The New York Chapter
The New York Chapter supports AEE ideals through educational programs and industry-recognition awards conducted throughout the New York region. The chapter represents hundreds of energy professionals, and is growing. Meetings take place on the third Tuesday of each month from September through June. Topics range from technical to policy issues. A June gala recognizes the industry's best projects and professionals.
Announcement | AEE Scholarship
Spring is approaching, if not outside at least on the calendar, which means it is AEE scholarship time. The NY Chapter will again sponsor qualified student candidates for AEE scholarships from $500 up to $2,000. If you know of a qualified and deserving student please forward this information and encourage them to apply. Here is what you and they need to know:
AEE Scholarship Procedure
The AEE NY Chapter will screen and submit qualified candidates to the AEE Scholarship Foundation for consideration. Each Chapter may submit up to six nominees, no more than two of whom may be post-baccalaureate students.
Scholarships shall be available to undergraduate and graduate degree candidates who are enrolled in engineering or management programs at accredited colleges or universities.
Scholarship funds are to be used for courses directly related to energy engineering or energy management preferably within the curriculum leading to a major or minor in energy engineering.
Completed Applications for Scholarship must be submitted to the NY Chapter no later than April 17th, 2015. Email applications to: RMeier@smartwattinc.com.
AEE Scholarship Committee shall make its selections by July 1st, 2015. Winning applicants will be notified by email of their award.
The following attachments must be included in your submission to your local AEE Chapter or AEE Foundation Scholarship Director.
1. A personal recommendation from a faculty member of the school that the student is attending that describes the student’s academic standing, character and financial need.
2. Current transcript.
3. A 50-150 Word Statement from student explaining why the student wishes to study energy engineering or energy management. This Statement should also describe financial need.
Thanks and good luck!