Registrations for the Third Annual WISE program of Scholarship have been opened for the women residing in Washington & wishing to pursue a degree in STEM

FAACS of Bellevue, Alexander Sobel made a pleasant announcement about the third annual Scholarship program of the WISE; Women in STEM Excel which has opened the applications for acceptance.

About the scholarship & WISE, Doctor Sobel stated: “It’s no secret that men have long dominated STEM industries, and I truly believe that reversing the underrepresentation of women in these fields is essential for accelerating the sciences. It is my hope that this scholarship can afford these students greater opportunity to take their rightful seat at the table.”

He further added: “We’ve had the opportunity to meet and support such incredible young women who will no doubt take their respective fields by storm. The future of STEM shines brightly with these Washingtonian women at the helm.”

All female students residing in the Washington State who wish pursue any STEM-related degree are encouraged & stimulated to apply for the scholarship of $1500 by means of an application which can be downloaded initiated yesterday i.e. 15th April. The granted scholarship funds can be utilized at any university or college to compensate for the tuition fee & expense for education like textbooks, supplies, fundamental technology, costs for transportation & other on-campus expenses.

By June 28th, 2019, applications will be accepted. The applications which are submitted will be examined and reviewed by the WISE Scholarship Committee, which will shortlist the deserving candidate on the basis of the quality of the application and level of adherence to the requirements of the scholarship. The selected recipient will be sent a notification upon selection and the award will be paid in the form of cash prize.

Doctor Sobel concluded: “I have no doubt the third iteration of this scholarship will introduce us to another incredible, diverse group of women with a passion for the sciences. I wish all of our applicants the very best of luck!”