B. Glossbrenner and John Klusch Scholarship
Scholarship Recipients |
Objectives– The Alfred B. Glossbrenner Scholarship was established in 1988, in honor of the founding chairman of the AISE Canton District Section. In 1996, the Executive Committee of AISE Canton Section voted to award a second scholarship in honor of John Klusch for more than 35 years as Canton Section Secretary.
Awards –The Alfred B. Glossbrenner Scholarship is valued at US$2,000 per year for up to four years. The John Klusch Scholarship is valued at US$2,000 per year for up to four years. The AIST Northeastern Ohio Member Chapter may award up to two (2) of each of the scholarships, per year.
Eligibility – Students eligible to compete for the Scholarship must, at the time of application, be the children (natural, step-children, adopted or ward) of a United States citizen or landed immigrant who is a member, in good standing and paid for the past two years, of the Association for Iron & Steel Technology. The student must also be accepted in an eligible full-time course at an accredited North American university or college studying engineering or metallurgy.
Selection – The scholarships will be awarded principally on the basis of academic achievements in science (i.e. chemistry, mathematics and physics) to an eligible high school senior student who plans to study engineering or metallurgy. If there is no applicant in engineering or metallurgy, the award will be made to an eligible student studying chemistry, geology, mathematics or physics. Consideration will also be given to extra-curricular activities and student statements. The awards will be made without regard to financial need.
- The scholarship must be used at an accredited college or university.
- The student must begin the course of study, at the college or university, in the fall of the same year the scholarship is awarded.
- The AIST Foundation will forward the scholarship stipend, as a lump sum, to the college or university for deposit in the account of the student.
- In cases where the student’s studies or admission are delayed or interrupted for any reason, the Secretary must be advised immediately, and may result in forfeiture.
- A current resume with work experience and any extracurricular activities, noting any leadership positions.
- A brief essay (1 to 2 pages) on one of the following topics:
- Purpose in going to college
- Beneficial experience during the last two summers
- Most significant experiences and effect on future plans
- Accomplishments providing the greatest satisfaction
- Reason that he/she should be chosen as the recipient of this award.
- A recommendation or evaluation from a Counselor, Teacher or Professor.
- Copy of SAT/ACT scores
- Copy of current high school or college transcripts
Application Forms – Return the application along with attachments by 30 Apr to:
AIST Northeastern Ohio Member Chapter Scholarships
c/o Brad Garwacki
AIST Northeastern Ohio Chapter Secretary-Treasurer
3620 Stutz Dr.
Canfield, Ohio 44406