Welcome to the student resource page! Here you will find information on scholarships, ongoing research funding and other additional resources for students.
Resources at Partner Institutions
CO-WY AMP partner institutions have a wide variety of programs and resources to help underrepresented STEM students have richer, more successful undergraduate experiences. These programs include scholarship opportunities, research experiences, tutoring resources, and much more.
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SWE Scholarships support those who identify as a female/woman and are pursuing an ABET-accredited bachelor or graduate student program in preparation for careers in engineering, engineering technology and computer science in the United States.
MAES seeks to assist Hispanic students in completing their higher education goals. Scholarships are available on a competitive basis to student members in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
Paying for a computer science degree can be challenging for many. CS students can read on to find scholarships and grants to make their college education a reality, and will also find information and resources specifically for minority students, including women, African-American, Hispanic, Asian, and LGBTQ students.
Education and career training opportunities in STEM. Find links to paid undergraduate research placements; financial support in graduate school; NASA-supported internships, fellowships and scholarships; opportunities in Ocean Sciences, Engineering, and more.
AfterCollege is an employer funded entry-level job & internship resource started by Stanford students over a decade ago. They match students with various opportunities based on school, major and graduation date.
College Success for Women in STEM: Scholarships, Programs and Organizations Helping Women Bridge the STEM Gender Gap
A comprehensive resource that women can use to learn about their education and career options in STEM fields. The guide is filled with various online and campus-based resources, including a list of scholarships and grant opportunities exclusively for women in STEM.
A review of the history of women in computer science, current opportunities for women, and resources to help women explore and grow in computer science fields.
A list of scholarship award programs for the Black community, tips on how to improve a scholarship application, and additional resources that provide support to African-American students from enrollment through graduation and beyond.
Hispanic and Latinx students looking for a college education should keep a sharp eye out for scholarships and resources that can make a difference. Find some of today’s best financial, education, and advocacy resources for Hispanics and Latinxs in 2021.
An overview of the history of women in STEM, the gender gap, obstacles and solutions. Includes a list of resources and recommended reading on the topic.
A resource covering the importance of STEM programs being more inclusive to minorities, and ways this can be achieved. The guide also provides resources for minority college students in STEM programs, along with scholarships for women, African American, American Indian, and Hispanic STEM students.
If you’ve ever felt like a fraud — that you’re not as intelligent as your peers, or that you don’t deserve your success — you may be experiencing impostor syndrome. Here’s what you can do to shake the feeling.
A comprehensive list that details the many advantages gained from diversity, demographics of the engineering industry, and an overview of the different types of engineering careers. Also included are financial resources like grants and scholarships that are targeted toward minorities, engineering internship opportunities, and professional associations and organizations that exist to help improve diversity in engineering.
A history of Women in STEM, looking at major milestones, as well as career opportunities in the field and how we can get girls more involved in STEM now and in the future.
A resource center for students covering overall REU questions and topics, a listing of available REUs, tips for applying, and additional information on NSF GEO REUs.