Corporate / Government Sponsored Scholarships

These are past and current scholarship sponsors from corporate America, federal agencies and affinity groups,  which have contributed to the GMiS STEM Scholarships.  Scholarships range from $1,000 - $10,000.  All scholarships are merit-based.


      Provides highly-competitive, $5,000 merit-based scholarships to undergraduate students with a minimum 3.0 GPA, pursuing a field of study relevant to Chevron and demonstrate a strong interest in Chevron.  Hispanic students from the following institutions are strongly encouraged to apply and be considered for this scholarship - Arizona State U; Auburn U; Boston U; Brigham Young U; California Maritime Academy; Cal Poly Pomona; Cal Poly SLO; CSU - Bakersfield; CSU-Chico; CSU-East Bay;  CSU-Sacramento; CSU-San Diego; Colorado School of Mines; Cornell; LSU; New Mexico Tech; Pennsylvania State University; Stanford U; Texas A&M U; U of Arizona; UC-Berkeley; UC-Davis; UCLA; U. of Alabama; U of Georgia; U of New Orleans; UPRM; U. of Southern California; UT-Austin, UTEP, UTSA, UTRGV

These $5,000 merit-based scholarships are awarded to undergraduates and often invited to apply for an internship, if qualified.

    Provides merit-based scholarships to chemical and mechanical engineering students at a 4-year ABET-accredited institution.

       Graduate scholarships in the amount of $10,000 are competitively awarded to students purusing a masters or doctoral degree in computing.  Scholarships may also be accompanied by a Letter of Intent.


These merit-based scholarships are awarded to students pursuing a STEM degree that is relevant to Leidos.

These scholarships are awarded to Hispanic students pursuing a medical degree or pre-medical degree.

  These merit-based scholarships are awarded to Hispanic undergraduates, who are pursuing a STEM degree at a 4-year Hispanic-Serving Institution.

These $10,000 merit-based scholarships are awarded to first-time, first-year Hispanic students entering a STEM degree at an accredited Hispanic-Serving Institution.  Students have the opportunity to apply for an internship and continued financial support as an undergraduate.  Click here for more information.

Undergraduate students and incoming freshman must be pursuing a degree in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Software Engineering or Systems Engineering at one of the following institutions: Cal Tech; Cal Poly SLO; Cal Poly Pomona; Carnegie Mellon; Florida A&M U; Georgia Tech; Howard U; MIT; NC A&T State; NC State; Purdue U; San Diego State U; Stanford University; UC-Berkeley; UCSB; UCLA; UCSD; U of Colorado-Boulder; U of Florida; U of Illinois; UMBC; UM-College Park; U of Michigan; USC; U of Virginia; Virginia Tech.

  Through the Oracle Academy, one $10,000 graduate scholarship and two $2,500 undergraduate scholarships will be sponsored.  Scholarships are merit-based.

The Oracle Academy - - advances computer science education, making it accessible globally to drive knowledge, innovation, skills development, and diversity in technology fields.

  These merit-based scholarships are awarded to students attending a 4-year institution and pursuing a STEM degree in Southern California.

    These merit-based scholarships are awarded to incoming freshman and current undergraduate and graduate students pursuing fields of study relevant to The Boeing Company.  Recipients are often invited to a special Boeing reception at the HENAAC Conference.