American Council of Independent Laboratories Scholarship
Sponsored by: American Council of Independent Laboratories (ACIL)
Application Deadline April 4
Type of Award Scholarship
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The American Council of Independent Laboratories Scholarship has an average application process compared to similar scholarships. It may require an essay or interview to apply.
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The American Council of Independent Laboratories Scholarship is competitive compared to similar scholarships.
Awards granted for study only within United States. Applicant must submit a resume or personal statement, two letters of recommendation, transcripts, and information on any other scholarships or grant aid that is currently being received. Selection is based upon applicant's academic achievement, career goals, leadership, and financial need.
Requirements for the American Council of Independent Laboratories Scholarship
Other postgraduate-level study
Manda M. Kelley, Membership Benefits Administrator
Scholarship Questions and Answers
Separate application required?
Award must be repaid?
Award is renewable?
Award is granted yearly?
How much can I receive for this scholarship?
You can earn a maximum of $4000 from the American Council of Independent Laboratories Scholarship. Our Scholarship Search contains additional scholarships that give out $4000 at most.
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How many awards are given out?
The American Council of Independent Laboratories Scholarship is awarded to a minimum of 1 recipients per year.