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Edwin Marsh Memorial Scholarship -- 2016 Applications

1. The value of each scholarship is one thousand dollars ($1,000.00). A scholarship will be awarded to two (2) high school seniors or graduates that have been accepted as a full-time student in a University or College. Applicant must be the dependent child of a building trades union member whose local union is affiliated with the Indiana State Building and Construction Trades Council.

2. The winners will be selected from all entrants who submit a short essay on "What Unions Have Done To Make American Life Better."

3. Essays should be between 200 and 500 words in length and be typewritten and double-spaced.

4. All essays submitted shall become the property of the Indiana State Building and Construction Trades Council and entrants give express permission to the publication of all entries with the name of the author.

5. The Executive Board of the Indiana State Building and Construction Trades Council shall administer this scholarship program and its decision shall be final.

6. Entries should include a cover page with the; student's name, address, school to which they have been accepted or they are currently attending, their relationship to a building trades' union member, and the craft in which that person is a member. Entries MUST be mailed to: Edwin Marsh Memorial Scholarship Fund, c/o Indiana State Building & Construction Trades Council, 150 W. Market Street, Suite 805, Indianapolis, IN 46204.

7. Entries must be received by 4:30 pm EDT, August 1, 2016. Entries received after this date will not be considered.

8. Selection of scholarship recipients will be made by August 19th, 2016. Winners will be notified by mail.

 

Indiana State Building and Construction Trades Convention

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Helmets to Hardhats

Helmets to Hardhats is a public/private partnership to created to assist returning U.S. armed forces personnel in their transition to civilian career paths. The Helmets to Hardhats program allows returning servicemen direct entry into the Joint Labor/Management Apprenticeship Programs of Indiana's union construction industry. This public/private partnership saves taxpayer dollars by reducing the transition period that military personnel typically experience upon discharge and allows these individuals to obtain associate's degrees from Ivy Tech State College.