Tealinc accepting applications for 2020 industry scholarships

By |  January 28, 2020

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Tealinc is now accepting applications for its 2020 scholarship program. The program awards $1,000 scholarships to two qualified candidates.

The scholarship program is open to anyone who has interest in applying. Preference will be given to those working in an industry that raises, manufactures or produces goods, provides services or is involved in transporting them.

Tealinc will award one scholarship to a high school senior and another to an undergraduate college or trade school student.

The scholarships seek to support candidates in these industries:

• Aggregate, stone, sand and gravel production
• Farming and ranching
• Coal mining and transport
• Scrap steel recycling and steel production
• Fertilizer production
• Mining, including iron ore, potash ash and soda ash
• Rail, truck and barge transportation.
• Grain production
• Food manufacturing
• Lumber and building material production

Candidates must be enrolled in or in the process of enrolling in a two-year technical school, a two- or four-year college, or a trade school by April 1, 2020 in order to receive the scholarship. Candidates interested in applying for a scholarship should follow the guidelines on the Tealinc website.

Tealinc believes that a secondary education for youth and adults is fundamental to national economic health and supports that belief through its scholarship program. According to Tealinc, it supports post-secondary education by providing more than $35,000 in scholarships at the local and national level.

Based out of Forsyth, Montana, Tealinc specializes in buying and selling railcars to the shipper, railroad and investor community. Tealinc has offices in Montana, Colorado, Oregon, Illinois and Pennsylvania. Its solutions include buying surplus assets and upgrading, refurbishing and marketing them in market niches where there is a high demand.

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