Howard Bernstein Scholarship Fund

$6,000

January 15, 2020

Awards Available: 5

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Howard Bernstein Scholarship Fund provides scholarships to students who possess a commitment to the material handling, logistics and/or supply chain industry. Scholarship awards range from $1,500 to $6,000 and must be used for costs relating to tuition, fees, and books associated with attending school full-time. Students enrolled full time at a qualified four-year school in bachelors, masters or doctoral program are eligible to apply, as well as students from two-year, post-secondary schools (e.g. junior, community or technical colleges) who have completed a minimum of two years of study and have been accepted as a transfer student to a target four-year baccalaureate program at a qualified school in the United States. Bachelors students must be classified as a junior or senior in the fall term to be eligible. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 8720 Red Oak Blvd.
  • Suite 201
  • Charlotte, NC 28217
  • dvarner@mhi.org
  • tel: 704-714-8731
  • fax: 704-676-1199

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Matt D  on 2/24/2018 9:40:24 PM

I cannot locate from the information provided on this search engine for Engineering scholarships, the website and locaion of the application for the Howard Berstein Scholarship. Please advie, Thank you,' Matt Dial

naod h  on 12/20/2015 8:44:29 AM

Hi, my name is Naod Assayehegn Haile. I live in Asmara Eritrea, which is found in the horn of Africa. I am student in electrical and electronic engineering at Eritrea institute of technology (E.I.T). From high school I graduated with high school degree with 3.8 GPA. And get the opportunity to go to college. Now I am fourth year student taking the electrical and electronic engineering with cumulative GPA of 3.78 and losing hope at my dream. What I am saying is, ever since high school I always want study engineering in electronic and electrical and astronomical .But here in Eritrea we don’t have college for astronomy so I decided to go with electrical and electronic engineering. I was so excited to take that department at that moment. Even I started it with GPA of 4.0.But after that the department was left without teachers and most of the time the whole country goes black down (no power at all).About the teachers we have only the graduate assistant, who passed the same way we are now and other courses, the head department told us it is up to us to cover it and about the exam they bring questions from the international universities or colleges like yours anyway I am so impressed with your questions. Even the graduate assistant all run away to the neighboring country like Ethiopia, Sudan because they get no salary. If we give comments about the condition of our department the only answer we get is none of your business. That is ok because they are teaching us for free using the people money. And to see things what we have learned in class in practical in the lab, we can’t because of no power. For two year we never been in lab.if u want to make research we don’t have full internet access at the campus. It is only like 500MB for the whole college students. Now I feel that I am wasting my time for nothing. If I left the college, I have no choice but to go to military. My friends left the collage when we were second year, but I watch them get suffered in the military, the

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