This FBOS is for high school students in Southeastern Michigan who have demonstrated commitment to their own future by improving their grades and overall school performance during the past school year.
The Ford Driving Dreams Tour promotes on-time high school graduation and college enrollment.
For almost a decade, the Alliance for Women in Media Foundation has been telling the stories of inspiring women from American history. Two FBOS of $2,500 each are slated for awarding.
Undergraduate and graduate American Indian students attending tribal, non-tribal colleges and studying math, science, business, engineering, teacher training and/or environmental science are eligible for this Ford Motor Company Tribal Scholars Program.
For nearly 90 years, Ford Motor Company and the Disabled American Veterans worked together to help the nation's wounded military veterans. This FBOS scholarship puts volunteerism in the forefront, so something special grows in the community.
The HSF is the nation’s largest nonprofit organization supporting Hispanic higher education. These FBOS scholarships are open to graduating high school seniors, community college, undergraduate, graduate students.
Ford Motor Company Fund proudly supports the LULAC and this trio of FBOS scholarships.
In 2014, the National FFA Organization offered $2.1 million in scholarships and Ford Motor Company proudly supports the National FFA.
Ford Motor Company Fund proudly supports the Hispanic Foundation for the Arts as it awards Latino students seeking a graduate degree in theatrical fields, FBOS scholarships.
Underwritten by Ford Motor Company Fund, the Young Ambassadors Program fosters the next generation of Latino leaders in art, science and humanities via the Smithsonian Institution and its resources.
Spend a semester in Washington, D.C. The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars along with Ford Global Scholars will select 24 international and U.S. students each year.
Since its inception in 1987, Thurgood Marshall College Fund has provided scholarships to qualified students attending its member-schools.