scholarship opportunities for teamsters sons and daughters
The International Brotherhood of Teamsters is proud to present the James R. Hoffa Memorial Scholarship Fund. This scholarship fund is set up with the sole purpose of providing scholarship opportunities to children and dependent parties of Teamsters members. It is a 501(c)(3) organization and awards more than $1,000,000 in scholarships annually. The scholarship opportunity is available for students entering college or vocational school after college. More information about scholarship eligibility, including scholarship applications can be found here.
congratulations to our Teamsters Local 507 scholarship winners!
CONGRATULATIONS to our 2019 Teamsters Local 507 Scholarship Winners:
Hannah Ford – Hannah is the daughter of Matt Ford, a 25-year member employed at Riser Foods/Giant Eagle. She is attending Notre Dame College and majoring in education with a minor in performing arts.
Andrew Sheldon – Drew (not pictured) is the son of Greg Sheldon of the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo. He is attending Wittenberg University.
Hannah Ford with her father and
Local 507 President Ray Brown
Michael Kuznik with is parents and President Ray Brown and Secretary-Treasurer Carl Pecoraro.
CONGRATULATIONS to our 2018 Teamsters Local 507 Scholarship Winner Michael Kuznick! Michael is the son of Riser Foods member, Craig Kuznik. Michael is attending The Ohio State University and has also won a scholarship from the James R. Hoffa Memorial Scholarship Fund!
CONGRATULATIONS to our 2017 Teamsters Local 507 Scholarship Winners:
Inna Nikolova – Inna is the daughter of Anton Nikolov of Millcraft Paper Company and Jivka Nikolova of the American Red Cross. She is attending Cleveland State University and majoring in international relations and political science with a minor in French.
Olivia Haas – Olivia (not pictured) is the daughter of Jason Haas of Cleveland Steel Tool Company. She is attending Bowling Green State University and intends to major in business administration with a minor in marketing.
Inna Nikolova with her parents and
Secretary-Treasurer Carl Pecoraro