|Creative Masonry CT is offering a scholarship to students who are considering a career in construction, plumbing, carpentry, or other skilled trades.
Creative Masonry CT is offering this scholarship to students in the United States who write an essay focusing on their career goals. This can be focused on what inspired them to pursue a career in your target field, a story about a past project, or any other hands-on experience.
Deadline to Apply
This is an ongoing yearly scholarship. The deadline is Dec 1st of every year
More information: https://creativemasonryct.com/creative-masonry-ct-scholarship/
Four scholarship categories are available:
- 1. Undergraduate engineering scholarship
- 2. Graduate engineering scholarship
- 3. Max Zar Scholarship, awarded to an outstanding student pursuing his or her engineering studies in the State of Illinois
- 4. Rubinos-Mesia Scholarship, named for Teresa Mesia Rubinos and Jacinto Rubinos, awarded to an outstanding engineering student of Hispanic descent.
An individual can apply for multiple categories of scholarships. The undergraduate scholarship is intended for students who will be entering the third year or above of an undergraduate program during the 2019-2020 academic year. The graduate scholarship is intended for students who will be entering or continuing a graduate program during the 2019-2020 academic year. The Max Zar and Rubinos-Mesia Scholarships are open to undergraduate (entering the third year or above) and graduate students.
DUE APRIL 29th! Finish the application by this date to be considered for this scholarship, in this application below shows more information and is where you can apply.
BSCE and BSENVE majors: Apply now for 2019-2020 CEE scholarships!
Online applications are accepted between April 1 and May 1 (5pm). You will be considered for a variety of scholarships (based on various award criteria, such as financial need, academic merit, areas of engineering interest, leadership/service, and many other factors). The CEE Department endowments support dozens of students each year.
Continuing undergraduates who were awarded in current or previous years, or applied and were not funded previously, are encouraged to apply as there is increased funding available for students as they advance in academic standing. (Students who received renewable Student First scholarships should also submit applications for funding renewal.)
We hope to announce scholarship decisions (ideally) by end of spring quarter.
Please note: This scholarship application is not open to students seeking funding for graduate education in the 2019-2020 academic year. This is intended for continuing undergraduates.
The Carlson Center is currently accepting applications for the Carlson Student Leadership Award. This award recognizes civic leadership and public service engagement.
The award is open to students from all three campuses and is due on Monday, April 29. Please circulate widely within your networks!
Have you made a positive impact in your community? Apply for the Edward E. Carlson Student Leadership Award!
The UW’s Carlson Center is currently accepting applications for the Edward E. Carlson Student Leadership Award. Continue reading
MIEM Scholarship – Call for Applications 2019
The MIEM program, funded by the IDEX University of Paris (UP), aims to diversify internationally the Masters program and facilitate the participation of the most talented foreign students thus creating a pool of excellence of potential future doctoral candidates in line with the established research policy of the College of Doctoral Schools at UP. Through the MIEM program, UP has the opportunity and the means to train tomorrow top level-scientists.
WHICH MASTER PROGRAMS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR A MIEM SCHOLARSHIP?
26 scholarships will be proposed to students admitted to the second year of the following Master programs:
the following two master are eligible for our studies