Scholarships


AISES offers a universe of opportunities to students! Our students choose to move fiercely forward in their educational journeys by learning and acquiring new skills that will help them in meeting the ever-changing STEM needs of our communities.

At AISES, we invest more than just scholarship support into our students; we are investing confidence, trust and a large community of support and encouragement for our students. Year after year, our AISES scholars bring potential and limitless possibilities for the future of STEM, each working towards advancing his or her opportunities in STEM career fields.

Among our current and past scholarship programs, sponsors have included Google, Intel, Burlington Northern Santa Fe, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and many others. To ensure you receive notification of all upcoming scholarship opportunities, please be sure you sign-up for informational updates and our monthly newsletter here

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Open Scholarships

Up to seven (7) $3,000 scholarships to assist students pursuing degrees in the geosciences in financing field work and research.  Scholarships are intended to directly support geology mapping / geological field based analysis, or geophysical fieldwork.

CFedS will offer five (5) scholarships, valued at $1,200 each.  Open to registered/licensed land surveyor in a least one state, territory, or the District of Columbia; or land surveyor in training, that has passed the NCEES Fundamentals of Surveying examination.

Due Date: September 1, 2016

Open to high school seniors. Consists of two parts, a one-time $10,000 scholarship awarded freshman year; and an opportunity to apply for summer employment, which provides technical work experience and continued tuition assistance.

Due Date: September 19, 2016

This program provides travel assistance to the AISES National Conference and professional development for engineering graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, and early-career faculty