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NSBE Scholarships and Awards

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Bechtel Corporate Scholarship

Today, five generations of family leadership later, Bechtel is a trusted engineering, construction and project management partner to industry and government. Since 1898, we have helped customers complete more than 25,000 projects in 160 countries on all seven continents that have created jobs, grown economies, improved the resiliency of the world's infrastructure, increased access to energy, resources, and vital services, and made the world a safer, cleaner place.

Differentiated by the quality of our people and our relentless drive to deliver the most successful outcomes, we align our capabilities to our customers’ objectives to create a lasting positive impact.
We serve the Infrastructure; Nuclear, Security & Environmental; Oil, Gas & Chemicals; and Mining & Metals markets. Our services span from initial planning and investment, through start-up and operations.

Core to Bechtel are our values – ethics, safety, quality, people, culture, relationships, innovation and sustainability, and our covenants – integrity, respect, collaboration, trust, and delivery. They are what we believe, what customers can expect, and how we deliver.

Criteria:

  • GPA Requirement: 2.0 or higher
  • Majors: Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Industrial/Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
  • Regions: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
  • Classification: Undergraduate Sophomore, Undergraduate Junior, Undergraduate Senior, Graduate Student
  • Residency Status: US Citizen
  • Number of Awards: 4
  • Award Amount: $5,000

United Technologies Corporate Scholarship

We are a global technology company founded by some of the world’s greatest inventors and committed to tackling some of society’s biggest challenges. Our businesses, which include Pratt & Whitney and Collins Aerospace are aerospace industry leaders. Learn more here: www.utc.com

Criteria:

  • GPA Requirement: 3.0 or higher
  • Majors: Aerospace Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Industrial/Systems Engineering, Information Technology, Materials Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
  • Regions: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
  • Classification: Undergraduate Sophomore, Undergraduate Junior
  • Residency Status: U.S. Citizen
  • Award Amount: $5,000
  • Number of Awards: 2



Honeywell IPP Scholarship

We have been innovating for more than 100 years – and now we’re creating what’s next.

- AEROSPACE - More fuel-efficient aircraft. More direct and on-time flights. Safer skies and airports. We're found on virtually every commercial, defense and space aircraft.

- BUILDING TECHNOLOGIES - Over 100 years ago, we defined energy efficiency by making indoor comfort automatic. Today, we redefine it in 10 million buildings using our technology.

- PERFORMANCE MATERIALS & TECHNOLOGIES - We pioneered automation control. So we understand complex industrial facilities, and how to create high-quality and high-performance chemicals and materials.

- SAFETY & PRODUCTIVITY SOLUTIONS - Each year, we keep over half a billion workers safer and more productive with voice-enabled software, barcode scanners, mobile computers and protective equipment.

Criteria:

  • GPA Requirement: 3.0 or higher
  • Majors: Aerospace Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
  • Regions: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
  • Classification: Undergraduate Sophomore, Undergraduate Junior
  • Residency Status: U.S. Citizen, Permanent Resident
  • Number of Awards: 18
  • Award Amount: $18,000 over 3 years



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
NSBE scholar - Dominique Barnes

Obtaining this NSBE scholarship means I do not have to work 20+ hours a week at a part-time job while simultaneously maintaining a high GPA and leadership involvement on campus. I am able to focus on developing myself academically and professionally without having to stress about how I will be able to pay for my tuition and textbooks. The NSBE scholarship has given me peace of mind so I will be able to excel academically.

Dominique Barnes - Region 3 | The University of Florida
NSBE scholar - Whitney Whitfield

Being a NSBE Scholarship Recipient has positivity impacted my life by providing me the funds to pay of my remainder balance for the 2018-2019 school year. This Scholarship has helped me to continue my degree in Architectural Engineering by giving me the courage and motivation to keep going no matter what my circumstances are. Thank you so much and I am internally grateful.

Whitney Whitfield - Region 3 | Tennessee State University
NSBE scholar - Chima Chukwuemeka

NSBE scholarships significantly contributed to alleviating the financial challenges that I faced in my pursuit of an engineering degree. The scholarships granted me the opportunity to contribute toward fulfilling the legacy and overcoming the challenges that otherwise would have hindered my propensity to excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the community. The best way to show gratitude is by paying it forward to ensure NSBE vision.

Chima Chukwuemeka - Region 3 | Tennessee Technological University
NSBE scholar - Jayla Cornelius

Receiving the NSBE scholarship has helped my family out tremendously. It makes me feel great that I can help take some of the financial burden off of my parents. It has also provided me with confidence because it has shown me that people support me and my dream of becoming a professional Civil Engineer. I am grateful for this amazing opportunity and wish to make the most out of the next four years.

Jayla Cornelius - Region 3 | Princeton University
NSBE scholar - Cameron Owens

Receiving a NSBE scholarship has strongly impacted my pursuit of an engineering degree in a positive way. It is due to gracious scholarship programs as such that I'm even able to pursue a college education. Furthermore, my NSBE scholarship has enabled me to shift my focus to my academics instead how I can afford my academics. Thank you, NSBE.

Cameron Owens - Region 4 | Indiana Institute of Technology
NSBE scholar - Nathan Ankomah-Mensah

Receiving an NSBE Scholarship has helped me tremendously. At the time when I was writing my scholarship letter, I was desperate for funding so that I can finish my undergraduate degree. The scholarship came just in time to help me focus my time and effort into my education. As a result of this focus, I was able to achieve a 4.0 during my final semester of undergrad.

Nathan Ankomah-Mensah - Region 1 | University of Rhode Island
NSBE scholar - Olaniyi Arowojolu

Words cannot describe how grateful I am to NSBE for the BCA scholarship that I was awarded. With the scholarship fund, I was able to purchase the recommended study materials for the NCEES Civil-Structural Professional Engineering (P.E.) license exam which I successfully passed. Getting the P.E license while in graduate school is such a rare feat, that I was awarded an outstanding graduate student award by the University of Idaho Graduate Professional Student Association (GPSA) with the committee testament on my “distinguished academic and scholarly contributions, strong leadership initiatives reflected in community outreach and a focus on improving minority opportunity and access”. Such testament aligns with NSBE mission statement of increasing the number of culturally responsible Black Engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community.

Olaniyi Arowojolu - Region 6 | University of Idaho
NSBE scholar - Dominic Ezemenaka

I was filled with gratitude when I got the scholarship award’s congratulatory message! The fund came at the most critical time when its absence might have severed my continued academic excellence. I was able to buy more academic resources that are still paving way for my quality research, whist still helping me maintain my Apex scholarly position; the latter being perfectly in line with NSBE’s mission of greatly increasing the number of culturally responsible Black Engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community.

Dominic Ezemenaka - Region 3 | University of Alabama at Birmingham
NSBE scholar - Robin Ryce

With this scholarship, I will be able to continue to develop myself as an electrical engineer and as a leader on my campus with no financial worries. This upcoming semester I will be going into my core electrical engineering classes, where I will be able to learn more in depth about hardware, while being able to explore software on my own time. In addition, I will be able to continue to make an impact on my campus and in my community through my NSBE Chapter.

Robin Ryce - Region 4 | University of Michigan Ann Arbor
NSBE scholar - Michael Hiraldo-Santana

The NSBE Scholarship has allowed me to place focus on my academics, NSBE Chapter, and volunteer opportunities! I have been able to develop the Iowa State NSBE Chapter through sponsorships and have begun helping develop a 50k's Coalition 5K at Iowa State. This 5K will raise awareness and donate to the 50K Coalition’s goals which are to produce 50,000 diverse engineering graduates annually by 2025.

Michael Hiraldo-Santana - Region 5 | Iowa State University
NSBE scholar - Jasmine Andrade

Receiving the NSBE scholarship has positively impacted my pursuit of an engineering degree. The scholarship has lifted the financial burden creating a balance between work, school and involvement. Receiving this scholarship personally allowed me to focus more on school instead of the economic aspects and allowed me to contribute to the flourishing of diversity on my campus.

Jasmine Andrade - Region 1 | Wentworth Institute of Technology
NSBE scholar - Jonathan Berry

Receiving this scholarship helped to relieve stress, which allows me to focus on my classes and NSBE chapter even more. I'm truly thankful that NSBE was able to help myself and other students in achieving the goals of the mission statement.

Jonathan Berry - Region 4 | The Ohio State University
NSBE scholar - Mayowa Akintola

As a recipient of the NSBE scholarship, this fund has facilitated the creation of an avenue in which I have the necessary means to procure required books, access online journals, attend conferences and network with experts and young researchers in the field. This opportunity granted fosters the generation of positive ideas and future collaborations that will help me support continuously the black community.

Mayowa Akintola - Region 3 | Florida A&M University (FAMU-FSU College of Engineering)
NSBE scholar - Ayodele Awotunde

The Study Abroad Scholarship enabled me to go to Panama last semester on an engineering immersion program. At Panama, I was able to conduct water quality projects which was really special as I was able to directly apply knowledge I learnt in a Industrial Waste and Solids Class I had taken previously. I am very grateful for NSBE for providing me with this opportunity!

Ayodele Awotunde - Region 2 | Villanova University
NSBE scholar - Dudley Moore

Receiving this scholarship granted me with the funds I needed to continue my studies in my graduate program. I was able to reach doctoral candidacy, and it brought me great fulfillment knowing that NSBE believed in me and what I was doing to better the world around me.

Dudley Moore - Region 3 | The University of Alabama
NSBE scholar - Christian Ogundipe

Aside the monetary value of the scholarship, it also served as a reinforcement of an excellent academic standing. When I got the scholarship congratulatory email, I was elated and further encouraged to keep working hard towards achieving a stellar performance in my engineering education. For that I say Thank You to NSBE.

Christian Ogundipe - Region 5 | Texas A&M University, Kingsville
NSBE scholar - Houston Green

Aside the monetary value of the scholarship, it also served as a reinforcement of an excellent academic standing. When I got the scholarship congratulatory email, I was elated and further encouraged to keep working hard towards achieving a stellar performance in my engineering education. For that I say Thank You to NSBE.

Houston Green - Region 5 | Texas A&M University, Kingsville
NSBE scholar - Savaughn Anderson

Fist off, without this scholarship I wouldn't have graduated as soon as I was able to due to financial aid canceling grants to my student account. This scholarship was a blessing in disguise and it came at the right time. I also gained superior confidence after receiving this scholarship and my motivation is at an all time high. I believe I can accomplish anything I set my mind to. Thank you once again NSBE for helping me graduate and believing in me.

Savaughn Anderson - Region 5 | Texas State University
NSBE scholar - Mubarak Ibrahim

Receiving a NSBE scholarship has significantly removed the burden of worrying about obtaining finances to cover my school expenses. I have been able to focus more on classes, NSBE activities, and other club activities I am fond of and become a greater participant.

Mubarak Ibrahim - Region 3 | Mississippi Valley State University
NSBE scholar - Sydney Johnson

Thank you for the opportunity to be a NSBE Fulfilling the Legacy Scholar!
The scholarship has enabled me to participate in an overseas STEM program focused on understanding the different industries in Morocco, the challenges in each sector, and how they operate in a political and cultural context. This program will be my first time traveling outside of North America and will better inform my engineering career path as someone considering working in renewable energy. Thanks NSBE!

Sydney Johnson - Region 6 | University of Tennessee, Knoxville
NSBE scholar - Corrinne Cassel

Receiving the Fulfilling the Legacy Scholarship has helped me continue to fulfill the legacy. It has allowed me to continue to be very active in my NSBE chapter whilst being a student and working to excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the community.

Corrinne Cassel - Region 5 | University of Texas at Austin
NSBE scholar - Brandon Gurrell

Being awarded a NSBE Scholarship has helped my engineering journey a great deal especially as an international student. I was notified that right before the annual national conference and was able to meet and network a number of NSBE professionals just from being a scholarship recipient. Applying for the scholarship was very easy and straightforward. I would implore all Engineering student to apply!

Brandon Gurrell - Region 4 | Kettering University
NSBE scholar - Kendra Ford

Receiving a NSBE scholarship helped relieve the financial burdens that were present during my senior year. I was able to continue volunteering, participating in extracurricular, and succeeding academically without having to worry about how I was going to pay off my tuition.