Download the print application for the 2018 WCCFT Scholarship at the link below. You can also apply online!
Applications for the 2018 WCCFT Richard Rosell and Rafael Rodriguez Scholarship are due
Friday March 30, 2018
For questions about the WCCFT Scholarship please contact:
Joanna Peters (914-606-6234) Library G41
Yvonne Rode (914-606-6961) Library 206
For other scholarship information contact the
The Westchester Community College Federation of Teachers is delighted to announce four $1,500 scholarships for three continuing students and one graduating student.
This guide will help those who are interested in applying for the
2018 Richard Rosell and Rafael Rodriguez Memorial Scholarships
To apply for (and receive!) this scholarship you will need:
The Value of Unions in the Workplace
The Union's Role in Current Social Justice Issues
Please include personal experience, as well as case studies, statistics, and history as examples.
Use the tabs above for help with researching these topics and tips how to properly document your essay in MLA format.
TWO WAYS TO APPLY: PRINT OR ONLINE
The total package, including the three (3) items listed above is due by
March 30, 2018
Submit paper applications to
Joanna Peters (Library G41) or Yvonne Rode (Library L206)
apply online at Student Services/ Scholarships
choose: Richard Rosell Memorial Scholarships
*If you are applying ONLY for this scholarship you may put all zeros (0) for the financial questions, and write “WCCFT Scholarship” in the additional financial information box.
*For online submissions, Faculty will receive an email link to log in and add their recommendation to your application form. Be sure to notify them of your need for a recommendation before adding their email addresses as references.
Congratulations to our 2017 WCCFT Scholarship Winners:
Our continuing student winners are:
Juliana Macias – Timothy Kohany
Our graduating student winners are:
Nattonia Miller – Hannah Culliton
Scholarships are available to:
Continuing Students (3)
Graduating Students (1)
GPA of 2.5 or higher
With at least 12 credits