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West Virginia Engineering Science and Technology Scholarship Program

The West Virginia Engineering, Science and Techonology Scholarship is designed to enable and ecourage academically talented individuals to pursue careers in the fields of engineering, science and technology in West Virginia.


Scholarships, not to exceed $3,000 per academic year, are awarded on the basis of academic qualifications and interest in the fields of engineering, science and technology.

Recipients must sign an agreement that within one year after ceasing to be a full-time student to begin working full-time in an engineering, science or technology field in West Virginia for the duration of one year for each year the scholarship was received. If the recipient fails to fulfill the work obligation, they must be willing to repay the scholarship recieved plus interest.

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