This scholarship/grant was graciously shared with you by:
BDPA Education and Technology Foundation is proud to open up the application period for any graduating high school student or current college student interested in the Annual Eli Lilly and Company Scholarship for BDPA Students!
The Lilly/BDPA Scholarship deadline is Monday, July 15, 2019.
The purpose of the Lilly/BDPA Scholarship is to recognize outstanding minority students, with an interest in information technology, who make significant contributions to society. Applicants must excel academically, show exceptional leadership potential, and make an impact on their communities through service to others.
Lilly/BDPA Scholars will be awarded a one-time $4,000 scholarship that may be used to pursue an Information Technology focused degree at an accredited four-year college/university of their choice. The Lilly/BDPA scholarship may be used to supplement benefits from the college/university that the student is attending or plans to attend as well as fellowships from other foundations or organizations. Students may use the scholarship to cover the cost of tuition, fees, books, room and board, and other college-related expenses.
Scholarship recipients will be selected based on the application, essay, and letters of recommendation.
Review the Eli Lilly Scholarship Guidelines and Application Packet for eligibility details.
Scholarships will be awarded only to students who fully meet the scholarship requirements. All application materials must be submitted by Monday, July 15, 2019 in order to be eligible. Incomplete, e-mailed or faxed applications will not be considered!
We will announce the winners of the Eli Lilly Scholarship for BDPA Students during the National BDPA Technology Conference.
We are very proud of our past Lilly/BDPA scholarship winners:
2017: Eleanor Wilson (Carnegie Mellon University)
2017: Jasmine Stone (Yale University)
2017: Deja Lindsey (Georgetown University)
2016: Lauren Ravenell (Ball State University)
2016: Adrienne Nelson (Florida A&M University)
2016: Andre Garner (University of Illinois)
2015: Chelsea Carter (Kettering University)
2015: Deeneva Nikerle (Temple University)
2014: Pooja Chebolu (University of Southern California);
2014: Dylan Gunn (North Carolina A&T)
2013: Risa Christopher (Indiana University)
2013: Cameron Hughes (University of California, San Diego)
2012: Allen Warner (Valdosta State University)
2011: Jala Cruz (North Central High School)
2011: Adwait Walimbe (John Marshall High School)
2010: Leslie Vasquez (Pike High School)
2010: Gerardo Dominguez (Chicago State University)
2009: Hung Vo (Georgia Institute of Technology)
2009: Carrine Johnson (Palos Verdes Peninsula High School)
2008: Khalia Braswell (North Carolina State University)
2008: Lee Reed (University of Michigan)
2007: Daniel Puente (University of Texas)
2007: Christian West (Northwestern University)
Do you know any high school or college kids looking to study in a technology-based field during college? Can they use a scholarship? If so, you need to share this information with them right away!
Dollar Amount: $4,000
Deadline(s): July 15th
Majors Targeted: :Circulation Technology::Electronics and Computer Technology::Industrial Technology::Instructional Technology::Medical Technology: