JMJ Phillip Scholarship
At JMJ Phillip Group, as an executive search firm specializing in the manufacturing, supply chain, and technology sectors, we know how valuable a STEM-based college education is to helping close the skill gap in the current American job market. We are thrilled to offer one annual $1,000 scholarship for graduating high school students and students looking to contribute to the US economy in the near future.
The JMJ Phillip Group scholarship is open to students who will major or are majoring in STEM (science, technology, engineering, or math).
High school students who have been accepted to college and students who are currently enrolled in a college or university are eligible to apply for the JMJ Phillip Group college scholarship program. Additionally, the following criteria must be met for a student to be eligible to apply:
Students must be currently enrolled in a U.S.-based high school or college. Students graduating from high school must plan to attend college during the fall semester in the same year as the application.
Eligible colleges include two-year and four-year universities in the United States.
Students who apply must have a minimum GPA of 3.6. Current (unofficial) transcripts must be sent with the application.
High school students who are applying must have a letter of acceptance from the college they intend to attend. A copy of this letter must be included in the application.
How to Apply
“How can STEM graduates in 2022 change the world in 2040?”
One Letter of Reference
In addition to these requirements, students applying for the scholarship must submit a 500- to 1,000-word essay. The essay must be written in response to the prompt:
For more information about this scholarship and application please visit their website at https://jmjphillip.com/jmj-phillip-stem-scholarship/ or click on the Visit button below.
The scholarship is offered quarterly to eligible students. Each winner is only eligible to receive financial aid from JMJ Phillip Group once, ensuring there is plenty of opportunity for students who have never received the award and for those who have previously applied but were not selected.