The AISES Intel Growing The Legacy Scholarship is available to students pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM). Scholarships ranging from $5,000 to $10,000 will be awarded to those who are chosen.
Why should I apply to this AISES program? Internships, professional development and career tools, national and local conferences, summits on leadership development, and other STEM-related activities are all provided by AISES.
Growing the AISES membership beyond our present 5,900 individual members is essential to achieving our objective, which was established in 1977. In the United States and Canada, AISES provides support to 230 connected pre-college institutions, 196 authorized college and university chapters, 3 tribal organizations, and 18 professional chapters. To increase the STEM workforce and strengthen sector support, we advocate for the highest levels of academic achievement and professional success. We emphasize the social, economic, and spatial dimensions of STEM education and professions.
AISES provides internships, professional development and career tools, national and regional conferences, leadership development summits, and other STEM-focused activities in addition to granting approximately $12 million and counting in academic scholarships.
Reapplication is encouraged every year for awardees. All of the following will be provided by the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES):
$10,000 for graduate students per academic year (Masters and Doctoral students)
$5,000 for undergraduate students per academic year (College sophomores, juniors, and seniors)
$5,000 every school year for students from the Native Next Generation (College freshmen)
Eligibility for AISES Intel Growing The Legacy Scholarship
United States among eligible nations
The AISES Intel Growing The Legacy Scholarship is an Approved Course or Subject that will be awarded for an undergraduate or graduate degree in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields as the following:
Applied Mechanics Engineering,
Electrical & Computer Engineering,
Electronics Engineering, and
Acceptable Criteria: Applicants must satisfy each of the following requirements to be considered for the AISES Intel Growing The Legacy Scholarship:
STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) students of Native American descent.
U.S. citizens who are enrolled full-time in a college or university that has earned accreditation and are working toward a bachelor’s, master’s, or doctorate are required.
must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above.
The applicant must be an enrolled member or a descendant of an enrolled member of an American Indian tribe or Alaska Native village recognized by the federal or state, as well as a Native Hawaiian or a descendant from a Native Hawaiian, a Pacific Islander, or a descendant from a Pacific Islander, or a member of Canada’s Indigenous population.
A copy of the applicant’s Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood (CDIB) card or Certificate of Degree of Alaska Native Blood (CDANB) card may also be sent in place of the other option.
It should be noted that AISES may not always have scholarships available for people who are not American citizens.
Candidates for all scholarships must be active AISES members at the time of application. Every candidate must enter a legitimate AISES membership number. To obtain a membership number, sign up for AISESor and access the AISES Membership Portal.
How to Apply for AISES Intel Growing The Legacy Scholarship
Applications for AISES Intel Growing The Legacy Scholarship go through three stages.
Step 1: All students must complete a Profile on the OASIS scholarship portal in the first round. Since AISES has been using a new scholarship platform for the past 23–24 years, each applicant must set up a new account and finish a new profile.
Step 2: Applications for scholarships
Students must respond to the necessary questions and provide the appropriate documentation to be considered for a qualifying award.
3rd stage: acceptance
The Finalists will enter a post-acceptance phase after being chosen, during which they will be required to submit extra papers for final verification:
A thank you letter to the scholarship donor
A signed AISES direct deposit form with accompanying bank information
Academic Institution Enrollment Verification
Online Scholarship Agreement
Supporting Records: Candidates must deliver the necessary paperwork:
Tribal Citizenship/Indigenous Native Verification
Letters of Recommendation
Essays: Students must submit five essays, each of which may contain up to 300 words.
Entrance Requirements: To be admitted, candidates must maintain a 3.0 GPA.
Language Requirement: Fluency in English is necessary. APPLY NOW