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Scholarships & Financial Aid for STEM Education

We believe supporting young minds is one of the best ways to shape the future. So we wanted to create a resource for students who are looking to pursue their dream careers in technology. STEM(science, technology, engineering, mathematics) careers continue to be some of the most in-demand and highest-paying out there, but earning the required degree to qualify for these careers can be expensive. Fortunately, with independent scholarships, students can lower the financial burden of tuition without taking out loans. In this guide, you’ll find a list of current STEM scholarships & grants that can help make college more affordable.

  • American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Awards

    AIAA Foundation

    Amount: $500 to $10,000 (undergrad); $1,000 to $5,000 (graduate)

    A variety of undergraduate scholarships and graduate awards for AIAA student members in good standing. Requirements will vary by scholarship or award, but an applicant's education plan must provide entrance into a science or engineering field encompassed by the AIAA.

    Deadline: January 31

    Learn more or apply
  • American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Scholarships


    Amount: $2,500 to $5,000

    The ASCE offers 8 undergraduate scholarship opportunities for students studying civil engineering or closely related fields. Some scholarships are specific to a certain area of civil engineering. Applicant must be a current ASCE student member.

    Deadline: February 10

    Learn more or apply
  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Scholarships


    Amount: $1,500 to $13,000

    Over 60 scholarships in a wide array of amounts are available to both undergraduate and graduate students studying mechanical engineering or a closely related field. Open to current ASME student members in good standing.

    Deadline: March 1

    Learn more or apply
  • Astronaut Scholarship Foundation (ASF) Scholarship in Science and Technology


    Amount: $10,000

    Available to students working toward a degree in engineering, applied or natural science, and plan to pursue research after graduation. Students are nominated by faculty members at their schools. To be nominated students must be in at least their second year of studies at one of the 40 eligible colleges, and have conducted extensive lab and research work in their chosen field.

    Deadline: Student nominations due to Vice Provost for Undergraduate Programs by the end of January.

    Learn more or apply
  • LabRoots STEM Scholarships


    Amount: $2,000 to $3,000

    Merit-based scholarship opportunities for undergraduate and graduate STEM students awarded two times a year. Open to students both within and outside the U.S. Applicants need to provide an education/research proposal(max 4000 characters).

    Deadline: November 30 (Fall) and May 1 (Spring)

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  • National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) Stem Scholarships


    Amount: $1,000

    Open to high school senior NSHSS members who plan to pursue a degree in a STEM major, including any area related to the medical field. Applicants need to submit a 500-word personal statement on the subject of why they have selected their intended STEM major and future career plans.

    Deadline: April 1

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  • NextStepU STEM Scholarship


    Amount: $1,500

    Scholarship awarded 3 times a year to students interested in pursuing STEM degrees. Students must be registered users of NextStepU.com, and submit a short (150-250 word) essay explaining their interest in a STEM education.

    Deadline: Continuous

    Learn more or apply
  • STEM Teacher Graduate Scholarships


    Amount: $2,500 to $5,000

    Available to both undergrad and graduate students pursuing a career in teaching STEM. Applicants pursuing a credential or licensure must have completed a B.S. or graduate degree in a STEM major.

    Deadline: April 13

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Scholarships & Financial Aid for STEM Education


  • Association for Women in Aviation Maintenance (AWAM) Scholarships


    Amount: $350 to $12,000

    The AWAM sponsors a broad array of scholarship opportunities for women seeking an education in the field of aviation maintenance and technology. Specific requirements vary for each scholarship. Students can apply for up to 3 AWAM scholarships opportunities.

    Deadline: November 1

    Learn more or apply
  • BHW Women in STEM Scholarship


    Amount: $3,000

    This scholarship is open to all women pursuing a degree in STEM. Students are asked to submit a 500 to 800 word essay on one of the following subjects: your favorite app and what you like about it, or a time an app played a significant role in improving your day.

    Deadline: April 15

    Learn more or apply
  • Davis Scholarship for Women in STEM

    Davis Scholarship

    Amount: $5,000

    Developed to encourage minority women to pursue a career in STEM. This scholarship is pen to non-freshman undergrads currently enrolled full-time at a United Negro College Fund member school. Priority is given to students from Massachusetts, but all eligible U.S. residents are eligible and encouraged to apply.

    Deadline: June 9

    Learn more or apply
  • Engineering and Technical Science Achievement Scholarship

    Engineering and Technical Science

    Amount: $500 to $2,500

    A scholarship available to all women currently enrolled in an undergraduate engineering or technical science degree program at an ABET-accredited or Alpha Omega Epsilon National Foundation-approved institution. Applicants are required to not be receiving education funds from another organization.

    Deadline: February 15

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  • Science Ambassador Scholarship

    Science Ambassador

    Amount: Full tuition

    This full-tuition scholarship is awarded to a high school senior or undergraduate student pursuing a STEM degree. Applicants are required to submit a “mini-lecture” video (max 3 minutes) on a STEM topic.

    Deadline: December 11

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  • Society of Women Engineers (SWE) Scholarships


    Amount: $1,000 to $15,000

    SWE sponsors a wide variety of scholarships, including non-traditional awards, for women pursuing undergraduate and graduate degrees in computers, engineering, or technology at an ABET-accredited school. Awards are available to both SWE members and non-members, although some scholarships require SWE membership.

    Deadline: May 1 (freshmen), February 15 (sophomores through graduate students)

    Learn more or apply


  • American Association of Blacks in Energy (AABE) Scholarships


    Amount: Varies

    A variety of scholarship opportunities are available to graduating high school seniors from historically underrepresented minorities who intend to pursue education in STEM-related disciplines. Applications are submitted to the local AABE chapters for local scholarship awards, with top-ranked applicants forwarded to the National Scholarship Committee for consideration of the regional and national awards.

    Deadline: February 3

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  • Brown and Caldwell Minority Scholarship

    Brown and Caldwell Minority

    Amount: $5,000

    This award is available to a full-time junior or senior undergraduate, or a graduate student, with a declared major in civil, chemical or environmental engineering, or one of the environmental sciences. Students who apply must identify as a member of a minority group.

    Deadline: April 30

    Learn more or apply
  • Generation Google Scholarship

    Generation Google

    Amount: $10,000 USD (U.S. students), $5,000 CAD (Canada students)

    Open to students from a historically underrepresented group (African American, Hispanic, American Indian, or Filipino/Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander). Students who apply are required to be currently enrolled in college, or a high school senior intending to enroll, in a U.S. or Canada degree program in computer engineering, computer science, or a closely related technical field.

    Deadline: December 11

    Learn more or apply
  • Google Lime Scholarship

    Google Lime

    Amount: $10,000 USD (U.S. students), $5,000 CAD (Canada students)

    The scholarship is available to students currently pursuing an undergraduate, graduate, or PhD degree in computer science, computer engineering, or closely related technical field. Applicants who apply must have, or consider him or herself to have, a visible or invisible disability.

    Deadline: December 10

    Learn more or apply
  • Procter & Gamble STEM Scholarship

    Procter & Gamble

    Amount: Up to $5,000

    Undergraduate scholarship for students pursuing a degree in a STEM-related major. Students applying must be of black heritage, and a U.S. citizen or permanent resident attending, or planning to attend, an accredited four-year college or university.

    Deadline: June 15

    Learn more or apply
  • United Negro College Fund (UNCF) Scholars Program


    Amount: $2,500 (freshmen/sophomores); $5,000 (juniors/seniors); $5,000 (students who require fifth year of study)

    The UNCF offers 100 awards each year to African American students who are pursuing their undergraduate STEM degrees. Applicants are required to have a demonstrated financial and unmet need, and show a readiness and commitment to pursue their STEM degree program.

    Deadline: January 16

    Learn more or apply



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