The 2018 application is open!
At Quip, we believe in building a company that embraces inclusivity, diversity, and work-life balance. We created this scholarship to help encourage undergraduate students getting started in tech who come from groups that have been historically underrepresented in STEM (including but not limited to: Black, Latino/a, American Indian, female, first-generation college students, LGBTQ+, people with disabilities).
We would love to consider your application for 2018! Apply here.
Quip diversity scholarship recipients
We were thrilled to recognize the following students! We were so impressed by their work promoting diversity, the obstacles they have overcome, their thoughtfulness in their responses, and their successes.
Each recipient was invited to visit the Quip office in San Francisco for full day of learning, mentorship, and meeting the team (all expenses paid). Winners received $5000 towards their education, and runners-up received $1000.
- Yasmin Abdi, University of Maryland
- Jiachen Jiang, Dartmouth College
- Blake Lewis, University of Mississippi
- Arlin Pedregon, University of New Mexico
- Miracle Williams, Jackson State University
- Najlaa Bouras, Columbia University
- Mei'lani Eyre, Cascadia College
- Valeria Gonzalez, UC San Diego
- Kartik Sawhney, Stanford University
- Jenny Xu, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Victoria Borneman, Georgetown University
- Alvin Chitena, Wesleyan University
- Kathryn Hodge, Vassar College
- Alejandro Rioja, University of California, Los Angeles
- Reynis Vazquez-Guzman, Stanford University
- Jace Chan, University of California, San Diego
- William Essilfie, Columbia University
- Sarah Lim, Northwestern University
- Suraya Shivji, University of Southern California
- Abby Van Soest, Princeton University