TEAMSTERS DISTRICT COUNCIL 2
Scholarship Fund 2023
Clark Ritchey Daniel Cabada
Secretary- Treasurer President
Teamsters District Council 2 is offering a financial award program for graduating High School Seniors and current college students of active District Council 2 members.
How much are the DC2 awards?
A One-Time award for Two Thousand Dollars ($2,000) will be granted to five (5) applicants.
** Previous winners are ineligible to participate. **
Who is eligible?
To qualify for the scholarship, applicants must be the child (son, daughter or financial dependent) of an ACTIVE Teamsters Union member, in “good standing”, from District Council 2, graduating from high school or a current college student, in 2022, and attending an accredited 4-year college or university in the U.S., or a trade school.
How to apply:
Obtain applications from Teamsters District Council 2 by going to our website and registering online at www.teamstersdc2.org and print out application HERE; or call the Fullerton Office to request for an application to be mailed to you.
STUDENTS: The student MUST fill out all information requested and enclose with your application the following:
1. An original “headshot” photograph of yourself (no paper copies)
2. Your official high school and college transcript (if a current college student) through the 2022 Fall Semester
3. Mail completed application and enclosures to arrive no later than the deadline to:
Teamsters District Council 2
710 E. Commonwealth Ave.
Fullerton, CA 92831
Attn: Scholarship Dept.
Scholarship applications must be received at our Fullerton Office no later than June 2, 2023, 5:00 pm PST.
Winners will be notified via email and/or U.S. Mail and must respond to the Scholarship Dept. with proof of acceptance/enrollment and the correct mailing address where the scholarship check is to be received.
For additional information, please contact the Scholarship Dept. at District Council 2
(714) 447-3382 or via email at email@example.com
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