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 Fellowships  Scholarships  Laureate  Distinguished Alumnus  Outstanding Advisor  McDonald Mentor.

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2  Fellowships  Scholarships  Laureate  Distinguished Alumnus  Outstanding Advisor  McDonald Mentor

3  $10,000 in 10 Monthly Installments  For Full-time Graduate Study in the Following Academic Year  Begin Application Process Online at  Applications open November 1  Applications due January 31

4  $2,000 for Full-Time Undergraduate Students in the Following Academic Year  Partial Scholarships are now available for the Following Academic Term  Begin Application Process Online at  Applications open November 1  Applications due March 1

5  Recognition of achievement in ◦ Arts ◦ Athletics ◦ Service ◦ Diverse Achievement  $2,500 + Recognition at Convention  Nominations due April 1

6  Recognition for continually living up to eligibility code and fostering a spirit of liberal culture throughout their lives  Recognition at Convention  $2,000 scholarship given in name of recipient  Nominations due February 1  Note: Simpler documentation this year ◦ Short form with nominee’s name, contact information, chapter, class, and brief description of career achievements of the nominee

7  Recognition of Outstanding Performance as a Chapter Advisor  $1,000 + Recognition at Convention  $1,000 to Dean’s Discretionary Fund  Nominations due April 1

8  Medallion + $1,000 + Recognition at Convention  $1,000 to Nominating Chapter  Nominations due April 1

9  Secretary’s Commendation  Chapter Project Award  Membership Award  R.C. Matthews Outstanding Chapter Award  R.H. Nagel Most Improved Chapter Award  J.D. Froula Most Improved Membership Award  Greater Interest In Government Grants  MindSET Grants

10  Recognition of All Required Reports Completed Correctly AND On Time During An Academic Year  Recognition with Plaque at Convention

11  Recognition of Chapters Performing Outstanding and Diverse Projects  Recognition with Plaque at Convention  $500 Scholarship Awarded for Three Consecutive Award Years  Based on Chapter Survey and Project Reports

12  Recognition of Chapters Doing Well with Membership Process  Recognition with Plaque at Convention  Must initiate or postpone all electees  Must elect 80% of candidates or show 2% improvement from the prior year

13  Top award available to a chapter  Must receive Secretary’s Commendation, Project Award, and Membership Award to be considered  Winner selected by Convention Awards Committee

14  Recognition of chapters that have made a substantial effort to greatly improve their chapter’s performance  Winner selected by Convention Awards Committee

15  Recognition of chapters that have made a substantial effort to greatly improve their chapter’s membership  Awarded at Convention

16  Grants for Public Oriented Projects  Up to $750  Apply in advance of the project  Proposals accepted throughout the year  Proposals judged on ◦ Emphasis of engineering service to society ◦ Originality, innovation, and potential impact on local community ◦ Significant participation by chapter membership

17  Support and encourage students to pursue K-12 students to pursue careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)  Implement programs at the national and chapter levels to equip teachers, parents, and students with skills necessary to pursue STEM careers size  Grants are available to assist your chapter

18  Grants for K-12 Math & Science Projects  Up to $1,000  Apply in advance of the project  Proposals accepted throughout the year  Proposals judged on ◦ Establishment of a MindSET Chapter Implementation Team (CIT) ◦ Consistency of project emphasis with MindSET goals and objectives ◦ Measurable impact of project on local community ◦ Involvement of active chapter members in project

19  LinkedIn  TBPConnect  Tau Beta Pi’s HQ Blog  Student Loans  Student Assistance  Long Term Care Financial Partners  My Home Benefits  GEICO  The Best People – Job Connection  Recruiting Center  Hobsons GradView Widget  PPI

20  LinkedIn ◦ Network with Tau Beta Pi members and other professionals  TBPConnect ◦ Connects Tau Beta Pi members through a private social network https://tbp.affinitycircles.com/tbp/auth/loginhttps://tbp.affinitycircles.com/tbp/auth/login  Tau Beta Pi’s HQ Blog ◦ Get a daily dose of Tau Beta Pi at

21  Student Loans ◦ Loans are available in amounts ranging from $25 to $2,500. Repayment is required within 3 years, and the annual interest rate is 6%.  Student Assistance ◦ Assistance to members who would otherwise be unable to remain in college.  Long Term Care Financial Partners (LTCFP) ◦ Long Term Care Outreach and Education Program for members and their families. Program includes access to favorable rates on long-term care insurance from leading carriers.

22  My Home Benefits ◦ Home benefits including: Mortgages Real Estate Moving Discounts Settling-in  GEICO ◦ Members may qualify for an additional discount of up to 8% on quality car insurance with complete 24-hour sales, policy, and claims service.

23  The Best People - Job Connection ◦ Online job board specifically for Tau Bates ◦ Post your resume and apply for jobs  Recruiting Center ◦ Companies advertising in the Bent ◦ Specifically target Tau Bates for employment  Hobsons GradView Widget ◦ Free resource tool to research graduate programs  Professional Publications, Inc. (PPI) ◦ 30% discount on FE and PE exam preparation materials

24  Engineering Futures ◦ Interpersonal skills for students ◦ Free to Collegiate Chapters ◦ Posters available for advertising (www.tbp.org/ef)www.tbp.org/ef ◦ Sessions Available:  People Skills  Team Chartering  Analytical Problem Solving  Group Process  Effective Presentation Skills ◦ 4-6 weeks advance planning strongly suggested ◦ Contact Sherry at HQ to set up a session

25  Join an Alumnus Chapter  Give donations to Tau Beta Pi  Subscribe to the BENT (cheap - $60 for life)  Volunteer ◦ Chapter Advisor ◦ Engineering Futures Facilitator ◦ District Director ◦ K-12 Math & Science Initiative participant  Just work with a local chapter!  To volunteer,


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