A.L. Brown Scholarship
Sponsored by: New England Chapter of the Society of Fire Protection Engineers
Application Deadline January 31
Type of Award Scholarship
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Applicant must have graduated from a secondary school in Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island or Vermont or currently attend a New England college or university. Applicant must be pursing a Bachelor of Science or a graduate degree in engineering.
Requirements for the A.L. Brown Scholarship
1 Walnut St.
Boston, MA 2108
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Can I apply for more General Engineering awards?
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How much money does the this award give out?
Recipients of the A.L. Brown Scholarship earn at least $1000. You can find more scholarships that award a minimum of $1000 by using our comprehensive Scholarship Search.