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2020 STEM Grant Applications

In total, we awarded 12 grants totaling $7K, to 8 elementary schools and 4 middle schools in a two-county radius!

Here are the awardees...

Educator                                              School/Program

                                                          Okaloosa STEMM Academy

Ms. Alicia Hartwig                           Sail

Ms. Kate Fox                                    Emerald Coast Science Center

Ms. Kelly Clarke                               East Milton Elementary School

Ms.Brittany Myrick                          Sims Middle School

Ms. Neicy Mott                                 St. Paul Christian School 

Ms. Janice Roberts                          Antioch Elementary School

Ms. Rachel Spicer                            Baker School

Ms. Amy Frizzell                               W.H. Rhodes Elementary School

Ms. Carly Langmaid                         Woodlawn Beach Middle School

Ms. Stephanie Leavins                    Plew Elementary School

Ms. Sarah Pena                                 West Navarre Primary School

Congrats to all!!!




 

2020 College Scholarship Information 

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The Society of Military Engineers (SAME), Emerald Coast Post, is offering two (2) $1,500 individual college scholarships and two (2) $1,500 individual high school scholarships to outstanding undergraduate college students and high school students majoring in or planning to major in engineering or architecture related degree programs. Since 2008, SAME-ECP has issued over $150,000 in scholarships to deserving students on the Emerald Coast. 

HIGH SCHOOL students download form 

COLLEGE students download form 


HIGH SCHOOL

Requirements:

1.     High school senior enrolling in the fall of 2020 at an undergraduate school of engineering or architecture as a full-time student

2.     Applicant and/or parents must be Florida residents of one of the following counties: Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, or Walton

3.     Demonstrate academic excellence with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater

4.     Submit completed online application package to this application

5.     Applicants must mail the following documents to SAME Emerald Coast Post Scholarships Program Chairperson postmarked no later than May 28, 2020

*     SAME-ECP scholarship application
*         Essay on your career goals and why you are the best applicant: 500 words or less, typed, double-spaced
*         Letter of Recommendation: math or science faculty member
*         Letter of Recommendation: Employer, other faculty member, or adviser
*         Copy of complete, most current transcript showing GPA



COLLEGE


Requirements:

1.     College student currently enrolled at an undergraduate school of engineering or architecture as a full-time student

2.     Applicant and/or parents must be Florida residents of one of the following counties: Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, or Walton

3.     Demonstrate academic excellence with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater

4.     Applicants must mail the following documents to SAME Emerald Coast Post Scholarships Program Chairperson postmarked no later than May 28, 2020.
*   SAME-ECP scholarship application
*         Essay outlining your collegiate progress and career goals: 500 words or less, typed, double-spaced
*         Letter of Recommendation: Faculty member
*         Letter of Recommendation: Employer, other faculty member, adviser, or personal reference
*         Copy of complete, most current transcript showing GPA

2020 Vocational School Scholarship Information 

 

BRAND NEW!!!  The Society of Military Engineers (SAME), Emerald Coast Post, is offering two (2) $1,500 individual vocational school scholarships to outstanding individuals pursuing a career path in a technical program at a vocational/trade school . 

VOCATIONAL SCHOOL download form 



If you have any questions please contact Ms. Traci Dewar, the ECP Scholarship Program Chair, at ctdewar@bellsouth.net

 

 




2019 Scholarship winners...$6,000 awarded

  • Trey LaNasa (College)
  • Hanna Schneidewind (College)
  • Katie Lightfoot (High school)
  • Liam Ordner (High school)

2018 Scholarship winners...$9,000 awarded!

  • Sophia Bergmann (4th year of 4-Year College)
  • Tiffany Berkley (College 1-Year)
  • Joshua Loken (College 1-Year)
  • Valery Serpas (College 1-Year)
  • Benjamin Scharron (High School 1-Year)
  • Hannah Schneidewind (High School 1-Year)

2017 Scholarship winners...$10,500 awarded!

  • Sophia Bergmann (3rd year of 4-Year College)
  • Meridith Schmieder (4th year of 4-Year College)
  • Tiffany Berkley (College 1-Year)
  • Jorden Sims (College 1-Year)
  • Megan Wood (College 1-Year)
  • Chase Cleveland (High School 1-Year)
  • Joshua Loken (High School 1-Year)

2016 Scholarship winners... $13,500 awarded!

  • Adam Nodjomian (4th year of 4-Year College)
  • Meridith Schmieder (3rd year of 4-Year College)
  • Sophia Bergmann (2nd year of 4-Year College)
  • Megan Wood (College 1-Year)
  • Trey LaNasa (College 1-Year)
  • Chasen Pridgen (College 1-Year)
  • Tiffany Berkeley (HS 1-Year)
  •  Jacob Barnes (HS 1-Year)
  •  Catherine Reid (HS 1-Year)

 

2015 Scholarship winners... $17,000 awarded!

  • Gerrod Voigt (4rd year of 4-Year College)
  • Adam Nodjomian (3rd year of 4-Year College)
  • Meridith Schmieder (2nd year of 4-Year College)
  • Sophia Bergmann (1st year of 4-Year College)
  • Kyle Saleeby (College 1-Year)
  • Addie Voigt (College 1-Year)
  • Natalie Vaughn (College 1-Year)
  • Katherine Stone (College 1-Year)
  • Trey LaNasa (HS 1-Year)
  • Megan Wood (HS 1-Year)

2014 Scholarship Recipients…$15,000 awarded!

  • Gerrod Voigt (3rd year of 4-Year College)
  • Adam Nodjomian (2nd year of 4-Year College)
  • Kyle Saleeby (College 1-Year)
  • Addie Voigt (College 1-Year)
  • Steven Hood (College 1-Year)
  • Miriam Dennis (College 1-Year)
  • Meridith Schmieder (New HS 4-Year)
  • Paul Mundy (HS 1-Year)
  • Natalie Vaughn (HS 1-Year)

2013 Recipients…$20,500 awarded!

  • Gerrod Voigt (2nd year of 4-Year)
  • Adam Nodjomian (New HS 4-Year)
  • Kyle Saleeby (HS 1-Year)
  • Cory Anderson (HS 1-Year)
  • Steven Hood (HS 1-Year)
  • Daniel Schmidt (HS 1-Year)
  • Addie Voigt (HS 1-Year)
  • Harrison Freeman (College 1-Year)
  • Hudson Pierce (College 1-Year)
  • Miriam Dennis (College 1 Year)
  • Joshua Wagner (College 1 Year)

A first for the post, Student Post Scholarship winners…

  • Bobby Browning
  • Gregg Stubberfield

2012 Recipients (first year for 4-year scholarship!)

  • Gerrod Voigt (HS 4-Year)
  • Katherine Stone (HS 1-Year)
  • Miriam Dennis (HS 1-Year)
  • James Birdsong (HS 1-Year)
  • Kaley Findley (HS 1-Year)
  • Joshua Wagner (College 1-Year)
  • Hudson Pierce (College 1-Year)
  • Alex Eaton (College 1 Year)

2011 Recipients

  • Tyler Throneberry
  • Alex Eaton
  • Kevin O’Dowd
  • Connor Gray
  • Joshua Wagner
  • Hudson Pierce
  • Kyle Ulrich
  • Brianna Bikker

2010 Recipients

  • Cody Draeving
  • James Eaton IV
  • Jordan Colclasure
  • Ryle Cannon
  • Hudson Pierce
  • Whitney Schmeider
  • Brianna Bikker
  • Kyle Ulrich

2009 Recipients

  • Kelly Andrews
  • Jessica Andrews
  • Brianna Bikker
  • Zack Coker
  • Cody Dreaden
  • Mr. Gary Frey
  • Antonio Gonzalez
  • Jayce Holley
  • Kristi Klabuhn
  • Noah Mosley
  • Kyle Ulrich

2008 Recipients

  • Kelly Andrews
  • Nolan Brooks
  • Donald Dorenkamp
  • Lauren Foy
  • Mark Gipson
  • Whitney Schmieder
  • Brittany Theis
  • Kyle Ulrich

2007 Recipients

  • Kelly Andrews
  • Brittany Gough
  • Christina McCool
  • Christina Sheperd
  • Brittney Theis

2006 Recipients

  • Kelly Andrews
  • Chi Sun
  • Michael Dutton
  • Gary Grimm
  • Rebecca Anne Stone
  • Brittney Theis
  • Anne Wise

2005 Recipients

  • Kelly Andrews
  • Jennifer Cieluch
  • Christopher Dawson
  • Marina Foote
  • Blake Jones
  • William Minor
  • Kristin Whitlow