EFW College Freshman Scholarships (for current high school seniors)
The Engineering Foundation of Wisconsin Scholarship
4 Scholarships, of $2,000 each.
The WSPE Past Presidents Scholarship
1 Scholarship of $2,000.
The Behling Scholarship
2 Scholarships of $2,000 each.
The Louis C Geiger Scholarship
3 Scholarships of $2,000 each.
The Yu-Hwa Terry Ni FREE Program
1 or 2 Scholarships totaling $2,000.
The Charles H Bennett Memorial Scholarship
Established and administered by the WSPE Fox River Valley chapter may be awarded.
There are other scholarships that are awarded through the local WSPE chapters to the students in their geographic area.
EFW Scholarships for College Seniors
The Michael Odill Memorial Scholarship
Awarded to a Marquette University senior in civil engineering.
2020-2021 Scholarship information
The Scholarship Program is now accepting applications. Completed applications must be returned via email by December 21, 2020.
Completed applications shall be a single PDF file no greater than 10MB.
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Engineers Foundation of Wisconsin
Since 1981, the Engineers Foundation of Wisconsin (EFW), has been dedicated to providing scholarships and support to outstanding high school and college students pursuing engineering as a professional career.
Sponsored by the Wisconsin Society of Professional Engineers, the EFW promotes engineering education through annual scholarships. These scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic achievement, community involvement, extracurricular activities and need.
The Louis C Geiger Scholarship is named after Louis C. Geiger. Louis, who as the 1968 WSPE President, advanced the engineering profession and our High School Students Awards Program.
The Yu-Hwa Terry Ni FREE Program scholarship is provided by Yu-Hwa Terry Ni, P.E. through the Funds for the Restoration and Enhancement of the Earth (FREE) Program. The FREE Program is established to encourage and increase involvement activities for restoration and enhancement of the Earth to improve sustainability.
EFW is funded solely through voluntary contributions.
You can make a difference in a young engineer's life today!
For options how you can become involved, please see how to Support Engineering Students.
All contributions are 100% tax deductible.
If you or your firm, are/is interesting in starting a scholarship in your name refer to the process in which donors can establish an engineering scholarship fund in the name of any person or entity.
See the AGREEMENT for establishment of a scholarship fund.
Forward scholarship questions to or for more information, contact Glen Jablonka. Please contact us today to find out how.