NCS provides scholarships to outstanding graduating high school students pursuing secondary education in a Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM) field at accredited Technical Schools, Colleges, and Universities.
This program recognizes academic achievement and community involvement. Selection criteria include multiple factors including economic need.
Graduating high school students – preferably taking courses in modeling and simulation related topics (e.g., game design, animation, visualization).
Provide a screenshot or transcript report indicating an overall grade point average of at least 3.0.
Submit a well-prepared resume indicating any certifications.
Demonstrate extracurricular activity and community interaction by providing a letter from a faculty member or an extracurricular leader.
Provide a teacher recommendation letter.
Note: No one factor shall be above all other factors. The final decision shall be based on a combination of factors.
A review committee from the National Center for Simulation will select winners using a combination of the factors listed above and available funding
Recipients may be recognized by an NCS representative at an awards ceremony. The recipient and parents (if a minor) consent to the use of photographs and names in social media and press releases.
The scholarship should be used for college related expenses such as tuition.
All application materials must be submitted on-line by the applicant by midnight March 31, 2023. NCS will mail out notification letters to winners by April 7, 2023.
Notes (1) Do not alter or modify the application form, please fill it in as provided. (2) Attach a copy of your resume. (3) Submit paperwork in single-sided format.
Please direct any questions to:
NCS (Attention Lindsey Spalding)
3039 Technology Parkway
Orlando, FL 32826
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org