Amazon Future Engineer Program
Amazon Future Engineer is a brand-new program that gives 7th and 8th grade girls the opportunity to learn how to use design, math, and innovation skills to make an impact. The program will teach girls about robotics, coding, and other STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) areas of interest in a fun way.
Amazon internships program
The Amazon internships is an opportunity to experience what it’s like to work for one of the largest online retailers in the world, while being paid for your hard work. Interns will have a wide variety of projects that they could be assigned, ranging from development and data science to business strategy and product management. What makes this internship so special is that you get a chance to experience firsthand how a company so huge operates, while being paid for your hard work.
Amazon Future Engineer Scholarship program
The Amazon Future Engineer Scholarship is a new scholarship for engineering students and is created to help alleviate the shortage of future engineers in the US. To be eligible, students must: (1) currently be enrolled in an engineering degree at a four-year college or university; (2) be US citizens; and (3) have a 3.0 GPA. The scholarship will award one recipient $10,000 annually, with funding coming from Amazon and AWS.
AES Engineering program
AES Engineering is a family-owned business, started by Richard and Kevin as a single-person operation in 1992. Since then, it has expanded to a profitable company that employs more than 35 people, with two offices in the United States. AES Engineering specializes in providing engineering services for large construction projects such as airports, seaports, and private developments. They provide services to clients around the world.
Engineering Scholarships programs
AFCEA Washington, DC Chapter Scholarship program
AFCEA Washington DC Chapter is pleased to announce that they are offering two $1,000 scholarships. The AFCEA DC Chapter scholarship will be awarded to an undergraduate or graduate student enrolled in or accepted into a major in aerospace engineering, aeronautics, astronautics, air transportation, communications technology, or cyber security. A student may also qualify for this scholarship by submitting a paper on the importance of cybersecurity to national security.
AHB Foundation Scholarship program
The AHB Foundation Scholarship is a scholarship available to all incoming freshmen at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The scholarship is worth $2,500 per semester and is awarded on a first come, first served basis. One hundred scholarships are made available each year. This opportunity helps alleviate financial pressures for families and students alike by offering a substantial reduction in the cost of attending university.
AREMA Undergraduate and Graduate Scholarships program
The AREMA Foundation is excited to announce the launch of two scholarship programs for undergraduate and graduate students. AREMA’s Renewable Energy Scholarship Program is available to undergraduate students who are pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering, Energy Systems Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or other related fields. The AREMA International Scholarship Program is available to graduate students from outside of the United States who are pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering, Energy Systems Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or other related fields.
The ASNT Fellowship Award is a one-time fellowship opportunity for promising new engineering professionals. The award will be given to an individual who excels in their field, is committed to serving or teaching the next generation of engineers, or has made significant contributions to the profession. This year’s recipients include Thomas J. Kenny, P.E., president of Kenny Companies and Lisa B. Stoddard, P.E., president of Stoddard Associates Engineers LLC.