Scholarships for College
Paying for college is not easy, so every little bit can help. Here are three options available to members of the North Central States Regional Council of Carpenters.
Every year, the Regional Council awards dozens of scholarships to children of members to help them pursue a post-secondary education.
The North Central States Regional Council of Carpenters is taking applications for college scholarships for children dependents of our members. The number of scholarships will depend on the amount of money raised for the Scholarship Fund.
The deadline for applications is April 1, 2016. Completed applications must be returned to the NCSRCC office in Saint Paul, MN, or sent via email to email@example.com.
Thomas Verry Memorial Scholarship Fund
In 1992, Carpenters Local 1260 established a Scholarship Fund to encourage the dependants of its members to further their education, be it post-secondary, vocational, or trade apprenticeship. In 1998, the Fund was renamed in memory of long-time member and former Business Representative Thomas Verry.
The scholarships can be used for books, tuition, or tools of the trade (in the case of apprenticeships). Receipts must be submitted to the Scholarship Committee by July 1 each year, before grants will be made.
In 1998, the membership decided to modify the awarding process from a one-time grant of $250 available to those applicants deemed eligible by the Committee. Currently yearly grants of $100, available to eligible applicants that can be renewed annually three times after the initial awarding for a total of $400, as long as the applicants remain in school and are deemed eligible by the Committee.
To be eligible for the Carpenters Local 1260 Scholarship, applicants must meet the following criteria:
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