NOBCChE Resources

          Scholarships and Grants

Below are the scholarships currently being offered by NOBCChE and our partners:

Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening (SLAS) - NOBCChE Scholarship
Scholarship Opportunity for STEM-Inspired High School Students
Deadline - April 15, 2022

The SLAS - NOBCChE Scholarship, with funding from Pfizer and Amgen, is intended to support U.S.-based high school students of color, who are often underrepresented in the STEM fields, through their post-secondary studies.  The scholarship will assist in developing their interest and understanding of science through extensive mentorship, networking and early career opportunities as well as access to diverse academic and industry role models.
The SLAS - NOBCChE Scholarship application process consists of a first-tier that involves the development of a research project from which Finalists are selected in June. In the second-tier, each finalist’s research project proposal is expanded through partnership with a mentor. Winners from the second-tier will be chosen and announced in September 2022. Two winners will each receive $50,000 toward their undergraduate STEM-focused education, ongoing mentorship, and full expenses covered to attend and present their research at both NOBCChE and SLAS annual conferences.  The deadline to apply is April 15.

For more information about the SLAS – NOBCChE Scholarship visit SLAS-NOBCChE Scholarship.

The Breanden Beneschott Grant for Chemical Engineers

The Breanden Beneschott Grant for Chemical Engineers was created to support ambitious students who will use the rigors of a Chemical Engineering education to achieve great things in whichever career path they choose. Students do not have to work as Chemical Engineers to be eligible, and all GPAs will be considered.  For more information click here

Canada Working Parent College Scholarship Program

Are you a parent trying to balance work while attending university or some other higher learning institution? would like to announce our plan to help our users succeed in the workforce: a college scholarship awarded once per year designed to benefit working parents in Canada who are pursuing post-secondary education.  Since 2014 we have awarded $6,000 in scholarships.  Here is the link where you can find information on how to apply for the scholarship, and check out the essays and statements from our previous winners.

NOBCChE National Conference Student Travel Grant

Full-time students who are interested in attending the NOBCChE National Conference may apply for a travel grant to cover registration fees and hotel.  Additional Details can be found on the Registration page of the website.


NOBCChE is looking to expand programming and resources over time that will benefit our STEM community at all levels, from K-12 through professional. Your suggestions are welcome.  Please, contact us with any ideas for programs you would like to see implemented.