The IAAP Education Foundation Scholarship program strengthens
the Illinois aggregates industry by promoting the education of worthy
seeking a career in the aggregates industry. Furthermore, this scholarship enhances the relationship
between the IAAP and institutions of higher learning that are educating and
training the next generation of aggregate industry professionals.
The IAAP Education Foundation will award up to four (4) $2,000 scholarships.
These scholarships are a
one-year grant. Students may re-apply in subsequent years.
The Scholarship Committee
reviews the applications and interviews
eligible applicants. The application deadline is
February 20, 2015.
Scholarships will be presented at a luncheon ceremony held during the April
21, 2015 Annual Convention of the Illinois Association of
STATEMENT OF REQUIREMENTS
Applicant must be a High School
graduate, or will graduate the year applying, and be pursuing
undergraduate work only, on a full-time basis, at an institution of
higher learning (hereafter referred to as College).
Applicant must be majoring, or
intends to major, in a curriculum which will be compatible with a career
in the aggregates industry such as (but not limited to) Civil
Engineering, Engineering Science, Environmental Engineering,
Environmental Science, Geology, Geological Engineering, Mineral Science
or Mining Engineering.
Applicant must have a grade point
average of at least a "B".
In order to be considered
for an IAAP Education Foundation Scholarship, you must submit the following
Official College transcript if you
are now in College.
If you have been in College for one
(1) year or less or are still in High School: Official High School
transcript including ACT or SAT scores.
chosen field will apply to work in the Illinois aggregates industry;
plan to attend college; and
why you chose
to apply for this scholarship.
completed applications to: IAAP Education Foundation, 1115 South Second
Street, Springfield, IL 62704. All
applications must be received on or before February 20, 2015.
Incomplete applications and applications submitted after the due date are
subject to rejection.