The AMAC Foundation has awarded over $350,000 in scholarships to college students since 1998. The available scholarships are:The Aviation and Professional Development Scholarship is awarded to students who demonstrates an interest in pursuing an aviation related career and seek a major in Aviation, Business Administration, Accounting, Architecture, Engineering, Communications, Finance, Civil / Chemical / Structural / Mechanical / Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Environmental Science. The AMAC Legacy Scholarship is awarded to students, family member or mentee of an AMAC member. https://www.amac-org.com/foundation/scholarships/
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Have questions about what classes to take? Need some advice? Contact Meg Griffin during her online office hours.
The Central States Water Environment Association (CSWEA) & Global Water Stewardship (GWS) Student Design Competition will be held on Monday, April 6, 2020 in Madison, WI. Please see the attached files for details, categories, and the Problem Statement.
SOAR is a UIUC program that serves the Champaign Latino community. Undergrad volunteers essentially help bilingual students with their homework after school. Speaking Spanish is not a requirement to volunteer.
There are a number of great programs affiliated with the University that help young students (of all backgrounds) in the Chambana community, and STEM representation in those programs can be really important for kids.