IntelliTect Scholar Grand Prize Winner 2021

Emma Spence

IntelliTect welcomes first group of Intellitect Scholar scholarship winners!
Emma graduated from Lakeside High School in the class of 2021. She plans to study computer science at the University of Washington this upcoming fall.

IntelliTect Scholar Finalists 2021

  • Hannah Foster
  • Caleb
  • Tristan Krzyzanek

Scholarship Application Opens Spring 2022

IntelliTect Scholars are high school juniors and seniors who are bright, creative, resourceful people with a passion for engaging in and solving challenging problems. Additionally, they may or may not have coding experience or be considering a computer science or engineering degree. The purpose of this scholarship is to support and invest in the best and brightest potential employees by engaging with them during their educational journey. We are looking for a broad spectrum of people with diverse backgrounds and experiences. IntelliTect gives preference to female and minority applicants, but that is not a requirement to win the scholarship.

The scholarship competition has two rounds. After submitting this application, we invited the round one finalists to a gathering in Spokane at IntelliTect. We awarded them a $100 scholarship towards their college education. Then, we selected up to three finalists out of that group to win an additional $400 scholarship and enter a mentor/mentee relationship with an IntelliTect engineer.

The most significant benefit to the recipient is the opportunity to create a long-term relationship and contact with people in the tech industry. IntelliTect can provide guidance and mentorship throughout the student’s college experience. Building a network of professionals can enhance their marketability for their future careers.

We are happy to answer questions emailed to scholarship@intellitect.com.

Our Scholarship Cheat Sheet

Here’s the press release on our IntelliTect Scholar night. See how we celebrated our finalists. Also, check out Allen Monroe’s article on our efforts to increase diversity in tech. Review the questions from the 2021 application to start preparing your answers for the 2022 school year.