Eligible students include those who are studying in the areas of legal professions, social service, military technology, public administration, social sciences, security professions and Reserve Officer Training Corps, including JROTC and ROTC programs.
Eligible students must have a grade point average of 3.0 or above. They must require the use of mobility devices on a regular basis. Scholarship recipients may use the money for tuition at their choice of a college or university.
Students must be enrolled full-time in either a two- or four-year program at a U.S. accredited college, university or technical school and working to achieve a degree. They must have a grade point average of 2.0 or above to apply. Students applying must be no more than 25 years old. Parents of eligible children must be employed at the company at least one year.
Applicants must complete a 500-word essay in which they describe the roadblocks they have faced and what a college education would mean to them. Students must have a grade point average of 2.75 in grades 9 through 11 in order to apply in their senior year. They must also demonstrate a commitment to helping others in their community.
To qualify, students must be 13 years old or older; it is for high school students only. Students can be from the U.S. or Canada and can also be attending private or public school or be home-schooled. Awards include first, second and third-place winners, plus honorable mentions, in each grade category, which includes Junior Division (7,8,9) and Senior Division (12,11,12).
Up to 34 scholarships are awarded each year, and the scholarship is renewable. To qualify, students must have excellent grades, demonstrated leadership skills and a passion for improving the world. They must be full-time students at a U.S. accredited four-year college or university. Each applicant must complete an essay. From all applications, semi-finalists are selected, and finalists are chosen to receive scholarships.
The contest consists of writing an 800-1,600 word-essay on the subject of how the future of the planet's energy depends on the innovation and skill of the plumbing and mechanical industry. Three students will be awarded prizes for first, second and third place. In addition, their essays will be published in IAPMO’s membership magazine and on the IAPMO website.
Students' academic record is considered, although no specific grade point average is designated. However, students must maintain a grade point average of 3.0 or above in order to renew the scholarship.
Students must be enrolled as juniors at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. One scholarship is awarded each year. The required grade point average is 3.25. The scholarship is renewable an additional year as long as the student maintains a grade point average of 3.0 or above.
Eligible students must be enrolled full-time at a U.S. accredited college or university. Five total awards are given, including one each first, second and third prize, and two honorable mentions. The essay consists of describing in their own words an experience they have had with ethics and what it has taught them.