Effective Organizations

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Overview

Effective Organizations was a component of the Ford Institute Leadership Program, which was active from 2003 to 2016. It offered 20 to 24 class hours designed to develop skills for the successful leadership and management of community organizations.

The core topics were: 

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Financial Aid Administrators

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Our online service, MyFordInfo, provides a means to view and submit packaging, disbursements, grades and review policies. The system is the link between the staff at the Foundation Scholarship Office and college financial aid offices.

A username and password are required to access online services. Contact the Foundation Scholarship Office if you need assistance.

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Scholarship Recipients and Alumni

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Our online service, MyFordInfo, enhances student and financial aid communication with The Ford Family Foundation Scholarship Office. All scholarship recipients need to become familiar with this site; it is a primary communication tool.

A username and password are required to access online services for Ford Family Scholarship recipients and alumni. Contact the Foundation Scholarship Office if you need assistance.

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Ford Sons and Daughters Program

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for the 2019-2020 academic year

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The Scholarship Program for Sons and Daughters of Employees of Roseburg Forest Products Co. was established in 1995 by Kenneth Ford (1908-1997) to encourage the sons and daughters of employees of Roseburg Forest Products Co. to attend college and to develop fully their potential. The number of recipients varies each year.  

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Ford ReStart Program

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OVERVIEW

The Ford ReStart Program is need-based and is for adults with considerable years of employment ahead. Each year, up to 46 Ford ReStart Scholars are selected.

Scholarship amount: Covers 90% of unmet college costs not covered by outside resources  

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Ford Opportunity Program

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OVERVIEW

Hallie E. Ford (1905-2007), a founder of The Ford Family Foundation, established the Ford Opportunity Program to assist single parents in obtaining a degree. She realized that students who are parents have many extra responsibilities. Each year, up to 50 students are selected.

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Scholarship Programs

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The Ford Family Foundation offers a suite of financial and program resources in Oregon, Siskiyou County, Calif., and, in some cases, other regions. Many recipients enthusiastically declare that the Scholarship Programs are about “so much more than the money.” Our selection committees strive to select recipients whose past and potential are worthy of special support. We work to develop a long-term relationship with such students – not simply to bestow a scholarship.

Four different programs

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Welcome

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The Ford Family Foundation is a private, non-profit foundation located in Roseburg, Oregon. Roseburg lies in southern Oregon where the North Umpqua and the South Umpqua rivers join — timber country. A Scholarship Office in Eugene, Oregon, supports Foundation scholarship recipients attending college or university. 

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