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Engineering Student Incentive Award for High School Seniors

To encourage the study of engineering, the Chicago Engineers’ Foundation of the Union League Club offers incentive awards of $800 to Chicago high school graduating seniors who have been admitted to an engineering program at an accredited college of engineering and who intend to enroll in the upcoming fall semester. This award is renewable throughout the student’s four years of college provided that the student remains in good standing in an engineering program. Students may receive about $5,000 in incentive awards during their college careers.


Each application must include a current transcript showing ACT or SAT scores, a copy of a letter of acceptance to an accredited college/university engineering program. The application must be endorsed by the school guidance councilor or principal. Please do not send an application without providing all of the information requested. Winners of the awards and a guest will be invited to a reception at the Union League Club of Chicago, where the awards will be presented.

Applications are available online and should be sent to:
Executive Director
Chicago Engineers’ Foundation of the Union League of Chicago
65 W. Jackson Blvd.
Chicago, IL 60604-3598

Applications will also be accepted by email if sent to awards@chicagoengineersfoundation.org

For further information contact your school guidance counselor or info@chicagoengineersfoundation.org

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