UNCF Chevron Corporate Scholars

$15,000

July 01, 2022

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Chevron has partnered with UNCF to create the Chevron Corporate Scholars Program. This program is accepting applications from graduating high school seniors who have been accepted to an accredited four-year college or university and will begin college in fall as a college freshman. The Chevron Corporate Scholars Program is a selective scholarship program that advances higher education for passionate and determined students. The Chevron Corporate Scholars Program will award a two-year renewable scholarship for up to $15,000 (up to $7,500 freshmen year, up to $7,500 sophomore year) to highly capable future leaders who demonstrate academic achievement, strong leadership skills and an interest in the energy industry. Students accepted to this program, will participate in a comprehensive career development and readiness curriculum and will be consider for internship opportunities with Chevron the summer following both their freshmen and sophomore years of college.
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    To qualify, applicants must be a graduating high school senior planning to enroll in fall as a full-time, first-year student at an accredited U.S. located four-year college or university. Must be planning to attend college in or have a permanent address in Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi or California. Must be a citizen, legal permanent resident, or national of the United States with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 on an unweighted 4.0 scale. Must display interest in the Engineering or Computer Science. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Melissa.Jordan@uncf.org
  • 1805 Seventh St NW
  • Washington DC, DC 20001
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