Information International Associates Scholarship Criteria
The IIa Scholarship is open to all applicants regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or veteran status with the following restrictions:
- The student will have completed at least six hours of graduate-level course work in the School of Information Science with a grade point average of at least 3.75 in that coursework.
- The application will include a 250-word statement of the applicant’s career intentions.
- Optional: the endorsement of two faculty members from the School of Information Sciences. Faculty endorsement means that a faculty member certifies in writing that the applicant is worthy of the scholarship. A letter of recommendation/endorsement is not required.
About Information International Associates
Information International Associates (IIa), is a woman-owned,information business headquartered in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Led by Bonnie Carroll, president, and Pat Powell, vice-president and SIS alumna, IIa employs a number of SIS graduates and actively supports the School’s Practicum Program.
The IIa Scholarship was established for a full- or part-time student, attending either on-campus or via distance education, who shows unusual promise as a leader, and who intends to pursue a career that encompasses research, innovation, and creativity in the fields of information science and information technology.
One IIA scholarship will be awarded annually in the amount of $1000 and will be awarded to a student who has completed at least one semester of study. Visit IIa for more information about the company.
Follow the link if you would like to contribute to the Information International Associates Scholarship Fund.