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ASSE Foundation Scholarship Award 2010

2010 ASSE Foundation Scholarship Award Program is contains of undergraduate award and graduate award.

Undergraduate Awards:

* Most undergraduate awards are for full-time students (enrolled in 12 hours or more per semester) pursuing an undergraduate degree in occupational safety & health or a closely related field.
* Those that apply to part-time students (less than 12 hours per semester) are noted with a ☼
* Those that apply to students pursuing an associate degree are noted with a ▲. Please refer to FAQ # 18 for more information.
* U.S. citizenship is not required unless specified.
* Special restrictions are listed under each award.

America Responds Memorial Scholarship
One award @ $1,000
Student must be a United States citizen.

ASSE Construction Safety Scholarship
One award @ $1,000
Priority will be given to students with an emphasis in construction safety.

ASSE Diversity Committee Scholarship
One award @ $1,000
This award is open to any individual regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, religion, personal beliefs, age, sexual orientation, physical challenges, geographic location, university or specific area of study.

BCSP – John E. Russell Scholarship
One award @ $1,000

CCHEST Scholarship
One award @ $1,000

Central Indiana ASSE Jim Kriner Memorial Scholarship
One award @ $2,000
Priority will be given to Indiana residents attending school in Indiana or anywhere in the US or to non-residents attending an Indiana university.

Columbia-Willamette Chapter President Scholarship
One award @ $1,000
Priority will be given to residents of Oregon or Washington state attending school within the state, to non-residents attending school within Oregon or Washington state or to residents attending school anywhere in the U.S.

C N A Foundation Scholarship
Two awards @ $4,650 each

Flatiron Construction Safety Scholarship
One award @ $4,650
Priority will be given to students with an emphasis in construction safety.

George Gustafson HSE Memorial Scholarship sponsored by the Texas Safety Foundation
One award @ $2,500 each
Priority will be given to students residing in Texas or attending a Texas university.

Gold Country Section & Region II Scholarship
One award @ $1,000
Priority will be given to students that reside within the Region II area (MT, ID, WY, CO, UT, NV, AZ, NM).

Greater Baton Rouge Chapter – Don Jones Excellence in Safety Scholarship ☼ ▲
One award @ $1,000
Priority will be given to students attending Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond, LA, attending any college or university within Louisiana or within the southeast U.S. region (in that order). Students pursuing an associate or bachelor degree are eligible; however, ASSE general or professional membership is required if applicant is a part-time student.

Greater Boston Chapter Leadership Award
Two awards - one @ $1,000 and one @ $2,000
Priority will be given to members from the following chapters: Greater Boston, Connecticut Valley, Granite State, Maine, Nutmeg or Worcester County, or to any student who is a spouse or child of any ASSE New England chapter member, or to any ASSE student member that belongs to a New England student section.

Greater Chicago Chapter Scholarship
One award @ $1,000
Priority will be given to students residing in or attending school within the Region V area.

Gulf Coast Past President’s Scholarship ☼
Two awards @ $1,000 each
ASSE general or professional membership required if applicant is a part-time student.

Harold F. Polston Scholarship sponsored by the Middle Tennessee Chapter
One award @ $2,000
Priority will be given to students that belong to the Middle Tennessee Chapter, attending Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, TN, Murray State University in Murray, KY and those that live in the Region VII area (in that order).

Harry Taback 9/11 Memorial Scholarship
One award @ $1,000
Student must be a natural born United States citizen.

Heart of America Scholarship – NEW AWARD
One award @ $1,000
Priority will be given to students attending University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg, MO or Pittsburgh State University in Pittsburgh, KS or to those attending a university in KS or MO, or to those attending a university within Region V (in that order).

Keith Bain Scholarship sponsored by the Middle Tennessee Chapter
One award @ $2,000
Priority will be given to students that belong to the Middle Tennessee Chapter, attending Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, TN, Murray State University in Murray, KY and those that live in the Region VII area (in that order).

Kennith D. Brock Distinguished Service Award Scholarship
One award @ $2,000 each

Liberty Mutual Scholarship
Two awards @ $4,500 each plus Conference Opportunity
Students will also be provided with the opportunity to attend SAFETY 2010 in Baltimore, MD from June 13 – June 16, 2010.

Linda & Brad Giles Scholarship
One award @ $1,500
Priority will be given to students attending a school with an ASAC/ABET accredited safety program.

Marsh Risk Consulting Scholarship
One award @ $1,000

Medina Scholarship for Hispanics in Safety
One award @ $3,000
Bilingual student (Spanish-English) required; Hispanic ethnicity preferred. Student attending an ASAC/ABET accredited safety program is also preferred.

New England Area Future Leadership Award
One award @ $1,000
Priority will be given to students residing in the New England area, or the Region VIII area (in that order).

Northeastern Illinois Chapter Scholarship
Two awards @ $2,000 each
Priority will be given to students that attend Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, IL, members of the NE IL chapter, regardless of school location, offspring of NE IL chapter members, regardless of school location or to students attending school in the northeastern Illinois region, defined as the area north of I-74 contained within the Illinois state borders.

North Florida Chapter Safety Education Scholarship ☼
One award @ $1,000
Priority will be given to part-time or full-time students that belong to the North Florida Chapter, full-time students that attend any Florida college or university or to full-time students that attend an ASAC/ABET accredited program nationwide (in that order). ASSE general or professional membership is required if applicant is a part-time student.

Permian Basin Chapter Endowment
One award @ $1,000
Priority will be given to students that attend a school within the Region III area.

Puget Sound Chapter Martin Brown Memorial Scholarship ☼
One award @ $1,000
Priority will be given to full-time students that belong to the Puget Sound Chapter and ASSE members (general or professional level) attending school on a part-time basis that belong to the Puget Sound Chapter.

PDC Scholarship sponsored by the Practice Specialty Groups
Two awards up to $1,200 each
This scholarship provides the full ASSE Professional Development Conference experience including airfare, hotel, meals and registration for SAFETY 2010 in Baltimore, MD from, June 13-June 16, 2010. Students must apply and meet the basic criteria of an ASSE Foundation undergraduate scholarship.

Region IV – Edwin P. Granberry Scholarship
One award @ $1,000
Priority will be given to students that attend school within the Region IV area.

Scott Dominguez - Craters of the Moon Chapter Scholarship ☼
One award @ $1,000
Priority will be given to students that reside within the Craters of the Moon Chapter, Idaho and the Region II (MT, ID, WY, CO, UT, NV, AZ, NM) area (in that order). Students that are an employee or dependent of a sponsoring organization, serving the country through active duty in the armed forces or honorably discharged, a member of the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, FFA, 4H, etc. in previous years, recipients of awards from service organizations or have provided volunteer service to an ASSE chapter in a leadership role will also receive priority on this award. ASSE general or professional membership required if applicant is a part-time student.

Southwest Chapter Roy Kinslow Scholarship
One award @ $1,000
Priority will be given to students attending Southeastern Oklahoma State University in Durant, OK or to any student from the Southwest Chapter area attending a school within the Region III boundaries.

Texas Safety Foundation Scholarship
One award @ $2,500
Priority will be given to students residing in Texas or students attending a Texas university.

The Bechtel Group Foundation Scholarship for Safety & Health
Three awards @ $4,000 each
Priority will be given to students with an emphasis in construction safety attending Murray State in Murray, KY, Montana Tech in Butte, MT or Central Washington University in Ellensburg, WA

The Charlie Darnell HSE Memorial Scholarship sponsored by the Texas Safety Foundation ▲
One award @ $2,500
Priority will be given to students attending Texas State Technical College in Waco, TX pursuing an associate degree. Student must be enrolled in at least 12 semester hours and have completed 24 hours toward their degree. ASSE student membership is not required.

Warren K. Brown Scholarship
One award @ $1,000
Priority will be given to students attending Murray State University in Murray, KY or Indiana State University in Terre Haute, IN.

Washington Division of URS Safety Scholarship
One award @ $5,000 plus Conference & Internship Opportunity
Student attending school with an ASAC/ABET-accredited safety program is required. Student will also be provided with the opportunity to attend SAFETY 2010 in Baltimore, MD from June 13-16, 2010 and an internship that includes salary & living expenses.

William C. Ray, CIH, CSP Arizona Scholarship
Two awards at @ $2,500
Priority will be given to students residing in Arizona or within the Region II area (MT, ID, WY, CO, UT, NV, NM).


Graduate Awards

Graduate awards are for full-time students (enrolled in 9 hours or more per semester) pursuing a graduate degree in occupational safety & health or a closely related field. US citizenship is not required unless specified. Special restrictions are listed under each award.

James P. Kohn Memorial Scholarship
One award @ $1,000

Thompson Scholarship for Women in Safety
One award @ $1,000
Priority will be given to female students. ASSE student membership not required.

In addition, these awards can be awarded to graduate or undergraduate students. See award descriptions under the undergraduate category for more information.

* ASSE Diversity Committee Scholarship
* BCSP – John E. Russell Scholarship
* CCHEST Scholarship
* Central Indiana ASSE Jim Kriner Memorial Scholarship
* C N A Foundation Scholarship
* George Gustafson HSE Memorial Scholarship sponsored by the Texas Safety Foundation
* Gold Country Section & Region II Scholarship
* Greater Boston Chapter Leadership Award
* Greater Chicago Chapter Scholarship
* Harold F. Polston Scholarship sponsored by the Middle Tennessee Chapter
* Harry Taback 9/11 Memorial Scholarship
* Heart of America Scholarship
* Keith Bain Scholarship sponsored by the Middle Tennessee Chapter
* Medina Scholarship for Hispanics in Safety
* New England Area Future Leadership Award
* Northeastern Illinois Chapter Scholarship
* North Florida Chapter Safety Education Scholarship
* Permian Basin Chapter Endowment
* Puget Sound Chapter Martin Brown Memorial Scholarship
* Scott Dominguez - Craters of the Moon Chapter Scholarship
* Texas Safety Foundation Scholarship
* William C. Ray, CIH, CSP, Arizona Scholarship

Other Notes:

* Please review the list of “Frequently Asked Questions”, before you fill out the Application.
* When applying for more than one scholarship – only fill out one application.
* The same application should be used for both undergraduate and graduate programs. Please fill out the information that is relevant to your status.

Program Rules:

* Incomplete or late applications will be disqualified.
* Applicants must graduate in May 2010 or later to be eligible for any of these awards.
* Previous recipients of ASSE Foundation scholarship awards are eligible to receive subsequent awards.
* All ASSE Foundation scholarships (except for the Thompson Scholarship for Women in Safety and the Charlie Darnell HSE Memorial Scholarships) require ASSE student membership that costs $15 per year. To obtain an application for student membership, contact ASSE’s Customer Service department at 847-699-2929 or download the application at http://www.asse.org/membership/docs/ASSE_StudentAppl_editable_8_09.pdf
* If you are a part-time student applying for a scholarship, you must be an ASSE general or professional member.

Mail your completed applications postmarked by December 1, 2009 to:

ASSE Foundation
Attn: Adele Gabanski
1800 E. Oakton Street
Des Plaines, IL 60018

Transcripts may be mailed separately. It is the student’s responsibility to make sure they arrive on-time.

The ASSE Foundation Scholarship Award & Selection Committee will review all applications. Recipients names will be posted on the Foundation’s website on or around April 1, 2010. If you have any questions, please e-mail to agabanski@asse.org. No phone calls please.

Read on the official website: http://www.asse.org/foundation/scholarships/scholarships.php

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