AATCC Foundation, Inc. was established in 1997 and operates in the furtherance of the charitable mission of the Association. AATCC Foundation, Inc. promotes the science and knowledge of textile design, coloration, materials, processing, and testing through research and education and seeks ways to develop and promote quality standards throughout the world.
AATCC FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP AVAILABLE IN 2014
CSI Textile and Apparel Design Scholarship
The AATCC Foundation Color Solutions International Textile and Apparel Design Scholarship is intended for qualifying university students in the textile and apparel design field. Scholarships are considered based on citizenship, need, academic expectancy, and the student’s history of work and community service.
AATCC Foundation, Inc. Metro Scholarship offers a scholarship targeted to undergraduate students pursuing a degree in a textile field at a university or college in the New England, New York and New Jersey areas with an AATCC student chapter. The AATCC Foundation Metro Scholarship is intended for qualifying university students studying based on citizenship, need, and academic expectancy.
AATCC Foundation, Inc. offers the Charles H. Stone Scholarship for qualifying textile chemistry students and related fields of study to juniors and seniors at Clemson University and NC State University. The scholarship committee contacts the university representatives directly for applicants.
AATCC Foundation, Inc. Charles E. Gavin Family Scholarship offers scholarships to specific universities on a rotating basis. In 2014, the Gavin Family Scholarship Committee will be soliciting applicants from Auburn University Chemical Engineering.
Applications for the above scholarships are due MARCH 31, 2014
The Nonwovens Institute Undergraduate Student Scholarship
AATCC Foundation, in collaboration with The Nonwovens Institute, offers The Nonwovens Institute Undergraduate Student Scholarship. This scholarship is offered to US citizens, or permanent residents who are currently juniors or rising seniors majoring in fiber and polymer sciences, textiles, materials science, paper science, chemical engineering or related disciplines. The purpose is to support undergraduate students interested in pursuing graduate studies in the area of polymers, fibers or nonwovens.
Applications for The Nonwovens Scholarship are due APRIL 30, 2014
To see additional information and applications for these scholarships, see the Grants and Scholarship link on this page.
Questions? Call AATCC Foundation, Inc. at 919-549-3524 or email Debra Hibbard at firstname.lastname@example.org
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