American Traffic Safety Services Foundation
Up to $5,000 annually, non-renewable. If a particular applicant demonstrates a strong commitment to volunteerism, he/she may be eligible to receive an additional $1,000 per award in honor of Chuck Bailey, an esteemed member of the roadway safety industry, who passed away in June 2002.
Two to five awards offered annually. Last year, three awards were given.
The American Traffic Safety Services Foundation Roadway Worker Memorial Scholarship Program provides financial assistance for post-high school education to the children of roadway workers killed or permanently disabled in work zones, including mobile operations and the installation of roadway safety features. Each application will be judged by the following criteria: the applicant's past academic performance record of high school grades (for an applicant already attending an institution of higher learning, his/her cumulative college grade point average and academic performance will be considered); the applicant's written statement that explains his/her reasons for wanting to continue his/her education; the applicant's demonstrated need for financial assistance for continuing education, based on a completed FAFSA; and the views expressed in letters of recommendation that are provided in support of the applicant's nomination.
Applications are available on the American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA) website. In addition to a completed application, the applicant must also submit an official school transcript, ... sign up for full scholarship deadline information.