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Ford Motor Company Tribal Scholarship

Ford Motor Company will award up to $3,000 annually, based on financial need. The scholarship is for students studying math; science; engineering; business; teacher training; or environmental science.


To be eligible for the Ford/American Indian College Fund Corporate Scholars Program student must:

- Have at least a 3.0 grade point average;
- Be a full-time student with a declared a major in math; science; engineering; business; teacher training; or environmental science;
- Demonstrate leadership and commitment to the American Indian community;
- Be American Indian, Alaska Native or Hawaii Native with proof of enrollment or descendancy;
- First preference for students in a Michigan tribal college

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