About the Scholarship
The high school students pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in the field related to the STEM are awarded scholarship programs by the Tennessee Valley Interstellar Workshop, Inc., (TVIW).
The Tennessee Valley Interstellar Workshop Scholarship is open to students who are the citizens and residents of the United States.
The applicants must be residing and enrolled in a university or college in one of the southeast states of the U.S. such as Virginia, Tennessee, South Carolina, North Carolina, Mississippi, Louisiana, Kentucky, Georgia, Florida, and Alabama.
Tennessee Valley Interstellar Workshop Scholarship Awards
The organization provides scholarships worth an amount of $2500 to two undergraduate degree and one graduate degree students who are pursuing a program in STEM-related field.
The applicants must be enrolled in an eligible university or college in the U.S.
Tennessee Valley Interstellar Workshop Scholarship Application
The undergraduate and graduate students are selected based on the eligibility criteria set by the organization. The students are expected to submit the following in order to be considered for the scholarship:
A completed application form that is available on the official website.
A brief on the biographical information about the career plans of the applicant.
An essay of 1000 to 2000 words for undergraduate students and 2500 words for graduate students based on the topics prompted must be submitted as a word document.
The application form and the related documents must be typed or handwritten neatly and sent to the scholarship committee of the organization via email.
Tennessee Valley Interstellar Workshop Scholarship Application Deadline
The applications and related documents must be sent to the scholarship committee before 15th May without fail. Any applications received past the deadline will not be considered.
The applicant must be a high school senior in the southeast states such as Florida, Georgia, North and South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, Alabama, Louisiana, Kentucky, and Mississippi.
The applicant must be enrolled in or planning to enroll in an accredited university or college.
The student must be pursuing an undergraduate degree with a major in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
The applicant must be enrolled for a graduate degree program in the fields of the STEM.