NIBA – The Belting Association honors the memory of past officers, directors, and committee members for their strong dedication to the NIBA organization, with twelve (12) $1,500 scholarships for employees and children of employees of NIBA member companies who make a difference in their communities, their churches, and their schools, through service.
- Applicant must be an employee, or the child of an employee, in an active NIBA company.
- Distributor/fabricators, conveyor belting manufacturers, and conveyor component manufacturer’s employees and their children are all eligible to apply.
- Applicant must be planning to attend and use the scholarship for a two-year or more, accredited college, university, or technical school.
- Applicant must be a high school senior (or have GED equivalent), or a college student.
- Applicant may not be the child of a current Officer or a Director of NIBA.
- 20% – Community/school service history
- 20% – Personal history of leadership in family/school/work
- 60% – Essay
- Community/school activity history
- Personal leadership history
- One page essay on one of these topics:
- Why community service is an integral part of my education?
- How will my education help me better serve my community/school?
- How community service has affected my life?
- Raven Corbett, Industrial Supply Solutions Incorporated
- Christoffer Crowley, Habasit America
- True DeMille, Lewis-Goetz
- Braydon DeVries, RAM Enterprise
- Adam Flieger, Habasit America
- Holly Hall, Rubber and Gasket Company of America
- Ashley Keith, Veyance
- Joesph L’Heureux, Goodall Rubber a Lewis Goetz Company
- Thomas Mayer, Thaman Rubber
- William Richards, Kaman Industrial Technologies
- Brandon Warling, Apache Inc.
- Kayla Watanabe, Lewis-Goetz