ACEC/MA Education Corporation Scholarship - Due February 3, 2017

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ACEC/MA Education Corporation Scholarship Applications -

Due February 3, 2017

 

ACEC/MA Education Corporation Presidents’ Scholarship Application

 

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The ACEC/MA Education Corporation (ACEC/MA EC) created the Presidents’ Scholarship to help celebrate ACEC/MA's 50th anniversary by giving back to our community. The Presidents’ Scholarship is a tribute to the outstanding leaders whose stewardship has successfully guided five decades of accomplishment. The 2017 scholarship is $5,000 and will be presented at the ACEC/MA Engineering Excellence and Awards Gala on March 15, 2017 at The Royal Sonesta, Cambridge, MA. 

 

Scholarship applications are due February 3, 2017. The scholarship is being provided by the American Council of Engineering Companies of Massachusetts Education Corporation.

 

Minimum criteria for selection:

1. Students must be entering their junior, senior, fifth, or master’s degree year, in the fall of 2017 in an ABET* accredited engineering or land surveying program to qualify. ABET accreditation of engineering programs for scholarship applicants must conform to the following to the particular degree the student is pursuing:

Bachelor’s Degree: Student must be in an ABET-accredited engineering program.
Master’s Degree: Student must either be in an ABET-accredited Master of Science (MS) engineering program, or have a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree from an ABET-accredited engineering program.

 

2. Grade Point Average of 3.0 or higher

3. US citizen

4. Currently attending a college/university in Massachusetts and/or previously graduated from a high school in Massachusetts.

 

The ACEC/MA Education Corporation Scholarship winner's application will be forwarded to ACEC in Washington, DC as our nominee for a national scholarship.

 

*For a list of ABET, Inc.’s (ABET) accredited engineering programs, visit ABET’s website

 

 
 
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