MEET THE RECIPIENTS

The Helping Project is proud to present the next generation of game-changing engineers. 

2022 RECIPIENTS

Ernest Turner

University: University of California, Berkeley
Major: Civil Engineering
Hometown: Fairfield, CA

Ezra Bradley

University: Western Washington University
Major: Mechanical Engineering
Hometown: Redmond, WA

Jade Rasberry

University: Virginia Commonwealth University
Major: Chemical Engineering
Hometown: Stafford, VA

Nasir Crownie

University: Carnegie Mellon University
Major: Electrical Engineering
Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA

Omobolaji Alabi

University: Fordham University
Major: Electrical Engineering
Hometown: Alpharetta, GA

Tolulope Ogunfuwa

University: Florida State University
Major: Electrical Engineering
Hometown: Jacksonville, FL

Trevor Goldston

University: North Carolina State University/UNC Asheville
Major: Electrical Engineering
Hometown: Asheboro, NC

2021 RECIPIENTS

A’marion Turner

University: Clemson University
Major: Mechanical Engineering
Hometown: Rockhill, SC

Bontu Abdullahi

University: Western Washington University
Major: Computer Science
Hometown: Tukwila, WA

Courage Lahban

University: New Jersey Institute of Technology
Major: Mechanical Engineering
Hometown: Cameroon, Africa

Dolapo Ogbara

University: The Ohio State University
Major: Chemical Engineering
Hometown: Columbus, OH

Edward “Denzell” Dascanio

University: Georgia Institute of Technology
Major: Electrical Engineering
Hometown: Dallas, GA

Kianna Eddy

University: New York University
Major: Integrated Design & Media
Hometown: Ithaca, NY

Mamdooh Abdel Rhim

University: University of Southern California
Major: Astronautical Engineering
Hometown: Cape Coral, FL

JOIN THE NEXT COHORT

The benefits of being awarded the Black American Engineering Scholarship include a generous scholarship, professional support and a robust mentorship program. Learn more about the program and apply online by clicking the links below.