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ASSE Foundation Undergraduate Scholarships - 2014

Most undergraduate awards are for full-time students (enrolled in 12 hours or more per semester) pursing an undergraduate degree in occupational safety & health or a closely related field.

  • Those that apply to part-time students (less than 12 hours per semester) are noted with a ☼
  • Those that apply to students pursuing an associate degree are noted with a ▲.  Please refer to FAQ's for more information on requirements. 
  • U.S. citizenship is not required.  In some cases, it is preferred.
  • Special restrictions are listed under each award.

Alaska Chapter Scholarship ▲:

  • One award at $1,000
  • Priority given to Alaska chapter members attending UAA, Alaska residents or students residing in Region I. 
     
    America Responds Memorial Scholarship:
  • One award at $1,000
  • Students who have experience working as an Emergency Responder will have priority on this award. 
  • Student must be a U.S. citizen.

Applications International Corporation Scholarship:

  • Nine awards at $2,500 each
  • Priority will be given to students that have served in the military.

ASSE Construction Safety Scholarship:

  • One award at $2,000
  • Priority will be given to students with an emphasis in construction safety, and enrolled in an ABET accredited OSH program.

ASSE Diversity Committee Scholarship:

  • One award at $1,000
  • This award is open to any individual regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, religion, personal beliefs, age, sexual orientation, physical challenges, geographic location, university or specific area of study.

ASSE Foundation Military Service Scholarship:

  • One award at $1,000
  • Students that have served in the military will have priority on this award.

ASSE Member Get a Member Scholarship:

  • One award at $2,500

ASSE Oklahoma City Chapter Scholarship:

  • One award at $1,000
  • Students attending University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond, OK will have priority.

Bechtel Group Foundation Scholarship for Safety & Health:

  • Two awards at $5,500 each
  • Priority will be given to students with an emphasis in construction safety attending Murray State in Murray, KY, Montana Tech in Butte, MT or Central Washington University in Ellensburg, WA.

Bervin Hall Memorial Scholarship (sponsored by the Colorado Chapter) ▲:

  • One award at $1,000
  • Priority will be given to Colorado Chapter members or to students attending school within Region II. 

BCSP – Jessica J. Bohan Technician/Technologist, Supervisory Scholarship:

  • One award at $1,000
  • Priority will be given to students attending a school with an ASAC/ABET accredited safety program.

BCSP – David V. MacCollum Professional Scholarship:

  • One award at $1,000
  • Priority will be given to students attending a school with an ASAC/ABET accredited safety program.

Blacks in Safety Engineering Scholarship:

  • One award at $1,000
  • Priority will be given to black students.

Central Florida Chapter Scholarship ☼▲:

  • One  award at $1,000
  • Priority  will be given to Central Florida Chapter members or students residing in Region IV.

Central Indiana ASSE Jim Kriner Memorial Scholarship:

  • One award at $3,000 with priority will be given to Indiana residents attending school in Indiana or anywhere in the U.S. or to non-residents attending a Indiana university.  
  • One award at $1,000 with priority given to students attending Indiana University
  • One award at $1,000 with priority given to students attending Indiana State University or Purdue

Charlie Darnell HSE Memorial Scholarship (sponsored by the Texas Safety Foundation) ▲:

  • One award at $2,000
  • Priority will be given to students attending Texas State Technical College in Waco, TX pursuing an associate degree. Student must be enrolled in at least 12 semester hours and have completed 24 hours toward their degree.

CNA Foundation Scholarship:

  • One award at $2,500
  • Students attending Keene State, Slippery Rock University or Texas Tech University will have priority.

Columbia-Willamette Chapter President Scholarship:

  • One award at $1,000
  • Priority will be given to Columbia-Willamette chapter members, students attending school in Oregon or Washington State or to residents of Oregon or Washington state attending school elsewhere.

Edwin P. Locke HSE Scholarship (sponsored by the Texas Safety Foundation):

  • One award at $2,000
  • Priority will be given to students residing in Texas or students attending a Texas university.

FabEnCo - LaCook Investment For Excellence in Occupational Safety & Health Scholarship ☼ ▲:

  • One award at $4,000
  • Priority will be given to a student from the Gulf Coast Chapter or a student from Region III.

Flatiron Construction Christopher Gonzalez Memorial Scholarship:

  • One award at $4,700
  • Priority will be given to students with an emphasis in construction safety.

Four Corners Chapter Scholarship:

  • One award at $1,000
  • Priority will be given to students from the Four Corner's Chapter, a New Mexico or Colorado Chapter member or from a student that resides in Region II (in that order).

George Gustafson HSE Memorial Scholarship (sponsored by the Texas Safety Foundation):

  • One award at $2,000
  • Priority will be given to students residing in Texas or attending a Texas university.

Georgia Chapter Scholarship ▲:

  • One award at $1,000
  • Priority will be given to students residing or attending school in Georgia.

Granberry, Fleming, & Ross Scholarship:

  • One award at $1,500
  • Priority will be given to students that attend school within the Region IV area.

Great Plains Chapter Scholarship ☼▲:

  • One award at $1,000
  • Priority will be given to Great Plains Chapter members, non-chapter members attending school in NE, IA, SD, or MN, or residents of NE, IA, SD or MN attending school elsewhere. NE takes priority.

Greater Baton Rouge Chapter Don Jones Excellence in Safety Scholarship ☼ ▲:

  • One award at $1,500
  • Priority will be given to a student that attends a school associated with a student section from the Greater Baton Rouge chapter, a student from Louisiana or a student from Region IV (in that order). 

Greater Boston Chapter Leadership Award:

  • Two awards – one at $2,000 and one at $1,000
  • Priority will be given to members from the following chapters: Greater Boston, Connecticut Valley, Granite State, Maine, 
    Nutmeg or Worcester County, or to any student who is a spouse or child of any ASSE New England chapter member, or to any ASSE student member that belongs to a New England student section. 

Greater Chicago Chapter Scholarship:

  • One award at $1,000
  • Priority will be given to students attending school at University of Illinois-Chicago, Northern Illinois University, 
    University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and Region V (in that order).

Gulf Coast Past President's Scholarship ☼:

  • Two awards at $1,500 each

Harold F. Polston Scholarship (sponsored by the Middle Tennessee Chapter):

  • One award at $1,500
  • Priority will be given to students that belong to the Middle Tennessee Chapter, attending Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, TN, Murray State University in Murray, KY and those that live in the Region VII area (in that order).

Harry Taback 9/11 Memorial Scholarship:

  • One award at $1,000
  • Preference will be given to a student that is a natural born United States citizen

Heart of America Scholarship: 

  • Two awards at $1,000 each
  • Priority will be given to students attending University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg, MO or Pittsburg State University in Pittsburg, KS or to those attending a university in KS or MO, or to those attending a university within Region V (in that order).

ISNetworld Scholarship:

  • Three awards at $1,000 each
  • Priority will be given to students living in OK, TX, NM, LA or AR.

James Joseph Davis Memorial Scholarship (sponsored by Applications International Corporation):

  • One award at $2,500
  • Priority will be given to students that have served in the military.

Janet Sprickman Award (sponsored by the National Capital Chapter):

  • One award at $1,000
  • Students from Region VI, IV, VII and VIII will have priority (in that order).

Jim & Tiffany Kreinbrink Scholarship:

  • One award at $1,500

Keith Bain Scholarship (sponsored by the Middle Tennessee Chapter):

  • One award at $1,500
  • Priority will be given to students that belong to the Middle Tennessee Chapter, attending Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, TN, Murray State University in Murray, KY and those that live in the Region VII area (in that order).

Kittyhawk Educational Enhancement Scholarship ▲:

  • One award at $1,000
  • Priority will be given to students attending Wright State University in Ohio.

Lancaster County Industrial Safety Council Scholarship in honor or Craig Schroll & Jan Getz ☼ :

  • One  award at $1,000
  • Priority will be given to LCISC members, students residing in PA, or students attending Millersville University.

Liberty Mutual Scholarship:

  • Two awards at $4,000 each
  • Students may also be provided with the opportunity to attend a professional development conference related to safety.

Linda & Brad Giles Scholarship: 

  • One award at $2,500
  • Priority will be given to students attending a school with an ASAC/ABET accredited safety program.  Students with a military background attending Murray State University, Oakland or Central Missouri University will have priority.

Marsh Risk Consulting Scholarship:

  • One award at $1,000

New England Area Future Leadership Award:

  • One award at $1,500
  • Priority will be given to students residing in the New England area, or the Region VIII area (in that order).

Northeastern Illinois Chapter Scholarship:

  • One award at $2,000
  • Priority will be given to students that attend Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, IL, members of the NE IL chapter, regardless of school location, offspring of NE IL chapter members, regardless of school location or to students attending school in the northeastern Illinois region, defined as the area north of I-74 contained within the Illinois state borders.

North Florida Chapter Safety Education Scholarship ☼: 

  • One award at $1,000
  • Priority will be given to part-time or full-time students that belong to the North Florida Chapter, full-time students that attend any Florida college or university or to full-time students that attend an ASAC/ABET accredited program nationwide (in that order).  ASSE general or professional membership is preferred if applicant is a part-time student.

Northern Ohio Chapter Scholarship: 

  • One award at $1,000

Parsons Corporation Scholarship for Safety & Health:

  • One award at $4,000
  • Priority will be given to students attending Murray State or West Virginia University

PDC Scholarship (sponsored by the ASSE Practice Specialty Groups):

  • Two awards at $1,200 each
  • This scholarship provides a full Professional Development Conference experience including airfare, hotel, meals and registration. Students must apply and meet the basic criteria of an ASSE Foundation undergraduate scholarship.

Permian Basin Chapter Endowment:

  • One award @ $1,000
  • Priority will be given to students that attend a school within the Region III area.

Puget Sound Chapter Martin Brown Memorial Scholarship ☼:

  • One award at $1,000
  • Priority will be given to full-time students that belong to the Puget Sound Chapter. Preference will also be given to ASSE members (general or professional level) attending school on a part-time basis that belong to the Puget Sound Chapter. 

Region II Scholarship:

  • One award at $1,000
  • Priority will be given to students from Region II.

Rixio Medina & Associates Hispanics In Saftey Scholarship:

  • One award at $4,000
  • Bilingual student (Spanish-English) required; Hispanic ethnicity preferred. Student attending an ASAC/ABET accredited safety program is also preferred.

Scott Dominguez - Craters of the Moon Chapter Scholarship ☼:

  • One award at $1,000
  • Priority will be given to students that reside within the Craters of the Moon Chapter, state of Idaho and Region II area (in that order).  

Scott  Sewing Memorial Scholarship sponsored by Applications Int'l Corp:

  • One award at $5,000
  • Priority will be given to students attending an ASAC/ABET program with preference given to Murray State or Central Missouri. Student may also be provided with an opportunity for an internship that includes salary and living expenses. 

SiteHawk Safety Scholarship:

  • One award at $1,000

Southwest Chapter Roy Kinslow Scholarship:

  • One award at $1,000
  • Priority will be given to students attending Southeastern Oklahoma State University in Durant, OK or to any student from the Southwest Chapter area attending a school within the Region III boundaries.

UPS Scholarship:

  • Three awards at $5,250 each
  • Students may also be provided with the opportunity to attend a professional development conference related to safety.

UPS Diversity Scholarship:

  • Three awards at $5,250 each
  • Student must be of a minority ethnic or racial group.  U.S. citizenship preferred.  Students may also be provided with the opportunity to attend a professional development conference related to safety.

URS Safety Scholarship:

  • One award at $6,000
  • Student attending school with an ASAC/ABET-accredited safety program is required.  Student may also be provided with the opportunity to attend a professional development conference as it relates to safety and an internship that includes salary & living expenses.

Utah Chapter ASSE Scholarship:

  • Two awards at $1,000 each
  • Priority will be given to students residing in Utah or Wyoming.

Warren K. Brown Scholarship:

  • One award at $1,000
  • Priority will be given to students attending Murray State University in Murray, KY or Indiana State University in Terre Haute, IN.

West Florida Chapter Scholarship:

  • One award at $1,000
  • Priority will be given to West Florida Chapter members or to students attending the University of South Florida.

William C. Ray, CIH, CSP Arizona Scholarship:

  • One award at $2,500
  • Priority will be given to students residing in Arizona or within the Region II area.

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