Engineering - CME - Boeing Scholarship

Boeing’s collaboration with universities, such as Cal Poly Pomona, is designed to inspire and cultivate a global workforce for aerospace innovation by increasing access to education, accelerating skills development and enriching the educational experience for engineering students. Boeing proudly supports engineering students through academic scholarships. The CME Boeing Scholarships are awarded to students majoring in Chemical & Materials Engineering.

Selection Criteria for Fall 2020:

  • Open to all class level entering first time and continuing (Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior)
  • Must be majoring in Chemical & Materials Engineering
  • GPA college cumulative should be greater than or equal to 3.0
  • Must be enrolled full-time (12 or more units) for the fall and spring semester of 2020-2021 AY
  • Provide a list of activities involvements, honors and awards, research experience or work experience. (Please list them in chronological order and title them)
  • Submit a Personal statement no more than 100 words, what uniquely distinguishes and qualifies you for this award (Do not include your name)

Should you have any questions, please contact Norma De La Llata at nedelallata@cpp.edu, in the College of Engineering.

Scholarship disbursement is contingent upon completion of the following: (a) Write and submit a formal ‘Thank You’ letter (via upload to Academic Works); and (b) Participate in the “College of Engineering Scholarship Conferral Luncheon,” May 14, 2020; 11:30AM–1:00PM; Ursa Minor (held on Thursday, students are expected to participate at minimum, 12:00PM–1:00PM).

To begin the application process, please complete your general application first, then proceed to search this scholarship in the “Opportunities >> Ours” tab and click on APPLY.

Award
$1,000.00
Deadline
04/15/2020
Supplemental Questions
  1. Please type in your PERSONAL STATEMENT (100 words or less) What uniquely distinguishes and qualifies you for this award?
  2. Please upload your ACTIVITIES List: school activities that you have been involved in, including length of participation and offices held. HONORS AND AWARDS: List all your scholastic achievements, honors and awards achieved since high school (community college and/or university). RESEARCH EXPERIENCE: (List ANY research experience, e.g., EGR 481, 482 and CHE 463; McNair Scholar experience, volunteer research experience, etc.) WORK EXPERIENCE (including paid research experience on or off campus) Employer, Job title, length of employment and briefly describe duties.