The scholarships listed below are open to LSER Undergraduates. For a list of this semester’s currently available scholarships and a link to the application, please visit smlr.rutgers.edu/scholarships.
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*Limited funding available*
Labor Studies Alumni Scholarship
Awarded to students enrolled in the Labor Studies and Employment Relations program based on academic need and merit as determined by the program director.
Levine Trade Union Education Fund
Awarded to students involved with the trade union and who are enrolled within the School of Management and Labor Relations, Labor Studies and Employment Relations Department.
Martin Gerber Endowed Student Support Fund
The Martin Gerber Endowed Student Support Fund supports select students in the undergraduate program affiliated with the Labor Studies and Employment Relations (LSER) Department at the Rutgers' School of Management and Labor Relations (SMLR). The student award winners should exemplify that they are planning to participate in, are currently participating in or have already participated in a labor related or socially progressive internship or applied field experience, to be considered for this award. Award determinations will be made by evaluating internship or applied field experiences as well as students’ financial need status.
Pamela Sue Schmidt Student Award for Outstanding Service to the Community
Pamela Sue Schmidt was a bright and energetic undergraduate at the School of Management and Labor Relations (SMLR) whose life was tragically cut short on March 13, 2011 at the age of just 22. Pamela was set to graduate that May with a joint B.A. in Labor Studies and Employment Relations and Psychology. She was very excited to have been accepted into the School's top-ranked MHRM program. In her brief life, Pamela touched the lives of hundreds of people, always seeking ways to bring together family and friends and to assist others in need; she took particular joy in finding scholarships to help fellow students. SMLR proudly established the Pamela Sue Schmidt Student Award for Outstanding Service to the Community to recognize and remember Pamela's legacy.
This award is given annually to the SMLR undergraduate who has had the most positive impact on the community either within the School, across Rutgers, or outside the University, so that they may continue their studies at SMLR. Scholarships are open to full-time or part-time undergraduate students enrolled in SMLR.
School of Management and Labor Relations Alumni Association Scholarship & Fellowship
Created by various alumni of the Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations, students enrolled full-time in the undergraduate or Masters program from either the HR or LSER departments are eligible.
The School of Management and Labor Relations Annual Fund Scholarship
Eligible students must be working towards any of the degree granting programs at the Rutgers’ School of Management and Labor Relations.