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FTC Team Scholarship News - February

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FTC Team Scholarship News - February

Post by Admin on Fri Feb 19, 2010 5:05 pm

*** See the special messages from some of our FIRST Scholarship Providers at the end of this email ***
Greetings Teams,

Don’t forget that there are lots of FIRST Scholarships whose application deadlines are coming up soon. So be sure to go to www.usfirst.org/scholarships and follow the link to the 2010 FIRST Scholarship Opportunities. Here you will find over 428 individual scholarship opportunities offered by over 96 scholarship providers to FTC students. These scholarships now total $7.8 Million!

New or Recently Confirmed Scholarships:

SUNY Potsdam (NY) – is offering a $1,000/year scholarship, renewable up to $4,000, to one senior for any course of study. (Deadline 3/15)
William Paterson University – has confirmed its renewable merit scholarship, ranging between $4,000 and $11,000 per year, for one senior. (Deadline 2/15)
Changes to Existing Scholarships:
Arizona State University – has changed its application deadline from March 20th to March 19th and has a new link to its on-line application. (Deadline 3/19)
Nuts, Bolts & Thingamajigs, The Foundation of FMS, Intl. – has made changes to the eligibility requirements for their $3,000 or $5,000 scholarships. (Deadline 4/1)
Seniors: These scholarships have application deadlines soon:
University of Toronto (2/19)
Southern California Regional Robotics Forum (SCRRF) (2/25)Bradley University (3/1)
California State University Northridge (3/1)
College for Creative Studies (3/1)
Colorado State University (3/1)
DePaul University (3/1)Drexel University (3/1)Georgia Institute of Technology (3/1)
Lake Superior State University (3/1)
Lawrence Technological University (3/1)Molloy College (3/1)Montclair State University (3/1)New Mexico State University/Boeing (3/1)
Plymouth State University (3/1)Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology (3/1)Saint Vincent College (3/1)Sweet Briar College (3/1)Temple University (3/1)University of Hartford (3/1)
University of Minnesota/PTC (3/1)University of Missouri (3/1)University of New Hampshire/BAE Systems (3/1)University of South Florida (3/1)Team 1649 - EMS (3/4)Penn State/BAE Systems (3/5)Worcester Polytechnic Institute - Design Innovation Scholarship (3/Cool
Worcester Polytechnic Institute - Paul Allaire Future Engineering Leadership Scholarship (3/8)Hofstra University (3/12)SUNY Potsdam (3/15)University of Illinois at Chicago (3/15)University of Washington/Boeing (3/15)University of Wisconsin-Madison (3/15)Arizona State University (3/19)Check out the

2010 FIRST Scholarship Offerings right now at:
www.usfirst.org/scholarshipsearch.aspx

Remember to keep checking the website for new and updated information. Hint: you can sort the scholarship list by clicking on the Date Posted column header and look at any new or updated listings since the date you last visited the site.

Scholarship Advice
Remember that some scholarships go unawarded because no one applies for them. If you fit the eligibility requirements for a scholarship, go for it!
Pay attention to those application deadline dates.
What if you have just missed the application deadline date? Call the school or organization and ask if they will accept a late application. Some schools will accept applications even after the deadline date. It certainly can’t hurt to ask!
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*** The following special messages are from some of our FIRST Scholarship Providers and may contain links to the provider’s web site. Note that if you click on a hot link below, you will be outside the realm of the FIRST email community and you may be giving that organization the right to communicate with you via email. ***
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Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI)

“WPI has been the perfect extension for my FIRST involvement, and allows me to stay involved in FIRST programs while preparing for a successful career as an engineer.”
- Stephanie Hoag, WPI Allaire Scholarship recipient, Class of 2012

Again in 2010, Worcester Polytechnic Institute will award both the WPI Allaire and WPI Design Innovation Scholarships to FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) or FIRST Technical Challenge (FTC) team student participants. Please remind any high school seniors on your team of WPI’s scholarship opportunities for FIRST participants! The scholarship application deadline is March 8th.

Additionally, in celebration of the first FRC Regional Competition to be held at WPI, WPI and SolidWorks will offer two scholarships totaling $15,000 to seniors participating in the WPI Regional, as well as a one-time $2,500 scholarship to each member of the Chairman’s Award-winning team.

For full details about the WPI/FIRST scholarships go to: http://www.admissions.wpi.edu/Costs/scholarships.html. Send questions to: admissions@wpi.edu.

_ _ _ _ _Go Teams!

FIRST TM (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology)
http://www.usfirst.org/roboticsprograms/ftc/default.aspx?id=968

Being a Gracious Professional involves respecting yourself, your team, other teams, and everyone around you. It is a way of doing things with a competitive spirit, without making anyone feel like a loser. Gracious Professionalism is a way of interacting with other people respectfully, doing excellent work, and promoting teamwork and appreciation of others.
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