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SWE Scholarships By Section

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A number of SWE Sections offer scholarship assistance to female students on a local level. If you reside or attend school within the geographical areas covered by these Sections, you may be eligible for additional scholarship assistance. Contact these Sections directly for detailed information and application forms. Scholarships are listed by state. If you are interested in scholarships offered in a particular state, click on the state code below. If a state is not listed, there are no applicable scholarships available.

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The Dallas Section of the Society of Women Engineers offers scholarships to graduating seniors from area high schools who will be majoring in Engineering and to SWE collegiate section members who have demonstrated leadership skills. Scholarships for high school seniors are awarded based on academic excellence and need. The Annie Colaco Collegiate Scholarship is named in honor of Annie Colaco (1899 - 1991) who epitomized selfless service and lifelong learning.

Completed applications and supporting documentation must be received by April 15. Recipients will be notified by May 15.  

For more information and to apply, please visit the the Dallas SWE website.

The Society of Women Engineers Houston - Area Section (SWE-HA) would like to invite middle school, high school and junior college transfer students to participate in our section’s Career Guidance activities.  The activities refers to scholarships, camperships and awards that are offered by SWE-HA.  All of these activities are intended to encourage young women to select careers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics).  Activity descriptions and applications are available at www.swehouston.org under “Resources” page. Application forms are available under the “Scholarships” and “Awards” tabs. Direct online links for our scholarships, camperships and awards are as follows:

Scholarships and Camperships

Certificate of Merit and Achievement

For questions, please contact our section Scholarship Chair.

Contact:
Chiao-ih Hui
gslswe@yahoo.com    
www.gslswe.org

Approximately 14 scholarships ranging from $500 - $1,000 are awarded to entering freshmen, sophomores, junior, senior, and graduate students in the college of engineering.

Each year the Greater Salt Lake section awards scholarships to qualified women high school graduates, college undergraduates, graduates, and reentry students.  Scholarships are awarded primarily on the basis of scholastic achievement with need taken into consideration.  To qualify, scholarship applicants must meet the following requirements:

  1. Plan to attend the following universities full time for both semesters the coming year

    • Brigham Young University
    • University of Utah
    • Utah State University
    • Weber State University 
  2. Applicants must major or plan to major, in the case of freshman applicants, in engineering

  3. Applicants must be SWE members

  4. Applicants must have a recommendation letter from a professional SWE member

The Celeste Belcastro Scholarship:
 
The Hampton Roads Section of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) will award one $1000 scholarship each Fall to a qualified and deserving undergraduate female engineering student.

Each applicant must be a full – time undergraduate female student currently attending a college, university, or community college, in good standing in an accredited engineering curriculum leading to an undergraduate engineering degree, and must be a U.S.citizen or permanent resident. Students receiving tuition reimbursement from their employers are not eligible for scholarships. Applicants receiving other scholarships may apply. Each applicantmust submit an application package on or before June 1st 2013.

A complete application package must be submitted in one package containing all of the following:

  1. Application Form  
  2. Transcript  
  3. Applicant’s Essay (250 words) stating why the applicant should be considered for this scholarship.
  4. Academic Letter of Reference  
  5. Employer/Personal Letter of Reference (non relative)


For an application packet, please visit the Hampton Roads Section website.

One scholarship at $1,000

Contact:
swe.richmond@gmail.com
SWE Richmond Section Scholarship

The basic eligibility requirements of the applicant are as follows:

  1. The applicant must be a Richmond area woman entering her first year of an ABET accredited college/university. 

  2. The applicant must accept the scholarship towards studies leading to a Bachelor’s degree in engineering or computer science..

  3. The applicant must be a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident.

  4. Complete and email all required documents by the March 1, 2016 deadline.

  5. If selected as a scholarship recipient, the applicant must be able to provide proof of enrollment.

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