Penneco Invests in the Future of Energy Scholarship Program
The “Penneco Invests in the Future of Energy” scholarship program will award two deserving college students $2,000 each to help pay for their educations. Penneco strongly believes that today’s energy scholars will be tomorrow’s energy pioneers, moving the U.S. closer to energy independence.
By investing in the education of America’s energy students, Penneco hopes to establish the next generation of innovators in oil and gas exploration at levels that will propel the entire industry into a more efficient, effective, and sustainable new age of energy.
The two $2,000 scholarships will be awarded to students who are majoring in geology, mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, petroleum engineering, or petroleum geology; and who show a passion for energy progress and an understanding of the domestic production of natural gas and oil and its importance to the quality of life in America.in oil and gas exploration at levels that will propel the entire industry into a more efficient, effective, and sustainable new age of energy.
Students may apply for the “Penneco Invests in the Future of Energy” scholarship by downloading the application and responding to the attached essay prompt. Students must send in the completed application, essay, and complete academic transcript to Penneco’s Scholarship Management Services at the address found on the scholarship application. In order for applicants to be considered, application materials for the scholarship program must be postmarked no later than February 28, 2014.
To find more information on the “Penneco Invests in the Future of Energy” scholarship and download the scholarship application, please visit the Penneco Scholarship website.
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