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AP/ACT/SAT Reimbursement Award 2019

Criteria:

  • GPA Requirement: 1.0 or higher
  • Majors: Engineering, Computer Science, Aerospace Engineering, Agricultural Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Industrial/Systems Engineering, Marine Engineering, Materials Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Mining Engineering, Petroleum Engineering
  • Regions: 1-6
  • Classification: Grade 9, 10, 11, 12, or 1st Year Undergraduate program
  • Residency Status: US Citizen, Permanent Resident, Non US Resident
  • Deadline: June 30, 2019

NSBE Jr. Bridge Scholarship 2019

Criteria:

  • GPA Requirement: 2.5 or higher
  • Majors: Engineering, Computer Science, Aerospace Engineering, Agricultural Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Industrial/Systems Engineering, Marine Engineering, Materials Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Mining Engineering, Other Engineering, Petroleum Engineering
  • Regions: 1-6
  • Classification: Grade 12 or 1st Year Undergraduate program
  • Residency Status: US Citizen, Permanent Resident
  • Deadline: June 20, 2019

GRE Registration Reimbursement Scholarship 2019

The goal of this scholarship is to cover registration costs of members that are taking the GRE in order to apply to a graduate program. We encourage members to apply to graduate school but know it can be expensive to do so. This scholarship will reimburse members for the $205 GRE registration fee.

Criteria:

  • GPA Requirement: 3.0 or higher
  • Majors: All Majors
  • Regions: 1-6
  • Classification: Undergraduate Freshman, Undergraduate Sophomore, Undergraduate Junior, Undergraduate Senior, Graduate Students
  • Residency Status: U. S. Citizen, Permanent Resident, Non-US Resident
  • Number of Awards: 10
  • Award Amount: $205
  • Deadline: June 30, 2019

Chevron Corporate Scholarship 2019

Criteria:

  • GPA Requirement: 3.0 or higher
  • Majors: Petroleum Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science
  • Regions: 1-6
  • Classification: Undergraduate year 1, 2, or 3, 12th grade
  • Residency Status: US Citizen, Permanent Resident
  • Deadline: June 30, 2019

Charlotte Clarke Hill Scholarship of Perseverance 2019

A 4-6 year renewable scholarship to an African American young woman of color pursuing Bachelors in any field of Engineering. It is designed for a student who has a 2.4 to a 3.0 GPA. This is renewable each year until the bachelors is received. It will come with mentoring support, membership in the local Student NSBE chapter (if it is close to the student for active participation) and support in resume writing, LinkedIn creation and interviewing skills with the goal of securing meaningful engineering summer internships positions and a position upon graduation.

Criteria:

  • GPA Requirement: 2.4 or higher
  • Majors: All Majors
  • Regions: 1-6
  • Classification: Undergraduate Freshman, Undergraduate Sophomore, Undergraduate Junior, Undergraduate Senior, Graduate Students
  • Residency Status: U. S. Citizen
  • Number of Awards: 1
  • Award Amount: $2,500
  • Deadline: June 30, 2019

Uber Advanced Technologies Group Scholarship

Criteria:

  • GPA Requirement: 3.0 or higher
  • Majors:  Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Engineering
  • Classification: Undergraduate Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Grad Students
  • Residency Status: U. S. Citizen, Permanent Resident, Non- U.S. Citizen
  • Number of Awards: 4
  • Award Amount: $5,000
  • Deadline: June 30, 2019



Cummins-NSBE Integrated Pipeline

Cummins-NSBE Integrated Pipeline Program

The Cummins-NSBE Integrated Pipeline Program (IPP) offers academic, financial and career development support to engineering students beginning in their sophomore year who are NSBE members. This innovative program is funded by a five-year grant from Cummins, Inc. and was created as part of the company’s US Diversity Initiative. The Cummins-NSBE Integrated Pipeline Program will increase the pool of diverse engineering talent entering the U.S. industrial workforce.

The program includes scholarship grants, professional development activities, mentorship, internships, retention activities, and engagement with NSBE chapters. Scholarship recipients accepted into the program will each be awarded a total of $15,000 during their junior and senior years. Each scholar will be required to complete one summer internship assignment with Cummins, Inc. Select students may be offered return internships with the company, based on their work performance. Each Cummins-NSBE scholar will also be assigned a Cummins mentor who will support the scholar through his or her tenure in the program and over the course of the Cummins, Inc. internship assignment.

Cohorts of five students each will be selected from Howard University and Purdue University this year. The Cummins-NSBE IPP will expand to a third institution in future application cycles.


Scholarship Criteria

  • Must be a NSBE member to qualify
  • GPA Requirement: 3.00 or above
  • Majors: Chemical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Industrial/Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Software Engineering
    [Includes Mechanical Engineering Technology, Electrical Engineering Technology, and Industrial Engineering Technology for Purdue Applicants(only)]
  • NSBE Regions Participating: Region II (Howard University) and Region IV (Purdue University)
  • Classification: Undergraduate Sophomore
  • Residency Status: U.S. Citizen, Permanent U.S. Resident or Non-U.S. Citizen
  • Award Amount: $15,000 (in installments of $3,750 per semester)
  • Number of Awards: 10 (five students each from Howard and Purdue Universities)
  • Extended Deadline for Application: Feb. 22, 2019

Company Profile

Known for its versatile diesel engines and generator products, Cummins is a high-technology power provider that develops industry-leading power solutions. Through innovative technology and new initiatives, Cummins makes an impact on the world. The company develops its products with environmental sustainability in mind. The company’s core values of integrity, caring, excellence, diversity and inclusion, and teamwork are central to the company’s culture and operations. For more information on Cummins Careers, visit their website here.




How to Verify Your GPA

Collegiate Members will self - report their GPA on their profile and chapter advisors will approve it through the Educational Institution Portal in NSBEConnect. Please speak with your chapter advisor if they are not registered for access to the portal and ask them to complete this form. WHQ will no longer accept transcripts and members must work with their advisor to confirm their GPA in the Educational Institution Portal. If your chapter does not have an advisor, please complete this form GPA Collection Form and e-mail it to scholarships@nsbe.org. This form MUST be signed by the Office of Registrar or a University Official.

NSBE Jr. Members will submit their GPA using this GPA Collection Form. A counselor or school registrar MUST sign this form, please email all signed forms to scholarships@nsbe.org.

Forms can be downloaded from: https://connect.nsbe.org/Scholarships/ScholarshipList.aspx

Academic Pyramid of Excellence (APEx)

To become an APEx member, you must have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 or higher. GPA's are measured on a 4.0 grading scale.

There are three APEx Levels:

  • APEx Honors: 3.6 - 4.0
  • APEx Torchbearer: 3.2 - 3.5
  • APEx Excel: 3.0- 3.1

Benefits of being an APEx member

  • National Convention and Fall Regional Conference discounts
  • Early admittance onto Career Fair floor during National Convention
  • Grants entrance into special APEx events and receptions
  • Receives APEx Lapel Pin
Aaron Sean Kelley
Region 4
University of Louisville

Abena Otchere-Boateng
Region 3
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Abigeal Ilesanmi
Region 6
University of Idaho

Adedayo Adeiga
Region 5
Texas A & M University Kingsville

Adegbola Balogun
Region 5
Texas A&M University-Kingsville (TAMUK)

Akilah Kafele
Region 2
North Carolina A&T State University

Alanna Robinson
Region 2
Duke University

Alexandra Edlyn Philip
Region 5
Plano East Senior High

Alyssa Williams
Region 2
North Carolina A&T State University

Anaya B. Joynes
Region 2
Legacy Stem Project

Antonia Chin
Region 4
Kettering University

Antonio Goodman
Region 3
Florida State University

Ashley Valencia Medice
Region 5
University of Oklahoma

Ayodeji Avis Adeniran
Region 5
Texas A&M University-Kingsville

Brittney Nelson
Region 5
Texas A&M University

Brooklyn Harper
Region 3
Kennesaw State University

Cameron Owens
Region 4
Indiana Institute of Technology

Chiamaka Obianyor
Region 3
Georgia Institute Of Technology

Chiebuka Egwuonwu
Region 4
Purdue University

Chimezie Harrison Nwabugwu
Region 5
Texas A&M University Kingsville

Chinelo Ibekwe
Region 3
University of Mississippi

Christian Bernard Butler
Region 5
Northeastern University

Christopher Mahoney
Region 2
University of Pittsburgh

Christopher Roper
Region 3
Kennesaw State University

Cydney Christian
Region 2
Hampton University

Dan Bully II
Region 4
Purdue University

Daria Bentley
Region 5
Southern University and A&M College

Darria Marissa Carter
Region 5
Louisiana State University

Devon Jelani Woodfine
Region 6
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

Diael Simone Thomas
Region 5
The University of Texas at Austin

Donovan Eric Jamal White
Region 3
Morehouse

Dylan Mitchell
Region 3
University Of Kentucky

Emmanuel Ijezie
Region 6
University of Idaho

Epiphanie Tchakoumi
Region 5
Texas Tech University

Evelyn Thomas
Region 5
The University of Texas at Austin

Fodunbosade Ologunde
Region 2
University of Pittsburgh

Gary Stockard Jr.
Region 5
University Of Missouri - Columbia

Humayun Kabir
Region 6
University of Idaho

Ibeh Stephen Omodolor
Region 4
University of Toledo

Isaiah Burgess
Region 1
Stevens Institute Of Technology

Itohan Cathrine Agbonkina
Region 5
Texas A&M University-Kingsville

James Madison Dahn Tukpah
Region 1
Northeastern University

Janet Rene Canady
Region 2
University of Pittsburgh

Jasmin Sophia Delva
Region 4
Kettering University

Jayla Kiana Bradley
Region 3
University of Florida

Jaylin Horace McMillan
Region 5
Texas State University

Jenario Johnson
Region 3
Florida Polytechnic University

Jeremy Asomaning
Region 4
Purdue University

Jeremy Crosby
Region 2
Tri-County Jr. Chapter - Clemson, Sc

Jojo France-Mensah
Region 5
University of Texas at Austin

Jonielle McDonnough
Region 3
University of South Florida

Joseph Kelvin Egbosi
Region 5
Texas A&M University, Kingsville, Tx

Joshua Frenchwood
Region 5
University of Houston

Justice Nii-Ayitey
Region 6
University of Idaho

Kayla Singting Ho
Region 1
New York Institute of Technology

Kennedi Arianna-Reese Mitchell
Region 5
South Houston NSBE Jr Chapter

Lauren Oliver
Region 2
Nubian Village Academy NSBE Jr.

Lauryn Taylor
Region 5
Johnson High School

Logan Green
Region 3
University of Florida

Madison Harris
Region 2
Metro Warriors Stem

Magnifique Mukundwa
Region 1
Tufts University

Marika Erin McGhee
Region 4
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

Maurice Compton
Region 5
Univeristy of Dallas

Michael Jackson
Region 5
University of Houston

Mojeed Awonuga
Region 5
Texas A&M University - Kingsville

Monise M Harris
Region 3
University of South Florida

Morgan Ann Harris
Region 2
North Carolina A&T State University

Nazjae Lateef Hill
Region 2
North Carolina A&T State University

Nigel Davis
Region 3
University of Florida

Ogenna Esimai
Region 5
The University of Texas at Arlington

Oghogho Cynthia Omoragbon
Region 5
Texas A&M University, College Station

Ojo Olakunle Francis
Region 5
Tulane University

Olatunde Badmus
Region 5
Prairie View A & M University

Olufolahan Irene Ogidan
Region 6
University of Idaho

Olumide Mowanuolaoluwa Longe
Region 5
Prairie View A&M University

Oluwabukola Ruth Opatola
Region 6
University of Idaho

Osayuwamen A. Osagie
Region 6
University of Southern California

Paul Dania
Region 6
University of Idaho

Precious Jatau
Region 5
University of Oklahoma

Roderick Samuda
Region 1
University Of Connecticut

Rosebella Capio
Region 6
University of Idaho

Roshon Condell
Region 3
University of Florida

Sadie Randall
Region 5
Five Girls R.O.C.K. @ YWCPA, a LINKS-NSBE Jr. Chapter

Saheed Bayonle Adisa
Region 6
University of Idaho

Shannon Simpson
Region 3
University of Florida

Sidney Milan Cameron
Region 3
Florida State University

Stanley Celestin
Region 3
University of Florida

Suliyat Olagbenro
Region 4
University of Michigan - Ann Arbor

Sydnee Redana Ruff
Region 3
University of Tennessee Knoxville

Tamia Randolph
Region 1
Northeastern University

Tamuno-negiyeofori Warmate
Region 2
The Pennsylvania State University

Taylor Ashley Jackson
Region 2
Georgia Institute of Technology

Temidayo Jaiyeola
Region 4
University of Illinois at Chicago

Theron Frederick Lee Smith
Region 6
UC Irvine

Tyra Lynnette Pitts
Region 2
University of Pittsburgh

Uchechukwu Okechukwu Agwu
Region 6
Santa Clara University

Victor Chukwuka
Region 3
Georgia Institute of Technology

Victor Desnoyers
Region 2
Atkins Academic & Technology High

Vincent E Johns Jr.
Region 4
The Ohio State University

Wanjau Waithaka
Region 5
Texas A&M University Kingsville

Yunus Akintunde Akinola
Region 3
Florida State University

Kerry Wilson
NC A&T University

Applying for NSBE scholarships was a life saver for me. When I login to NSBE Connect I can easily see which ones I qualify for and the requirements I need to fulfill. Since receiving a scholarship through NSBE it has opened doors for me to network with others, travel and lifted a heavy financial burden off my family. I wouldn't be in as good of a position if it weren't for NSBE scholarships.

Raegan Brown
Spelman College

Applying for the NGF-NSBE Scholarship in particular was an extremely easy process with benefits that exceeded my expectations. I only had to have my GPA verified in my account, an updated resume and answer about 10 short answer questions about myself. The program has enriched my college experience by giving me the opportunity to grow as a business professional through careers services supposed and professional development webinars. I have been able to take the tools learned and apply them to many of my professional settings.

Andre Campbell
Howard University

Applying to NSBE scholarships is truly the easiest thing to do. They don't take long at all. You literally just provide basic information. Your GPA has to be verified, you have to provide some academic history and most likely answer a few essays questions and boom, and you are done. By applying to NSBE scholarships, I have been able to further my collegiate education without having to worry about how I'm going to pay back student loans after I graduate. Thank you, NSBE!

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