Are you interested in pursuing a PhD (advanced study and research) in exciting areas of physics, astronomy, computer science, computer engineering, or mathematical sciences?
Looking for ways to fund your education? Interested in joining an extensive community of peers, mentors, and faculty who support and share your goals?
Consider applying for the Cal-Bridge program, designed to assist CSU students in successfully applying to PhD programs in these fields. Community college students transferring to a CSU are also eligible to apply.
Selected scholars receive generous scholarships (up to $10,000 per year based on financial need*), mentoring by both CSU and UC faculty, professional development opportunities, and access to summer research possibilities.
Join us virtually for a Cal-Bridge Information Session on Friday, March 4th (11 am PT) to learn about this exciting scholarship opportunity! During this virtual workshop, Cal-Bridge scholarship recipients (called Cal-Bridge Scholars) and associated faculty will provide an in-depth introduction to the Cal-Bridge scholarship program.
In particular, we will discuss:
- Eligibility requirements
- Program highlights (funding, mentorship, internships, workshops)
- First-hand experiences from current Scholars and Alumni
The application deadline is April 4th. For more information, visit: www.calbridge.org
Register here for the workshop:https://forms.gle/TnjTKAtUo522Zqd69
We’re excited to see you there!Cal-Bridge Recruitment and Outreach Committee
*Only U.S. citizens or permanent residents are eligible to receive financial aid, but non-citizens selected to be Cal-Bridge scholars may receive all the other benefits of the program. In addition, sometimes private donations make it possible to give financial aid to non-citizens, and all eligible students are encouraged to apply.