Hyundai Women In Stem Scholarship!
Are you a high school senior or college undergraduate who identifies as female, resides in the United States, and wishes to pursue a STEM-related field of education? If so, you might consider applying for the Hyundai Women in STEM Scholarship! Each year, the scholarship awards $10,000 to five applicants who submit the most thoughtful 500+ word essays on how they plan to “promote positive shifts toward sustainability” in their particular STEM field. If you’re passionate about STEM, sustainability, and reducing college debt, we encourage you to apply!
Hyundai exists to create a more rewarding journey possible for everyone by investing in the future of women in STEM disciplines who will help shape it. We can all look forward to a better tomorrow if we take big moves toward technology, sustainable mobility, and autonomy.
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Benefit of the Hyundai Women In Stem Scholarship
- Scholarship value $10,000
- Education Expenses
Eligibility of the Hyundai Women In Stem Scholarship
- Females only
- No Age Limit
- At least 18 years of age, or 16 years of age with the consent of a parent and/or legal guardian.
- who identify as female, who are legal residents of the fifty (50) United States and the District of Columbia,.
How to apply for the Hyundai Women In Stem Scholarship
- Write a 500-word essay explaining why you choose a STEM-related field for your future.
- Put your essay in a Google doc and label it with your name and year in a university program (2020 graduating high school seniors are eligible).
- Submit your application using the online form and include a link to your essay.
- Entries must: (a) be original to you and not previously published or submitted to any other contest, sweepstakes, or promotion (and you must own or control the copyright to your Entry and have sufficient rights to submit the work to this Scholarship Contest and grant permission to the Sponsor to use the Entry, as described below); (b) be appropriate for general audiences and not offensive, obscene, defamatory, or illegal; and (c) not contain any personally identifiable information. Any information or data that might potentially be used to identify a specific individual, such as a full name, social security number, driver’s license number, or email address, is considered personally identifiable information.
Deadline for the Scholarship