Scholarships for high school seniors, undergraduate and graduate students in STEM are plentiful. Most of the scholarships listed here are annual opportunities.
The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) Distinguished Undergraduate Fellowship offers financial support to students who demonstrate an interest in the fields of biochemistry and molecular biology and who enhance the diversity of science. Students whose social, educational or economic background adds to the diversity of the biomedical workforce or who show a commitment to increasing educational access for underrepresented students are eligible. The Distinguished Undergraduate Fellowship provides up to $2000 toward tuition costs for one academic year. Learn more here.
The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers’ various scholarships are available to full-time undergraduate engineering or pre-engineering students pursuing an engineering or engineering technology degree in a course of study that traditionally has been a preparatory curriculum for the HVAC&R profession. To learn more, click here.
ASCO Numatics will award two, $5,000 scholarships to U.S. engineering students who are pursuing careers in industrial automation-related disciplines. Additionally, ASCO Numatics will make $1,000 grants to the engineering departments of the colleges in which the winners are enrolled. The scholarships are merit-based and will be awarded on the candidate’s potential for leadership and for making a significant contribution to the engineering, instrumentation, systems, and automation professions, particularly as they relate to the application of fluid control and fluid power technologies. Scholarship recipients may be eligible for an ASCO Numatics internship. Learn more here.
The Google Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship was established to honor the legacy of Anita Borg and her efforts to encourage women to pursue careers in computer science and technology. Scholarship recipients will receive an academic scholarship as well as be invited to attend the Annual Google Scholars’ Retreat in Mountain View, CA. Learn more here.
The HENAAC Scholars Program addresses the immense need that the United States has to produce more domestic engineers and scientists. The goal of the program is to ensure STEM college retention with a 3.0 grade point average or higher; to guarantee college graduation with an undergraduate technical degree in four-five years; and, to contribute to Hispanic communities by producing STEM role models for future generations and securing the country’s place as the finest technological leader in the world. Learn more here.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is proud to offer fellowships to students in their undergraduate and graduate careers. The Aeronautics Scholarship Program (ASP) offers our nation’s research leaders of tomorrow exceptional funding. NASA Aeronautics scholarship awards for UNDERGRADUATES: Twenty (20) awards annually $15,000 awarded for each school year, to be used for tuition and other education related expenses $10,000 Summer internship at a NASA Research Center. Learn more here.
National Grid’s Engineering Pipeline Program offers high school and college students the chance to learn more about National Grid and the engineering profession as a whole through a structured six-year program. As a member of the Pipeline program, you will be given the opportunity to gain exposure to the engineering industry through instruction, in and out of the classroom; site visits; research and projects. To learn more, click here.
SUNY STEM Incentive Scholarships for tuition up to four years of study are available to NYS students in the top 10% of their high school class who are interested in attending any SUNY/CUNY school and enrolling in a program leading to a STEM occupation. Applications are available through August 15. Learn more by visiting here.
Siemens recognizes the important role that medical laboratory scientists and technicians play in the delivery of quality patient care and offers scholarships that can help you reach your goals. Students in NAACLS accredited Medical Laboratory Scientist (MLS), Clinical Laboratory Scientist (CLS), and Medical Technologist (MT) programs. To learn more, click here.
SWE Scholarships support women pursuing ABET-accredited baccalaureate or graduate programs in preparation for careers in engineering, engineering technology and computer science in the United States and Mexico. To learn more, click here.
Simpson Strong-Tie Company, Inc. has established a scholarship program to assist architecture and structural engineering students at participating colleges and universities in various communities in the United States. The Structural Engineering/Architecture Student Scholarship Program offers scholarships to support education and encourage the design and building of safer structures in our communities. Students must be enrolled as juniors (60 semester hours or equivalent) or seniors in full-time undergraduate study in architecture, structural engineering or construction management at one of the specified colleges or universities, the deadline is April. Learn more here.
This scholarship was created to help provide educational opportunities for the future generation of scientists. Graduate students or undergraduate students must be enrolled in an accredited college in a Science field to qualify for this scholarship. Learn more here.
Over $20 million in scholarships are available through colleges, universities, professional associations, and corporations that offer college scholarships to participants on FIRST teams. This is official recognition of the knowledge, technical, and life skills gained as a participant in a FIRST program. Learn more here.