Applications for The Brunner Awards are now open
For current Bronx Science 9th, 10th and 11th grade students, apply for the Brunner Awards. These awards help students pursue their passions and projects despite the possible financial barriers. Click the headline for all the details and to apply.
Applications for THE BRUNNER AWARDS are now open
In a thriving and exciting community like the one that exists at
Bronx Science, there are students with all sorts of unusual and intriguing
passions. However, often these passions require funding that may not be
available to a student. With the Brunner Awards, we help students pursue their
passions and projects despite the possible financial barriers.
The Brunner Awards were funded and conceived by
alumnus Charles Brunner ’56. The Brunner Awards is a financial stipend awarded to students who
would like to pursue a project or experience to further their personal growth
or help in their education. So, whether you wish to travel to Thailand to
research elephants or to build that robot that you have been planning on
building for years, the Brunner Awards can help you!
The Brunner Awards provide financial stipends to
students to pursue opportunities that enable students to fulfill their
interests, dreams and aspirations. We know that Bronx Science students have a
variety of passions but are often unable to pursue them due to cost.
The Brunner Awards make this possible.
We encourage Bronx Science students to dream big and to apply
for The Brunner Awards whether it is for an opportunity during the
school year or the summer!
Students can apply for The Brunner Awards by completing an application online HERE. The Brunner Awards are sponsored by the Bronx Science Alumni Foundation. Inc. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. For questions, please contact Eleanor Coufos ’99, Vice President of the Bronx Science Alumni Foundation, at Coufos@bxscience.edu.
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