Students & Faculty


AIST Midwest Member Chapter
Scholarship Application

Deadline 31 January 2021

To qualify for these scholarships:

  • You must have an AIST Parent Member active in the AIST Midwest Member Chapter, or be an AIST Student Member through the Material Advantage Student Program, who attends a university within the Midwest Member Chapter area.

  • You must be enrolled in, or planning to enroll in, a university for the fall semester at an accredited North American College or University, full-time as an undergraduate student.

To complete this application you must provide:

  • A current resume with work experience and any extracurricular activities, noting any leadership positions.

  • A brief essay (1 to 2 pages)  describing your objectives for college and career.

  • A copy of  your SAT/ACT scores if you are a High School Senior.

  • A copy of your university transcript (provide High School transcript if you are a High School Senior.

  • Two  (2) recommendation letters from a counselor, teacher or professor.

  • AIST Parent Member Name, Company and AIST Member number, or AIST Student Member number.


 
(if known)
  
     
 
     
 (Include “undecided” if you are a High School Senior and have not decided.)
 (Include the identification provided by your university, if available)
 (Include High School GPA if you are a High School Senior)
OR    
 


I have read the AIST Foundation scholarship application instructions and agree to all terms and conditions therein:
 
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  Resume should include all work history with any links to the steel industry, leadership positions, and extracurricular activities.
     
 A brief essay (1 to 2 pages) describing your objectives for college and career. 
     
 
 Two (2) recommendation letters from a counselor, teacher or professor are required.
     
  (Include a copy of your High School transcript if you are a High School Senior)
     
 SAT/Act Scores are required only if you are a High School Student.
     
   
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Questions about the scholarships and/or application process should be directed to Rich Trzcinski.