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Deadline for Application - April 21st, 2023

NUCA of Eastern WA & North ID is pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for our 2023 Scholarship Program.  Funded by the NUCA Associates & Education Committees, (1) One scholarships in the amount of $2,500 and a second (1) One scholarships in the amount of $1,500 are to be awarded at the Dozer Day Friday Night Sponsor BBQ to be held Friday May 5th, 2023 at Cabela's State line.

Who is eligible?

Any high school senior whose parent or guardian is employed by a current NUCA member company in good standing may apply. Applicant can also be a niece/nephew/grandchild/spouse of a current NUCA member. Applicants may only win a scholarship two times. Applicants must be a currently enrolled or graduating high school senior, or a currently enrolled college/ university/trade school student. Student employees, including students who work part time are eligible, as are dependents of NUCA Chapter Executive Directors.

Our goal

The goal of the “Next Generation NUCA Scholarship” is to foster the education of young adults so that they may grow to be future leaders within the utility construction industry - carrying on in our industry that needs the NEXT generation.

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Let your employees know they are eligible!

A link to the scholarship application is below. Please encourage any high-school-aged employee or your company employees with children in high school to apply today! You can share this information with a brief note advising them that children of all company employees are eligible, so they are aware of this crucial member benefit.
Students will need ample time to complete the application. While the economy is still recovering, college tuition rates continue to rise. Even a $1,500 scholarship can make a big difference to many families. The online application must be complete and submitted online 11:59 pm EDT April 21st, 2022.

Any questions regarding the NUCA Scholarship Program can be directed to committee chair Kai Zimmerman or NUCA Executive Director Sheri Nowlan

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