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- Award Amount: $5,000
- Website: https://www.publicpower.org/deed-funding-students
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DEED offers four types of scholarships to full-time students accepted or enrolled in vocational schools or accredited colleges and universities, encompassing high school seniors through graduate students.
The scholarships are divided into four categories: educational scholarships, student research grants, student internships, and technical design projects.
You should have in mind that each scholarship category has certain eligibility and application requirements.
The application process lasts from August 1 – October 15th.
The award is $5,000 paid directly to the student by DEED and up to $3,000 in travel funds to share project results at the Engineering & Operations Technical Conference.
All DEED scholarship recipients are required to complete a Summary Abstract for their projects.
The applicant for the DEED Technical Design Projects must be a full-time student at an accredited college or university in the United States or a student attending or planning to attend a vocational institution, lineworker school or two to four-year college/university within the U.S., but he/she must not be graduating within 12 months of the application deadline.
Technical Design Projects support students working on a technical project of interest to electric utilities, especially engineering students working on their senior design or a capstone project.
How to Apply
Applications, as well as official transcripts, must be submitted to DEED by the required deadline, one in mid-February and one in mid-October each year.
The project which has to be submitted should include the following details:
Project Title – The official project title as submitted in the original proposal to the DEED board.
General Overview – You are supposed to provide an explanation of the applicability of the project to others and alternatives available, problems that arose during the course of the project and how they were resolved, a discussion of whether the intended goals were achieved.
Purpose – why the project was undertaken and you should name and address mentoring utility, including mentoring utility’s size and a list of personnel from mentoring utility as well as others who worked on the project.
Description – Thoroughly describe the scope of the project and you might include photos and other media related to it.