OSAC - The Ford Family Foundation Scholarship Program for Sons and Daughters of Employees of Roseburg Forest Products Co. (ID 1079)
- Start Date:
- Scholarship award amounts for the Ford Sons & Daughters Program depend on the type of college the recipient is attending. A recipient enrolled in a 2-year college or program will receive an award amount of $3,000 each academic year. A recipient enrolled in a 4-year college or program will receive an award amount of $5,000 each academic year. This scholarship can be renewed annually if the student makes satisfactory academic progress.
- Kenneth W. Ford and The Ford Family Foundation established the Ford Sons & Daughters Program to provide scholarships to sons and daughters of Roseburg Forest Products Co. employees as they pursue education beyond high school. Each year, up to 10% of all eligible applicants are selected to receive the Ford
Sons & Daughters scholarship.
- The Ford Family Foundation Scholarship Office
- 440 East Broadway Suite 200
- Toll Free:
- (877) 864-2872
- Contact Notes:
- Max Age:
- Full(12+ Credits)
- Applicant must:
Be a dependent child or stepchild of an employee of Roseburg Forest Products Co. The employee must be full time and have been employed by Roseburg Forest Products, Co. for a minimum of 18 months as of March 1 of the application year
Be 21 years old or younger by March 1 of the application year. If selected, recipients may continue in the program beyond age 21
Attend full time, on campus, beginning in fall of the application year
Not have previously earned a bachelor’s degree
Plan to pursue a 2-year, 4-year or technical degree
Financial need is considered, but is not a required element.
Applicants are encouraged to complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as they may be eligible for other forms of financial aid.
Each successful candidate will demonstrate:
Evidence of volunteer service activities in his/her school and community
Strong work ethic
Academic success and appropriate academic preparation for career goal
An ability to clearly communicate personal strengths and goals
A sound educational plan
All eligible applicants are interviewed.
- Special Criteria:
- Eligible institutions include any 2-year or 4-year, public or private, non-profit or for-profit, post-secondary institution in the United States that is eligible to participate in federal Title IV student financial aid programs.
Apply online through the Oregon Student Access Commission (OSAC) at www.OregonStudentAid.gov.