Support your favorite ARCS Chapter with a donation to ARCS National and help it win a $2,500 Chapter Challenge Scholar Grant
ARCS Foundation National will award a $2,500 SCHOLAR AWARD PARTICIPATION GRANT to the chapter with the highest percent of unique donors and a $2,500 SCHOLAR AWARD CHAMPION GRANT to the chapter with the most total dollar value of contributions to ARCS National. 100% of grant funds will be used to support ARCS Scholars.
The challenge will run from July 1, 2019 to May 30, 2020. Winners will be announced June 2020, and grant funds will be distributed before June 30, 2020.
Click HERE for the challenge rules.
Your donation will help support ARCS mission. ARCS Foundation advances science and technology in the United States by providing financial awards to academically outstanding US citizens studying to complete graduate degrees in science, engineering, math, technology and medical research.
A National Endowment donation will help ensure that ARCS Foundation will be sustained in the years to come. Earnings from ARCS National Endowment help support National operations.
ARCS National is charged with adding new chapters, implementing national scholar programs, and supporting ARCS chapters. Learn more about how ARCS supports its chapters HERE.
ARCS has funded more than 10,500 STEM scholars since 1958 who are national leaders in scientific discoveries and innovation that change the world. Meet a few of our alumni HERE.
The future of our country and all discoveries yet to be made are in our hands. Your gifts will help ensure that ARCS Foundation continues to fund our country's future science leaders for years to come. Together we can create a legacy for the future of our nation. Join us today!
ARCS® Foundation: ARCS Foundation is a national nonprofit volunteer women’s organization that promotes American competitiveness by supporting talented U.S. citizens working to complete degrees in science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM) and health disciplines at the nation's leading research colleges and universities. Since 1958, the organization has awarded more than $100 million to more than 9,500 students. ARCS Scholars have produced thousands of research publications and patents, secured billions in grant funding, started science related companies, and played a significant role in teaching and mentoring young people in the STEM pipeline. More at www.arcsfoundation.org