The A.O.E. Foundation
The Alpha Omega Epsilon National Foundation was founded December 5, 1996 by five members of Alpha Omega Epsilon International Sorority who wanted to further encourage other women in engineering and technical sciences. The Foundation is a non-profit organization which invests in women's future in the fields of engineering and technical science by:
Supporting academic achievement including student scholarships;
Offering volunteer and leadership opportunities within the Foundation;
Awarding organizational grants to qualified programs including professional and leadership development.
There are two scholarships the Foundation offers; Rings of Excellence and Engineering and Technical Science Achievement Scholarship. These scholarships are awarded to individuals who promote engineering and technical sciences by exemplifying high standards in character, integrity, conduct, and more. Grants are awarded to Alpha Omega Epsilon chapters, organizations, and individuals that are providing educational opportunities for women in engineering and technical sciences.
For more information and applications, visit the Alpha Omega Epsilon National Foundation.