Jerrold E. Potts Scholarship

Jerry was a caring, compassionate person who supported many causes, often anonymously. When establishing the Jerrold E. Potts Scholarship, Jerry indicated that the primary scholarship beneficiaries should be the children and grandchildren of IBEW 557 members because "I started there." He also wanted the scholarship to "make the difference between going to school and not going to school." Eligibility:- Minimum 2.5 GPA- Parent, grandparent, or legal guardian must be a current or retired member of IBEW 557- Attend a Michigan college or university, unless an out-of-state school is necessary for a specialized field of study- Pursuing a bachelor's or graduate degree- Must be a traditional student- Full-time enrollmentFor more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

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