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According to a report by the Center on Education and the Workforce, eight million new jobs will be available in STEM-related fields by 2018. People with a bachelor's degree in a STEM major earn roughly $500,000 more over their lifetimes than non-STEM majors.
As a BW freshman, you can collaborate with faculty, work in state-of-the-art facilities and conduct research. Why wait until you are an upperclassman? Having the opportunity to gain four years of hands-on experience before you graduate sets you apart from the competition!
The Choose Ohio First STEM Scholarship Program is funded by the State of Ohio on an annual basis as part of the state's strategic effort to significantly strengthen Ohio's position in world markets such as aerospace, medicine, computer technology and alternative energy.
Choose Ohio First STEM Scholarship Program
Incoming students pursuing eligible Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) majors may apply to the Choose Ohio First STEM Scholarship Program. STEM Scholars receive financial, academic and social support, resulting in a nearly 90% retention rate.
STEM Scholars will:
- be awarded $4,700 (full-time) or $2,500 (part-time) on an annual basis for up to four years
- gain hands-on experience early in their academic careers
- receive personalized coaching from a STEM Scholar Support Specialist
- learn how to build strong social networks
- engage with business leaders
- explore innovation and entrepreneurship through academic and project-based experiences
- complete an internship
- participate in academic and social events with other STEM Scholars
- have the option of residing in the STEM Living Learning Community (indicate this preference on your housing application)
- maintain good academic standing and earn a satisfactory grade point average
Incoming freshmen, transfer, adult and veteran students who have been admitted to Baldwin Wallace and are Ohio residents are eligible to apply. Underrepresented and first-generation students are encouraged to apply.
The complete application consists of two parts: a student application and a nomination. Students and nominators may submit application materials by email, mail or fax as noted on their respective forms.
Deadlines (incoming freshmen)
Complete applications from incoming freshmen will be reviewed in three rounds or until all scholarships have been awarded:
- February 1, 2013
- March 1, 2013
- April 1, 2013
Deadlines (incoming transfer, adult and veteran students)
Complete applications from incoming transfer, adult and veteran students will be reviewed in three rounds or until all scholarships have been awarded:
- June 1, 2013
- July 1, 2013
- August 1, 2013
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