Chevron is now sponsoring the Chevron International REACH Scholarship Program for outstanding students who wish to pursue post-secondary education.
The program is designed to assist students in pursuing a full-time undergraduate study for the entire upcoming academic year. It is managed by the Institute of International Education and administered by Scholarship Management Services.
A valuable opportunity for students to complete full-time undergraduate study with study award.
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The program is open to current high-school or secondary school students who are planning to attend as a full-time student in an approved college, university or vocational-technical school. Current first-year college students enrolled in a full-time STEM course are also eligible to apply.
The Institute of International Education was established in 1919. It is one of the largest and most experienced non-profit international educational and cultural exchanges, training and technical support organizations in the world.
Application Deadline: January 15.
- University or Organization: Chevron
- Department: NA
- Course Level: Undergraduate
- Award: $500 to $2,500
- Access Mode: Online
- Number of Awards: Varies
- Nationality: U.S. Citizens
- The award can be taken in the United States
Acceptable Course or Subjects: Applicants must be pursuing a degree in one of the following STEM disciplines:
- Facilities Engineering: Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Engineering, Civil Engineering, and Construction Management
- Petroleum Engineering/Drilling & Completions: Petroleum Engineering, Chemical Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering
- Earth Science: Geology, Geophysics, Geological Engineering, and Physics
- Information Technology: Applied Math, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Math, Management Information Systems (MIS), Information Technology, and Statistics
- Health, Environment and Safety (HES): Civil Engineering, Safety/Health Engineering, Industrial Hygiene, and Chemical Engineering
Admissible Criteria: Applicants must meet the following criteria:
- Students must be enrolled at one of the eligible universities when they choose to study in the U.S. (see List of Eligible U.S. Colleges) and continued parental employment.
- Be children (living with the employee-parent or other dependent children on Chevron’s benefits plans) of non-U.S.-payroll active employees of Chevron and its wholly-owned subsidiaries. It includes children of retired employees and domestic partners’ children.
- If Chevron parent employee is retired, the retiree must not be employed at a competitor energy company.
- Must be children of active employees of Chevron or non-U.S.-payroll employees
- Must be current high school seniors enrolled in the final year of high school or secondary school who will be entering as first-year students or
- Current college freshmen with a U.S equivalent GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale enrolled in a full-time STEM course of study
- Applicants who will pursue their study in the U.S. must be planning to enroll in one of the eligible universities for the entire upcoming academic year.
How to Apply
How to Apply: Applicants are required to download the application form and sent by postal service, courier or pouch mail to the appropriate address as listed below.
- Non-U.S.-Payroll Employees’ Children
Chevron International REACH Scholarship Program
Scholarship Management Services
One Scholarship Way
Saint Peter, MN 56082 USA
2) U.S.-Payroll Employees’ Children
Chevron International REACH Scholarship Program
Institute of International Education
530 Bush Street, Suite 1000
San Francisco, CA 94108 USA
- Note: Non-U.S.-Payroll Employees’ Children can visit http://www.iie.org/, and U.S.-Payroll Employees’ Children can visit http://www.scholarshipamerica.org/.
- Supporting Documents: A completed application form (in English, French, Portuguese or Spanish), an essay, a recommendation form, and a current & complete transcript of grades for the last four years of schooling.
- Entry Requirement: Applicants must be having at least a US GPA equivalent of a 3.0 on a 4.0 scale in a full-time STEM course of study.
- The program will provide award range from $500 to $2,500 for one academic year.
- Non-renewable one-time $1,500 honorariums will be awarded to students who do not demonstrate relative financial need or whose parents do not supply the requested financial information.
- Furthermore, two of the top-ranked applicants will be selected to receive a $4,000 non-renewable Willard and Bernice Retelle Family Scholarship.
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