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Arab American Association of Engineers and Architects (AAAEA) Scholarship Program

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September 15, 2020

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Award of a scholarship is presented to a full time undergraduate or graduate student in the field of engineering, architecture, or computer science/ information technology with preference to undergraduate students. The objective is to promote engineering, architecture, and computer science/ information technology as worthy professions and to foster stronger ties between the Association and the Arab American Community.
    The number and value of the scholarship(s) will be decided every year based on the amount raised by the Education and Career Enhancement Committee for this purpose and will be presented at a function of the Association.
    Applicants must be a current Student Member of AAAEA - Capital Area or a child of a current member of the association. Interested students can join AAAEA before the application deadlines by visiting us at www.aaaeacapital.com. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 6801 Oak Hall Lane
  • Columbia, MD 21045
  • aaaeadc@aaaeadc.com

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