Published by Purdue Global, this resource shares 24 different Information Technology scholarships for future and current students to supplement the cost of their education and professional development endeavors.
Allied Van Lines, one of the leading moving companies in America, is excited to offer a 2023 scholarship program aimed at students whose area of study focuses on logistics and moving-related fields. We are committed to growing our industry and supporting the brightest students in logistics and moving. The deadline is Dec. 15, 2022.
Boom and Bucket’s 2024 Student Scholarship Program
Boom & Bucket is offering a scholarship of $1,000 to be awarded each year to a student pursuing a heavy machinery themed program. This scholarship is available to both currently enrolled students and future students who are planning to attend a program within the next 12 months. The program can be at a college or a trade school anywhere in the United States or Canada. The deadline is March 31st of each calendar year.
The Tulsa Post of the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) is pleased to announce that applications are open for the JD Metcalfe College Scholarship. This $2000 scholarship is awarded to a minimum of three Junior and Senior students majoring in engineering, biological sciences, or physical sciences programs. The scholarship is not limited to students interested in military careers. All applicants majoring in engineering, biological science, or physical science that meet the eligibility requirements will be considered. Applications are due 31 December 2022.
The Jimmie L. Dean Scholarships are granted to Oklahoma residents who are attending Oklahoma colleges or universities and desire to remain in Oklahoma after graduation. The awards are granted initially to students completing their high school graduation requirements who are entering a college or university for the first time. Primary requirements are a minimum 20 ACT score, there are no family income restrictions and awards are granted on an annual basis but current recipients can reapply each year for up to four additional years (five years total). Awards can be used for tuition and related academic fees, room, and board.
The Tulsa Post of the SAME is pleased to announce plans to award four $2,000 Justin Noyes Scholarships to senior high school students who intend to earn a degree in engineering, biological science or physical science.
These annual scholarships are in honor of Marine Sergeant Justin Noyes, an American Hero, who fought and died while serving our country in Fallujah, Iraq.
Last Mile Education Fund collaborates with investors and partners to fill critical financial gaps for students pursuing tech, engineering, and skilled trades degrees. Awards are available year-round, as funding sources are available and as eligibility requirements are met. Last Mile Education Fund offers three levels of grants: Emergency Mini-grants (up to $599), Bridge Grants ($600-$3,000 for upper undergraduates or master’s program students), and Last Mile Grants (up to $10,000 for students in their last two semesters of undergraduate or master’s program).
As part of their deep commitment to Oklahoma education, OERB has established several scholarship programs to help advance our state’s leaders’ education. Since 2005, they have sponsored over $4.1 million in scholarships and awards up to $500,000 annually in petroleum-related fields at the University of Oklahoma, the University of Tulsa, Oklahoma State University, and Oklahoma City University.
SWE Scholarships support those who identify as a woman and pursue an ABET-accredited bachelor or graduate student program in preparation for careers in engineering, engineering technology, and computer science globally. In 2022, SWE disbursed 330 new and renewed scholarships valued at more than $1,700,000!
Students who will be a sophomore through Ph.D. candidate in the 2023-2024 academic year, apply online for a SWE Scholarship now through February 1, 2023. Anyone who will be an incoming freshmen in the upcoming fall semester may apply February 1 through March 20, 2023.
Study.com provides students with expert homework help as well as personalized answers to questions. Along with their commitment to make education accessible through engaging content and step-by-step solutions to improve students’ understanding of concepts, they have created many scholarships to support students in their studies. There are a variety available, such as for high school seniors ($2,000), computer science majors ($1,000), biology majors ($1,000), math majors ($1,000), and more. The deadline for these scholarships is November 1st.
The scholarship, available to graduating seniors of Tulsa, Sand Springs, Jenks, Broken Arrow, and Union public schools, and transfers from Tulsa Community College, funds students who are pursuing an engineering degree at a four-year accredited college. The purpose of the scholarship is to foster and enable the abilities of those interested in an engineering profession through higher education. The funds are awarded over eight semesters for graduating high school students and six semesters for TCC transfers; strong consideration is given to those with higher financial needs.
Tulsa Engineering Foundation Freshmen Engineering Scholarship
The scholarships are administered by the Tulsa Engineering Foundation (TEF) and are funded by endowments from the Karol L. & Dorothy Hujsak and James W. & Glenda C. Kilmer families as well as by the American Society of Civil Engineers-Tulsa Branch and the American Public Works Association – Oklahoma Northeast Branch.
The selection of the recipient of this scholarship will be based not only on academic achievement and financial need but also on outside activities and community service.
If you will be an incoming freshman in the upcoming fall semester (Academic Year 2023-2024), you may apply now through February 1, 2023
Despite the barriers women continue to face in STEM, there is some good news. Compared with a generation ago, women have many more opportunities to seek out mentors, role models, and support when pursuing STEM careers. Check out this list of scholarships just for women pursuing STEM!
The WTS Foundation awards scholarships to women who are pursuing careers in transportation through undergraduate and graduate programs. The scholarships are competitive and based on the applicant’s specific transportation goals, academic record, and transportation-related activities or job skills. Minority candidates are encouraged to apply.
Regional school teams will participate in programming autonomous flights and operating a drone to navigate a free-flight obstacle course located at the Expo Center within the MidAmerica Industrial Park. This immersive experience serves as an introduction to drone coding and fundamental drone piloting skills. The learners involved will collaborate as they compete and undergo evaluation by judges.
The Botball® Educational Robotics Program engages middle and high school-aged students in a team-oriented robotics competition and serves as a perfect way to meet today’s new common core standards. By exposing students to an inquiry-based, learn-by-doing activity that appeals to their hearts as well as their minds, Botball® addresses our nation’s need for a well-prepared, creative, yet disciplined workforce with leadership and teamwork experience.
Project-based, hands-on FIRST programs introduce students to engineering and coding in engaging, inclusive, and creative learning environments in schools and local communities, where students work collaboratively to solve an annual themed robotics challenge.
Oklahoma Odyssey of the Mind
Grades K-12 + University
For over 40 years, Odyssey of the Mind (OM) has empowered young people around the world to embrace their creativity, learn divergent-thinking skills, and contribute as part of a team to develop innovative solutions to open-ended problems.
This annual challenge event features engineering design-based competitions and exhibits that give youth a hands-on opportunity to explore problem-solving, designing, and construction of devices that accomplish tasks.