The Intertech Foundation is offering a Scholarship called Intertech Foundation STEM Scholarship. This program is open to current college students or college-bound high school seniors, who have excelled in the areas of Math and Science, to pursue college studies in the area of computer science.
One of the Intertech Foundation’s focuses is the inspiration of young people towards the building of science, engineering and technology skills. To further that pursuit, the Foundation has announced their 2019 STEM scholarship for students interested in pursuing careers as professional software developers. This opportunity is aimed at current college students or college-bound high school seniors, who have excelled in the areas of Math and Science, to pursue college studies in the area of computer science.
The winner of the Intertech Foundation STEM Scholarship will receive $2500.
Level and Area of Studies
Undergraduate degree in computer science.
Place of Study
The study will be taken at any accredited college or university within the USA.
Eligibility and Criteria
In order to be eligible for the Intertech Foundation STEM Scholarship, the student must possess:
- Cumulative high school or college GPA of 3.3 or better
- An intent to study computer science
- Currently enrolled at or accepted to an accredited college or university within the US (not required at time of application)
The citizens of the United States are welcome to apply.
To apply, students must submit the documents below:
- Official high school transcript (sent directly from student’s high school to the Intertech Foundation)
- Resume describing any extracurricular activities and employment experience
- Two letters of recommendation (one of which should be from a Math or Science teacher familiar with the student)
- Copy of official college/university acceptance letter (not required at time of application)
- One-page essay describing the students work ethic and what they hope to accomplish in the “real world” after graduation from college
- Experience with the National First Robotic Challenge (not required)
March every year.