Orchard STEM Scholarship for Women of Color

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Orchard STEM Scholarship for Women of Color

Orchard is feeling honored to inform talented female students that they are now accepting applications for their Women of color in STEM Scholarship. As a part of Orchard’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion drives, one of its objectives is to encourage diversity inside our industry and to track down ways of having an effect outside of their association. Therefore, in view of that, Marry would like to help a woman of color in her interest to work or build a career in the STEM field. They are focused on giving $2,500 to qualified candidates hoping to enter the STEM field. This grant will help them in their quest for a STEM degree.

This grant is accessible to a female secondary school senior of color keen on seeking a STEM degree in school, or a female undergraduate college sophomore or junior of color as of now seeking a STEM degree. As for secondary school seniors, only current full-time understudies who took on a STEM class having a GPA of a minimum of 3.0 and interest in seeking a STEM degree in college are eligible. For undergrad understudies, full-time enlisted college sophomores or junior, having their major or degree program in STEM, a GPA of at minimum 3.0. The grant funds should be spent on instruction-related costs, like educational costs, charges, books, supplies, and materials needed for the understudies’ classes at their primary school or college.

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Brief Description

Below we have a brief description of the following scholarship:

OrganizationOrchard
Education LevelHigh school senior and undergraduate
SubjectsSTEM
Amount$2,500
Access ModeOnline
Number of Awards1
CityAny
NationalityDomestic
CountryUSA
Contest DeadlineApril 1, 2022
Application FeesNot required
RequirementsVaries

Who is Eligible?

This scholarship is available to either: a female high school senior of color interested in pursuing a STEM degree in college OR a female undergraduate college sophomore or junior of color currently pursuing a STEM degree.

For high school seniors:

  • Full-time current students enrolled in a STEM class
  • GPA of at least 3.0
  • Must provide a transcript
  • Interest in pursuing a STEM degree in college

For undergraduate college students:

  • Full-time enrolled college sophomore or junior
  • Declared major or degree program in STEM
  • GPA of at least 3.0
  • Must provide a transcript

How to Apply?

All eligible candidates can apply for this scholarship by submitting two short essays (300-500 words) addressing the following questions: 

  1. What inspired your interest in pursuing a STEM field?
  2. Explain how our scholarship will help in pursuing a career in a STEM-related field.

Please submit your application and supporting documents through this scholarship application form.

Benefits

The winner will be chosen on May 1, 2022, by the selection committee after going through all the qualified applications. The selected winner will be granted scholarship funds amounting to 2,500 USD, which she can use towards her education and tuition costs for pursuing a degree in the STEM field.

Application Deadline

Book your seat in this program by sending your application on or before April 1, 2022. Early entries are encouraged and will be given preference for the same. Please consider this date if you have found this program interesting and plan to participate in the same.

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