A. James Clark Scholars Program
Today’s engineer must be a dynamic problem solver in multidisciplinary environments, comfortable engaging the populations affected by their research, as well as their communities of practice. The goal of the A. James Clark Scholars Program at Georgia Tech is to enable students to embody the new requirements of engineers in a global marketplace. By the end of their education at Georgia Tech, Clark Scholars will be highly-skilled, creative engineers, capable of conducting leading-edge research, collaborative problem solving, and community engagement.
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The A. James Clark Scholars Program
The A. James Clark Scholars Program at Georgia Tech is dedicated to creating engineers of the future. Student scholars embody an entrepreneurial spirit and community-minded values. They strive to continuously achieve excellence in everything they do.
The Clark Scholars Program is a signature academic program, combining engineering, leadership and community service. In 2018, the A. James & Alice B. Clark Foundation partnered with Georgia Tech to financially support students who exhibit strong academic and leadership potential.
The A. James & Alice B. Clark Foundation
The A. James & Alice B. Clark Foundation it committed to helping hard workers with a drive to achieve. The Foundation seeks out grantees who build practical, immediate and concrete connections between effort and opportunity — from scholarships for engineering students, to better schools for DC’s children to veteran reintegration programs. The Foundation then gives our grantees the resources and autonomy they need to succeed, holding them to the highest expectations on behalf of the individuals they serve.
The Foundation’s signature academic program, the A. James Clark Scholars Program, combines engineering, business, leadership and community service. As part of our commitment to building the pipeline of future engineers, the Foundation has partnered with some of the nation’s leading engineering institutions to financially support students who exhibit strong academic and leadership potential.