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Betty Stevens-Frecknall Technology Scholarship and EMC2 Multimedia Contest

The Foundation for Information Technology Education

Scholarship Name: The Betty Stevens-Frecknall Scholarship
Description: Are you an IT major? Then here is a great scholarship opportunity for you. The Foundation for Information Technology Education is dedicated to the professional development of individuals in the Information Systems industry. One of the ways in which they do this is through the Betty Stevens-Frecknall Scholarship. This national scholarship supports university students pursuing an accredited degree program related to information technology. To be eligible, applicants must be enrolled full-time in a terminal degree program. Winners will be selected on the basis of scholastic ability, leadership potential and financial need.
Award: Varies
Awards per Year: 3
Award is Open to: Full time undergraduate students
Major/Field of Study: Information Technology
How to Apply/Contact: Check the Foundation for IT Education website for scholarship application information.

Student Pugwash USA

Scholarship Name: Emc2 Election Multimedia Contest
Description: Do you have an opinion on energy security, genetic engineering, stem cell research or space militarization? If you could share your thoughts about a science, technology or health issue with the next American President, what would you tell him? Student Pugwash USA (SPUSA), a nonprofit educational organization devoted to multi-dimensional scientific study, is offering a $2,000 grand prize scholarship to the student with the best message. Share your ideas in a 5-minute video (uploaded to YouTube), a 5-minute digital podcast or a 750-word written essay. Eligible candidates must between the ages of 16 and 25 at the time of their submission.
Award: $2,000
Awards per Year: 1
Award is Open to: Student ages 16-25
Major/Field of Study: Science, Technology or Health Studies
How to Apply/Contact: Contest information is posted on the Student Pugwash website.

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