SCHOLARSHIPS 
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SCHOLARSHIPS 

Scholarship OpportunitiesLess

Scholarship Opportunities

Missouri and Kansas Laborers’ District Council ScholarshipLess

Missouri and Kansas Laborers’ District Council Scholarship

Pictured above - 2019 District Council Scholarship Winner 

Abby Cripps, daughter of Jim and Marilyn Cripps. She’s attending Shawnee

Community College with goals to pursue a career in social work and help in

the community.

Pictured above - 2019 District Council Scholarship Winner 

Abby Cripps, daughter of Jim and Marilyn Cripps. She’s attending Shawnee

Community College with goals to pursue a career in social work and help in

the community.

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LECET Tuition Reimbursement Less


LECET Tuition Reimbursement
 


Laborers-Employers Cooperation and
Education Trust is offering full tuition
reimbursement to qualifying laborers
wishing to proceed with their education  through St. Louis Community College.   



To qualify for tuition reimbursement,
you must fit the following criteria:  



  • A member of one of the following locals 42,110,660,662,840,955 or 1104 throughout education 

  • A current apprentice (and continued enrollment) or graduate of the
    Laborers’ Apprenticeship Program 
  • Be a second term apprentice or above (first term apprentices do not
    qualify) 


  • Provide a letter of recommendation from current employer 


  • Must keep local union dues up to date 

  • Sign a letter of intent with the Missouri LECET to follow through with
    entire degree program 


  • Cannot be receiving any other grant or scholarship funding 


  • Must be interviewed by an individual of the LECET staff 




To acquire an application or for more information, call 314-291-0373




This degree offers more flexibility than traditional campus-based AAS degree programs, the student earns college credit for his/her on-the-job training, sharpens skills through supervised practice, as well as develops additional skills for living and work. 




The program was designed to advance education and degree options. It is designed for the student already in the workforce, participating in the apprenticeship program, and making progress towards earning a journeyman’s license.

Laborers-Employers Cooperation and Education Trust is offering full tuition reimbursement to qualifying laborers wishing to proceed with their education  through St. Louis Community College.   


To qualify for tuition reimbursement, you must fit the following criteria:  


  • A member of one of the following locals 42,110,660,662,840,955 or 1104 throughout education 

  • A current apprentice (and continued enrollment) or graduate of the Laborers’ Apprenticeship Program 
  • Be a second term apprentice or above (first term apprentices do not qualify) 

  • Provide a letter of recommendation from current employer 

  • Must keep local union dues up to date 

  • Sign a letter of intent with the Missouri LECET to follow through with entire degree program 

  • Cannot be receiving any other grant or scholarship funding 

  • Must be interviewed by an individual of the LECET staff 


To acquire an application or for more information, call 314-291-0373


This degree offers more flexibility than traditional campus-based AAS degree programs, the student earns college credit for his/her on-the-job training, sharpens skills through supervised practice, as well as develops additional skills for living and work. 


The program was designed to advance education and degree options. It is designed for the student already in the workforce, participating in the apprenticeship program, and making progress towards earning a journeyman’s license.

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