- Renewable: Yes
- Number of Awards: 5
- Award Amount: Not Available
- Website: http://www.michiganoilandgas.org/scholarshipapplication
- Phone: 517-487-1092
- Fax: Not Available
- Email: email@example.com
- Address: 124 W Allegan St. Suite 1610 Lansing, MI 48933
The Michigan Oil and Gas Association (MOGA) offers scholarships to applicants who are Michigan residents but they need to be seeking degrees in the crude oil and natural gas exploration and production industry.
The great thing is that these scholarships may be renewable on an annual basis, which gives recipients the opportunity to get additional funds exceeding the initial $500.
The Michigan Oil and Gas Association scholarships are supported by funds contributed to honor the memory of Michigan oil and gas industry veterans – Tony Howard, James Bigard and William Roth.
The Michigan Oil and Gas Association is committed to education so their aim is to help young minds of today gain knowledge and experience they need without having to struggle with financial difficulties.
That is why they are offering five amazing awards annually.
The scholarship award will be paid directly to the Educational Institution where the applicant is enrolled.
Just as with any other scholarship, there are the eligibility criteria that each applicant has to meet prior to applying.
Otherwise, the application will be rejected.
The eligible applicant has to be a Michigan resident, with the ability to demonstrate financial need.
He/she has to have a minimum 2.75 GPA on a 4.00 scale and must be currently enrolled in an accredited Michigan College or University in a course of study affiliated with Michigan’s Oil and Natural Gas Industry.
If you consider yourself eligible, you are highly encouraged to apply for this amazing award.
How to Apply
Energy Education for Michigan Scholarship has online Scholarship Application system which will guide applicants through the whole application process.
It is very important not to miss the application deadline on August 3rd as late applications will not be taken into consideration.
The application process requires that you upload a copy of your most recent transcript from the educational institution you are attending as well as a personal resume or employment history.
Besides the personal and educational details, you will have to answer the question – How do you feel your degree will help prepare you for a career related to Michigan’s energy production?