Bergeron Women in Technology Leadership Fund

Eligibility and Application

To be considered, applicants should excel in their studies as evidenced by a high grade-point average. Applicants must be female students who will be undergraduate juniors in the fall following the application period, majoring in computer information systems or computer science, with at least four semesters remaining. Candidates who successfully achieve senior status after the fall/spring of the initial award period and remain in good standing will be eligible for a second year of funding.

Email Monica Scarbrough for information about applying for this scholarship 

Sandra and Douglas Bergeron Present $1 Million Gift to Georgia State University

Scholarship-Mentorship fund established to provide educational assistance to high-potential women seeking careers in technology leadership

Doug and Sandra Bergeron

On November 16, 2006, Sandra and Douglas Bergeron announced the establishment of a unique $1 million scholarship-mentorship endowment to Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business.

The Bergeron Women in Technology Leadership Fund is awarded annually to undergraduate female students who have expressed interest in or demonstrated high potential for leadership careers in technology.

“The combination of financial assistance and mentorship is key to advancing women into leadership positions in technology businesses and helping women to achieve their true potential,” said Mrs. Bergeron.

This scholarship fund uniquely partners a tuition award with a one-on-one mentorship program designed to assist high-potential women in their educational and career advancement. The mentorship committee is chaired by Mrs. Bergeron and includes other female CEOs and leaders.