Ford Built Tough - $1,000 Scholarship

$1,000

February 01, 2021

Awards Available: 500

  • Scholarship Description
  • Students who are pursuing a two-year or four-year degree in any major are eligible to apply for the scholarship. Applicants must apply online and then visit their local participating Ford Truck dealer for signature and dealer code. Up to 500 scholarships available at $1,000 each to be awarded on behalf of participating Ford Truck dealers. Five (5) additional national scholarships at $1,000 each will be available to students who do not have a participating Ford Truck dealer in their area but did obtain a Ford dealer signature and dealer code. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • National FFA Organization
  • 6060 FFA Drive
  • Indianapolis, IN 46268
  • 888-332-2668

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