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**ACEC California is now accepting applications for the 2017-2018 Scholarship Year!!**
ACEC California Scholarship Foundation
Every year, ACEC California's Scholarship Foundation awards scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $7,500 each to deserving college students working toward a degree in engineering or land surveying. The top award recipient is nominated to apply for the ACEC National scholarship competition.
Scholarship application packets are mailed to college Engineering Departments throughout California and posted here on our website each fall.
Our scholarship application is a PDF that you download to your computer and fill out or print and fill out. Make sure to have it signed by a professor or dean, and then email or mail it to ACEC California. Click on the links below (all are pdf documents) to download our 2017-2018 Scholarship Requirements, Scholarship Application, Recommendation Form, and the Method of Evaluation.
DEADLINE: January 20, 2017
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For more information on ACEC California's scholarship program contact Stacy Zdunkiewicz at 916-441-7991 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are interested in applying for the local level scholarship programs from our ACEC CA Chapters, please visit the links below:
Congratulations to our ACEC California 2016-17 Scholarship Recipients
2016-2017 SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS
Samantha Grey – Graduate, California State University, Chico – $5000 – ACEC national nominee
Thao Nguyen-Pham – Graduate, Santa Clara University – $3000
Amy Phoehlitz – Undergraduate, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo – $3000
Chase Hemming– Undergraduate, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo – $2000
Jian-Sen Wu – Undergraduate, California State University, Pomona – $2000
Hailey Clonts – Graduate, Stanford University – $1000
Audrey Fremier– Undergraduate, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo – $1000
Youlen Ghazalian– Undergraduate, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo – $1000
Jennifer Laybourn– Undergraduate, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo – $1000
Jake Gold – Undergraduate, Stanford University – $1000