Are you an undergrad passionate about social justice? A graduate student writing a dissertation on a labor-related topic? A busy activist building a student group or union campaign? You are in luck! Each year, the Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies awards over $50,000 in scholarships and fellowships to students at the University of Washington. The awards are available to students at multiple stages of education and experience, from incoming freshman to senior graduate students.
Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies Scholarships
- Master, Bachelor
- 30 May 2022
Each scholarship has its own criteria. By submitting the on-line application, you will be considered for all Labor Studies awards you qualify for.
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Individual award amounts range from $1,000 to $10,000. Students at any of the three University of Washington campuses (Seattle, Bothell or Tacoma) are eligible to apply.
Prior to accessing the on-line application, a student should prepare the following materials: • Essay Responses. Please prepare written answers to the following questions. We recommend compiling answers into a separate document before entering them into the on-line application. This will ensure your responses are saved on multiple platforms, as answers entered in the on-line application are not saved until they are submitted. • A brief letter of support from a teacher or community member. • A highschool or college transcript (which ever is most recent). Unofficial transcripts are acceptable. • Up to date contact information, including e-mail, mailing addresses, and phone number. • Optional: Additional documents demonstrating your commitment to labor or Labor Studies, such as a resume or curriculum vitae, may also be submitted.