Software Engineering Scholarships
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Oracle Developer Scholars Program
The Oracle Corporation, with the UNCF, offers 25 scholarships valued at $10,000 for undergraduate studies across the United States. Only African American, Hispanic, and Native American students are eligible.
Amazon Future Engineer Scholarship
Amazon offers a scholarship worth $40,000 followed by a paid internship to 100 students pursuing computer sciences and programming with Amazon Future Engineering Scholarship.
Science Application International Corporation Scholarship
The Science Application International Corporation Scholarship worth $5,000 enables college seniors to study software engineering, data science, digital engineering, and cybersecurity at different Thurgood Marshall College Fund member schools.
Society of Women Engineers – Detroit Section High School Scholarship
SWE Detroit offers the High School Scholarship to a female high school senior in Michigan to further her education in engineering at an accredited undergraduate institution.
AABE National Scholarship
The AABE National Scholarship awards $3,000–$5,000 to 13 graduating high school seniors of Hispanic, African American, or Native American ethnicity who will pursue studies in energy-related fields.
Procter & Gamble STEM Scholarship
Each year, Procter & Gamble offers the Procter & Gamble STEM Scholarship to assist undergraduate students headed toward careers in STEM industries. Preference is given to an African American male student.
Sprout Social UNCF Scholarship Program
A select group of college seniors will receive up to $11,000 in financial assistance to pay off their university loans.
Chevron Corporate Scholarship
Chevron awards a $7,500 scholarship to meritorious students in engineering and computer science from African American, Native North American, Alaska Tribe, Pacific Islander, or Hispanic backgrounds.
MUFG Union Bank Scholarship Program
UNCF offers scholarships in partnership with the Union Bank Foundation valued at $5,280 per recipient for undergraduate study across the United States.