DETROIT (WWJ) — The Michigan Council of Women in Technology is accepting applications for its annual scholarship competition.

The 11th annual program is aimed at encouraging female students to pursue technology degrees and certifications at the college level. It is open to women of all ages.

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The program offers:
* One high school senior scholarship ($20,000)
* One high school senior/GET-IT program member scholarship ($20,000)
* One undergraduate-level scholarship ($15,000)
* One graduate-level student scholarship ($15,000)
* Three laptop awards

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Since MCWT’s first competition in 2002, it has awarded more than $600,000 in scholarships and other awards.

Applications are due by Jan. 31 to be considered for the 2014 fall semester.

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Eligibility requirements and other information is at http://www.mcwt.org or http://www.mcwtf.org.