Last Call for Lariat STEM Scholar Program 2023 Applications

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The Lariat Future Innovators Foundation, a nonprofit organization helping rural students pursue a STEM education, is accepting applications for its 2023 Lariat STEM Scholar Program.

The organization will award up to four scholarships ranging from $10,000 to $30,000 each. 

High school seniors stand to win up to $30,000, payable over four years. Rising college juniors can win up to $18,000, payable over two years. And rising college seniors can win $10,000.

To qualify for the scholarship, applicants must live in a rural area (a town or city with a population less than 25,000) in the United States. Check here for a list of eligible zip codes. 

Applicants also must come from families with less than $55,000 in household income, be between the ages of 18 and 24, and be pursuing a STEM major. Check here for a full list of eligible STEM majors. 

To apply, eligible students must identify their major, submit academic scores and SAT/ACT scores, and list any academic awards they have received. They must also write an essay of 500 words or more on why they have chosen to pursue a degree in STEM or the lessons they have learned from their part-time jobs. 

In addition, applicants must also answer three questions about the most defining extracurricular activity they participated in, an adversity they faced and key takeaways from two recent books they’ve read, in 100 words or less.

To apply, eligible students must write an essay of 750 words or more on where they find inspiration for their art and creativity, and how they see that shaping their future.

Applications must be submitted by June 30, 2023.

To apply for the Lariat STEM Scholar Program, click here.

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