PLTW Student Opportunities Roundup

Learn about a few of the many exciting opportunities currently available to PLTW students:

Lockheed Martin STEM Scholarship Program

  • What? Lockheed Martin offers a scholarship program that will award $10,000 scholarships – renewable each year – to 200 students.
  • When? Students may apply now through March 12, 2020.
  • Where? Apply online.
  • Who? The scholarship program is open to students enrolling in an accredited four-year college or university to study engineering or computer science who can demonstrate financial need.
  • Questions? Find more information here.

Chevron/SWE Scholarship Program

  • What? Chevron has partnered with the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) Scholarship Program, which provides financial assistance for community college, baccalaureate, or graduate students preparing for careers in engineering, engineering technology, and computer science.
  • When? Registration is open now and closes Feb. 14, 2020 for sophomores through graduate students. Registration opens March 1, 2020 and closes May 1, 2020 for freshmen.
  • Where? Apply online here.
  • Who? The scholarship program is open to current community college, baccalaureate, or graduate students who identify as female/woman.
  • Questions? Learn more here

Chevron/AISES Scholarship Program

  • What? Chevron has partnered with the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES), which provides a wide range of scholarship opportunities to help students prepare for STEM careers.
  • When? Registration is open now and closes March 31, 2020.   
  • Where? Apply online here.
  • Who? The scholarship program is open to AISES student members.
  • Questions? Learn more here

TEAMS Nationwide Competition

  • What? The Technology Student Association (TSA) will host its three-part engineering competition – Tests of Engineering Aptitude Math and Science (TEAMS) – at competition sites nationwide. All PLTW students receive a 30 percent discount on the TEAMS registration fee.
  • When? Registration is open now. The competition takes place Feb. 5 to Mar. 8, 2020.
  • Where? Register online here.
  • Who? Open to all middle school and high school students.
  • Questions? Learn more here

Apprenticeship Finder

  • What? The U.S. Department of Labor offers a searchable database for individuals seeking opportunities to start their career and build their skillset through apprenticeship.
  • When? Anytime.
  • Where? Search online.
  • Who? Apprentice qualifications vary by position.
  • Questions? Visit the Apprenticeship Finder.

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