FADRA IS GIVING AWAY UP TO

$3000.00

 

Available to Employees and their Children

This is a great opportunity. The Florida Auto Dismantlers & Recyclers Association (FADRA) is awarding up to three $1,000 scholarships in 2018. FADRA wants to help you achieve your goals. DON’T LET THIS OPPORTUNITY PASS. It costs nothing to apply, and applying is simple. Visit click here for the application or call 407-614-8354.

You must apply before May 7, 2018!

Scholarship Guidelines

$1,000 COULD BE YOURS!

CALL 407-614-8354 FOR MORE INFORMATION

Don't think that it can’t be you or your children. Your employer’s membership in FADRA gives you and your children this amazing opportunity. Applying is simple and free. Recipients will join us to be acknowledged at the Annual Convention Banquet.


Printable version of Guidelines
Printable Scholarship Flyer

FADRA Scholarship Guidelines and Criteria

FADRA awards up to three $1,000 scholarships to employees, their children and/or grandchildren of non-owner FADRA Member employees and Associate Members attending various colleges or night school. Children/students who demonstrate potential and interest in pursuing an undergraduate degree are eligible to apply. Scholarships are awarded per calendar year.

Scholarship Program Guidelines

Eligibility Criteria

  • Candidates are required to have been approved for admission at a Qualified Community, State College or Night School.
  • The applicant must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.70/4.00.
  • An official copy of the candidate’s high school transcript, or prior year’s college transcript, must accompany the application.
  • •All Candidates must submit a one-page essay expressing their reasons for choosing a desired field, why they think they should receive the scholarship, and an overview of their future aspirations.
  • •Two recommendation letters are required: One from a FADRA Member, and One personal reference. Examples include: counselor, high school teacher who is familiar with the candidate, college professor or personal acquaintance.

Note: Selection emphasis will focus on coursework while in high school or college, course distribution, activities, the one page essay, and recommendation letters, rather than standardized test scores as a predictor for success.

Application Process

Candidates will be required to submit a complete application package, which includes a completed application form, transcript, essay, and two recommendation letters.

Mail:
FADRA Scholarship Selection Committee
P.O. Box 770070
Winter Garden, FL 34777

Email: kim@fadra.org

Scholarship Application PDF

 

Deadline Date – May 7, 2018

The deadline for receipt of all application materials must be received at the FADRA Offices by May 7, 2018.  Scholarship Winners will be notified in writing in June and will be announced at the FADRA Annual Convention.

The Scholarship Award, a check in the amount of $1,000, will be presented to the Scholarship Recipient upon written certification of his/her enrollment for the fall term of the year the scholarship was granted. If the scholarship winner does not provide verification of his or her enrollment, or does not enter a community or state college in the fall, the scholarship monies will be forfeited.

Note: Previous Scholarship Winners are eligible to receive additional funding from FADRA. However, applicants must re-apply each year for Scholarship consideration.

FADRA would like to thank our Members and Corporate Partners for their generous contributions that make funding these scholarships possible!


 

Past FADRA Scholarship Winners

2017

Brittany Carillo, GO Auto Recycling, Florida State College

Harlee Cavnar, Car-Part.com, University of Central Florida

Austin Tillis, LKQ-Crystal River, Valdosta State University


2016

Franklin H. Peterson Academies of Technology

Daytona State College


2015

Stephen Falls, Ole South Auto Salvage

Kenneth Britt, Brandon Auto Salvage

Kylor Stumbo, Recyclers’ Cross Dock

Brandon Hicks, Withlacoochee Technical School


2014

Taylor Porter, Trademark Metals, University of Florida

Marina Matthews, Trademark Metals, University of Kansas

Shannon Shewbrooks, Trademark Metals, University of Central Florida


2013

Jose Alarcon, Budget Auto Parts, Webber International University

Stephen Falls, Ole South Auto Salvage, Florida State University

Clifford James,

Taylor Porter, Trademark Metals, University of Florida

Berlin Waters, Pasco Auto Salvage, St. Leo University


2012

Jose Alarcon, Budget Auto Parts, Webber International University

Taylor Ann Allman, John’s Auto Parts, Stetson University

Nicholas Hudson, Pasco Auto Salvage, University of Central Florida

Allison Rae Porter, Trademark Metals, Warner University

Chelsie Silavent, LKQ Self Service Daytona, Stetson University


2011

Nicole Baird, Total Resource Auctions, Flagler College

Kimberly Anne Bessent, Rusty Acres Automotive, Florida State College

Karen Bessent Sheffield, Rusty Acres Automotive, Mitchell Comm. College (NC)

Janel Canty, Brandon Auto Salvage, USF

Allison Rae Porter, Trademark Metals, Warner University


2010

Janel Canty, Brandon Auto Salvage, Hillsborough Comm. College

Nicholas Dunn, Trademark Metals, Hillsborough Comm. College

Allison Rae Porter, Trademark Metals, Warner University

Charles Riley, Insurance Auto Auctions, Pensacola Jr. College

Charles Wincek, Ocala Recycling, University of Oregon


2009

Ian Scott Merrifield, Cocoa Auto Salvage

Melissa Sue Wincek, Ocala Recycling

Vincent Ray Oliver, Insurance Auto Auctions

Stefan Daniel Rivas, Trademark Metals

Colin Andrew Lytton, Trademark Metals


2008

Colin Andrew Lytton, TradeMark Metals Recycling

Claire Celeste McGeachy, Rigsby’s Auto Salvage

Vincent Ray Oliver, Insurance Auto Auctions

Chase Chaffee Rivas, TradeMark Metals Recycling

Jessica Marie Smith, Budget Auto Parts-Auburndale


2007

Claire Celeste McGeachy, Rigsby’s Auto Salvage