The UAW-Ford Education, Development and Training Program is pleased to present UAW-represented Ford employees with the following scholarship resources:

$1,500 UAW-Ford Community Engagement Scholarship for Dependent Children (CES)

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Click on the CES logo to the left to access information about the scholarship, including eligibility requirements and how to apply.

 

 

2017 and 2018 CES Scholarship applications are now being accepted.

The deadline to submit an application for 2017 courses is June 1st, 2018.

To listen to the Community Engagement Scholarship Podcast please select the link:

Click on the following link for the Volunteer Service Form:

 *NOTE*
Community service hours completed in 2017 for the 2016 scholarship may not be resubmitted for the 2017 scholarship.

Eight community service hours at a non-profit 501(c)3 organization must be completed for each year the scholarship is requested.

 If you need community service ideas, please click on the following link for United Way:

  


 UAW-Ford Rouge Powerhouse Memorial Scholarship 

The 2018 application is now closed.

Winners will be notified via USPS mail by mid-June. 

Please check back February/March for 2019 application information.


William Clay Ford, Jr. Scholarship for Fall 2018 Sophomores

Applications must be submitted on or before Monday, July, 16, 2018. 

Use the following link to access the:


Ford/EEOC Endowed Scholarship Program


Other Useful Information

Scholarship Search Engine – Click on Fastweb logo below:

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Fastweb has lots of information on scholarships and FASFA that may be useful to you.

FAFSA – The Free Application for Federal Student Aid is used to determine eligibility for need-based financial aid, which may include grants, scholarships, work-study and loans.   Filling out the FAFSA is now easier than ever before. Don’t miss out on opportunities for financial aid!

Click on the Fastweb logo above to be directed to their site.

Please note: This is for information purposes only, Fastweb has no affiliation with the UAW-Ford National Programs Center.

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