GENERAL MOTORS MINORITY SCHOLARSHIPS FOR WOMEN AND UNDER-REPRESENTED MINORITIES
The School of Design has enjoyed a rich history of partnership with General Motors. As part of this collaborative relationship, GM has established scholarships for students enrolled in several disciplines at the College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning, including industrial design transportation track and fashion design (design or product tracks). This particular scholarship is available exclusively to women and/or under-represented minorities.
Full-time women/or under-represented minority students entering junior or senior years in either the industrial design (transportation track) or fashion design with a demonstrated interest in working in the automotive industry. Students must possess excellent verbal and written skills and leadership potential. Candidates must have a minimum 3.0 GPA at selection and maintain that average during the duration of time as a GM scholar.
- General Motors special application available here or in the School of Design office
- Current resume
- Link to digital portfolio available through Professional Practice website.
Submit all scholarship applications with complete packet of corresponding materials to: Nancy Brinker, assistant director, academic, in the School of Design 6415D. You can submit a single PDF file containing the application materials listed above (application, resume, statement, link to digital portfolio) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications for several scholarships MAY NOT be combined in the PDF file.
One PDF file per scholarship is required.
Friday, April 15, 2011
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