NACME is providing students with considerable support in completing their education with the help of scholarships. NACME is responsible for approximately $3million in scholarships awarded annually to underrepresented minority students. NACME is happily introducing its administrated scholarships to the students. To be eligible for any of the NACME administrated scholarships, students must either be high school seniors applying to an engineering or computer science program at a NACME partner institution or be currently enrolled in engineering or computer science program at a NACME Partner Institution. Candidates should be United States citizens or permanent residents.
The mission of these scholarships is to increase the representation of Black or African American, Latinx / Hispanic American and Native or American Indian in the field of engineering and computer science. NACME supports approximately 1000 underrepresented minority engineering and computer students annually. The firm aims to expand the field of engineering and computer science by providing talented students having core knowledge in the same. The NACME has partnered with a number of institutes to reach maximum students and provide them needed help.
National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering work for the things depends on the generous sponsorship of companies across America. Each donation or sponsorship received by NACME translates into increased scholarships, research, and student engineering internships. NACME is the largest provider of college scholarships for underrepresented minorities pursuing degrees at schools of engineering. Their mission is to enrich society with an American workforce that champions diversity in STEM by increasing the number of underrepresented minorities in engineering.
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Who May Be Eligible?
Are you wondering if you are eligible? Eligibility requirements for each of the scholarships differ while some of the mandatory criteria to be eligible for the program are given below:
- The student must be a high school senior applying to an engineering or computer science program at a NACME partner institution or be currently matriculating in an engineering or computer science program at a NACME Partner Institution.
- A student must be a United States citizen or permanent resident and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0
How to Apply
Few of the Scholarship programs required applications while some consider students based on the materials and details they provide through an email. All the programs have their own application process. Students need to ensure that they send all the details and follow all the guidelines set by the institute for being considered for the program. All the applications or the materials should be submitted before the deadline as late applications will be rejected.
Materials to verify eligibility.
Benefits of all the scholarships differ as follows:
Bridge: $2500 annually.
Air products: $5000
Bechtel undergraduate and women’s scholarships: $2500
Sydney and Katherine Friend: $2500
Hearst Family: $2500
Philip D. Reed Endowment Fellowship: $5000
Deadlines of all the scholarships differ.