General Motors Technical Education Program (TEP) Scholarship


The General Motors Technical Education Program (TEP) scholarship is a merit-based scholarship for General Motors TEP employees enrolled in USC Viterbi graduate courses.

Individuals are eligible for scholarship awards once during a 3-semester timeframe (Summer, Fall or Spring).

For any questions regarding this merit-based scholarship, please email DEN@Viterbi.usc.edu.


Applicant Qualifications

Applicants must meet the following requirements to be eligible for the GM TEP Scholarship:

  • Applicants for scholarship consideration must have completed at least one (1) Systems Architecting and Engineering (SAE) course from USC with a grade of B or better.
  • Applicants must have a minimum 3.0 GPA in their current graduate program.
  • Applicant Deadlines

    Please refer to the below for upcoming scholarship deadlines. Applicants for scholarship consideration must submit their application by the deadline date.

  • Summer 2024 Scholarship Deadline - Monday, April 22 at 11:59pm PDT
  • Fall 2024 Scholarship Deadline - Monday, June 24 at 11:59pm PDT
  • Scholarship Recipient Guidelines

    Scholarship recipients must:

    • Be General Motors TEP participants
    • Have completed at least one (1) Systems Architecting and Engineering course from USC with a grade of B or better
    • Have a minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA in their enrolled graduate degree program
    • Only enroll in USC courses as a DEN@Viterbi (online) student

    Application Instructions

    Employees would need to submit the following materials as part of their application:

  • Unofficial Copies of transcripts
    • Students must have a minimum 3.0 GPA from their enrolled graduate degree program
  • Resume
    • Students are required to upload their resume.
  • Two Letters of Recommendation
    • Acceptable Format: All letters must be uploaded as a PDF. Recommenders can provide scholaship applicants with an email recommendation, with the recommender's signature block in the email.
      • One letter must come from a current manager or supervisor with direct oversight of your performance in the workplace.
      • The second letter may come from an individual of your choice such as a current or former professor, supervisor, professional colleague, etc.
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    Published on February 26th, 2024

    Last updated on April 10th, 2024