Lynn E. and Carol Arnold Memorial Endowed Scholarship

$1,000–$6,000Award Amount
1Number of Awards
2/1/2023Submission Deadline

The Lynn E. and Carol Arnold Memorial Endowed Scholarship is a scholarship offered to students seeking a degree in mechanical engineering, manufacturing engineering, metallurgical engineering, fabrication, welding, metal working, and other closely related engineering fields.

The scholarship, which is sponsored by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers Education Foundation, is a way of empowering young people to pursue careers in engineering and manufacturing.

The scholarship is open to residents of Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana. It offers a reward of $1,000–$6,000 to a high school senior or undergraduate student. It is a merit-based scholarship so applicants must demonstrate academic excellence. Furthermore, they must be enrolled as part-time or full-time students in an undergraduate degree program.

Key Information of Lynn E. and Carol Arnold Memorial Endowed Scholarship

Study Details

Area of Study

  • Engineering
  • Manufacturing
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Metals Technology
  • Meteorology
  • Welding

Country of Study

United States

Specific Schools

Any

Scholarship Details

Intended Level of Study

Undergraduate

Award Amount

$1,000–$6,000

Number of Awards

1

Lynn E. and Carol Arnold Memorial Endowed Scholarship Timeline

November 2022

Applications Opening Date

Applications open on November 1.

February 2023

Submission Deadline

The submission deadline is on February 1.

May 2023

Awards Announcement Date

The winner is announced in May.

Scholarship Eligibility

To be eligible to apply, applicants must meet the following criteria.

  • Eligible Grade: High School Senior – Undergraduate
  • Maximum Age: Any
  • Required GPA: 2
  • Geographic Eligibility: Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio
  • Gender: Any
  • Race/Ethnicity: Any

Application Requirements

Here’s what you need to submits besides your application.

  • Grade transcript

How to ace the Lynn E. and Carol Arnold Memorial Endowed Scholarship

1

Be enrolled in an engineering field

To be eligible, you must be seeking a degree in engineering, manufacturing mechanical engineering, metallurgical engineering, welding, fabrication, metalworking, and other closely related engineering fields.

2

Have a good academic record

Demonstrate your academic commitment and hard work by having at least a 2.0 GPA and more on a scale of 4.0

3

Make sure your student status is active

Applicants must be current undergraduate students or graduating high school seniors.

4

Be enrolled in a bachelor’s degree

You must be pursuing an associate or bachelor’s degree or be a graduating high school senior to be considered for the award.

How the Lynn E. and Carol Arnold Memorial Endowed Scholarship is Judged

Applications will be judged on the academic prowess of applicants as evident in the grade transcript.

Why We Love the Lynn E. and Carol Arnold Memorial Endowed Scholarship

1

The scholarship offers first preference

The scholarship gives the first preference to applicants who are North Central Region 9 members, their spouses, and/or children or grandchildren.

2

Second preference given to other states

There's also a second preference given to applicants who reside within the states located in North Central Region 9 (Iowa, Nebraska, Minnesota, North Dakota, Wisconsin, South Dakota, and the upper peninsula of Michigan).

3

The foundation is committed to empowering youth

The Society of Manufacturing Engineers Education Foundation activities is designed to empower young people to pursue careers in engineering and manufacturing.

5 Facts About Lynn E. and Carol Arnold Memorial Endowed Scholarship

01.

Foundation has helped students gain engineering experience

The foundation leverages the thought leadership of SME and its 90-year history in the manufacturing and engineering industry to provide curated experiences for thousands of high school students.

02.

Foundation offers many scholarships to students yearly

Every year the foundation also awards millions of dollars in scholarships to graduating high school seniors, undergraduate and graduate students.

03.

Over 100,000 students impacted by SMEEF

The foundation has reached over 100,000 through its SME PRIME program students in more than 60 schools across 22 states.

04.

The SME foundation supports engineering students

The foundation has helped students seeking an Associate or Bachelor’s degree in mechanical, manufacturing, industrial engineering, or industrial technology.

05.

Open to students in North Central Region

The scholarship is open to students in two or four-year colleges/universities in Ohio, Indiana, or Kentucky.

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