Developing and retaining STEM talent in CNY for economic advancement

Scholarships

Bridge Street

News Channel 9's "Bridge Street" segment on the 2015 CNY STEM Scholars Program. Watch now!

 

2013 SRC STEM Scholars

2014 SRC STEM Scholars: Lauren Morehouse, Union Springs High School; Dane Carlson, Vernon-Verona Sherrill High School; Eric Johnson, C.W. Baker High School; Alex Kidd, Liverpool High School

  • CNY STEM Scholars Program External link opens in new window or tab.
    The CNY STEM Scholars Program was designed in conjunction with Partners for Education and Business (PEB) and the CNY STEM Hub, to support CNY high school seniors who plan to pursue a college degree in a field related to STEM. Residents of Onondaga, Oswego, Oneida, Madison, Tompkins, Cortland or Cayuga counties are eligible to apply and preference is given to those attending a NYS higher education institution. The program is administered by PEB and the CNY STEM Hub.

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  • AFCEA Erie Canal Chapter & SRC Scholarship Program External link opens in new window or tab.
    The Armed Forces Communications & Electronics Association (AFCEA) Erie Canal Chapter Scholarships are awarded to assist deserving students in furthering their educational objectives. Their program of study must lead to a degree in any one of the various disciplines or specializations in STEM.
  • CNY AWMA Scholarship External link opens in new window or tab.
    The CNY Air and Water Management Association offers annual scholarships to students pursuing an environmentally related field of study. High school seniors and college students are eligible.
  • New York Water Environment Association Scholarships External link opens in new window or tab.
    The NYWEA will be offering a total of six (6) $2,000 scholarships and one (1) $10,000 scholarship in 2015.​
  • Siemens Foundation Summer Engineering Research Internship Program
    for High School Students External link opens in new window or tab.

    The College of Engineering and Computer Science and the Siemens Foundation have partnered to create an engineering research opportunity for two local, talented rising high school juniors and seniors who reside in Onondaga County.  This will be a 6-week non-residential research program this coming summer, and the selected students will work 25 hours/week on a specific research project.  More details are contained in the attached application.
  • SWE Scholarship Program External link opens in new window or tab.
    The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) is dedicated to empowering women and girls to achieve their desires and aspirations to become successful engineers. To accomplish this goal, the Greater Syracuse Area Section of SWE established an annual scholarship program over 20 years ago that through its lifetime has awarded over $60,000 worth of scholarships to over 80 deserving young women in the Syracuse area.