Students & Faculty


AIST Pittsburgh Member Chapter
Scholarship Application

To qualify for these scholarships:

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

  • You must be enrolled or accepted at a university for the fall semester at an accredited College or University, full-time as an undergraduate student.

To complete this application you must provide:

  • A current resume with work experience (focusing specifically on field-related internships or jobs) and any extracurricular activities, noting any leadership positions, other honors and scholarships received.

  • 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).

  • One  (1) recommendation letter from a counselor, teacher or professor.

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

 
(if known)
 
  
     
 
     
(Enter the date you expect to graduate from your university.)
 

 
(Enter High School GPA if you are a High School Senior)
(Or enter AIST Student Member Number)
 
 


I have read the AIST Foundation scholarship application instructions and agree to all terms and conditions therein:
 
Enrolled:
Interview:

     
  A current resume with work experience (focusing specifically on field-related internships or jobs) and any extracurricular activities, noting any leadership positions, other honors and scholarships received.
     
  An essay describing
-an accomplishment achieved while being a student, why you were successful, and how your success will influence  your future plans as an engineer.
- your strengths and interests and how you will apply your skills to a career in the steel industry or as an engineer.
- challenges that face the steel industry and opportunities for graduates to improve the success of companies within the industry.
 
     
  A recommendation or evaluation from a counselor, teacher or professor.  
     
  A copy of current university transcript (High School transcript should be provided if you are a High School Senior)  
     
  (Required from applicants who are High School Seniors only)  
     
   
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Questions about the scholarships and/or application process should be directed to Bryan Webler at webler@cmu.edu.