Employee Scholarship Programs
Intel Employee Scholarship ProgramNovember 25, 2012
About this Scholarship
Up to 400 scholarships will be awarded worldwide each year. Scholarship recipients receive a one-time award of up to $4,000 (USD) for use towards higher education. Scholarship awards will vary based on whether your child is pursuing a two-year or four-year degree.
Flour Scholarship ProgramNovember 25, 2012
For more than a quarter-century, Fluor has sponsored a scholarship program for children of Fluor employees. The Fluor Scholarship Program acknowledges the accomplishments of these students and supports their goals and aspirations to obtain degrees and certificates at universities, colleges, and vocational/technical schools. Each year, more than $700,000 is presented to approximately 300 first time and renewable scholarship winners. Since the program’s inception in 1981, Fluor has issued more than $11 million in scholarships to nearly 2,600 children of Fluor employees.
Federal Employee Education & Assistance FundNovember 25, 2012
Applications are available January – March each year.
Awards: More than 400 students from across 27 regions will win scholarships ranging from $500 to $2,500. From this pool of 400, the top students in each region have the chance to win two additional awards:
- Six students will win an additional $5,000 through the FEEA-NTEU Scholarship. Read more
- Additional money is awarded through the Cooke Memorial Scholarship. Read more
Who is Eligible?
- Current civilian federal and postal employees with at least three years of federal service, their children and spouses
- Dependent applicants may first apply as high school seniors
- Dependents must be full-time students; employees may be part-time
- Enrolled (or plan to enroll) in an accredited post-secondary school
- Course of study that leads to a two-year, four-year or graduate degree
- 3.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale
Have questions about your eligibility? Read scholarship FAQs here>.
- Complete high school or college transcripts
- One written recommendation/letter of reference
- A short essay (topic changes annually)
- A list of community service, extracurricular activities and awards
- A copy of the employee sponsor’s most recent SF-50
Specific instructions and any additional requirements are listed on each year’s application.
Partner Programs: Students whose parents are members of selected federal management associations, unions, and agencies may be eligible for additional awards. FEEA accepts applications from more than a dozen partner organizations as if they were our own. You only have to fill out one application. Find out if you are eligible here>