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Office Furniture Distribution Association

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September 04, 2020

Awards Available: 3

  • Scholarship Description
  • To pay homage to individuals who have contributed significantly throughout their lifetime to the betterment of our industry, the OFDA offers scholarships to commemorate each, in tribute. These three awards support students in pursuit of education in the field of transportation and logistics, with links or aspirations specific to the office furniture industry, supply chain. Following application, the student will complete a short essay for consideration of the award. Essays are reviewed by the OFDA Board of Directors, who select the best candidates for these special awards.The Office Furniture Distribution Association (OFDA) is a non-profit organization, founded in 1923, committed to the sharing of best practices and education of our members. We welcome new members, and strive to build an even stronger foundation from which we can all learn, share, and be relevant resources to one another, for years to come! For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider’s website.
  • Contact
  • The OFDA, Sue deWinter, Chair
  • 8383 Riley Street
  • Zeeland , MI 49464
  • theofda@yahoo.com
  • 416-722-7963

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