AFS: Keystone Chapter

Serving the foundry industry
since 1891

Sponsors

Boyd Metalcasting Consulting

The Scholarship Committee is presently accepting applications from students who will be entering the junior or senior year of education at an accredited university. The student must be pursuing a BS degree in an engineering, technology or computer science field and meet one of the following qualifications:

  • Attend a university within the Keystone Chapter area.
  • Be a child of a Keystone Chpater AFS member attending a university anywhere.
  • Be a child of an employee of a Keystone Chapter AFS company member attending a university anywhere.

In addition, all applicants must be registered with the Foundry Educational Foundation at www.fefinc.org to be considered.

Applications must be received by June 1st for award in the fall of the same year. Forms can be obtained by downloading here or contacting the Chapter office.

Scholarship Application (.pdf)

Scholarship Application (.doc)