ACEC Indiana offers collegiate scholarships for full-time Indiana residents pursuing an engineering degree at an Indiana engineering school. Students must be entering their junior, senior, fifth, or master’s degree year, in the fall of 2021 to qualify for the general scholarships. In addition, a student must be a full-time Indiana resident pursuing a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in civil, environmental, mechanical/electrical or structural engineering or in an accredited land-surveying program at an ABET accredited school in Indiana to qualify.
For more information regarding the scholarship opportunity, please visit http://www.acecindiana.org/?page=Scholarship. Deadline for submission is Friday, Feb. 4, 2022. ACEC Indiana staff will reach out to you once you complete the form to receive the updated 2022 application.
Last year, ACEC Indiana awarded $12,500 to collegiate engineering students in Indiana. ACEC Indiana has set a precedent to give no less than $1,500 to each winning student and no less than $5,000 for the top applicant. Scholarships checks are written directly to the student for his/her personal use in school expenses. If you have any questions feel free to reach out to Holli Buretta at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Powder Coating Institute (PCI), a non-profit organization established to promote powder coating technology in North America, is currently accepting applications for its 2022 scholarship program. Created to attract bright, young talent into the powder coating industry, the PCI scholarship program is open to students who are pursuing studies in fields related to powder coating such as polymer science, manufacturing, engineering, business management, and sales/marketing.
Complete qualifications and requirements, along with the online application, can be found here: https://www.powdercoating.org/page/Scholarship. Deadline for application is March 18, 2022, and all applications must be submitted online.
Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact The Power Coating Institute (PCI) at 859-525-9988.
Purdue’s Office of Engagement provides grants to students or student organizations (up to $1,500) for work on community and service-learning projects. This program’s goal is to expand the community involvement of Purdue students in partnership with communities, non-profit agencies, schools, and governmental bodies.
Both the application and guidelines for the student grant program for community service/service learning projects can be found online:
All are encouraged to share this information with students and student organizations who may be interested in applying for the grant.
Spring Application Deadlines are as follows:
Application Deadline: February 16, 2022
After February 16, 2022: Review on a Rolling Basis
Student Notification: On or before March 4, 2022
To be eligible for the Eli Lilly and Company Make Life Better Scholarship, students must submit an application and meet the following criteria:
- GPA of 3.0 or above
- Sophomores (Please note the sophomore classification can be based on credit hours earned or program completion.)
- Majoring in STEM
- Immediate family member may not be employed by Eli Lilly and Company.
To apply, students need to complete an application form, essay, provide an official transcript, and two letters of recommendation. The following link provides information regarding the application process and where to submit the application materials: https://www.purdue.edu/research/make-life-better/
Lilly will fund ten scholarships of up to $10,000 each to be awarded each year, starting in the spring of 2022. Scholarships are one-time awards for each student and are not renewable. Scholarships will be awarded for the spring semester and carry over to the following fall semester, provided the student continues to meet eligibility criteria. Interested students need to submit their application to Eric Woods (PEWoods@purdueforlife.org) by Monday, November 15th.
If any students have questions, they need to contact Eric Woods. He can be reached at PEWoods@purdueforlife.org