AFEW is dedicated to fostering the future of Filipino Engineers. We provide scholarships to those that qualify.
- Must be currently Enrolled in a College or Recent Graduate of High School
- GPA of 3.0 or better
- Must have community service hours
STATEMENT OF ACCURACY I hereby affirm that all the above stated information provided by me is true, correct and without forgery. I also consent that my picture may be taken and used for any purpose deemed necessary related to this scholarship grant. I hereby understand that if chosen as a scholarship winner, according to scholarship policy, I must provide evidence of enrollment/registration at the post-secondary institution of my choice before scholarship funds can be awarded.
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Good day everyone! I hope you are all doing well. I just claimed my grant under your scholarship program which I am very thankful for. This will help me a lot in my study as well as our day-to-day expenses at home. This is our second semester for this academic year and I am already in the third of the four years of my degree program. Next semester will be the semester for my internship and I hope I would do well. I am hoping that you will continue to be a blessing to other people and I salute you all for all your efforts and hard work. Always know that you are one of the reasons why I am doing my best in my academic journey.
Stay safe everyone. God bless us all!
I am Eljie Joy Y. Martinez, your 2021 Filipino Scholar. I just received my scholarship allowance for the second semester this school year. I would like to extend my big thanks to the whole AFEW Family. This scholarship is a huge help to me in overcoming my financial hardships, especially in keeping up with the demands of online class. I promise to do my best in upholding AFEW’s mission and vision.
Saakon nga ka isko kag iska, padayon! (To my fellow scholars, let’s keep going!)
Alexis is a native of Buguey, Cagayan. She is currently in her 4th year on B.S. in Civil Engineering at Cagayan State University, Tuguegarao, Cagayan. She is the youngest of the 7 children of Romulo (farmer) and Neila (housewife) Arellano. She graduated as a Salutatorian in High School and currently has a GPA of 3.5. She is an artist and loves reading books. She is active in her school activities and group studies. She dreams to be a successful engineer and help her family. She thanks AFEW for providing her tuition fee, books, and lodging fees.
Kimberly is studying Computer Science and Engineering with a focus on Networks at UW-Seattle. This past summer, Kimberly piloted the high school internship program at T-Mobile, where Kimberly interned as a software developer. Additionally, Kimberly graduated high school with Summa Cum Laude honors for academic excellence. Kimberly enjoyed extracurriculars as an outlet for creativity and developing leadership skills. During high school, she placed in the top 10 teams for HOSA regionals and state for Health Science events with her team. Kimberly was also appointed to Junior and Senior Class Council for two consecutive years and served on the Issaquah Relay for life Leadership Committee. Additionally, she was a computer science camp counselor for TechVenture Kids, where she helped teach middle school students computer science. She genuinely enjoyed helping others, and was voted as the Skyline Unsung hero by her graduating class for her involvement. As an AFEW scholar, she looks forward to continuing the legacy and honor that this organizaton encompasses.
Anna is in her senior year at Seattle University, majoring in Electrical Engineering and minoring in Mathematics. Anna is a 2014 graduate from Moanalua High School. She graduated as a Summa Cum Laude, ending her high school career with a cumulativce GPA of 3.98. In college, she continues to extend herself to many different communities. She is the Recording Secretary of the Seattle University chapter of IEEE Eta Kappa Nu Honor Society where only the students with the highest GPAs of the Electrical engineering department of each college are invited. In addition, she is also a student leader for InterVarsity (IV) Christian Fellowship. This position has allowed her to plant multiple ministries on campus, reaching out to the students who are often marginalized or forgotten. This past summer, she was an Electrical Engineering Intern at InSynergy Engineering, Inc.. one of Hawaii's top engineering consulting firms. After graduation, she wants to bring 'light' into the world as an Electrical Engineer. As an AFEW Scholar, she will continue to be someone who willingly puts others before themselves, works hard in everything that they do, and embraces and lives out their Filipino identity in ways where the Filipino Community can be represented well and respected.