Engineers’ Council Scholarship

 2016 Engineers’ Council Scholarship Winners Announced

Eleven scholarships were awarded by the Engineers’ Council to graduating high school seniors from Southern California schools, who will begin their science, technology, engineering, or math studies this fall.  Presentation of the $500 scholarships were made at the senior awards events by council representative to the following award winners:

Jesus Tapia Villegas, Palmdale High School, who will be attending the University of California at Irvine to study Electrical Engineering.

Kenneth Johnson, Knight High School, who will be attending Cal State Polytechnic University, Pomona to study Mechanical Engineering.
Eric Stone, Chaminade College Preparatory, who will be attending the University of California at Davis to study Materials Science and Engineering. Corine Lu, Granada Hills Charter High School, who will be attending Yale University to study Electrical Engineering.
Seal_of_University_of_California,_Berkeley.svgJuliette Franzman, El Camino Real High School, who will be attending the University of California at Berkeley to study Physics. Jacob Potts, Taft High School, who will be attending Northeastern University to study Bioengineering.
Jasmine Hassan, Palm Desert High School, who will be attending University of California at San Diego to study Chemical Engineering. Andrew Nott, Da Vinci Science High School, who will be attending Cal Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo to study Mechanical Engineering.
Lauren Irie, West High School, Torrance Unified School District, who will be attending the University of California at Berkeley to study Chemical Engineering. Brandon Habermas, Reseda High School, who will be attending Purdue University to study Mechanical Engineering.
The_University_of_California_UCLA.svgJan Kujawski, Redondo Union High School, who will be attending the University of California Los Angeles to study Electrical Engineering. 

 

2015 Engineers’ Council Scholarship Winners Announced

Nine scholarships were awarded by the Engineers’ Council to graduating high school seniors from Southern California schools, who will begin their science, technology, engineering, or math studies this fall.  Presentation of the $500 scholarships were made at the senior awards events by council representative to the following award winners:

The_University_of_California_UCLA.svgTyler Aubry, Palm Desert High School, who will be attending the University of California at Los Angeles to study Engineering and Mathematics.

Caltech_logo.svgJake Mattinson, Granada Hills Charter High School, who will be attending California Institute of Technology to study Physics.
San_Jose_State_Spartans_Logo.svgAlex Surat, Canoga Park High School, who will be attending California State University San Jose to study Computer Engineering. 1024px-WashUShielding.svgBenjamin Zev, Reseda High School, who will be attending Washington University in St. Louis to study Systems Engineering.
Seal_of_University_of_California,_Berkeley.svgCamille Stuczynski, Taft High School, who will be attending the University of California at Berkeley to study Mechanical Engineering. California State Polytechnic University - Pomona_200pxGiovanny Rodriguez Quevedo, Knight High School, who will be attending California State Polytechnic University Pomona to study Civil Engineering.
Chance Bisquera, Chaminade College Preparatory, who will be attending Harvey Mudd College to study Engineering. 1024px-MIT_Seal.svgAnthony Stuart, Da Vinci Science High School, who will be attending Massachusetts Institute of Technology to study Mechanical Engineering.
Juan Diaz-Salazar, Palmdale High School, who will be attending the University of California at Santa Barbara to study Computer Science.

Congratulations to all of these fine students!  The Engineers’ Council wishes them all rewarding careers in their selected fields of study.