As part of bp’s HBCU Fellowship Program, Florida A&M University, North Carolina A&T University and Prairie View A&M University will each receive $1.35 million, covering five full scholarships per year at each school for three years – a total of 45 full scholarships during that period.
Students who successfully complete the program will be provided with opportunities for additional development, including internships. Scholarships will be open to all US students on each campus who have an interest in the energy sector, a minimum grade point average of 3.0 and are in good standing.
We are currently accepting applications, and students will be notified of a final decision in April.
To learn more about the fellowship program and to apply, please visit the links below.
Do you have a strong interest in the financial markets and trading, and are interested in a career in energy? Maybe you’d like insight into bp’s hiring process and how we seek out top talent across the country? If your answer to these questions is yes, the finance and risk virtual summer bootcamp may be the perfect opportunity for you. Designed exclusively for second year university students, this event will give insight into what an internship and career within finance and risk at bp could look like.
Open to 1st and 2nd year university students, our scholarship is a fascinating introduction to the energy industry. It will support your undergraduate progress, while opening your eyes to the full range of opportunities that our business and sector offer. You’ll also gain skills and knowledge that’ll help you apply for one of our internships in the future.
Selected scholarship winners will join a series of engagement events in the summer of 2023 – all designed to be a launchpad to our internships. Complete the program and you’ll be rewarded with $5,000 to help you through your university studies.
Becoming one of our future talent scholars could put you on a fast-track to a technical interview – getting you that much closer to an internship with bp.
This program aims to bridge the STEM gap between minority education and university whilst offering a scholarship with financial benefits upon completion. It will reduce social inequality by providing development, mentorship, and experiential learning to underrepresented minorities at a high school senior level in the communities in and around Chicago, Houston and Seattle. Here, you will receive the skills and tools needed to transition into university and beyond.
This program is designed exclusively for second year university students and gives a deep dive into the world of commodity trading in the energy industry.