Bonnie Ladin Scholarship

Bonnie Ladin Scholarship at the National Labor College
(To apply, go to http://www.nlc.edu/scholarships.html)

The Bonnie Ladin scholarship is available for SEIU members, their children and local staff who are attending the National Labor College. Bonnie Ladin was an organizer at SEIU for 20 years and played an integral role in building SEIU to make it the union it has become. She held several key leadership roles at SEIU and joined the faculty of the National Labor College in 2001 where her courses on organizing tactics and leadership skills helped prepare the next generation of organizers.

In 2010, after a long battle with cancer, Bonnie passed away at the age of 59. In honor of her tremendous contributions to the labor movement, SEIU has created a scholarship in her name. 

Eligibility Criteria: Members, their children and local staff who have been accepted into the NLC's Bachelor of Arts program and are fully matriculated (which means they have earned or transferred 56 credits) are eligible to apply. 

Please go to http://www.nlc.edu/scholarships.html for more information and to apply.

The National Labor College
The National Labor College (NLC) is the only college in the United States with an exclusive mission to serve the educational needs of the labor movement. It is a fully accredited, upperdegree completion program whose student body is made up of experienced, highly skilled working adults who have multiple commitments to family, job, union and community.

The NLC's Bachelor of Arts program is an online program with minimal residency requirements, offers credit for prior training and experience, is 100 percent labor focused and is affordable. The college accepts up to 90 transfer credits toward a Bachelor of Arts degree. Transfer credits can come from a number of sources. For more information about the college, go to its website at www.nlc.edu.
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