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ATSSA Roadway Worker Memorial Scholarship Program

ATSSA Roadway Worker Memorial Scholarship Program

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High School Students

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About This Scholarship

The ATSSA Roadway Worker Memorial Scholarship Program is a scholarship program offered by the American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA). The scholarship program aims to support the children of workers who have been killed or permanently disabled in roadway work zone accidents.

The ATSSA Roadway Worker Memorial Scholarship Program provides financial assistance to eligible students pursuing higher education. The scholarship awards can be used to cover tuition, fees, books, and other educational expenses. The specific details of the scholarship program, including the scholarship amount, eligibility criteria, and application process, may vary each year.

Eligibility Criteria For ATSSA Roadway Worker Memorial Scholarship Program

The specific eligibility criteria for this scholarship program may include the following:

  • Relationship to a Roadway Worker: To be eligible for the ATSSA Roadway Worker Memorial Scholarship, you must be the dependent child of a worker who has been fatally injured or permanently disabled in a work-related incident within the roadway construction industry. The worker must have been employed by an ATSSA member company at the time of the incident.
  • Age Limit: There may be age restrictions or limitations for applicants, typically requiring them to be under a certain age (e.g., 24 years old) at the time of application.
  • Academic Standing: Applicants are generally required to have a minimum GPA (Grade Point Average) to be considered for the scholarship. The specific GPA requirement may vary from year to year, so it’s important to check the scholarship program’s official website or contact ATSSA for the most up-to-date information.
  • Enrollment in an Accredited Institution: Applicants must be planning to enroll or currently enrolled in an accredited post-secondary educational institution (college, university, technical school, or vocational school) in pursuit of an undergraduate degree or certification.
  • Application Process: Typically, applicants are required to complete an application form, which may include providing personal information, details about the roadway worker’s incident, academic information, and possibly submitting essays or letters of recommendation.

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