APWU E.C. Hallbeck Memorial Scholarship

$8,000

May 31, 2020

Awards Available: 10

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The E.C. Hallbeck Memorial Scholarship awards 10 recipients $2,000 annually for four years to use toward an undergraduate program. The Hallbeck Scholarship provides financial assistance to one male and one female recipient from each of five regions: Central, Eastern, Northeast, Southern, and Western. Hallbeck Scholarship recipients must attend an accredited college or university, and must maintain a “B” average (or “Pass” if on a “Pass/Fail” system).
    Applicants must be a child or grandchild, including stepchild or legally adopted child of an active member, Retirees Department member, or deceased member of the American Postal Workers Union, their parent or grandparent must be a full dues paying member or retiree member [as defined in the APWU National Constitution and Bylaws, reference Article 3, Section 1, Section 4(d)] in good standing or must have been a member immediately preceding death.
    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Coordinator
  • American Postal Workers Union
  • 1300 L Street NW
  • Washington, DC 20005
  • tel: 202-842-4215
  • fax: 202-842-8530

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