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The Rossiter Family Scholarship On Behalf of William J. Rizzo, Jr.

$10,000

December 02, 2020

Awards Available: 1

  • Scholarship Description
  • The Rossiter Family Scholarship is offered for the benefit of women and minority students currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program in civil or environmental engineering. This scholarship has a total value of $10,000 which will be awarded to one eligible student this year.

    Applications may be submitted online or by mail. Please click the links above to access the online or paper version of the application. Online applications must be submitted no later than December 2nd at 11:59pm. Mailed submissions must be postmarked no later than December 2d.

    To be eligible for The Rossiter Family Scholarship you must be a women or racial or ethnic minority student currently enrolled in an ABET accredited undergraduate or graduate program in civil or environmental engineering. Applicants must be residents of Massachusetts and attend a college or university in Massachusetts. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • The Engineering Center Education Trust
  • One Walnut Street
  • Boston, MA 02108
  • tecet@engineers.org
  • tel: 617-227-5551
  • fax: 617-227-6783

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