The global digitalization of the world has already happened, even if you refuse to believe it. The need for talented and highly qualified technical personnel in the global labor market has never been greater. Reading about attractive working conditions in progressive IT companies, career prospects, and salary levels, applicants are increasingly giving preference to technical specialties when choosing where to enroll after graduation. This creates an unprecedented level of competition for university admission. Not only is tuition expensive, but getting into a college isn’t easy. Fortunately, there are plenty of grants and scholarships to help you deal with the financial aspect. In collaboration with research service WriteMyEssayOnline, we’ve compiled a list of the best technology scholarships for you to consider in 2021-2022. 

Elms College STEM Scholarships

Participation in the scholarship program is open to all students who have taken core STEM courses and are currently enrolled full-time at Elms College. The award will be paid between $3,800 and $10,000 until the grantee completes the course.

To qualify for financial aid, a student must have a 3.0-grade point average in all STEM majors.  Also, the Elms College student must have a STEM major, including internships, laboratory and field research, training in STEM-related services, and networking with industry professionals.

EPP Undergraduate Scholarship Program

Students receiving this scholarship can expect total support of up to $45,000 (including travel and conference expenses). Only U.S. citizens with a grade point average of 3.2 on a 4.0 scale are eligible for this scholarship. You must be enrolled full-time in the 2nd year of a four-year academic program. You must also be studying a discipline related to NOAA’s programs and mission at an accredited institution serving minorities (a college or university in the United States or a U.S. territory).

ESA Foundation Computer and Video Game Arts Scholarship

This scholarship is for women and minority students across the country. In addition to providing much-needed funding for students, the scholarship opens up behind-the-scenes opportunities, including networking and mentoring, as well as access to major tech-related events.

To qualify for this scholarship, you must be a woman or a member of a minority group and a U.S. citizen. The student must be pursuing a career-leading degree in computer and video game arts and sciences and be enrolled in a full-time undergraduate program at an accredited four-year college or university.

ACF Woodcock Family Education Scholarship Program

The financial aid program for promising students who are studying science and mathematics was founded by a business family in 1993. It is designed for those students with strong math and/or science backgrounds. Scholarships will be awarded to high school seniors graduating in the Albuquerque metro area. The scholarship amount is $10,000, payable over four years. To qualify for financial aid, applicants must have a strong math and/or science background, plan to attend college/university full-time, have a minimum 3.8 GPA and a minimum 30 or 680 math score. 

AMS Graduate Fellowships

This is a unique opportunity for outstanding students who wish to pursue graduate study in the atmospheric or related sciences. To qualify for the scholarship, students must be U.S. citizens and have a GPA of 3.25 or higher, and be enrolled in their first year of graduate school. They must also have a degree in atmospheric or related sciences from an accredited U.S. institution. 

Banatao Family Filipino American Education Fund

This fund helps students of Filipino origin. Financial aid is available to freshmen who have been admitted for their first year full-time at an accredited four-year college or university. They must be studying STEM majors. Each scholarship is renewable for a total of four years based on the successful completion of a full-time undergraduate program. Applicants must have a minimum passing grade of 3.0, demonstrate financial need, and be residents of northern or southern California counties. 

Davidson Fellows Scholarship

The organization awards scholarships to outstanding young people under the age of 18. The scholarship is given each year at the Congressional Meetings in Washington, D.C. Candidates must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents 18 years of age or younger. 

Edison Scholars Program

This is a program for aspiring engineers and scientists that offers four-year scholarships for continuing education at colleges or universities. High school students from Southern California are eligible to apply for financial aid. Students applying for this scholarship must plan to enroll in a full-time undergraduate program in a technical field. Students must demonstrate financial need and live or attend a public or private high school in areas served by Southern California Edison or attend a high school in a designated area around the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station. 

FOSSI STEM Scholarship

This program provides scholarships and professional development opportunities for students from underrepresented communities. Applicants must be a high school senior, admitted full-time to a historically Black college or university, have a minimum 3.0 GPA, be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, and plan to study in a STEM, MIQA, technical, or operationally related field. The selected candidate will receive a scholarship of $40,000 per year for four years. Students will also receive preparation for internships, leadership training, and mentoring. 

Regeneron Science Talent Search Scholarship

This is the country’s oldest and most prestigious scientific talent competition for high school students. A national jury of professional scientists evaluates participants’ work. The competition recognizes 300 student-scientists and their schools each year and invites 40 student finalists to Washington, D.C., for the final round. They showcase their work to the general public and meet with prominent scientists and government leaders. Candidates must be in middle or high school in the United States or be U.S. citizens who are studying abroad. 

The Edison International STEM Scholarship

Students pursuing STEM degrees can expect to receive financial aid from this program. The candidate must be a high school senior with a combined GPA of at least 3.0, plan to study STEM at an accredited college or university for four years and demonstrate financial need. The scholarship is available only in Southern California’s Edison service territory. 


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