Monday, July 5, 2010

STEM Fellowships for College Students (Deadline: 7/15/2010)

The National Minority STEM Fellowship Program (NMSFP) is a two-year fellowship funded by the US Department of Energy and administered by the Educational Advancement Alliance (EAA). EAA will support dozens of fellows who are starting or continuing in Master's level programs in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) at colleges and universities in Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania or Washington DC.

The NMSFP will provide a stipend of $18,000 per year and tuition support up to $20,500 per year ($77,000 maximum over a two-year period). Applicants must be US citizens and should be permanent residents of Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, or Washington DC. Individuals from cultural, racial, geographic, and socio-economic backgrounds that are currently underrepresented in graduate education are encouraged to participate in the fellowship program.

There are 30 fellowship slots currently available for Fall 2010. If you are aware of any students who may be interested and eligible for the NMSFP, please contact:

Sheronda Rae Ball, MSS, MLSP
Program Director
Educational Advancement Alliance, Inc.
4548 Market Street-Suite LL-04
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19139
Office Phone Numbers: (215) 243-4141 or (215) 895-4003

I hope that some of our HSCC Alumni will consider applying for this unique STEM fellowship opportunity!

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