Scholarship Information

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The Cheryl Rossini Future  Engineers Scholarship  is named in fond memory of Cheryl Rossini. Cheryl has been a fixture in the Boston Chapter holding many positions including chapter president, and was the student activities chair for the ASHRAE Boston Chapter for over 10 years. Helping students and young professionals was her passion, and this scholarship will help to carry on her legacy.

Who We Are

The mission of the Student Activities Committee of the Boston Chapter of ASHRAE is to encourage motivated and promising young men and women to pursue undergraduate studies in the field of engineering.

Our Legacy of Promise

It is critical to the future of all mankind that progressive societies promote, foster, mentor, and educate the engineers of tomorrow. Our responsibility as engineers means that we must encourage young people to pursue a career in engineering and that we must help them achieve excellence. Our highest goal is that the recipient of our scholarship grows and develops into a leader in the engineering field, that his or her achievement is our legacy.

Eligibility and Selection Requirements

Candidates for the scholarship must be either seniors in high school or first or second year college students. Candidates must be enrolled in an engineering curriculum, or must be accepted into an ABET accredited undergraduate engineering or engineering technology program if candidate is a high school student. High school students must show a proof of their acceptance in to the engineering program.

Applicants must attend, or be accepted into an eligible university within the greater Boston area, or be a resident of the greater Boston area. Applicants must have a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

Deadline and submission information

The application due date is February 28, 2020. Scholarship notification takes place no later than March 30, 2020. If additional applications are needed, this form may be photocopied and distributed as needed.

Mail completed application materials  to:

BR+A Consulting Engineers ATTN: Yuka Narisako

10 Guest Street, 4th Floor Boston, Massachusetts 02135

Please contact Yuka Narisako at for more information.

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