LTNA awards scholarships to graduating high school seniors and college undergraduate students accepted to or currently enrolled at accredited institutions of higher learning in degree programs in the fields of transportation logistics, supply-chain management, traffic management, transportation safety and/or related transportation industry operations and services.
In addition to the acceptance, enrollment and field of study requirements described directly above, the basis for awarding LTNA scholarships includes a calculated review and assessment of each applicant's academic record, character, potential, and professional interest as revealed through the applicant's application and specified supporting documents.
How LTNA Scholarships are Funded
LTNA scholarships are funded through the generosity of individual contributors dedicated to the future of the transportation logistics industry and by the following scholarship benefactors:
A) Hooper Memorial Scholarship - Awarded in memory of the founder of the first Women's Transportation Club in the U.S. (Los Angeles, CA).
B) Charlotte Woods Memorial Scholarship - Awarded in memory of the former director responsible for the genisis of "National Transportation Week". Student must be a member or dependent of an LTNA member.
C) Texas Transportation Scholarship - Awarded in memory of Gene Landis of Houston, Texas, to a student who has been enrolled in a school in Texas during some phase of their education (elementary, secondary, or high school).
D) Denny Lydic Scholarship - Awarded in appreciation and recognition for his dedication to the field of transportation.
E) Alice Glaisyer Warfield Scholarship - Awarded in memory and appreciation for her dedication to LTNA. Ms. Glaisyer was a TCI past President and TCI Scholarship Trustee.
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