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FMA Foundation

FMA Foundation

833 Featherstone Rd.
Rockford, IL 61107-6302
ph: (815)399-8700
Free: 888-394-4362
E-mail: [email protected]

FMA Foundation Scholarships (Undergraduate/Scholarship)

Purpose: To provide financial support to students in courses of study that may lead to careers in manufacturing. Focus: Engineering; manufacturing. Qualif.: Applicants must be full-time students with a minimum 3.0 GPA (for a college scholarship) or a 2.0 GPA (for a trade/technical school scholarship), enrolled in an engineering or manufacturing-related course of study, or a trade or technical program, that may lead to a career in manufacturing; or a member of FMA, TPA, or OPC the employee of a member company; or the child of a member; or the child of a member company's employee. Criteria: Applicants are evaluated based on academic achievement.

Funds Avail.: $2,500 up to $5,000. To Apply: Applicants must submit completed online application form and other materials by the application deadline. Deadline: April 4.

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