Scholarships

IUE-CWA 2019-20 Scholarship Application Form

Important Instructions – READ FIRST:

For the IUE-CWA Scholarship Form please refer to the notes in the yellow box below. If you meet these requirements please continue for the application form.

While you may apply to all scholarships for which you are eligible, you can only win in one category per year. ONLY apply for scholarships for which you are qualified. Please read the individual scholarship rules on the main scholarship page to determine which scholarships apply to you.

Please fill out the application below to be considered for our scholarships. You must submit a required essay of no less than 300 and no more than 500 words, which includes all of the following:

  1. Name
  2. Information on the student’s community involvement/volunteer work
  3. The student’s career goals and aspirations
  4. What the labor movement means to the students, and what impact it has had on his or her life.

** If the student in interested in a field related to organized labor, please note that as well.

The essay must be proofread and edited and saved as an M.S. Word document titled firstname_lastname.doc (fill in the applicant’s first and last names) and uploaded to the website with the application. If the essay is received in any other format, the essay will be rejected.

** Winners are required to provide an electronic photograph of themselves for publication in the IUE News before a check can be issued.

PLEASE NOTE:

For all of the below scholarships, the applicant must be accepted for admission or already enrolled as a full-time student at an accredited college or university, nursing or technical school offering college credit courses. All study must be completed at the undergraduate level. Checks will be sent directly to the accredited school.

2019 - 2020 IUE-CWA Scholarship Application

James B. Carey - (open to children and grandchildren of all IUE-CWA members and IUE-CWA employees, including retired or deceased IUE-CWA members or employees)


Furniture Workers Willie Rudd - (open to all IUE-CWA members and employees and their children and grandchildren)