SVC Foundation College Scholarship

$5,000

December 04, 2021

Awards Available: See Description

  • Scholarship Description
  • The SVC scholarship fund is intended to further the education of any individual who is entering or is currently enrolled in a course of study related to vacuum coating technology at an accredited educational institution may apply. Preference will be given to undergraduate and graduate students whose major is engineering, physics, materials science and other fields related to vacuum coating. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • P.O. Box 1202
  • Albuquerque, NM 87184-0202
  • svcfound@gmail.com
  • 507-721-0995
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Yvenold F  on 10/29/2020 7:31:17 PM

Max Recently moved in USA about 3 years ago, since I came I've been looking for ways to get myself out of financial and living situations went to trade school trying to earn more. I thought having my professional license I'll be ok unfortunately I was wrong and realized the way I can earn more is increasing my education level. Now being blessed with a scholarship is the way that I can grinding to get out

Daniel U  on 5/26/2018 12:34:04 PM

My goal is to earn a degree in Engineering. I was accepted at a few colleges, however, I don't know if I can attend them. I am from a low-income family . My mom does the best she can to support my brother and myself, however, she is not able to pay for my college tuition. The only way I will be able to go to college is winning scholarships. I want to further my education so I will not have to struggle all my life as my mom has. Daniel U

ROBERT G  on 8/8/2016 4:04:16 PM

since when i was a little boy i had this dream of helping people by treating them,My name is Robert from Tanzania,am pleading for this scholarship to persue my dreams,by helping and working for my people,thank you and may God bless you

kaylin C  on 11/16/2015 5:11:28 PM

I will do whatever it takes to get a good education and achieve what i need to, i dont give myself a lot of credit for things but i believe that i can become a cosmetic surgeon, and one day treat my family who have cleft lip in m my country of Cambodia.

ARTHUR M  on 11/2/2015 12:43:40 AM

am pleading for this scholarship real..i need to achieve my goals

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