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Roadway Worker Memorial Scholarship Program

The American Traffic Safety Services Foundation Roadway Worker Memorial Scholarship Program, awarded annually, provides financial assistance for post-high school education to dependents of roadway workers killed or permanently disabled in roadway work zones.


Eligible applicants must be dependents of roadway workers killed or permanently disabled in work zones related construction or maintenance activities, including mobile operations and the installation of roadway safety features.

The scholarship must be applied to a post-secondary school or institution that requires a high school diploma or Graduate Equivalent Degree (G.E.D.) for admission. This could include any public or private four-year accredited college or university, two-year accredited college, or vocational-technical college or a training institution.

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