CEJC/Bill Dull Scholarships – For Graduating Seniors

04/27/2018 All Day
Lowcountry STEM Collaborative



Scholarship Applicant’s must: 1) Be a citizen of the United States 2) Be a graduating high school senior 3) Be able to provide proof of acceptance into an engineering or technology curriculum at an accredited institution for higher learning. (This is NOT limited to 4 year programs of study and does include associate degree programs. e.g., Acceptance into Trident Technical College in one of their technology programs is valid.) 4) Have a minimum
GPA of 3.0.

Submission Requirements

Eligible participants will be required to:

  1. Write and submit an essay utilizing one of the following topics; “Why I want to further my education in technology or engineering?” or “How I can make a difference through technology or engineering?” Essays should be no more than two pages in length. They must be typed in 12 point font and double-spaced.
  2. Submit a package documenting an engineering design or engineering research performed as a result of a pre-engineering (high school) program, or work experience. Packages are to document the design and research process which includes design/research progress (i.e.,
    initial designs and/or test methods as well as their evolution and evaluation), show and detail analytical methods employed, provide an overview of what was learned from the work, and a conclusion indicating how the project went and what, if anything, could be
    improved upon. 3) Copy of student transcript 4) Letter of sponsorship from an academic professional that addresses the students STEM related qualification, technical acumen and potential for success in a STEM related field.

Submit your completed scholarship package to:

Charleston Engineers Joint Council
PO Box 61504 N. Charleston, SC 29419
Attn: CEJC Scholarship Committee

Please direct any questions with regards to scholarship requirements or submissions to: Dick Tiano dick.tiano@ati.org 843-509-6010

For more information please visit charlestonejc.org/scholarships

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