2019 Scholarship Awardees

Scholarship selection takes place from March 1 though June 1 annually

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AWARDEES RISE IN A COMPETITIVE APPLICATION PROCESS

The Ford Family Foundation scholarship selection committees strive to select recipients whose past and potential are worthy of special support. We look for applicants with unique attributes and motivation who may have not had the encouragement, the opportunity or financial means to attend or to complete their higher education. Scholarship awardees demonstrate an understanding of the value of education, work, taking responsibility, giving back and helping others. 

Please Note: Updates to awardees for each program will be posted as they become available.


Ford Scholars Program Awardees 2019

Not yet awarded.

Each year, the Foundation selects up to 125 students from Oregon and 14 students from Siskiyou County, Calif. who demonstrate exceptional academic and personal potential during a rigorous selection process. 


Ford Opportunity Program Awardees 2019

Each year, the Foundation selects up to 50 students from Oregon and Siskiyou County, Calif. who demonstrate exceptional academic and personal potential during a rigorous selection process. Congratulations to the newest Ford Opportunity Scholars.

List of Awardees  Press Release


Ford ReStart Program Awardees 2019

Not yet awarded.

Each year, the Foundation selects up to 46 students from Oregon and Siskiyou County, Calif. who demonstrate exceptional academic and personal potential during a rigorous selection process.


Ford Sons & Daughters Program Awardees 2019

Congratulations to the scholarship awardees for the Ford Sons & Daughters Program for the 2019-2020 academic year. The Foundation has selected 40 students as new recipients. The scholarship can be awarded to up to 10% of all eligible dependents of Roseburg Forest Products employees, so the number varies each year. Click the links below to view the list of awardees and the press release.


Ford Family Scholarships are conditional upon confirmation of meeting all requirements. Should a recipient be unable to accept, an alternate may be awarded the scholarship.

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