IBEW Founders' Scholarship
honors the dedicated wiremen and linemen who founded the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. Each year the officers of the IBEW are pleased to offer its working members scholarships on a competitive basis. It is hoped that the awards will not only contribute to the personal development of our members but also steward the electrical industry that our founders envisioned.
The application is available on the IBEW website at: Click here for Rules for Entry and printable application.
The award is for $200 per semester credit hour at any accredited college or university toward an associate's, bachelor's or postgraduate degree in an approved field. The maximum distribution is $24,000 per person over a period not to exceed eight years.
Spouses or children of IBEW members are not eligible for the IBEW Founders’ Scholarship.
Deadline for this scholarship is April 30, of each year.
The Union Plus Scholarship Program
Union Plus has a scholarship that is available for IBEW members, as well as their spouses and dependent children. Please visit the Union Plus website at www.unionplus.org for more information about other scholarship opportunities. You will find this information under the Benefits & Discount tab. Deadline for this scholarship is January 31, of each year.
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Free College for Union Members and Their Families
The Union Plus Free College Benefit, brought to you in partnership with AFSCME, can help you (and your family members) afford a college education without piling on thousands of dollars in student debt.
What is The Union Plus Free College Benefit?
Under an academic partnership with Eastern Gateway Community College, the Union Plus Free College Benefit offers grants — known as "last dollar scholarships" — that fill the gap between any federal, state and employer education grants for tuition, fees, and e-books for certain online programs at Eastern Gateway.
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NETTWORTH FINANCIAL GROUP DONNA CASTLEBERRY SCHOLARSHIPS
In 2013, NettWorth Financial Group lost a very special employee in Donna Castleberry, who passed away unexpectedly. More than simply an incredible asset to our firm, she contributed enormously to the happiness of everyone who knew her. She was a loving and nurturing mother of two who routinely placed the needs of everyone she knew ahead of her own. Her caring manner and friendly smile will be profoundly missed by all of us. To commemorate the life of our friend, we are dedicating our annual scholarship program to her memory.
The NettWorth Financial Group Donna Castleberry Scholarship Fund awards college scholarships to children of union members across the country. Since 2001, more than $220,000 has been given to fund the education of dozens of promising young men and women. Chances are, you know of a family that has benefited in your hometown. The scholarship program is a fitting tribute to an individual who gave so much to so many.
Scholarship applications can be requested and submitted between January 1st and May 31st each year.
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Scholarship applications can be requested by calling our scholarship hotline at 888-224-5021 or by visiting our website www.nettworth.net.
Who is eligible for partnership benefits?
Members and Spouses are eligible for partnership benefits at Excelsior College.
Kids’ Chance believes that we can make a significant difference in the lives of all children affected by a workplace injury by helping them pursue and achieve their educational goals.
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The Judy Martz Women in Leadership Scholarship aims to inspire the next generation of women leaders.
Applicants must be a resident of Montana and be at least 18 years of age. Ideal applicants for this award will demonstrate leadership potential and a vision for their future leadership, preferably in service to Montana.
Scholarship funds can be used toward a college degree or certificate; professional training (e.g., certification or conference specific to one's profession); leadership development (e.g., Leadership Montana, REAL MT, or similar opportunity); fellowship opportunities; assistance in starting a business, (e.g., business licensing, training, consulting); another opportunity not described above; and/or related expenses (e.g., travel) for leadership development.
Deadline: August 18th
Award Amount: Up to $5,000
Eligibility Location: Montana
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Pride Foundation Scholarships - Deadline: Jan. 7th
Reach Higher Montana Scholarship - Deadline: Jan. 15th
University of Montana Western Scholarship Opportunities - Deadline: Jan 15th
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