ISA Educational Foundation Scholarships

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February 15, 2022

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  • Scholarship Description
  • ISA Educational Foundation Scholarships are awarded to college or university students who demonstrate outstanding potential for long-range contribution to the fields of automation and control. Applicants must be enrolled in a two-year degree, undergraduate, or graduate program. Two-year program applicants must have completed at least 1 semester or the equivalent of 12 credit hours and four-year program applicants must be at least a sophomore at the time of application. Preference is given to students enrolled in a degree program in instrumentation, systems, automation, and closely related fields. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Scholarship Committee
  • 67 Alexander Drive
  • Research Triangle Park, NC 27709
  • info@isa.org
  • 919-549-8411
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Rubirya M  on 2/9/2016 11:42:22 AM

Investigating in science and technology, is the Basi Foundation for the Development of any developed or developing countries

LOVEMORE L  on 9/5/2015 2:15:03 AM

being given an opportunity of a scholarship will be so beneficial to me and my relatives

Cheryl E  on 9/1/2015 1:05:25 PM

This is a wonderful opportunity to have the ability to apply for this scholarship. I am currently enrolled in Bachelors of Science degree in Psychology. I achieved my Associates Degree in Human Services Management in 2010. I will be attending the University of Phoenix in October of this year. When i first attended, I didnt know where to get or how to find scholarships. After getting in debt with student loans, I've learned. Plus I'm teaching others how to find these scholarships. I appreaciate your organization for giving me this opportunity to share my story and making it possible for me to apply for this scholarship. Thank You. Cheryl E

Alhagie Bai C  on 9/1/2015 6:30:35 AM

A scholarship will really be of great help to me.

JANNIFFER K  on 7/29/2015 3:49:23 AM

kindly note that am interested in taking part in this career any assistance offered then i will appreciate alot.

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