alliantgroup STEM Scholarship
Fall 2017 applications now open
That’s why we’re offering five $10,000 scholarships for the Fall Semester of 2017 to help select college students further their educational aspirations. The program, first announced by alliantgroup CEO Dhaval Jadav, falls in line with broader company initiatives with respect to supporting STEM-based industries.
“At our firm, we have devoted our lives to helping small and medium businesses claim the government incentives that they are fully entitled to,” said Dhaval Jadav. “A large portion of our clients skew toward STEM related industries, and I cannot tell you how often I have heard these companies mention their struggles in finding the next generation of American-born STEM workers.”
“For various reasons, it’s been harder to find STEM workers here in the U.S., with kids pursuing other career fields. While our firm supports STEM-based businesses by providing them the extra dollars needed to attract the best technical employees, there is an undeniable shortage of U.S. born STEM talent,” said Dhaval Jadav. “By introducing this scholarship program today, it is my hope that we are at least doing a small part in improving the supply side of the equation by helping to get kids interested in math and science once more.”
If you are a high school or college student in Houston, Texas and enrolled in a 2-5 year institution for 2017, apply today for the $10,000 alliantgroup STEM Scholarship.
These five scholarships are open to any high school senior or college student in Houston. He or she must be enrolled at a two-year to five-year institution for the 2017 school year. A minimum GPA of 3.0 is required. Read the Instructions and Terms and Conditions below for more eligibility information.
To apply, create a short (30-120 second) video telling us about how your passion for STEM has fueled your educational goals. Also, tell us how this scholarship will help you reach your goals! Then upload your video to YouTube.
We want to know why you’ve chosen to pursue a degree in STEM. What impact do you feel you can make in today’s economy? What pushes you to work hard academically? What has inspired your career path?
To apply, candidates must submit the following by 5:00 pm (CST) on September 1, 2017:
- Applications must be received electronically to the following email address: Scholarships@alliantgroup.com. In the subject line, please reference: alliantgroup 2017 Fall Scholarship Application.
- YouTube link to your video (described above)
- Have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher and currently enrolled in a Houston area college pursuing a STEM degree. A copy of your college transcript (unofficial) must be included with the application.
Candidates provide personal information, as needed, to alliantgroup,LP and authorize the firm to publish the name and videos of the winners on one or more of the firm’s websites, marketing materials and social media outlets.
Upon accepting the scholarship, the applicants will also agree to allow alliantgroup, LP to use their complete name, the name of their university, and/or a picture to be used in announcing the winners of the scholarship.
- Scholarship is to be used exclusively for STEM university tuition and related academic expenses.
- A check for $10,000 will be made payable to the award recipient’s school to cover these expenses.
- The Fall Semester winners will be notified on or before September 15th, 2017.
Applications are due September 1st, 2017. The winners will be announced September 15th, 2017.
Please direct all questions to alliantgroup at 844-564-0064 or email Scholarships@alliantgroup.com.
Please do not use the Live Chat, Contact Us Form or call alliantgroup for scholarship related questions. It is best to either call 844-564-0064 or email Scholarships@alliantgroup.com with your questions. Thank you for your cooperation.
Applications and supporting documentation will not be returned and become property of alliantgroup. alliantgroup has the right to refuse and/or retract any scholarship application or scholarship award during the judging, awarding or post awarding process. Refusal/retraction can be based on, but not limited to, unfactual and incorrect information provided in the application or failure to meet any of the requirements.