Each year, CT Consultants proudly awards minority scholarships to two deserving recipients through the Edwin B. Hogan Memorial Scholarship and the Ohio Minority Engineering Studies Scholarship (OMESS).
The two programs provide financial assistance and possible internship opportunities to minority students pursuing a degree in civil engineering, architecture, or planning while enrolled at an accredited Ohio college or university. The programs are promoted to accredited Ohio colleges and universities with engineering programs.
Hogan Memorial Scholarship Program
- The Hogan Memorial Scholarship is provided in conjunction with OMESS and is sponsored in conjunction with Shumaker Advisors.
- The Hogan Memorial Scholarship is a $5,000 scholarship presented annually to a student of Black/African descent in the civil engineering, architecture, and planning fields with a focus on community involvement.
Ohio Minority Engineering Studies Scholarship (OMESS)
- Joining CT and Shumaker Advisors in support of OMESS is the Ohio Legislative Black Caucus (OLBC) and the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE).
- The OMESS program includes two $2,500 scholarships awarded each year to students with a civil engineering focus. Scholarships can be maintained as multi-year scholarships if students continue to fulfill program requirements.
- Students may also be eligible for internship and mentoring opportunities. The programs are promoted to accredited Ohio colleges and universities with engineering programs.
Students may also be eligible for mentoring opportunities, pairing CT professional staff with an undergraduate student interested in or currently studying architecture or civil engineering.
To be eligible for these scholarship programs, applicants must:
- Be an African American descent student enrolled in an accredited Ohio college or university.
- Students must be declared as an engineering major and focus on civil engineering. Architecture and planning fields are also eligible for the Hogan Memorial Scholarship.
- Maintain a reasonable standard of conduct, as defined by the Ohio Minority Engineering Studies Scholarship Program selection committee, expected of scholarship students.