IperionX $1,000 West Tennessee High School STEM Scholarships
At IperionX, sustainably ushering in the Titanium Age means more than becoming the leading developer of low carbon, sustainable critical materials supply chains for the US. To change the world, we have to start by making it a better place for the communities in which we operate our business. Meeting that goal begins by forging relationships based on trust, transparency, and accountability.
Since the doors of the IperionX Titan Project office first opened in March 2021, the people of Benton, Henry, and Carroll County, Tennessee, where one of the largest sources of titanium mineral and rare earth elements is located, have been welcomed at any time to ask questions, share their concerns, and express their hopes for the future. Our West Tennessee team plays a critical role in initiating relationships, building trust, maintaining on-going communications, and developing opportunities for the local community to learn about our mission and what the Titanium Age might mean for them and their families.
IperionX is excited to offer three (3) $1,000 scholarships to graduating high school seniors in Benton, Henry, and Carroll County, Tennessee. These scholarships are intended to support West Tennessee students in their STEM-related higher-education studies in the 2024-2025 academic year. Students may utilize these funds to pursue higher-education STEM-related studies in college, university, technical, or trade school.
Applications are open from January 3, 2024 through May 3, 2024. Scholarship recipients will be announced by June 7, 2024.
- Must be a current high school senior with expected graduation in Spring 2024.
- Must be attending high school or reside in Benton, Henry, or Carroll County, Tennessee.
- Must be planning on pursuing a STEM-related career for the 2024-2025 academic year after high school graduation.
Please email [email protected] for any questions.
By submitting this application, you agree to have your name and image used in IperionX promotional materials and shared on IperionX social media. Scholarship recipients are responsible for any potential taxes and fees associated with earned winnings.