Laborers' Union Local #1239
& Northern Idaho
|Sara Argyle||Local # 440|
|Molly Bartee||Local #252|
|Andrew Bennett||Local #348|
|Sabrina Bennett||Local #348|
|Christopher Bradley||Local #242|
|Christi Burton||Local #791|
|Wendy Carrillo||Local #242|
|Kelli Dahlquist||Local #791|
|Jacqueline Eckstrom||Local #1239|
|Sara Elder||Local #242|
|Holly Hansen||Local #238|
|Emmalyn Johnson||Local #335|
|Dianna Lahmann||Local #252|
|Cory LaPlante||Local #276|
|Ledena Mattox||Local #335|
|Holly Ann Moore||Local #614|
|Elizabeth Prather||Local #335|
|Austin Richard||Local #1239|
|Ryan Siemers||Local #238|
|Chris Spencer||Local #901|
|Kristi Walker||Local #335|
|Shane Webley||Local #238|
|Melodi Ann Walsh||Local #614|
|Jacob Wolkenhauer||Local #335|
A separate scholarship program for those members of the Laborers' International Union who have maintained membership in any of the Washington State Local Unions.
The members of the Washington locals have funded this scholarship program, beginning in 1998 Scholarships will be awarded annually to assist eligible students in furthering their education. The first award will be made in the Spring of 1999. Scholarships will usually be awarded before June graduation exercises.
Those eligible are individuals who have maintained membership in any of the following Washington Locals for at least two (2) years: #276, #292, #791, #901, #348, #242, #440, #1239, #238, #252, #335 and #614 and their defined dependents. To be considered, a student must be in good standing in the final year of high school or attending a trade program, college or university on a full time basis.
The exact nature and content of the scholarship program will be determined on an annual basis by the Board of Directors. Whereas these scholarships are for the Washington or Northern Idaho members of the Laborers' International Union or their dependents, announcements will be made in the District Council Web Site, as well as by all Laborers' Local Unions throughout Washington State. The announcements will explain the present annual program available and any specifics involved in applying.
There shall be no discrimination based on race, color, creed, national origin, age, or gender in the selection process or the administration of the scholarship program.
The following general scholarship criteria will be considered in making the selections:
Academic attainments (test scores, grade point average, class
Anticipated field of study
Extra curricular accomplishments
Other (as may seem applicable to the scholarship program in question)
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Washington & Northern Idaho District Council of Laborers'
805 - 164th Street S.E.
Mill Creek, Washington 98012
This page was last updated on November 12, 2002
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