Applications for the 2015 FCA Student Achievement Awards Program are now being accepted.
The FCA Student Achievement Awards Program recognizes the academic excellence and achievements of our employees’ children around the world where FCA companies have a major presence. As part of this program, 217 award recipients in the NAFTA region have been recognized for their outstanding talent and passion over the past three years.
Children of FCA employees who earned a High School diploma, Associate’s degree or Bachelor's degree during calendar year 2015 are eligible and encouraged to apply. Individuals must submit an application and upload supporting documents at www.fiatchryslerawards.com. The deadline to submit completed applications is February 29, 2016.
All program applications will be thoroughly evaluated by internal and external judges. The external judges are comprised of academic professionals who will assess key criteria related to academic performance, extracurricular activities and a written essay.
The award recipients for the 2015 Awards Program will be recognized during the second quarter of 2016 and will receive a monetary award.
Details about the FCA Student Achievement Awards Program are located at www.fiatchryslerawards.com, on Dashboard Anywhere on the Development channel, and on the UAW-Chrysler.com website. Questions may be directed to your Human Resources representative
UAW Local 1435's very own COREY JONES Dept. 9880Hello Brothers and Sisters,
My work was recently selected for the 2016-2017 Artist at Work Exhibition. I am one of 55 employees from FCA US LLC facilities chosen for the exhibition. These works were carefully reviewed by judges from the professional art community as there are a total of 96 pieces of art for the new show.
The show will be on display for 18 to 24 months. The Artists at Work Opening reception will be Thursday, May 19, 2016 at the UAW-Chrysler National Training Center in Detroit. For further info you can contact Ron Russell of the NTC staff (313) 567-4934.
I am born and raised in Toledo,Ohio. A graduate of Jesup W. Scott High School. Received a Bachelors of Arts at Bowling Green State University, and is currently working on a Masters Degree that was started at The University of Michigan.
Prior employment included Teaching Geometry and Computer Applications at Detroit Public Schools.
I am a self taught painter who studied under Surrealist painter Yusuf Lateef (Toledo) and Realist painter Ahmad Jacobs (Toledo). It was during all night sessions with these two masters that my style developed into aspects of surrealism with interpolations of post modern impressionism.
As a current second shift employee at TMP, my nights are currently filled with late painting sessions that last until 4:30am nightly...
UAW Local 1435's very own
TED LIPPERT- TMS
At this time there is no information available on the "Childrens" TAP funds and the BOOK Vouchers. As soon as information becomes available it will posted.
If you are taking classes and completing your own voucher online please make sure you complete it correctly. Check online often on the status and don't wait till right before classes to see there is an issue. Vouchers will not be issued if you have not sent in the hard copy of your grades. Your TAP representative can assist you emailing the hard copy if you bring it in.
Please feel free to contact our TAP representative for any questions and concerns.
Marci Leahey - TAP Representative 419.661.3532
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