Updated November 27, 2013.students

Thank you for your interest in the Proton OnSite Scholarship Program.

The Proton OnSite scholarship program has been successful in supporting future leaders in science and technology, through college scholarships. A restructuring of the program, and one that focuses on a contest aspect, builds on that history while broadening the potential number of entries. Therefore, we are seeking participants who demonstrate passion, drive, curiosity and DIY initiative in applying science and technology to solve real world situations with a broad-reaching program.

About the Scholarship Program

The Proton OnSite Scholarship Program is fueling the next generation of scientific innovation by recognizing and awarding high school seniors who can find new and creative ways for generating and/or using hydrogen powered by renewable and sustainable energy sources such as sun or wind.


After receiving outstanding applications and ideas from 43 states, the Proton OnSite Scholarship Committee has awarded a $100,000 scholarship.

The $100,000 award recipient for 2013 is: 

Kyle Saleeby - a senior at Niceville High School in Florida

In addition, the Proton OnSite Scholarship has awarded TWO $50,000 scholarships for 2013.

Congratulations to:

Shilpa Iyer - from Port Jefferson Station, N.Y. attending Comsewogue High School.

Shweta Iyer -from Port Jefferson Station, N.Y. attending Comsewogue High School.


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