Society of Women Engineers

Ford Motor Company Scholarship (Junior)

title Ford Motor Company Scholarship (Junior) -Since 1903, Ford Motor Company has built iconic vehicles, including Model T, Continental, Mustang, F-series, and Bronco.  They have also manufactured many other products, such as airplanes, radios, refrigerators, postal machines, and weather satellites.  Ford Motor Company began with a staff of 10 in 1903 and has now grown to employ thousands of talented women and men who regularly innovate to deliver a variety of mobility choices.  Ford has its main headquarters in Dearborn, MI and has operations in North America and in over 125 countries around the world.

SWE Ford partnered with SWE + iRelaunch to develop its Re-Entry Program, which aims to help individuals get back into the workforce, who have left the workforce or have been underemployed for two or more years. Ford offers re-entry candidates a full-time position while providing tools to successfully re-acclimate into the workforce.  Participants will be able to confidently return to the workforce not only in their technical field but also in a supportive environment designed for success.

Scholarship The Ford Motor Company Scholarship is available to SWE members with majors in automotive, electrical, or mechanical engineering and in their junior year of undergraduate studies.  Three scholarships of $2,250 are available each year.  Applicants must have a minimum GPA of 3.5 and show leadership potential.


Number Available: 1
Class: Junior
Major: AutoE, EE, ME
Amount: $2250

Must have leadership potential. Minimum GPA of 3.5.