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.
NEW SCHOLARSHIP OFFERINGS!
AATCC Foundation West Region Scholarship
The AATCC Foundation West Region Scholarship is a $2,000 scholarship intended for rising juniors or seniors pursuing an undergraduate degree in a textile or fashion-related field of study at a public college or university with an active AATCC student chapter.
AATCC Foundation Corporate Member Scholarship
The AATCC Foundation Corporate Member Scholarship is intended for the children of AATCC corporate member employees. In particular, this scholarship focuses on high school seniors who are applying for acceptance at a college or university, and plan to study textile related topics. The scholarship recipient must attend a college or university that has an AATCC student chapter.
For more information on these and other Foundation scholarships, go to the Foundation Grants and Scholarship page.
GREAT NEWS . . .
Beginning in 2015, all recipients of AATCC Foundation scholarships will receive free student membership with AATCC for one year. If you are already a student member, your membership will be extended for one year.
AND MORE GREAT NEWS . . .
AATCC INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
SCHOLARSHIP REIMBURSEMENT PROGRAM
AATCC Foundation, Inc. invites ALL of our scholarship recipients to attend the AATCC International Conference from March 24-26, 2015 in Savannah, Georgia. Student registration fees will be waived, and the Foundation will provide up to $500 reimbursement per scholarship recipient for travel and accommodations (pre-authorization is required). Please contact Debra Hibbard (firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-549-3524) for more information.
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