The Owens Corning Dependent Scholarship
Since the Owens Corning Foundation was established in 1978, the Foundation has been at work responding to the requests of its stakeholder communities. Established to enhance lives through charitable contributions, the Foundation champions programs that provide access to education and affordable housing for those most in need.
To promote our goal of access to education and academic excellence, the Owens Corning Dependent Scholarship Fund was established as an enduring gift for the dependents of Owens Corning employees to assist students in reaching their full potential who demonstrate scholastic aptitude and financial need.
Those eligible to apply for the scholarship include the children and/or legal dependents (excludes spouses) of all current salaried and hourly full-time employees of Owens Corning or its majority owned affiliates. Children and/or legal dependents of retirees, interns, co-ops, temporary staff, vendors and contractors are not eligible.
Scholarship awards will be paid directly to the higher education institution (and not to the student) for purposes of covering education-related expenses such as tuition, fees, books and supplies, and room and board (on campus).
$2,500.00 USD or equivalent outside the U.S. Number of scholarship awards shall be determined by the Owens Corning Foundation Board.
This Scholarship is administered by Toledo Community Foundation. The above-stated criteria may be revised from time to time as deemed appropriate by the Owens Corning Foundation Board.
Basis for Selection
Selection of scholarship recipients will be based on:
1. Students who will be full-time students (as defined by the institution) at an accredited higher educational institution in the Fall of 2017. Said institution must be an organization described in section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code (if a U. S. institution) or an equivalent foreign institution.
2. Financial need.
3. Scholastic aptitude (ACT composite of at least 24 OR SAT composite of at least 1100 [excluding writing section] or equivalent outside of the U.S.).
4. Prior academic achievement (demonstrated grade point average of 3.0 or above based on a 4.0 scale at a secondary school or equivalent (average to above-average student) outside of the U.S.).
5. Evidence of sustained participation and commitment to community and social service activities.
6. Recommendations from those individuals noted in 2 (below).
How to apply
1. Complete the scholarship application form online, in English.
2. Provide email addresses for two individuals who can provide letters of reference on your behalf (a teacher, guidance counselor and/or administrator).
3. Provide the name and email address of the person at your school who can upload an official copy of your most recent school transcript (be sure test scores are a part of the high school transcripts). You can send the request to yourself if you have your transcript to upload.
Questions regarding the Scholarship may be directed to: Toledo Community Foundation, 419.241.5049 or email Joanne@toledocf.org.
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