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About NDTA
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The National Defense Transportation Association Foundation carries out the Association’s charter to support, conduct and assist programs of transportation education, scientific research and development. These activities are carried out in coordination with private, industrial, educational and government agencies. They are designed to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of our distribution industry and enable it to meet national security needs.

The Academic Scholarship Program offered by the Foundation provides opportunities for college and graduating high school students majoring in supply-chain, transportation, logistics, information technology and related fields to gain scholarship awards and recognition.

A Board of Trustees, serving without salary, promotes and fosters the objectives and supervises the activities of the Foundation.

The Foundation is funded from voluntary contributions and donations are tax deductible under
Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Funds held by the Foundation cannot be used to meet operating expenses of the Association unrelated to the activities of the Foundation.

For more information, contact Mark Victorson mark@ndtahq.com
 
 
 
NDTA ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS
 

NDTA offers two scholarship/tuition assistance programs that are available to NDTA members and their financial dependents.  Completed applications must be postmarked no later than April 16th and can be submitted to
Mark Victorson
mark@ndtahq.com at NDTA Headquarters. [Please note in message header, "NDTA Scholarship Application"].  Award(s) will be effective for the fall term or a semester of that year. 

ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM A: tuition assistance to college students enrolled in an undergraduate degree program in transportation, physical distribution, logistics, or a combination of the above.
Application Form Scholarship_A_Application.pdf

ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM B: tuition assistance to college freshmen and graduating high school students planning to attend college. Applicants must indicate that they plan to enroll in an undergraduate degree program (there are no limits placed on the areas of study but transportation, logistics, and related fields are encouraged). Application Form Scholarship_B_Application.pdf

ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM C: tuition assistance to distance learning students. Application Form Scholarship_C_Application.pdf

The NDTA Forum, Education and Professional Development Committee will determine what percentage of scholarship/tuition assistance funds available for a specific scholarship year will be allocated to the two merit scholarship programs.

NDTA scholarship/tuition assistance funds can only be disbursed to an academic institution on behalf of the successful applicant. If the institution is not known at the time an application is submitted, the successful applicant must submit documentation showing that he/she has in fact been accepted by an institution as a fulltime student, before disbursements can be made.