Education that matters
Operating Engineers Local 3 represents the interests of people who build and protect. With that in mind, we want to build and protect the future of the Operating Engineers by supporting those who aspire to further their education with the help of the Local 3 Scholarship program.
The Local 3 Officers, Executive Board and the Scholarship Board of Directors understand that the workplace is rapidly changing, and many jobs require skills that can be attained only with a good education. Local 3 is dedicated to giving our young people the opportunity to succeed by providing them with the chance to further their education and training. For this reason, Local 3 awards annual scholarships to children, stepchildren and foster children of Local 3 members.
Twenty-five $2,000 scholarships will be awarded to children of Local 3 members. Merit Scholarship winners will not be judged on academic qualifications but will instead be selected through a raffle drawing. These scholarships must be used for study at any accredited college or trade school located in the U.S. Winners must submit proof of full-time enrollment to receive payment.
Operating Engineers Local 3 scholarships will not impose restrictions of any kind on the course of study. Recipients may accept any other grants or awards that do not rule out scholarship aid from other sources.
2018 Scholarship Applications
Applications for the 2018 OE3 Scholarships are available online here, in district offices and in OEFCU branches. Applications can be filled out online or printed and filled out by hand.
Note: Applications must be postmarked between
January 1, 2018 and March 31, 2018 in order to be considered.
Who may apply
Children (including stepchildren and foster children) of Local 3 members may apply for the scholarships. The parent of the applicant must be a member for at least one year immediately preceding the date of the application. Grandchildren are only eligible to apply if their grandparent (member) is their legal guardian. Children of deceased members are eligible to apply for the scholarships if the parent of the applicant was a member for at least one year immediately preceding the date of death.
HOW TO SUBMIT APPLICATIONS
It is the responsibility of the applicant to see that the application is completed in full and that all of the required items are received on time. If any items are missing, the applicant risks ineligibility.
Send to: James K. Sullivan Recording-Corresponding Secretary Attn: Scholarships Operating Engineers Local Union No. 3, 1620 South Loop Road, Alameda, CA 94502. If you have questions, please call the RCS Office at (510) 748-7400
Please consider donating to the Local 3 Scholarship Foundation and help us build a better future for all.
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