Scholarship Fund

GLOLMCGreat Lakes OLMC/Lorain County Labor Agency Scholarship Fund

Scholarship Application

The Great Lakes Organized Labor Management Council (GLOLMC) and the Lorain County Labor Agency (LCLA) established a scholarship fund with the Lorain County Community College Foundation to assist eligible students in continuing their education.  A minimum of two $500 scholarships will be awarded for the 2006-2007 Academic Year.  The scholarship may be used for degree or certificate seeking students; students in need of upgrading skills in order to remain employable; or to take advantage of career advancement opportunities.

Scholarship Photo

Pictured left to right are Al Zgonc, Executive Director, Lorain County Labor Agency, Bob Verhoff,  Executive Director, Great Lakes Organized Labor Management Council, Ann Miller, LCCC Foundation and Tracy Green, LCCC Foundation.

Application criteria:

  • Applicant must be a high school graduate or equivalent;
  • Applicant must possess a minimum 2.0 grade point average during high school or college;
  • Applicant must be a union employee or manager from a unionized facility;
  • Applicant must be at least 25 years old;
  • Applicant must attend Lorain County Community College.

Selection of the GLOLMC & LCLA Scholarship will be made by the GLOLMC & LCLA Scholarship Selection Committee.  Preference will be given to applicants who have unusual circumstances as recorded on the scholarship application; seriousness of candidate to pursue a degree or certificate program as recorded on the scholarship application; and academic achievement.

Click here to download a scholarship application.  Applications are due each year by May 31, or visit the LCCC Financial Aid office. Return your completed Great Lakes Organized Labor Management Council & Lorain County Labor Agency Scholarship application to:

Lorain County Community College
Financial Services Center
1005 Abbe Road North
Elyria, OH 44035

 

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