Applicant must be a high school senior who is a child of a current full member.
You must enclose the following:
A copy of high school transcript w/official school seal & signature
A brief personal summary, to include:
Volunteer community service involvement
Family members (parents, siblings etc.)
Interest and career goals
Two letters of recommendation w/signatures
Any other pertinent scholarship informatio
A small photo of yourself must be included
An essay 500 words minimum –The Effects of the American Labor Movement on My Family and Me
DEADLINE FOR FILING IS JUNE 1, 2017 – Please forward your application to Local 195, IFPTE, 186
North Main Street, Milltown, NJ 08850 Attn: Local 195 Scholarship Committee.
PLEASE NOTE – only children of Local 195, IFPTE, union members are eligible. Prior college students
are not eligible, nor are applicants who intend to enter a tuition-free college, or prior Local 195 Scholarship Awardees.
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