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Eureka Foundry
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Flowserve Corporation
 
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Mountain Equip. & Supply
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STEMCO Motor Wheel
 
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Eureka Foundry
 
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Waupaca Foundry, Plant 6
 
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Emily Shedlarski
Mueller Company
 
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Waupaca Foundry, Plant 6
 
 
 
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Education Scholarship The AFS Tennessee Chapter’s Scholarship
Educational Assistance Program.
 
 
 
Scholarship Educational Assistance Program
 
This year the AFS – Tennessee Chapter will be awarding two $2,500 educational scholarships to benefit either a chapter member, or a chapter members spouse, child, or grandchild.

For this year, this scholarship is for two groups of student. It is intended to assist graduating seniors from high school to continue their education beyond the high school level.

It is also intended to assist any current college Freshman, Sophomore, or Junior with plans to continue her / his education in the Fall of 2018. Candidates can come from any part of the country as long as the candidate is an AFS – Tennessee Chapter’s member, a member’s spouse, child or grandchild.
 
 
2018 Tennessee AFS Chapter Scholarship Application
 
Please list below any eligible person who will be graduating from any high school this spring or summer, or is in college as mentioned above, and has plans to continue her / his education in the Fall of 2018.

If you would like to apply for the scholarship, download the file to the right, fill it out and return it to the address on the application. If you have any questions, please contact Dave Shouse at dshouse@lodgemfg.com


NOTE: Scholarships will not be awarded to candidates in consecutive years after 2018.
 
Scholarship Requirements
 
1. Eligibility - This scholarship is intended to assist graduating seniors from high school to continue their education beyond the high school level, and for any current college Freshman, Sophomore, or Junior with plans to continue her / his education next year. Candidates can come from any part of the country as long as the candidate is an AFS – Tennessee Chapter’s member, a member’s spouse, child or grandchild.

2. Applications - Applications shall be sent to the AFS Tennessee Chapter Education Chair Person and must be received by March 15th of each year. Applications must be complete and typed or written on the designated form. The mailing address for applications will be included in the on-line application form. All eligible applicants shall be considered on an individual basis, without regard to age, race, national origin or gender.

3. Selection - The selection of eligible applicants and awarding of the scholarship shall be the responsibility of the Tennessee Chapter AFS Education Committee, which consists of teachers and professors from the local high schools and colleges. The Committee will be judging each applicant on:

     1. Recommendation from three (3) teachers.
     2. A letter from you telling why you want this scholarship, where you want to use it, and your plans for the future.
     3. A copy of your high school transcript.
     4. A short biographical sketch including school extra-curricular activities, and community service.

4. Distribution of Funds - Distribution of available funds shall be on a yearly basis in the name of the recipient to the designated colleges and/or universities. Funding shall be paid for school related expenses and remaining funds shall be distributed at the end of the scholarship period to recipients in good standing. Failure by the recipient to remain in good standing shall cause the remaining fund balance to be revoked. Revoked funds shall be returned to the scholarship fund.