Earl I. Anderson Scholarship
Sponsored by: American Radio Relay League (ARRL) Foundation, Inc.
Application Deadline February 1
Type of Award Scholarship
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Applicant must have a radio license and be an ARRL member. Preference is given to electronic engineering or related field majors and to residents of Florida, Illinois, Indiana, or Michigan who are attending school in state of residence.
Requirements for the Earl I. Anderson Scholarship
Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering
225 Main St.
Newington, CT 6111
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How many awards are available?
The Earl I. Anderson Scholarship gives out a maximum of 3 awards.
How much money does the this award give out?
The average award amount for the Earl I. Anderson Scholarship is $1250. The Earl I. Anderson Scholarship has a minimum award of $1250 and a maximum of $1250. For more awards of at least $1250, visit our Scholarship Search.