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Name International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers Scholarship
Number of Awards
Award Value $1,000
Award Type Merit-Based Scholarship
Accept Applications Until February 22
Renewable
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Contact Information

Contact International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers
Scholarship Program, Room 117
9000 Machinists Place
Upper Marlboro, Maryland 20772
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Scholarship Description

This scholarship competition is open each year to members of the IAM and their children throughout the United States and Canada.

Awards to Children of Members are: College - $1,000 per academic year. All awards are renewed each year until a Bachelor's degree is obtained or for a maximum of four years, whichever occurs first. Vocational/Technical School - $2,000 per year until certification is reached or for a maximum of two years, whichever occurs first.

Vocational/technical School -$2,000 per year until certification is reached or for a maximum of two years, whichever occurs first.

Any Applicant Must Be Either--
* an IAM member, or
* the son, daughter, stepchild or legally adopted child of an IAM member.

A Member Applicant--
* must have two years of continuous good-standing membership up to and including the closing date of the competition
* the IAM member must maintain continuous good-standing membership throughout the life of the award,
* must be working in a company under contract with the IAM,
* may apply, whether entering college or vocational/technical school as a freshman or at a higher level with some college credits already completed, and
* if not a winner, may apply again the following year.

Child of a Member Applicant--
* must have one living parent with two years' continuous good-standing membership up to and including the closing date,
* must be planning to graduate during the winter or by the end of the spring of this school year (i.e., normally a high school senior or completing the last year of college preparatory work),
* and will be eligible if the parent died after the son or daughter entered high school if the parent had two years of continuous good-standing membership at the time of death.
* the IAM member must maintain continuous good-standing membership throughout the life of the award.