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Pennsylvania Engineering Foundation Scholarships

$2,000

April 15, 2019

Awards Available: 4

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Pennsylvania Engineering Foundation has granted thousands of dollars in much needed scholarship funding to engineering students.

    The Pennsylvania Engineering Foundation currently administers the following scholarships for engineering students:
    Undergraduates:
    -PEF Grant
    -Harrisburg Chapter PSPE Grant

    Upperclassman:
    -Pennsylvania Engineering Foundation Grant

    Applicants who are high school seniors must have a minimum 3.6 GPA, and a 1300 SAT Reading/Math score. Upperclassmen must submit the most recent copy of their college transcript.
  • Contact
  • PEF Scholarships
  • 908 N @nd St.
  • Harrisburg, PA 17102
  • tel: 717-441-6051
  • fax: 717-236-2046

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Leah B  on 1/22/2015 1:58:19 PM

I am a Senior at Western Beaver JR/SR High School. I will graduate with a 5.0 GPA, #1 in my class. I am interested in pursuing a career as a Mechanical Engineer. I would like to attend Penn State Beaver Campus for the first two years, then transfer to Penn State Main. Thank you for your consideration in this very important scholarship opportunity.

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