The Science Ambassador Scholarship aims to empower and recognize the academic contributions of women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). To apply, prospective candidates are required to create a three-minute educational video showcasing their passion for a STEM topic. The scholarship emphasizes creativity, accuracy, and a demonstrable enthusiasm for the chosen subject.
- The Science Ambassador Scholarship offers a unique platform for women in STEM to showcase their knowledge and passion. Key details include:
- Application Method: Create a three-minute educational video on a STEM topic of personal interest.
- Video Content: The video should resemble a mini-lecture, not a personal statement. It must be clear, creative, accurate, and demonstrate the applicant's passion for the subject.
- Production Value: While production value is not a factor, clarity and creativity are emphasized.
- STEM Topics: The video can cover any STEM topic, irrespective of the applicant's field of study.
- Scientific Accuracy: Emphasize scientific accuracy, and cite sources if applicable.
- Public Upload: Upload the video to YouTube and mark it as "public".
To be eligible for the Science Ambassador Scholarship, applicants must meet the following criteria:
- Open to high school seniors and undergraduate college students.
- Identify as a woman in a way that is significant to them.
- Plan to attend college full-time in the United States during the academic year following the award.
- Be seeking an undergraduate degree in a STEM field.
- Have STEM as their major field of study (not minor).
- Film a three-minute educational video on a STEM topic.
- Ensure the video is clear, creative, accurate, and demonstrates passion for the subject.
- Upload the video to YouTube and mark it "public".
- Provide information about your identity as a woman and your intended full-time enrollment in a U.S. college pursuing an undergraduate STEM degree.
Embrace the opportunity to become a Science Ambassador by sharing your passion and knowledge in a three-minute educational video. Elevate your voice in STEM and contribute to the diverse landscape of women making a difference in science, technology, engineering, and math.