NHSPE offers an annual state scholarship(s) for a minimum value of $1,000. One or more scholarships are awarded depending on the performance of the scholarship fund for that year.
How do we do it and what is it for?
Scholarships for engineering students are made possible through the generous contributions of NHSPE members, Donor Corporations, and fund-raising activities. The intent of the scholarship is to encourage growth and career development at the state level within the areas of General Civil, Structural, Mechanical, and Electrical Engineering professions.
Who is Eligible for the Scholarships?
Scholarships are granted to high school seniors or college undergraduate students who are currently, or will be enrolled in an ABET-EAC accredited engineering program. Applicants must be in-state (NH) residents and preference will be given to students planning on attending a New Hampshire university or college. In general the scholarships are awarded based on financial need, academic achievement, and general community involvement.
When and How do I apply?
Applications are taken until April 30, 2019 and awards are made in the month of May.
> Download the Scholarship Application (PDF)
> Download the Scholarship Application (Word)
> Learn how to become an NHSPE Scholarship Contributor.
Last Year's Winner
Congratulations go out to the winner of last year's scholarship in the amount of $1,000 each. The selection was narrowed down from a field of about 15 applicants. Each of the applicants had high academic credentials and strong backgrounds in athletics, community service or music. Please help us in congratulating last year's NH State Scholarship recipient: Timothy Murray.
Timothy is currently attending the University of New Hampshire in Durham majoring in Civil Engineering and expects to graduate in the Spring of 2020. Thereafter he plans to obtain a commission in the New Hampshire Air National Guard serving the country as a civil engineering officer. Timothy currently is a member of the NHANG working full time and has received the Airman of the Year Award for professional conduct and community activity. His GPA at UNH is 3.71 and was awarded the Deanâ€™s Scholarship for academic excellence.
For those of you who are new to the organization, the John Alger Memorial scholarship program has been in place since 2001 and is funded primarily from donations made by NHSPE members and member firms. The program is intended to provide financial assistance to students (NH residents) who are already or will be attending an ABET-EAC accredited college or university for studies in the field of engineering. The program is not possible without the strong support of our members and corporate donors. Thank you for your continued support.
> Learn about scholarships offered by the National Society of Professional Engineers.
> Learn about scholarships offered by the New Hampshire section of ASCE.