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Post Scholarships


The purpose of the Baltimore Post Scholarship and Educational Outreach Fund is to provide financial assistance to: (1) deserving college students to enable them to pursue their chosen course of study in engineering, architecture, or related disciplines; (2) honorably discharged veterans who have served our Nation for professional study directly related to engineering, architecture, or related disciplines, and (3) committee sponsored programs that promote the growth and learning of junior high and high school students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). We accomplish this through scholarships awarded to qualified students and veterans who are pursuing a baccalaureate degree in these fields. Our scholarship recipients are selected on a merit-based approach.


Our program awards scholarships in three categories - One-Year Scholarships, Four-Year Scholarships and Relative Scholarships. All scholarship awards are in the amount of $3,000 per academic year and are awarded during the first semester.

Those students and veterans who are interested can obtain an application form from the link below. Applicants are to select all categories they would like to be considered for, provided they meet the requirements. General requirements for all SAME scholarships are specified on the “Scholarship Selection Criteria” sheet of the application. Additional requirements for each of the three scholarship categories are provided below.

One-Year Scholarships
One-year scholarships are awarded to students and veterans entering their freshman, sophomore, junior or senior year. Applicants must meet the “Scholarship Selection Criteria” requirements and must be attending a school that is in the SAME Baltimore Post geographic region. A list of eligible schools for the current academic year is provided below.

Four-Year Scholarships
Four-year scholarships are awarded to incoming freshmen. Candidates for four-year scholarships may be nominated by the school or the candidate may self-nominate. Applicants must meet the “Scholarship Selection Criteria” requirements and must be attending a school that is in the SAME Baltimore Post geographic region. A list of eligible schools for the current academic year is provided below. Candidates must meet two requirements to be considered for scholarship renewal after the first year award:

  • maintain a grade point average of at least a 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
  • maintain full-time student status progressing towards a four-year degree in an eligible program 

Relative Scholarships
This category awards scholarships to candidates who are directly related to an ACTIVE member of the Baltimore Post. The candidate must be nominated by a parent, grandparent, or legal guardian. The candidate must provide the ACTIVE member’s name, post affiliation, and SAME positions held with their application. The candidate does NOT need to attend a university or college in the SAME Baltimore Post geographic region, but has to meet the “Scholarship Selection Criteria” requirements. If the candidate is a graduating high school senior, proof of acceptance to a college or university in an eligible program is required. If already enrolled, a letter from the Registrar or other proof of enrollment must be submitted.


Except for “Relative” Scholarships, applicants for the SAME Baltimore Post Scholarship awards must be enrolled in a baccalaureate degree program in one of the following colleges/universities or community colleges with engaged interactive programs and professional development focus:

University of Maryland, College Park
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
University of Delaware
Johns Hopkins University
Morgan State University
Loyola University
Harford Community College
Community College of Baltimore County


Applicants interested in consideration for a scholarship award should complete the application forms and may submit them either by regular mail or by email. Applications must include all items identified on the “Scholarship Selection Criteria”. Applications must be received by 15 May 2022 to be considered for award in the 2022/2023 academic year.

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Questions?? Contact Ola Awosika:

Baltimore Post 2021-2022 Scholarship Awards

The Post’s, Education and Mentoring Committee awarded a total of 10 scholarships (seven new one-year awards, one new 4-year award and two continuing awards to existing 4-year awardees).  Awardees included students from Institutions within the footprint of the Post (University of Maryland- College Park, Morgan State University, University of Maryland Baltimore County, and Johns Hopkins) as well as Drexel University, Dickinson College, and the University of South Carolina. Consistent with our mission, the students majors included Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Architecture, Mechanical Engineering and Bio Engineering.  We have received “thank you” messages and emails from the awardees. The new scholarship awardees are expected to attend one of our Post Meetings during the 2021-2022 session.  The Education and Mentoring Committee look forward to serve as their host at upcoming meetings.


Existing Awardees - Continuing 4-Year Scholarships ($3,000 each)

Name  Award Basis 2021-2022 Status Institution Major
Paul Mouring Relative Junior UM College Park Electrical Engineering
Corrine Charney Relative Freshman Dickinson College Environmental Science


Four-year Awardee ($3,000)

Name Award Basis 2019-2020 Status Institution Major
Alex Polinsky Relative Freshman University of South Carolina Biology and Chemistry


One-Year Awardees ($3,000 each)

Name Award Basis 2019-2020 Status Institution Major
Abigail Baummer Non-Relative Freshman UMBC Mechanical Engineering
Cade Bergeron Non- Relative Sophomore UMBC Bioengineering
Chris Myers Relative Senior Drexel University Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
Erick Rocher Non-Relative Sophomore  Johns Hopkins University Biomedical Engineering
Evan Demos Non-Relative Sophomore UM- College Park Mechanical Engineering
Oluwafemi Knuckles Relative Sophomore UMBC Computer Science
Sarah Patrick Non-Relative Senior UM- College Park Management/Business Analytics