To provide an environment in which all students will acquire the necessary skills to become responsible thinkers, who appreciate diversity and are productive citizens in their community.
NORTHROP GRUMMAN ENGINEERING SCHOLARS PROGRAM
Northrop Grumman Mission Systems-Marine Systems, Sunnyvale campus, is participating in the established and highly competitive scholarship competition for high school students pursuing a degree in engineering, computer science, mathematics or physics at an institution of higher learning.
The Northrop Grumman Scholars program will award an $8,000 scholarship over the course of four years ($2,000 per year with ongoing eligibility requirements) to one graduating high school student in both Santa Clara and Alameda Counties. Each scholarship winner is required to accept summer internships two out of three summers during their undergraduate education, contingent upon job availability.
Please encourage eligible high school seniors to apply by the application deadline of Wednesday, 2/4/17.
Volunteers are needed for the Engineering Scholars Program Review Board!
The review team will have the opportunity to select our two Sunnyvale site scholars and join the Executive Leadership Team at our annual Scholarship Awards Luncheon. If you are interested, please contact our Sunnyvale Scholarship coordinator, Eryka Black at 408-735-2866 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The United States Tennis Association Norcal (USTA NorCal) awards four scholarships to high school tennis playing seniors.
Scholarship awards serve two equally valuable purposes: recognition of merit and achievement. Recipients need not be stellar or ranked tennis players or be required to go off and play in college. The review committee looks at the overall picture and most importantly, how the applicant has leveraged tennis in their life or what they have learned through tennis that they are applying to their lessons in their life.
There are FOUR college scholarships available, $2000 annually for up to 4 years, to support and encourage multicultural participation among high school students entering college. The scholarships are ethnic specific, except for the Arthur Ashe which is open to everyone.
The four college scholarship categories are:
· Application available atwww.norcal.usta.com/scholarships
· Application Deadline: April 14, 2017
The scholarships are reviewed and voted on by the USTA NorCal Diversity & Inclusion Committee. More information such as application requirement, FAQ’s, etc can be found here: http://www.norcal.usta.com/scholarships/champions_of_character/ .