Two full-time student scholarships are to be awarded to students who are entering their senior year in 2019 and who are pursuing a degree in public administration, public works, or a branch of engineering that is applicable to public works such as civil engineering.
One scholarship will be awarded to a full-time public works employee who is concurrently pursuing his/her education in a public works/engineering related field. You may have someone who is going to school part time and working full time in a public works capacity that could qualify for the full-time public works employee scholarship.
Two full-time student scholarships will be awarded to students who are currently pursuing a graduate degree in Water Resources Engineering.
Since 1999, Anchor QEA has presented more than 150 scholarships to graduate students across the country. Applications are being accepted for 2020 scholarships from now until November 25, 2020, and scholarships will be awarded in January 2021. To be eligible for a 2020 Anchor QEA scholarship, applicants need to be graduate students majoring in engineering, environmental sciences, planning and restoration, or a related technical field. Additional information about the scholarship at Anchor QEA’s website.