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Awards & Opportunities. Individual Awards. Fellowships Scholarships Laureate Distinguished Alumnus Outstanding Advisor McDonald Mentor. Fellowships. $10,000 in 10 Monthly Installments For Full-time Graduate Study in the Following Academic Year

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Awards opportunities

Awards & Opportunities


Individual awards

Individual Awards

  • Fellowships

  • Scholarships

  • Laureate

  • Distinguished Alumnus

  • Outstanding Advisor

  • McDonald Mentor


Fellowships

Fellowships

  • $10,000 in 10 Monthly Installments

  • For Full-time Graduate Study in the Following Academic Year

  • Begin Application Process Online at http://www.tbp.org/TBPAPPS/

  • Applications open November 1

  • Applications due January 31


Scholarships

Scholarships

  • $2,000 for Full-Time Undergraduate Students in the Following Academic Year

  • Partial Scholarships are now available for the Following Academic Term

  • Begin Application Process Online at http://www.tbp.org/TBPAPPS/

  • Applications open November 1

  • Applications due March 1


Laureate

Laureate

  • Recognition of achievement in

    • Arts

    • Athletics

    • Service

    • Diverse Achievement

  • $2,500 + Recognition at Convention

  • Nominations due April 1


Distinguished alumnus

Distinguished Alumnus

  • Recognition for continually living up to eligibility code and fostering a spirit of liberal culture throughout their lives

  • Recognition at Convention

  • $2,000 scholarship given in name of recipient

  • Nominations due February 1

  • Note: Simpler documentation this year

    • Short form with nominee’s name, contact information, chapter, class, and brief description of career achievements of the nominee


Outstanding advisor

Outstanding Advisor

  • Recognition of Outstanding Performance as a Chapter Advisor

  • $1,000 + Recognition at Convention

  • $1,000 to Dean’s Discretionary Fund

  • Nominations due April 1


Mcdonald mentor

McDonald Mentor

  • Medallion + $1,000 + Recognition at Convention

  • $1,000 to Nominating Chapter

  • Nominations due April 1


Chapter awards

Chapter Awards

  • Secretary’s Commendation

  • Chapter Project Award

  • Membership Award

  • R.C. Matthews Outstanding Chapter Award

  • R.H. Nagel Most Improved Chapter Award

  • J.D. Froula Most Improved Membership Award

  • Greater Interest In Government Grants

  • MindSET Grants


Secretary s commendation

Secretary’s Commendation

  • Recognition of All Required Reports Completed Correctly AND On Time During An Academic Year

  • Recognition with Plaque at Convention


Chapter project award

Chapter Project Award

  • Recognition of Chapters Performing Outstanding and Diverse Projects

  • Recognition with Plaque at Convention

  • $500 Scholarship Awarded for Three Consecutive Award Years

  • Based on Chapter Survey and Project Reports


Membership award

Membership Award

  • Recognition of Chapters Doing Well with Membership Process

  • Recognition with Plaque at Convention

  • Must initiate or postpone all electees

  • Must elect 80% of candidates or show 2% improvement from the prior year


R c matthews outstanding chapter award

R.C. MatthewsOutstanding Chapter Award

  • Top award available to a chapter

  • Must receive Secretary’s Commendation, Project Award, and Membership Award to be considered

  • Winner selected by Convention Awards Committee


R h nagel most improved chapter award

R.H. Nagel Most ImprovedChapter Award

  • Recognition of chapters that have made a substantial effort to greatly improve their chapter’s performance

  • Winner selected by Convention Awards Committee


J d froula most improved membership award

J.D. Froula Most ImprovedMembership Award

  • Recognition of chapters that have made a substantial effort to greatly improve their chapter’s membership

  • Awarded at Convention


Greater interest in government

Greater Interest in Government

  • Grants for Public Oriented Projects

  • Up to $750

  • Apply in advance of the project

  • Proposals accepted throughout the year

  • Proposals judged on

    • Emphasis of engineering service to society

    • Originality, innovation, and potential impact on local community

    • Significant participation by chapter membership


K 12 math science initiative mindset

K-12 Math & Science Initiative (MindSET)

  • Support and encourage students to pursue K-12 students to pursue careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)

  • Implement programs at the national and chapter levels to equip teachers, parents, and students with skills necessary to pursue STEM careers size

  • Grants are available to assist your chapter


Mindset grants

MindSET Grants

  • Grants for K-12 Math & Science Projects

  • Up to $1,000

  • Apply in advance of the project

  • Proposals accepted throughout the year

  • Proposals judged on

    • Establishment of a MindSET Chapter Implementation Team (CIT)

    • Consistency of project emphasis with MindSET goals and objectives

    • Measurable impact of project on local community

    • Involvement of active chapter members in project


Member benefits

Member Benefits

  • LinkedIn

  • TBPConnect

  • Tau Beta Pi’s HQ Blog

  • Student Loans

  • Student Assistance

  • Long Term Care Financial Partners

  • My Home Benefits

  • GEICO

  • The Best People – Job Connection

  • Recruiting Center

  • HobsonsGradView Widget

  • PPI


Member participation tbp services

Member Participation -TBP Services

  • LinkedIn

    • Network with Tau Beta Pi members and other professionals http://www.linkedin.com/

  • TBPConnect

    • Connects Tau Beta Pi members through a private social network https://tbp.affinitycircles.com/tbp/auth/login

  • Tau Beta Pi’s HQ Blog

    • Get a daily dose of Tau Beta Pi at http://taubetapiathq.wordpress.com/


Member participation financial incentives

Member Participation -Financial Incentives

  • Student Loans

    • Loans are available in amounts ranging from $25 to $2,500. Repayment is required within 3 years, and the annual interest rate is 6%.

  • Student Assistance

    • Assistance to members who would otherwise be unable to remain in college.

  • Long Term Care Financial Partners (LTCFP)

    • Long Term Care Outreach and Education Program for members and their families. Program includes access to favorable rates on long-term care insurance from leading carriers.


Member participation financial incentives1

Member Participation -Financial Incentives

  • My Home Benefits

    • Home benefits including: Mortgages • Real Estate  • Moving Discounts • Settling-in

  • GEICO

    • Members may qualify for an additional discount of up to 8% on quality car insurance with complete 24-hour sales, policy, and claims service.


Member participation career job resources

Member Participation –Career / Job Resources

  • The Best People - Job Connection

    • Online job board specifically for Tau Bates

    • Post your resume and apply for jobs

  • Recruiting Center

    • Companies advertising in the Bent

    • Specifically target Tau Bates for employment

  • Hobsons GradView Widget

    • Free resource tool to research graduate programs

  • Professional Publications, Inc. (PPI)

    • 30% discount on FE and PE exam preparation materials


Chapter participation

Chapter Participation

  • Engineering Futures

    • Interpersonal skills for students

    • Free to Collegiate Chapters

    • Posters available for advertising (www.tbp.org/ef)

    • Sessions Available:

      • People Skills

      • Team Chartering

      • Analytical Problem Solving

      • Group Process

      • Effective Presentation Skills

    • 4-6 weeks advance planning strongly suggested

    • Contact Sherry at HQ to set up a session


Future opportunities

Future Opportunities

  • Join an Alumnus Chapter

  • Give donations to Tau Beta Pi

  • Subscribe to the BENT (cheap - $60 for life)

  • Volunteer

    • Chapter Advisor

    • Engineering Futures Facilitator

    • District Director

    • K-12 Math & Science Initiative participant

  • Just work with a local chapter!

  • To volunteer, email [email protected]


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