Corporate/Government Sponsors Scholarships
These are past and current scholarship sponsors from corporate America, federal agencies and affinity groups, which have contributed to the GMiS STEM Scholarships. Scholarships range from $1,000 – $10,000. All scholarships are merit-based.
Provides highly-competitive, $5,000 merit-based scholarships to undergraduate students with a minimum 3.0 GPA, pursuing a field of study relevant to Chevron and demonstrate a strong interest in Chevron. Hispanic students from the following institutions are strongly encouraged to apply and be considered for this scholarship – Arizona State U; Auburn U; Boston U; Brigham Young U; California Maritime Academy; Cal Poly Pomona; Cal Poly SLO; CSU – Bakersfield; CSU-Chico; CSU-East Bay; CSU-Sacramento; CSU-San Diego; Colorado School of Mines; Cornell; LSU; New Mexico Tech; Pennsylvania State University; Stanford U; Texas A&M U; U of Arizona; UC-Berkeley; UC-Davis; UCLA; U. of Alabama; U of Georgia; U of New Orleans; UPRM; U. of Southern California; UT-Austin, UTEP, UTSA, UTRGV
Provides merit-based scholarships to students within agri-science-related fields of study.
These $5,000 merit-based scholarships are awarded to undergraduates and often invited to apply for an internship, if qualified.
Provides merit-based scholarships to chemical and mechanical engineering students at a 4-year ABET-accredited institution.
These merit-based scholarships are awarded to students pursuing a STEM degree that is relevant to Leidos.
These merit-based scholarships are awarded to Hispanic undergraduates, who are pursuing a STEM degree at a 4-year Hispanic-Serving Institution.
Undergraduate students and incoming freshman must be pursuing a degree in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Software Engineering or Systems Engineering at one of the following institutions: Cal Tech; Cal Poly SLO; Cal Poly Pomona; Carnegie Mellon; Florida A&M U; Georgia Tech; Howard U; MIT; NC A&T State; NC State; Purdue U; San Diego State U; Stanford University; UC-Berkeley; UCSB; UCLA; UCSD; U of Colorado-Boulder; U of Florida; U of Illinois; UMBC; UM-College Park; U of Michigan; USC; U of Virginia; Virginia Tech.
These merit-based scholarships are awarded to students pursuing a computing-related degree that is relevant to Oracle.
These merit-based scholarships are awarded to students attending a 4-year institution and pursuing a STEM degree in Southern California.
These merit-based scholarships are awarded to incoming freshman and current undergraduate and graduate students pursuing fields of study relevant to The Boeing Company. Recipients are often invited to a special Boeing reception at the HENAAC Conference.