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ACES-NM Young Asian-American Student Award

ACES-NM

Association of Chinese American Engineers and Scientists of New Mexico (ACES-NM)

A Chapter of Chinese Institute of Engineers – USA

CIE-USA

Young Asian-American Student Award

Application Deadline: November 8, 2019

The Asian-American population is one of the fastest growing demographic in New Mexico, now accounting for around 5% of the population. The mission of the Association of Chinese American Engineers and Scientists of New Mexico (ACES-NM) Young Asian American Student Award Program is to outstanding Asian American high school students living within our local chapter area who demonstrate excellent academic achievements, leadership in community service, global awareness and professional development. The program challenges and encourages the applicants to reach the highest standards of career development and lifetime achievement.

ACES-NM is now soliciting applications for the annual Young Asian American Student Award. Three to five awardees will be selected, and each recipient will be recognized and presented a $250 award at the annual ACES-NM Annual Meeting in December 2019.

Eligibility: The application is open to U.S. citizens or permanent residents with Asian heritage currently enrolled in 10th to 12th grade at greater Albuquerque area high schools, excluding those who have received this award previously.

Evaluation: The evaluation committee consists of current ACES-NM Board members and local Asian-American community leaders, excluding those with children who are applicants.

Submission Guidelines: Online application is available from September 1, 2019 until November 8, 2019. Please submit your application at ACES-NM Website by clicking here . The awardee will be notified by November 27, 2019.

Additionally, To complete the application, the following documents must be uploaded through the application Website. Incomplete application will not be considered.

  1. Official high school transcript,
  2. A letter of support from either a teacher or a community leader familiar with the student’s achievements and activities.