SEMA Memorial Scholarship, 2018

Bachelors, Masters, PhD, Training & Short courses
Study in:United States
Deadline: 01 Nov 2017

icon Bachelors, Masters, PhD, Training & Short courses

icon Automotive Industry

Open to US Nationals

icon  Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA)

icon 01 Nov 2017

icon Only tuition fees, Depends upon the college

iconAny accredited university or college in the US

More about this scholarship

The Specialty Equipment Market Association is offering scholarships to the US citizens in the automotive industry.


  • The applicants for SEMA Memorial Scholarship, 2018 should be citizens of the US.
  • The candidates should be enrolled in an accredited university, college or post-secondary vocational/technical program in the US.
  • The applicants attending a four-year accredited university or college should have completed at least 50 credit hours and applicants attending a two-year accredited community college or vocational/technical program should have completed at least 25 credit hours.
  • The candidates attending an automotive training certification program should have completed half of total classroom hours and those pursuing a Master’s, Post-baccalaureate or Doctorate degree should provide a proof of acceptance or enrollment.
  • The applicants should have 2.5 GPA and should be pursuing studies leading to an automotive industry career.

Documents required

  • The candidates applying for SEMA Memorial Scholarship, 2018 should submit a recommendation letter online from a post-secondary teacher, administrator or guidance counselor.
  • The applicants should also submit school transcripts, two essays on why they want to pursue a career in the automotive market and why they should be given the scholarship in 250 words.
  • The candidates should also submit their personal information including academic, extracurricular, automotive related activities, work, military experience, and community service.

Value of the scholarship

  • The recipients of SEMA Memorial Scholarship, 2018 get $2,000 – $3,000, with $5,000 for the top student.
  • The students attending Ohio Technical College get a full year of tuition, valued up to $29,400.


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