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Georgia Chapter of ASSE Annual Scholarship
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Amount $1,000 annually, non-renewable.
Application Deadline December 1, 2005
Requirements This award is available for international students and domestic students in the U.S. This is a junior year award. Must have a grade point average of 3.0 or higher. Must enroll for 12 credit hours or more at an accredited four-year college or university. Must pursue a degree in occupational safety and health or a closely related field. Examples of a closely related field are industrial and environmental engineering, other science degrees, and possibly business. In these cases, the student needs to make a strong case he/she is committed to safety through his/her completion of elective courses, personal statement, faculty recommendation, involvement with the ASSE student chapter, work experience, etc. Must have completed 60 credit hours or more at time of application, but must not be graduating before December 2006. Must reside in a county that is within the ASSE Georgia Chapter Region IV (Chatham, Columbia, Dekalb, Fulton or Richmond) OR attend a college or university in Georgia OR be a Georgia native attending school elsewhere.
Organization: American Society of Safety Engineers
Title: Foundation Manager
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