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IBEW Local Union 21 Scholarship

Our Local union is proud to offer, on an annual basis, the IBEW Local Union 21 Scholarship Program, available to all IBEW Local Union 21 members and their immediate family. Each year, our Local awards up to eight winners scholarships of $1000 each.

The IBEW Local 21 Scholarship Committee met and awarded scholarships to family members of eight IBEW Local Union 21 members.  This year’s essays topics were: “How can the Union grow stronger in the wake of Right to Work?” and “What do you get from growing up in a Union home?”

We would like to congratulate our 2018 IBEW Local Union 21 Scholarship winners:

Tyler Dahm
Lauren LaMore
Cieran Locke
Amanda Rodriguez
Matthew Rodriguez
Lenette Ruiz
Kacie Sherman
Thomas Stancato


2018 IBEW Local Union 21 Scholarship

Applicants must submit their application and a minimum of a 1,000 word essay; double spaced in Times New Roman, size 12 font. No plagiarism. In addition to the essay you can also show your creativity through a video, photograph, or music.

This year there are two topics to choose from for your essay.

“How can the Union grow stronger in the wake of Right to Work?” or
“What do you get from growing up in a Union home?”

Applications must be received by Friday May 4, 2018

More information and an application can be found by clicking here.

Let others know about the scholarships.  Please hang a copy of the bulletin board posting on your union board.  Print it now by clicking here.


The results are in! 

We would like to congratulate our IBEW Local Union 21 Scholarship winners.  The scholarship committee met and have awarded scholarships to the family members of three IBEW Local 21 members.  Our scholars were awarded based on their essays on "What are the pros and cons of increasing the minimum wage?"

Scholarship Winners 2017
Samantha Reattoir
Amanda Rodriguez
Mary Collum


IBEW Founders' Scholarship

Offered by the IBEW International, and to be used solely by IBEW members, the IBEW Founders' Scholarship honors the dedicated wiremen and linemen who, on November 28, 1891, organized the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. This award is for $200 per semester credit hour at any accredited college or university toward an initial bachelor's degree in an approved field. All materials must be postmarked prior to May 1 of the scholarship year. Complete rules and applications can be found by clicking here.


William A. Lee Memorial Scholarship Awards
The Chicago Federation of Labor will once again offer its William A. Lee Memorial Scholarship to graduating high school seniors who belong to, or whose parents belong to, unions affiliated with the CFL. Applications are available at chicagolabor.org/scholarship
.

The CFL traditionally awards ten scholarships of $2,000 to students in two categories: academic competition and random drawing. Students may only apply in one category. 


Union Plus Scholarship Program
Since 1992, the Union Plus Scholarship Program has awarded more than $2.4 million to students of working families who want to begin or continue their post-secondary education. Over 1,700 families have benefited from their commitment to higher education. The Union Plus Scholarship Program is offered through the Union Plus Education Foundation. More information can be found here.





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