Student organizations may be chartered by the society upon suitable evidence of interest brought by a member qualified to sponsor such an organization, such as a faculty member of a science or engineering college or university.
Student chapters are subject to the same requirements and benefits as regular chapters with some minor exceptions.
The SEE Education Foundation will be awarding $92,500 USD in scholarships to students pursuing degrees related to the explosives industry. The scholarship acceptance period is Feb. 28, 2020, to May 8, 2020.
To be eligible, students must be, or plan to be, pursuing a technical, undergraduate, graduate or doctorate degree in a field related to the commercial explosives industries. Students will be assessed on academic and professional achievements, industry goals, a personal challenges narrative and a brief statement of financial need.
Each year, the scholarship committee reviews and scores applications from students in a wide range of disciplines and makes awards ranging from $1,500 USD to a top award of $7,500 USD to well-qualified students.
About the SEE Education Foundation
The SEE Education Foundation is a nonprofit organization created in 1996 to serve the long-term education interests of the explosives industry through the development of education and training materials, championing the inclusion of explosives instruction in engineering curricula and awarding scholarships to eligible students.