SASE’s mission is
1) To prepare Asian heritage scientists, engineers and technologists for success in the global business world  
2) To celebrate diversity on campuses and in the workplace and
3) To provide opportunities for members to make contributions to their local communities.

The purpose of the SASE Scholarship Program is to recognize and reward deserving SASE Collegiate and Professional members who have demonstrated exceptional academic achievements and leadership credentials through activities and impacts they make on campus and local communities. By awarding these scholarships as financial supports, SASE helps cultivate and develop the leaders of tomorrow. SASE also recognizes diversity and celebrates it by shining a spotlight on their great work and contributions. A strong part of the evaluation criteria depends on how the applicants have contributed to their community.  These scholarships advance the SASE mission.

2020 SASE Scholarships Sponsored by the Chevron Corporation

The Chevron Corporation is honored to provide scholarship funding to the Society of Asian Scientists & Engineers because of the work the society is doing to develop current and next generation STEM talent within our communities and across our diverse populations. This year’s SASE Scholarships sponsored by the Chevron Corporation is to recognize select SASE collegiate members who promote STEM interest in their community through outreach activities and programs. 

Scholarships available:

  • One $4,000 scholarship to an Information Technology student
  • One $4,000 scholarship to an Electrical Engineering student

SASE Scholarship sponsored by Chevron Eligibility Criteria

Applicants must meet the following criteria:

    • Full-time Student
    • Minimum 3.0 GPA
    • Pursuing a degree in, or related to, IT or Electrical Engineering
    • Demonstrate knowledge and interest about the energy industry and Chevron
    • Applicants who will need sponsorship to work in the United States now or in the future must be pursuing a PhD
    • Students from sanction countries may be considered for awards on a case-by-case Click for list of sanction countries
    • A minimum of 1 noteworthy achievement/recognition (Dean’s List, etc)

Additional requirements by class:

Freshman/Sophomores

  • A minimum of 1 membership in a technical society or extra-curricular activity (ex. Society of Women Engineers, Fraternity/Sorority, etc.)
  • A minimum of 1 Energy related internship OR non-technical work experience preferred, but not required

 Juniors

  • A minimum of 1 leadership role in a technical society or extra-curricular activity (ex. Society of Women Engineers, Fraternity/Sorority, etc.)
  • A minimum of 1 technical internship related to field of study

 Seniors

  • A minimum of 1 leadership role in a technical society or extra-curricular activity (ex. Society of Women Engineers, Fraternity/Sorority, etc.)
  • A minimum of 1 technical internship related to field of study
  • Graduating seniors must not have committed to an offer of employment for 2020 with a company other than Chevron Corporation (pending offers do not apply)

 Masters/PhDs

  • A minimum of 1 technical internship related to field of study preferred
  • Thesis/Dissertation must be on a topic that is related to energy industry

 

Previous SASE Scholarships Recipients are not eligible to reapply to the SASE Scholarship sponsored by Chevron.

Individuals will be selected based on their academic merit and leadership potential.

For consideration of a SASE Scholarship sponsored by Chevron Corporation, all applicants must complete and submit the application materials online. All scholarship winners will be recognized at the 2020 SASE National Conference in Pittsburgh, PA. In addition, each scholarship recipient will be featured in the 2020 SASE National Conference Magazine and SASE National website.


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