The Great Mind In STEM Scholarship is now open. Undergraduate and graduate students are welcome to participate in this STEM Essay Scholarship. To apply, the candidates must write an essay prompting the topic question below. The essay will be accepted no later than 30 April 2017.
To apply this Great Mind in STEM Scholarship, it is STRONGLY recommended that you read through the FAQs before you begin this application or contact the GMiS Office. It is strongly recommended that you have all the following documents ready to upload at the time of application. Documents must be in PDF format or WORD document. Transcripts that are multiple pages must be scanned, saved and uploaded as one single PDF.
There is no detail information. Please contact the employer for the information.
Level and Area of Studies
Undergraduate and graduate level in STEM related studies. Medical studies may also be considered for graduate applicants.
Place of Study
In the United States of America.
Eligibility and Criteria
The following are the criteria of each level of degree:
- Graduating from high school in 2017; or
- Graduating from high school in 2017 w/college credits; or
- Returning to college but do not have any college credits.
- Currently enrolled in a STEM undergraduate program; or
- Graduating from a STEM undergraduate program in 2017;
- Have been accepted into a STEM graduate school program for fall 2017; or
- Graduating or graduated from a STEM undergraduate program;
- Returning to college to earn your first bachelors degree.
- Currently enrolled in a masters or doctoral program (Note: applicants must be pursuing their first masters degree or first doctoral degree). This includes medical student applicants.
U.S students are welcome to apply.
Each of the above level of studies has different application link. Those link can bee seen at the application page below. Please note, all candidates are required to provide an essay responding the question as follow:
- Describe your cultural identity/background, career aspirations, leadership/service within the Hispanic community, and how these three attributes have shaped your STEM individuality.
30 April 2017.