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Intel Scholarship For Employees' And Retirees' Children

$4,000

January 16, 2022

Awards Available: 400

  • Scholarship Description
  • The Andy Grove Scholarship for Intel Employees' Children is a competitive scholarship program where scholarships totaling approximately 1.4 million dollars will be awarded annually in the following countries or sites; Argentina, Australia, Bangladesh, Brazil, Canada, China, Costa Rica, Egypt, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, Pakistan, Philippines, Poland, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, United States, United Kingdom, Vietnam. The Andy Grove Scholarship for Intel Employees' Children is a competitive scholarship program where scholarships totaling approximately 1.4 million dollars will be awarded annually in the following countries or sites; Argentina, Australia, Bangladesh, Brazil, Canada, China, Costa Rica, Egypt, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, Pakistan, Philippines, Poland, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, United States, United Kingdom, Vietnam. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • intel@scholarshipamerica.org
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Ngoc Diem Quynh  on 2/3/2021 9:40:21 PM

Hi, My name is Ngoc Diem Quynh Nguyen. I want to apply for this scholarship, as I want to pursue my study in the USA. I got here lonely, and I really need the tuition loans to help me study in the USA. My parents cannot afford enough for me, so I might stop studying if I did not have the tuition. It is a nightmare to me, so I get stress and psychological illness sometimes. It caused me hardly sleep and worry. I promised all the money I received will be spent on my study, as now nothing is more important than it. Thank you for this opportunity and I really hope I can receive it .

Patricia Decena  on 1/30/2021 8:02:08 AM

Hi! I'm Patricia Anne M. Decena. I'm already 3rd year college and I am applying this scholarship to continue my studies. I am from Philippines. I am taking Bachelor of Science in Accountancy and I hope you can choose me as one of your scholars. It would really mean a lot to me, I really want to pursue my dreams and someday become an Accountant. Thank you so much.

Pozzani B  on 1/14/2021 6:14:13 AM

My name is Bruno Andreazzi Pozzani, and I am a Brazilian Freshman in College. I am applying for The Andy Grove Scholarship with the purpose of helping my family. In Brazil, the currency is much lower than the dollar, and my parents are working extremely hard so that I could continue my education. I have also been working, but it is not enough. Since the Brazilian currency "real" went down, my parents have been having a tough time keeping up with the expenses. I came to the United States with two dreams: learn English, and get an American degree. I hope to be able to complete both. Thank you so much for the opportunity, and I hope to hear from you soon.

Charmae B.Quijote  on 1/10/2021 10:20:50 PM

I'm charmae B. Quijote from the philippines. Im a senior high and i am consistent top in my school from elementary to senior high. I want to continue my studies so i can reach my dream and help my family. Only my single mom raised us with my ither two siblings.

Samya W  on 12/30/2020 9:02:27 PM

My name is Samya Williams im currently a freshman in college. I am applying for this scholarship in order to further my studies in education. This could help me take out less in student loans and prevent the financial aid gap. This will allow me to focus on my studies during the week without having to worry about earning extra money. I would continue to work in the weekdays but not as much as I usually would. Rather work around my school schedule to focus solely on my school work. The money I’m making will be used to cover any living expenses I may owe, any extra is strictly for school. Thank you so much for opportunity hope to hear from you soon.

Beshoy L  on 12/20/2020 8:49:08 PM

I'm Beshoy Labib and I'm Egyptian. I am a senior and I want to apply for this scholarship because I can't afford college expenses and trying to apply for some scholarships to help me out in achieving my dream and be a doctor.

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