cost of childcare.
American Indian Graduate Center has been running for the last 50 years. It provides financial support for American Indians and Alaska Natives seeking higher education and supports them in attaining undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees. This organization has been providing and administering scholarships to Native students in the U.S. since 1969. The primary vision of this association is to continue being a premier national resource in funding and empowering the next generation of Native students across all sectors by meeting the unmet need of every American student.
To get quick information regarding the program, please check out the table below:
|Organization||American Indian Graduate Center|
|Education level||Graduate or undergraduate students|
|Number of awards||N/A|
|Application deadline||November 30, 2021|
|Requirement||Financial Needs form and application foam|
Who is Eligible?
- Students should be enrolled in or a descendant from a state or federally recognized Native American Tribe. Documentation of Tribal eligibility is required (TEC Form);
- Students must complete FAFSA and provide documentation by submitting a Financial Needs Form (FNF), and must have an unmet financial need;
- Students must be enrolled full time in educational institutions within Washington State’s public higher education systems at the Associate, Bachelor’s, Master’s, or Doctorate level;
- Students must be planning to enter a professional or technical career in the aerospace industry upon graduation;
- Students should have declared a major in engineering courses and other high-demand degrees that support professional and technical careers in the aerospace industry;
- The application will require one academic reference and one community reference;
- Students should behave a 3.0 or higher cumulative GPA.
How to Apply?
Students can apply for this scholarship program online with the attachment of all supporting documents. Supporting documents should be approved by the state government.
- Financial Needs form
- Application form
After all the submissions, the most talented candidate with the best application is announced as the winner, and if you win this program, you get a $5000 cash prize. This cash prize will help you to continue your study in the best way.
Entries open till November 30, 2021, at 11:59 PM MST (Midnight). There is no time for thinking, so go on apply now and give your career a fantastic opportunity.