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ABC Humane Wildlife Control & Prevention, Inc. Academic Scholarship

$1,000

July 01, 2020

Awards Available: 10

  • Scholarship Description
  • At ABC Wildlife, we believe diversity is critical in every scientific field from biology to chemical engineering. While women represent 48% of the American workforce, they make up only 13% of engineering professionals and a mere 7.2% in the field of mechanical engineering. Overall, women are critically underrepresented in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). As a woman-owned corporation operating in a largely male field, we understand the remarkable impact women can have. We want to pave the way for other women pursuing their dreams in the scientific world, which is why ABC Wildlife is introducing a scholarship designed to increase the number of women studying and influencing the future of science, including technology, engineering, and math (STEM). For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 1845 E. Rand Rd
  • Suite 108
  • Arlington Heights, IL 60004
  • grants@abcwildlife.com
  • tel: 847-870-7175
  • fax: 847--

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Kate Ryan  on 2/18/2020 3:21:32 PM

I am employed full time, I am a home owner and fully dedicated to furthering my education. I wish to pursue a degree in wildlife and fisheries science to work with wildlife preservation. I will be getting my bachelors degree and pursuing every avenue to make that happen.

axmed saalix  on 1/17/2020 7:47:09 PM

Thank you very much.

ROBIN S  on 12/27/2019 10:34:36 AM

I am from a single family home. I am the youngest of 7 children. My father was a September 11 survivor. He died couple years later from cancer when I was almost two years old. That why I want to be a Doctor. My mom have done a wonderful job in providing for us with her only a GED. She can not continue to help with paying for my degree. My dad had a good job at Rikers Island. He served his country and as well as his community. My mom want me to go to West Point just because my father graduate from there and it is free. I enjoyed being a cheerleader in high school and writing. if you invest in me- I will be a great Doctor on day.

Shayland C  on 11/25/2019 3:14:10 PM

Psychology is a scientific study. Would you accept this as a qualification?

Gilga Mesh  on 10/29/2019 9:45:02 AM

That moment you realize women already make up 2/3 of incoming STEM majors.

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