Cameron Effect Scholarship in Ohio is back for another year!
This year, we are hosting the 2019 Grant Awards in the Capital Region!
This time, we will be hosting two separate Grant Awards, each with a separate focus: The Cameron Effect scholarship is a scholarship designed to provide a foundation for an individual to develop their own personal connection to science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) and to share it with the world through a personal project.
The Cameron effect scholarship is not for anyone who is interested in STEM education or who is considering STEM careers.
The goal is to make a difference and create lasting impact through science, math, engineering, and math education.
The Grant Awards are open to all students from elementary through high school and are funded through the Ohio Department of Education.
The awards are open only to students in Ohio, and the winners will be announced on May 31.
You can also apply to be a part of the awards by visiting the Cameron Effect Scholarships page.
How to apply: For students who are enrolled in an Ohio school system, you can apply to apply through the Schools and Libraries website.
The application includes an online essay and can be completed online in 15 minutes.
If you have questions about the application process or can’t find the information you are looking for, please email [email protected]
For students in public and private schools, the application is available on the Schools and Libraries web page.
Students in a public school can also use the School and Libraries application.
If the application does not meet your needs, please contact the Cameron effect Scholarship Office at [email protected] or 407-926-3362.
How you can learn more about the Grant Awards: For more information about the Cameron Effects scholarship, visit Cameron Effect’s website at www.cbse-cc.org/gates-millennium-scholarshop.
For more details about the awards, visit the Grant Award Page on Cameron Effect.
For information on the 2018 Cameron Effect Award, visit cbc-cameron.com.
To learn more, visit www.cbc-d.org or call 1-800-336-4331.