SOUTHFIELD — The deadline is approaching March 31 for three prestigious awards for young people from The Engineering Society of Detroit.
That’s the last day for nominations to ESD’s Young Engineer of the Year award, its Outstanding Student Engineer of the Year award, and its Outstanding High School Student award.
The Young Engineer award is presented annually to a working engineer under the age of 35 for outstanding contributions to the engineering community and society. To download the nomination form, visit http://ww2.esd.org/AWARDS/YoungEngineer.htm.
The Outstanding Student Engineer of the Year award is given each year for outstanding achievement by an undergraduate student who has distinguished himself or herself in the engineering and science community. To download the nomination form, visit http://ww2.esd.org/AWARDS/StudentEngineer.htm.
The Outstanding High School Student of the Year award is granted each year for outstanding academic and extracurricular achievement by a graduating high school senior who intends to pursue a career in engineering or science. To download the nomination form, visit http://ww2.esd.org/AWARDS/HighSchool.htm.
The college and high school awards include a $1,000 scholarship from ESD, as well as a one-year free student membership in ESD.
All the awards will be presented at the Society’s Annual Awards Dinner, Wednesday, June 24, at the Detroit Institute of Arts.
For more information, please contact Sue Ruffner at (248) 353-0735, ext. 117, or email@example.com.