The ASQ Chicago Section 1201 awards a $2500 scholarship each year to a high school student graduating in 2018 to help the student pursue a higher education. Scholarship application must be postmarked by December 1, 2017. The scholarship winner will be announced by March 1, 2018, with the award being made at a spring section meeting.
Eligibility and Qualifications
The scholarship is open to any college bound high school senior in the Chicago Metropolitan area. The applicant must be planning and eligible to continue his or her education at an accredited university, college, vocational school or junior college offering an associate or bachelor’s degree. Interested candidates must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 on a 4-point scale or 3.75 on a 5-point scale, complete the scholarship application and submit two letters of recommendation. One letter of recommendation must be from a member of ASQ Chicago Section.
Any member of ASQ Chicago Section can sponsor an applicant for the Scholarship. Your candidate does not have to be a family member – he or she can be a neighbor or co-worker’s son or daughter, or someone you know from church. The High School Scholarship Award was established to honor Maurice Maurer, a devoted member of the Chicago Section.
Criteria for Selection
Applicants will be evaluated by a panel of judges on an essay on describing a personal experience or an idea you have that demonstrates how your think quality would be free.
It is the responsibility of the applicant to complete all steps of the application procedure. No application will be considered complete until all information requested is provided.
Download the Application Form Here…
Our Section has been awarded the PAR Performance Gold. We have been working towards this goal for several years. We finally achieved it. Congratulations to all for your contribution.
Some of the key elements were our Treasurer’s meticulous on time submissions of the required reports, our World Class Auditing process, Programs’ innovating events, Membership’s new initiatives, Nik’s presentation at last year’s Member Leader Conference and our successful presentation on Sister Sections, spearheading a new corporate initiative, introducing Social Responsibility, HQ’s recognized efforts from our certification renewal process, the Proctoring, Jim fanning’s Website development and Eric’s Programs PAR submittals three years ago (it was kept alive), TI educating our volunteers and offering free tuition to our veterans, and all of the coordinated efforts/contributions from all of the member leaders / volunteers that make the Section work so well.
Thank you and congratulations to all for your dedication and selfless efforts.
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Start of TI Winter 2017 Classes Delayed
Triton College has suddenly and unexpectedly canceled the TI Room Rental Agreement as of December 15, 2016.
Currently, the TI has no location to hold classes. Every effort is being made to secure a new location. Regretfully the TI must delay start of Winter term classes until a new location is secured. The TI will notify you of the new location and start date when arrangements are made.
Your understanding and support is appreciated.