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To date, STEAM Sports Foundation has awarded 14, $5,000 scholarships to female minority undergraduate and technical school students throughout the U.S. The foundation receives nearly 100 inquiries and applications per year before determining a group of finalists from which selections are made.  Students from the following universities have received scholarships to date:  Stanford, Kettering, Wayne State, Georgia, Florida A&M, UT-San Antonio, Oakland, UNC-Charlotte, Solano Community College and Universal Technical Institute. More information about the recipients can be found under the News tab.


Scholarship recipients all must demonstrate interest and activity toward a career in motorsports or the automotive industry. Preferred majors include mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, computer science, data analytics, physics and math. Internships and interest in technical innovations that include development of electric and autonomous vehicles are given priority. These candidates previously have been few and far in-between. We want to change that. We are looking to develop tomorrow’s pioneers.

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Kimberly Betty

Kettering University

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Ashley Jones

Wayne State University

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Jinelee Galindez

Universal Technical Institute

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Arisa Chue

Stanford University

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Taya Dinkins-Goldsmith

Oakland University

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Tanya Andres

Universal Technical Institute

To learn more about these scholarship recipients and hear their stories, go to

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