Intel has teamed with AFCEA to provide an Intel-AFCEA Diversity Scholarship for STEM students pursuing an undergraduate or graduate (Master’s or PhD) degree for the Fall 2022-Spring 2023 academic year.
Scholarship funding ($5,000 for undergraduate and $10,000 for graduate), the possibility of becoming an Intel Mentor, an Intel job (internship or full-time), and access to trainings, research, Intel architecture (hardware/software), networking with other Intel scholars, and more are among the benefits.
About the Scholarship:
AFCEA International is a non-profit membership organisation that provides an ethical platform for improving professional knowledge and partnerships in the disciplines of communications, information technology, intelligence, and global security to the military, government, industry, and academia. Members, sponsors, and allies of AFCEA are among the world’s premier designers, planners, manufacturers, testers, and users of communications, intelligence, imaging, and information systems technologies. AFCEA’s more than 140 chapters across the world provide engineers, programmers, managers, government officials, and military people with ongoing chances to exchange ideas about communications, intelligence, imaging, and information systems technology. In addition to other chapter activities, about half of AFCEA’s chapters hold symposia and seminars.
SIGNAL is another fantastic feature of AFCEA. SIGNAL is a monthly international news magazine dedicated to meeting the critical information needs of government, military, and industry professionals involved in command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance, or C4ISR; information security; research and development; electronics; and homeland security. The Source Book, which appears in the January issue, includes firm profiles and contact information for AFCEA’s corporate members. It’s a who’s who of C4ISR and homeland security groups. The annual Security Directory, which appears in the February issue, focuses on security solutions and the companies that deliver them. Education is a major value of AFCEA. The Association, in collaboration with the AFCEA Educational Foundation, Chapters, and Members worldwide, awards $1.4 million in scholarships, grants, and awards to students studying in the “hard” sciences at the five service academies, ROTC programmes, graduate schools, and other educational institutions each year. The AFCEA Professional Development Center (PDC) supplements the Association’s educational initiatives by offering a broad range of continuing education and technical training courses. The Educational Foundation operates AFCEA’s Professional Development Center, which provides classified and unclassified courses in communications, intelligence, and information systems to government, military, and industry employees.
AFCEA brings together professionals in Command and Control, Electronics, Communication, and Intelligence from over nineteen nations on four continents. Itencompasses the domains of defence, homeland security intelligence, and civilian government, and serves as a platform for both customers and suppliers.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): AFCEA
Scholarship Country: United States
Scholarship Worth: $10,000
Study Level: Postgraduate
Nationality: International Students
The following are the advantages of receiving the AFCEA 2022 Intel-AFCEA Diversity Scholarship
Scholarship assistance is available ($5,000 for undergraduate students and $10,000 for graduate students).
Potential for an Intel Mentorship, an Intel job (internship or full-time), and access to trainings, research, Intel architecture (hardware/software), networking with other Intel scholars, and other benefits.
Eligibility for Scholarship
These factors should be taken into account if you want to be considered for the Intel-AFCEA Diversity Scholarship
- You must be a US citizen or a permanent resident of the United States.
- Must be a member of an underrepresented minority (technical women, African-Americans, people of Latin/Hispanic descent, and/or Native Americans).
- Applicant must be a service Veteran, active-duty service member, or “Gold Star Family Member” with proof of service.
- Applicant must be a full-time student at a recognised U.S. university pursuing an undergraduate or graduate (Master’s or PhD) degree. Applicant must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above.
- Chemistry, Chemical Engineering are two disciplines. Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Information Technology, Industrial Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Material Engineering or Science, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Physics, Polymer Engineering, Robotics Engineering, Systems Engineering, and Statistics are all examples of engineering disciplines.
- Chemical Engineering
- Computer Engineering,
- Computer Science,
- Electrical Engineering,
- Electrical & Computer Engineering,
- Electronics Engineering,
- Information Technology,
- Industrial Engineering,
- Manufacturing Engineering,
- Material Engineering or Science,
- Mechanical Engineering,
- Polymer Engineering,
- Robotics Engineering,
- Systems Engineering, and
Candidates must be prepared to submit the following documents in order to apply;
- Form of application
- One recommendation letter
- Currently available resume
- Transcript is official.
The AFCEA 2022 Intel-AFCEA Diversity Scholarship is open to to all international students
Starting January 1, 2022, applications must include a completed application, one letter of recommendation, a current resume, and an official transcript.
Instructions for electronic submission of the recommendation letter will be immediately supplied to endorsers as part of the online application procedure – please do not mail separately. Applicants are not permitted to submit letters of recommendation. If the endorser does not receive the email, send a letter to [email protected]
The application deadline for AFCEA 2022 Intel-AFCEA Diversity Scholarship is May 31, 2022
You could also read $1,600 International Scholarships at University of Central Oklahoma in the USA 2022
The University of Central Oklahoma wants to extend its support to all international students who want to pursue their higher education by giving assistance to the student’s education costs. The international scholarship for the academic year of 2022-2023 will be based on the international student’s involvement in activities, status, and academic merit.
International Scholarship List at University of Central Oklahoma
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The International Association House at the University of Central Oklahoma is the bridge that facilitates the global intercultural engagements to bring all together at the Central’s staffs, students, faculty, and its community that can develop and create more opportunities to transform everyone’s learning experience.
The association for the International Students is committed to supporting and providing every student to bring the university campus into international activities. They respect every cultural boundary that can lead to a fundamental process of transformation.
The university and the international association house wants every international student to take part in their international program and leadership opportunity. For a better chance to further education and build a better community.
Scholarship Provider: The University of Central Oklahoma
About the Provider
With strong relations in the Oklahoma City metro, the University of Central Oklahoma is committed to building student confidence in success through performative learning practices.
Central prides itself on being a smart investment for success that prepares tomorrow’s leaders in a rich opportunity environment with access to more than 200 student organizations and communities, employment, internships entertainment, and cultural opportunities in the fast-growing Greater Oklahoma City area.
Founded in 1890, Central is accredited by the Higher Education Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Central connects its nearly 14,000 students with the unrivaled value found across 119 undergraduate majors and 80 graduate programs from its main Edmund campus and facilities throughout the metro.
- Academic Year: 2022-2023
- Nationality: International
- Degree Level: Undergraduate and graduate
- Field: Any course program offered for the undergraduate degree at the university.
- Number of awards: NA
- Scholarship Award: up to $1600 depending on the scholarship offered.
- Scholarship Country: USA