R.J. Hill Consulting Scholarship

ATTENTION Tennessee High School Seniors and currently enrolled engineering students:  Almost half the school year is over and if you intend to apply for our scholarship, please remember that you have to write an essay and get your transcripts together before applying.  The deadline for applying is March 31, 2018.  You have a little more than three months before submissions are due.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.  Our contact information is on our website locate at http://www.rjhill.com.  The instructions are also on our website under “Scholarship Awards and Instructions” on the toolbar.

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ATTENTION Tennessee High School Seniors and Current Engineering Students

It’s not too early to start thinking about scholarships for your college education.  R.J. Hill Consulting is continuing to offer a $500 scholarship to any Tennessee high school student interested in pursuing a career in engineering.  This scholarship is also available to any currently enrolled engineering student in a Tennessee public university.  The application instructions are available on our website.  Go to www.rjhill.com then click on “Scholarship Awards and Instructions”.  Scroll down below the scholarship announcement and you will find the instructions listed.  The deadline for application is March 31, 2018.  Although this date seems far in the future, time will pass quickly.  So, be mindful of the time needed to write the required essay.  Good Luck

Scholarship Instructions for Tennessee Students

Scholarship Instructions for Tennessee Students

  1. The R.J. Hill Consulting Scholarship is an award of $500.00. This scholarship is intended for award to a student who intends on pursuing a career in (1) mechanical engineering or (2) any engineering discipline. These instructions apply to any Tennessee high school student desiring to attend any Tennessee public university where a course of study in engineering is available. These instructions also apply to students who are residents of Tennessee and are already enrolled in an engineering curriculum, in a Tennessee public university, and desiring to obtain additional financial aid by applying for this scholarship.

 

  1. High school students must graduate from high school no later than May 31, 2018.

 

  1. The student must also make application to their university of choice by the school’s deadline date in time to be enrolled for the fall semester beginning in August of 2018.

 

  1. Acceptance by the university will be verified. It will be the student’s responsibility to make sure that the registrar at the university has all the information it needs in order to identify the student when verification is attempted.

 

  1. All students will be required to submit an essay of not more than 500 words in length. The essay will describe what the student’s area of concentration will be and what they intend to do with their degree. Students are encouraged to write in as much detail as they can within the 500 word limit. Warning: writing one or a few lines is not enough information for any consideration and will be immediately rejected.

 

  1. In addition, high school students will submit an official transcript of their high school grades through at least the first half of the school year. The first half of the school year is assumed to proceed from the first day of the school year through the last day in December prior to the Christmas and New Year’s break. Enrolled college students should submit an official transcript of their grades through the last semester attended.

 

  1. The entire application package consisting of the essay and the transcript of grades has to be received by R.J. Hill Consulting by March 31, 2018 in order to be considered. Send application package to 240 Mayfield Dr., Suite 102, Smyrna, TN 37167.

 

  1. Beginning on April 1, 2018, the applications will be reviewed.

 

  1. It is anticipated that the award winner will be announced sometime in May of 2018. Please don’t forget to include your name, address, telephone number and email address.

 

  1. If there are any questions about the procedure, R.J. Hill Consulting can be contacted either by emailing to rjhill@rjhill.com or calling 615-223-7736.

 

  1. These instructions are also posted on our blog located at www.rjhill.com

Scholarship Instructions for El Paso High School/UTEP Students

Scholarship Instructions for EPHS/UTEP Students

  1. The R.J. Hill Consulting Scholarship is an award of $500.00. These instructions apply to any El Paso High School student desiring to attend the University of Texas at El Paso. This scholarship is also open to any area of study. Prospective engineering students are particularly encouraged to apply.

 

  1. The student must graduate from El Paso High School by the time the fall semester begins at UTEP in 2017.

 

  1. The student must also make application to UTEP by the school’s deadline date in time to be enrolled for the fall semester.

 

  1. Acceptance by the university will be verified. It will be the student’s responsibility to make sure that the registrar at the university has all the information it needs in order to identify the student when verification is attempted.

 

  1. Applicants will be required to submit an essay of not more than 500 words in length. The essay will describe what the student’s major area of concentration will be and what they intend to do with their degree. Students are encouraged to write as much detail as they feel is necessary within the 500 word limit. Warning: writing one or a few lines is not enough for any consideration and will immediately be rejected.

 

  1. In addition, students will submit an official transcript of their high school grades through at least the first half of the school year. The first half of the school year is assumed to proceed from the first day of the school year through the last day in December prior to the Christmas and New Year’s break.

 

  1. The entire application package consisting of the essay and the transcript of grades has to be received by R. J. Hill Consulting by March 31, 2017 in order to be considered. Send application packages to 240 Mayfield Dr., Suite 102, Smyrna, TN 37167.

 

  1. Beginning on April 1, 2017, the applications will be reviewed.

 

  1. It is anticipated that the award winner will be announced sometime in May of 2017. Please don’t forget to include your, name, address, telephone number, and email address.

 

  1. If there are any questions about the procedure, R.J. Hill Consulting can be contacted either by emailing to rjhill@rjhill.com or calling 615-223-7736.

 

  1. These instructions are also posted on our blog located at www.rjhill.com

 

R.J. Hill Consulting Announces Scholarship Awards

R.J. Hill Consulting has announced the award of two $500 scholarships to two students from Tennessee Technological University. The scholarships were intended for award to graduating seniors from any Tennessee public high school or currently enrolled engineering students from any Tennessee public university. Applicants were required to submit a letter of introduction expressing their interest in applying for the scholarship, an essay of not more than 500 words describing what they were going to do with their degree, transcripts of grades and their ACT scores. Judging of the applications was primarily based on the essays, then on grades and ACT scores. This year is the first year that the scholarships have been awarded. This year’s award winners are Caitlin Richey and Autumn Douthitt. Caitlin is a senior majoring in civil engineering and wants to work in construction. Caitlin is also a 2009 graduate of Battle Ground Academy in Franklin Tennessee. Autumn is a freshman majoring in chemical engineering. Autumn also wants to work with alternative fuels but also has interests in nanotechnology with applications in pharmaceuticals. Lastly, Autumn is a 2013 graduate of Montgomery Central High School in Clarksville Tennessee.

For application information about our scholarships, please visit our website at http://www.rjhill.com.

Congratulations to both students and best wishes for successful careers.

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