Thompson Engineering Scholarships
Thompson Foundation Scholarship
Since 2005, the Thompson Foundation has awarded a scholarship to encourage and assist talented young people who are interested in the technical specialties that Thompson companies provide. Scholarship winners are selected based on scholastic achievement, financial need, good character, leadership qualities, community involvement and personal development. The annual $1,000 scholarship is renewable for up to four years.
High school senior in public, private or home school
Resident of Mobile or Baldwin County, Alabama; Madison or Rankin County, Mississippi or Moss Point, Mississippi; Hamilton, Bradley or Rhea County, Tennessee
Accepted at an accredited four-year university
Declared major in engineering, architecture, science, or other technical field of service employed by Thompson Engineering, Watermark Design Group or Thompson Consulting Services
Minimum high school grade average of “B” (or 3.0 on 4.0-point scale)
Minimum ACT score of 21
Evidence of good character, leadership qualities, community involvement, and personal development
Applications for the 2018 Thompson Foundation Scholarship will be accepted through March 22, 2018. The Thompson Foundation scholarship is administered by the Community Foundation of South Alabama. Applicants will be asked to create an account and submit application materials at the Community Foundation of South Alabama website
. The scholarship recipient will be notified in writing no later than July 2018.
Thompson Engineering Foundation Scholarship, Auburn University
In 2011, the Thompson Holdings Foundation established a scholarship at Auburn University in Thompson Engineering’s name. Each year, Auburn will award the Thompson Engineering Foundation Scholarship, presently valued at up to $16,000 annually, to an exceptional student from Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, or Tennessee (our current office locations). The student must be enrolled in the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering with a declared major in civil engineering, and must be identified as a Spirit of Auburn or Academic Scholarship recipient with an ACT score of 28 or higher (or comparable SAT score) and a GPA of 3.25.