Engineering Students: Steel Industry Scholarships

American Iron and Steel Institute To Hand Out $20,000


The Association for Iron and Steel Technology Foundation has recently announced the addition of a new student scholarship to its already rich list of student scholarship programs. In partnership with the American Iron and Steel Institute, the AISTF will hand out the AISI/AIST Foundation Premier Scholarship in 2008. This $20,000 award (2-$10,000 gifts paid over two years) promises to recognize a top-notch student in a metallurgy or materials science major. The secondary purpose of the scholarship is to boost interest in the American steel industry and to encourage academic studies in the field.

Eligible students must be:

  • Currently enrolled in a “technical engineering” degree program with a GPA of 3.0
  • Open to a paid internship in the steel industry in summer 2009.
  • Committed to a career in the field or in a related academic field.

How to apply:

  • Complete the application form.
  • Attach a professional resume.
  • Write an essay that offers a cogent argument for your career and educational choices, particularly focused on your career intentions in the steel industry.
  • Attach a college transcript and a letter of recommendation from faculty.

**For complete scholarship and submission details visit the website.

Deadline for scholarship submissions is March 2, 2008.

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