National Space Club Keynote Scholarships

$10,000

December 02, 2018

Awards Available: 1

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Provided to a high school senior, undergraduate or graduate student with definite plans to pursue a career in the science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) fields.

    Eligibility:
    -Must be a U.S. citizen
    -The scholarship is open to seniors in high school through graduate students
    -The applicant must have the intention of pursuing a career in the STEM fields and plan to attend an accredited U.S college or university to follow a course of study to pursue a career in the STEM field, with a preference for those with space related interests
    -The applicant can only use the $10,000 scholarship towards tuition for the coming academic year
    -The applicant must not have previously spoken at the Robert H. Goddard Memorial Dinner
    -The applicant may apply for any of the scholarships offered by the National Space Club (Robert H. Goddard Memorial Scholarship, Olin E Teague Scholarship, Keynote Scholarship) in the same year, but may only win one in the same year

    In addition:
    -Completed application and video must be uploaded to the National Space Club website
    -If chosen to continue, the recipient must be available to speak with the NSC executive committee for a live audition via Skype on January 6th
    -The recipient must be available to speak at the Goddard Memorial Dinner. Travel and lodging for the recipient and one guest will be provided by the National Space Club
    -Scholarship check will be provided to the college or university made payable to the applicable college or university no later than June 1st of next year
    -Non-recipients will not be notified. Applicants may check our website for announcement of the scholarship winner

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 204 E Street NE
  • Washington, DC 20002
  • scholarship@spaceclub.org
  • 202-547-0060

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7/5/2017 6:13:28 PM

This would be a great fit for my son who is entering his Senior year in high school this fall. He is enrolled in the STEM program at his high school and plans to attend a college where he can pursue his degree in Aerospace Engineering.

11/30/2015 1:52:00 PM

As a parent of an existing STEM program student, this scholarship could very well help refine my sons path in his pursuit of a Mathematics degree.

11/16/2015 7:54:21 PM

I am very interested in this scholarship for two good reasons. For one, I am majoring in CS. And two, I love astronomy in general.

5/17/2015 11:00:26 AM

I am in the STEM program so i think its a good fit for me

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