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Georgia Tech Suncoast Alumni Network Scholarship

This scholarship is for High school students from the local Tampa / St. Petersburg area who are applying to Georgia Tech. Students are evaluated on academics, leadership and involvement, and an essay. Click the title above and be sure to select "Suncoast/Tampa Bay" as the club name.

Although the local alumni network scholarship winner is selected locally, the application process is handled through the alumni association and financial aid office. Prospective students who have applied to Georgia Tech will be contacted directly with the application for our local scholarship. Learn more about our network scholarship and other geographic network scholarships here.

Corporate Network Scholarship Application 2014

Georgia Tech Black Alumni Organization Freshman Scholarship Application 2014

Georgia Tech Black Alumni Organization Upperclassman Scholarship Application 2014

Georgia Tech Suncoast Alumni Network Scholarship

The Suncoast Georgia Tech Alumni Network raises funds throughout the year for the purpose of awarding an annual scholarship for a local student attending Georgia Tech. In an effort to provide scholarship opportunities to local students for years to come, the Suncoast Georgia Tech Alumni Club has launched a fundraising campaign for an endowment fund. Past Georgia Tech Suncoast Alumni Network Scholarship Recipients:

For additional information regarding endowment fund contributions, Suncoast Club Scholarship applications or to help with scholarship interviews, please contact the Scholarship chairperson.

 

Godbold Family Foundation Scholarship

The guiding principle of the Godbold Scholarship Program is to provide economic access while rewarding academic achievement. Francis S. (Bo) Godbold earned a bachelor's degree from Georgia Tech in Industrial Engineering in 1965 and currently is Vice Chairman for Raymond James Financial, Inc. The Godbold family initiated an undergraduate scholarship program through their family foundation to help academically qualified students who face financial challenges in meeting their educational goals. The Godbold family hopes that the Godbold Scholarships will inspire the students who receive them to succeed in life and, in time, become Tech scholarship donors themselves.

In order to be considered for a Godbold Scholarship the student must:

  • Complete the regular financial aid application process outlined at here
  • Be an entering freshman from the Tampa Bay, Florida, region or specific counties in South Carolina, North Carolina, and Tennessee
  • Have an SAT score of 1500 or higher (combination of math and verbal scores only)
  • Demonstrate financial need beyond resources the student’s family can provide

The student’s demonstrated financial need is met with Institute gift aid that is matched with a Godbold Scholarship in combination with a $2,500 Work Study opportunity. The Godbold Scholarship is an annual offer that may be renewed for up to three additional years (a total of eight semesters). Future eligibility and awards will be based upon the student’s academic achievement, financial need, and availability of funds. Historically, the largest number of Godbold Family Scholarship recipients have been residents of the Tampa Bay area.

 

American Institute of Chemical Engineers

The local chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers has a scholarship for students from central Florida who will be studying chemical engineering. Go to the aiche-cf.org website and click on the College Scholarships link on the left side for a copy of the application. Applications for Central Florida AIChE Scholarships are due by March 15th, 2013. AIChE has not received any applications from GT Chem-E students. The application on website has been updated.

 

Family and Friends of Mark R. Mahoney and the Mark R. Mahoney Endowment

This $2500 scholarship is a Georgia Tech specific scholarship awarded through the Hillsborough Education Foundation. To view the specific requirements and how to apply click the title above.

 

Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) Scholarship

The Society of American Military Engineers (SAME), Tampa Bay Post, is pleased to offer scholarships to qualified students in engineering or architectural programs! Scholarships in the amount of $1,000 will be open to high school seniors with a demonstrated interest in engineering or architecture AND $2,000 scholarships for college freshman currently enrolled in an accredited engineering or architecture curriculum.

 

Scholarship Recipients


It is future incoming students that the Georgia Tech Suncoast Alumni Network is especially asking you to please consider contributing to your Network’s scholarship fund.
 

 

2017: Natalie Mack 2016: Jackie Buzzett
2015: Jared Duncan 2014: Rohith Ravi
2013: Laura O'Connell 2012: Ryan Pickren
2011: Erin Seligsohn and Haley Hahmann 2010: Lillian Ponitz
2009:  Matt Smithman 2008:  Phillip Ackmert
2007:  Dylan Froman 2006:  Daniel Quintas
2005:  Ryan Craft 2004:  No Scholarship
2003:  Jamie Frazier 2002:  Austin Dryden