The Erie Canal Chapter Scholarships are awarded to assist deserving students in furthering their educational objectives. Their program of study must lead to a degree in any one of the various disciplines or specializations in Science, Technologies, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).
AFCEA is a member-based, non-profit association that focuses on cyber, command, control, communications, computers and intelligence to address national and international security challenges. Candidates for Erie Canal Scholarships need to be engaging in a course of study that will result in a degree in: science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines focused on information technology, cybersecurity, telecommunications and electronics supporting the defense, homeland security and intelligence communities. In the event of extenuating circumstances, it may be necessary for Erie Canal Chapter, to request an applicant to provide the curriculum list for their major in order to determine if the major meets the AFCEA STEM criteria.
2020 AFCEA International
ERIE CANAL CHAPTER
SRC SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
Depending on if you are in high school or college, please be sure to download the correct application.
Left to right: Nathaniel Adair, Spencer Wells, Bryce Daskiewich, Alayna Munn, Preston Mecca, AFCEA President, Rick Lockridge. Missing from photo: Nicholas Adair, Abraham Farrell, Nicholas Roseboom, Nicole Jeselson, Joshua Lewis, Lexington Stoyell, Jarrett Winders.
Applications, including letters of recommendation (must be signed and dated), must be typed or computer generated, and received by the AFCEA Secretary by close of business 10 Feb 2020, to be considered. Scholarships will be announced and awards made at the AFCEA Scholarship Luncheon in April 2020.