WMMIA Engineering Consortium Grants

West Michigan Minorities In Architecture and Engineering Consortium (WMMIAEC) is pleased to offer four educational assistance grants each academic year in the amount of $1,000 each. Grant applications are reviewed quarterly, and we are always accepting applications for the next academic year! To qualify for this grant you must be a minority or a female.



WMMIAEC is dedicated to increasing the number of qualified ethnic minority and women in Consulting Engineering throughout West Michigan. Our program includes financial educational assistance for those individuals pursuing a two-year technical or four-year professional degree in an area used within the Consulting Engineering profession as well as internship opportunities with a Consortium member firm for those individuals who have completed their core study requirements (usually a college junior and above).

For more information about this award, please visit:

http://www.wmmiaec.org

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