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AABE National Scholarship Eligibility and Criteria Through the work of various members of the AABE National Scholarship Committee, Chapter Presidents, Regional Coordinators, local Scholarship Committees and many AABE volunteers nationwide, the AABE Scholarship Program is advertised and applications are solicited from eligible candidates nation-wide. AABE local chapters review the applications received and select local scholarship winners, from which the top ranked candidates are forwarded to the National Scholarship Committee for consideration of regional and national awards. The deadline date for submission of applications for the 2015 Scholarship Program is March 27, 2015.    

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2015 National Conference

Empowering a Generation Today, Tomorrow, and Beyond

Registration is now available for the 2015 National Conference that will be held in Charlotte, NC May 5 - 8, 2015. Come hear from industry leaders while networking with industry professionals during this informative conference. The conference will feature sessions such as "Women in Power", "C-Suite Conversation Panel - CEOs and Executives", and back by popular demand will be our "Legislative Crossfire." This is one conference you do not want to miss! Click here to register or for more information.​

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About AABE

The American Association of Blacks in Energy (AABE) is a national association of energy professionals founded and dedicated to ensure the input of African Americans and other minorities into the discussions and developments of energy policies regulations, R&D technologies, and environmental issues.

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