How to Apply For NATSO Foundation Bill Moon Scholarship 2017 – www.natsofoundation.awardspring.com

How to Apply For NATSO Foundation Bill Moon Scholarship 2017 www.natsofoundation.awardspring.com

NATSO Foundation Bill Moon Scholarship 2017 Application – The NATSO Foundation is now accepting applications for the 2017 Bill Moon Scholarship. The deadline is May 15, 2017.

A travel plaza/truckstop industry employee or the legal dependent of an employee are eligible.

Five $5,000 scholarships will be awarded this year 2017.

Apply for the Bill Moon Scholarship here

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For additional information, contact Afua Smith at billmoonscholarship@natsofoundation.org.

2016 NATSO Foundation Bill Moon Scholarship Winners

The NATSO Foundation is pleased to announce that it has awarded $ 25,000 in scholarships to deserving students and the truckstop and travel plaza industry to higher education in 2016. Five students each were awarded $ 5,000 under Bill Moon education , which helps truckstop and travel plaza of work, workers and their families to strengthen education.

The winners of the 2016 NATSO Foundation Bill Moon Scholarship:

Kelly Bolton. Bolton is an employee Muralt Ambest Travel Plaza in Missoula, Montana. By studying the forest planning solution Kootenai College.

Carianne Jones. Jones is an employee at the TravelCenters of America # 241. Jones attended Purdue University, Northwest as a first-year graduate student and was followed by the Masters of Accountancy degree, as well as a graduate certificate in forensic accounting money and fraud investigation.

Daryll Marie Carlson. Carlson is a past recipient of the Bill Moon education was installed subsequent years studying marine biology at Stanford University in Stanford, California. Her father, Daryll Carlson, is the maintenance manager in Sacramento 49er Travel Plaza in Sacramento, California.

Leianna McIntire. McIntire is an employee at the TravelCenters of America # 022. She attended the University of Saint Joseph in West Hartford, Connecticut.

Rebecca Sistad is an employee at the Coffee Cup Travel Plaza, Zinnowitz. Sistad in the first year of the clinical psychology doctoral program at the University of South Dakota.

Bill Moon education NATSO Foundation’s longest running program. You can make a secure on-line donation today and Bill Moon education program.

About NATSO Foundation Bill Moon education in 2017

For almost 20 years, Bill Moon Scholarship Program is to change lives. The scholarship provides much needed and deserved industry to prepare students to post-secondary education and has donated over $ 250,000 in scholarships. In every year since 1993 The NATSO Foundation has awarded scholarships of $ 2,500 each to selected industrial workers and their children to help pay for college. In 2013, NATSO Foundation Board of Directors voted to raise the amount of the scholarship to $ 5,000. The origin of the Bill Moon Scholarship Program can be traced to 1989, when the Mason-Dixon Truck Stop working Association made a $ 5,000 contribution for use in establishing an industry scholarship program. In 1993, the northeastern Truckstop working Association made a $ 5,000 contribution and Carolyn Moon added an additional $ 10,000. The NATSO Foundation began awarding scholarships to the industrial workers and their families in 1993.

Bill Moon made substantial contributions NATSO, actively support and participate in the industry and related governance, serving as president of NATSO in 1989, and became the first president of The NATSO Foundation in 1990.

Education is always a Moon family priority. Bill and his wife, Carolyn, both graduated from Southwest Missouri State University, and all three of their children graduated from The University of Iowa.

Moon lost to cancer, in 1992, but he left a legacy that is carried on today by Carolyn Moon children. Fittingly, the scholarship program was named in memory.

Each spring and NATSO Foundation released the scholarship application and search are judged by an independent review and selection based on academic merit, financial need, industry-based, community activities and a short essay.

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