Caleb Felton

Attended: Warwick Shores Academy

Chosen College: Carnegie Mellon University

Intended Major: Statistics & Data Science

2018 NTA Scholarhip Winner  1st Place

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Timothy Younger

Attended: Hampton Christian Academy

Chosen College: The College of William and Mary

Intended Major: Physics & Engineering

2018 NTA Scholarship Winner 2nd Place

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Briana Drew

Attended: Surry County High School

Chosen College: Old Dominion University

Intended Major: Cyber Security

2018 NTA Scholarship Winner 3rd Place

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Kalan Hurdle

Attended: Western Branch High School

Chosen College: Case Western Reserve University

Intended Major: Chemical or Biomedical Enginering

2017 NTA Scholarhip Winner  1st Place

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Jada Crittendon

Attended: Granby High School

Chosen College: VA Tech

Intended Major: Architecture

2017 NTA Scholarship Winner 2nd Place

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Morgan Booth

Attended: Bethel High School

Chosen College: University of Virginia

Intended Major: Biochemistry

2017 NTA Scholarship Winner 3rd Place

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Scholarship Program

The Hampton Roads Chapter of the National Technical Association (NTA) is proud to offer its annual scholarship to deserving students in the Hampton Roads (VA) area. The scholarship is open to underrepresented high school seniors who intend to pursue a bachelor’s degree in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) at any accredited college or university during the upcoming year. The scholarship is a one-time, non-renewable award, and at least one $500.00 scholarship is awarded each year. Applicants must be residents of Gloucester County, Mathews County, James City County, York County, Isle of Wight County, Northampton County, Southampton County, Surry County, Hampton, Newport News, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Poquoson, Suffolk, or Williamsburg.

Please forward the attached scholarship application to a deserving, underrepresented high school senior in the Hampton Roads area (VA) who intends to pursue a STEM degree in the coming year.

The application deadline (postmark) is June 30th.

NTA is the oldest minority technical professional association of African-American scientists and engineers in the United States. Incorporated in 1926, NTA strives to increase minority participation in America’s mainstream scientific and engineering activities. NTA is a non-profit organization, IRS Code 501 (c)(3).

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