APWU Vocational Scholarship Program

The APWU Vocational Scholarship is open to high school seniors who are children or grandchildren of an active APWU member.


Scholarship recipient must attend an accredited vocational school or community college vocational program of his or her choice as a full-time student. Applicant must make own application to school.

Winners receive up to $3,000 for specialized training in such fields as culinary arts, medical or dental assistant, electrician, real estate, auto mechanic, certified IT/computer education, cosmetology or massage therapy, etc.

The program awards $1,000 scholarships annually for up to three years to at least one recipient from each of the five postal areas. Eligible programs can be of a nine-month to three-year duration.

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