2024 Scholarship Awards Program Application

The Local 338 Charities Inc. Scholarship Awards Program is open to Local 338 Members (or their dependents) who are active members of the Union and have been for at least one (1) year from the date the Short Form Application is due (e.g. you became a member of Local 338 prior to March 15, 2023). To receive the scholarship award, the member or parent/guardian of the applicant must also remain a Local 338 member in good standing until the scholarship is awarded. Please note this scholarship program is open to students who are graduating high school seniors or are currently enrolled in college/university or trade/vocational school.

The Scholarship Awards Committee reviews all applications and awards:

· One individual with the Emanuel Laub Scholarship which is $3,500 a year for all four years in annual installments (totaling $14,000);

· Ten (10) individuals with a one-time Scholarship Award of $3,500 for their first year of college, vocational training, or other accredited institution;

· Two individuals with a one-time Continuing Education Scholarship Award of $3,500 for students pursuing a continuing education program, master's degree or doctorate degree; and

· Several one-time Book Award Scholarships of $1000 each to be used towards textbooks and course materials.

The deadline to submit this Short Form Application is March 15, 2024. When the Short Form Application is received by the Scholarship Awards Committee, a Long Form Application will be sent to the applicant with additional details. (Please note that the completed Long Form Application and supporting materials must be postmarked no later than April 12, 2024)

NOTE: the Local 338 Scholarship is a two-part application. When the short form is received and your eligibility has been confirmed, a long form application will be mailed to you and must be returned no later than April 14, 2023. If you do not send in both parts of the application and supporting documentation by the deadline, you will not be considered for the Local 338 scholarship.

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