We bring your way, the Intel-AFCEA Diversity Scholarship 2023. Another exciting chance to apply for this opportunity of a lifetime.
Firstly, the Intel-AFCEA Diversity scholarship is meant for STEM students that want to further their education. More so, the scholarship covers both undergraduate and graduate degrees. Therefore, if you are a STEM student, looking to further your education at the undergraduate or Master’s level, this chance is for you. The Intel-AFCEA 2023 has begun for all United States citizens and residents that have a background in STEM.
What is Intel
The Intel-AFCEA Diversity Scholarship 2023 is a partnership or joint effort between Intel and AFCEA.
Intel Corporation is an American multinational corporation and technology company. It has its headquarter in Santa Clara in California, United States of America.
Intel is the world’s largest semiconductor chip manufacturer. Also, it is the developer of the x86 series of microprocessors. Intel ranked number 45 in the 2023 fortune 500 lists of the largest United States corporations. It was by total revenue from 2007 to 2016.
More so, Intel Corporation supplies microprocessors to many computer system manufacturers around the world. Companies like, HP, Acer, Dell, Lenovo, and other computer manufacturing companies. Not just that, Intel is the major supplier of microprocessors for Personal Computers (PC). Furthermore, they also manufactured motherboard chips, flash memory, graphics chips, embedded processors, network interface controllers, and integrated circuits.
Armed Forces Communication and Electronics Association (AFCEA) International. The part sponsors of Intel-AFCEA Diversity Scholarship 2023 is a non-profit membership association that is serving the military, government, industry, and academia. It is a forum for advancing professional knowledge.
AFCEA connects people, ideas, and solutions for global security and promotes STEM education and membership benefits. They also produce the SIGNAL Magazine, a U.S based monthly magazine that talks about the military, government, information technology, and intelligence. Furthermore, AFCEA collaborates with industry communities just like Intel to do something outstanding.
In essence, AFCEA has their main purpose of operation which is to provide a forum for the ethical exchange of information and increase knowledge through the exploration of issues relevant to its members in information technology, communications, and electronics for the defense, homeland security, and intelligence communities.
- The candidate must be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States of America.
- You must be part of the underrepresented group. That is, a female tech, African American, Latin, Native America, or Hispanic origin.
- Applicant must be either be a current member of the Armed Forces, service veteran, active-duty service member, or a Gold Star Family Member with evidence.
- The candidate must be a full-time student in an accredited U.S University. And you must be currently pursuing an undergraduate or graduate (Master’s or Ph.D.) degree.
- Applicant must have a 3.0 or higher cumulative GPA.
- Distance-learning or online programs affiliated with a major United States institution are eligible.
- Undergraduate applicants must be second-year college students enrolled as a sophomore or junior in a four-year institution at the time of application. A current overall GPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale is required.
- Freshman and senior college students are not eligible to apply.
- Graduate applicants must currently be enrolled in their second semester and at least two (2) semester equivalent courses per term at an accredited United States college or University. A current overall GPA of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale is required.
- Chemical Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Computer Science
- Electrical Engineering
- Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Electronics Engineering
- Information Technology
- Industrial Engineering
- Manufacturing Engineering
- Material Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Polymer Engineering
- Robotics Engineering
- System Engineering
Intel-AFCEA Diversity Scholarship Benefits
- Two thousand five hundred dollars scholarship fund will be awarded to a selected undergraduate applicant.
- A three thousand dollars scholarship fund will be awarded to a successful graduate candidate.
- Scholarship funding is restricted to tuition, course-related expenses such as fees, books, supplies. Also, for all the equipment that you will need for the study.
- Potential opportunity for an Intel mentor, Intel job (internship or full-time).
- Access to training, research, Intel architecture (hardware or software).
- Networking with other Intel scholars.
- All award checks are written to the university to be deposited into the student’s account.
- A current official transcript reflecting classes in progress must be issued by the school’s registrar’s office.
- Names and email addresses for one source of letter of recommendation.
- Completed application form.
- One letter of recommendation.
- Current resume.
- Official transcript.
Moving forward, the instruction for the electronic submission of the recommendation letter will be provided to the endorsers automatically. This will be part of the online application process. Please, do not mail separately.
Letter of recommendation will not be accepted by the applicant.
Email to: HERE
Address letter to:
AFCEA Educational Foundation
4114 Legato Road, Suite 1000
Scholarship Application closing date: May 31st, 2023
Apply: CLICK HERE TO APPLY
Intel-AFCEA Diversity scholarship will be closing its doors come May 2023. prepare your documents and move on to higher things.
Other Upcoming AFCEA International Events
02/16/2023 WEST Conference and Exhibition February 16-18, 2023
Conference Theme: Are We Committing to New Capabilities Rapidly Enough to Meet Future Challenges.
Learn and network while exploring and experiencing the latest platforms, leading-edge technologies, and state-of-the-art networking capabilities that support the sea services’ operations.
WEST 2023 will be held in person at the San Diego Convention Centre.
02/22/2023 SIGNAL WEBINAR Sponsored by Lookout: Meeting Today’s OMB Cyber Security Requirements from Endpoint to Cloud.
02/23/2023 SIGNAL WEBINAR sponsored by Creston: Real-time Collaboration is Vital for Today’s Government and Military.
02/24/2023 SIGNAL WEBINAR Sponsored by Security Compass: Secure Software Development in U.S Government Agencies: Issues, Challenges, and Next Steps.
03/15/2023 SIGNAL WEBINAR Sponsored by OmniSci: Mitigating the Risk of Wildfires with Accelerated Analytics.
04/11/2023 TechNet Indo-Pacifics.
04/14/2023 SIGNAL WEBINAR sponsored by Viasat: How 5Gs Currently Enabling The Next Revolution in Tactical Edge Communications.
04/26/2023 TechNet Cyber.
04/27/2023 Military Space Situational Awareness.
Conclusively, the ongoing Intel-AFCEA Diversity Scholarship 2023 can be beneficial to you as a United States resident. However, you have to be in the military, a veteran, or Gold Star Member, and from the underrepresented communities before you can be eligible to apply. So, if you are eligible and meet the required application requirements, then, this scholarship opportunity is for you.