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Pennsylvania Engineering Foundation Scholarships

The Pennsylvania Engineering Foundation currently administers the following undergraduate engineering scholarships:

- Two $2,000 Pennsylvania Engineering Foundation (PEF) Grants
- Two $1,000 Professional Engineers in Private Practice Grants
- Two $1,000 Harrisburg Chapter PSPE Grants

Scholarships are one-time grants issued for freshmen attending their first semester in the fall at an ABET-accredited engineering program in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. To be eligible for this award, student must:
- Be a Pennsylvania resident
- Have a minimum SAT Math score of 700
- Have a minimum SAT Verbal score of 600
- Have a minimum minimum GPA of 3.6

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