Texas Mutual Insurance Company Office of the President 2200 Aldrich Street Austin, TX 78273 800-859-5995, ext. 3907 www.texasmutual.com *** Texas Mutual Insurance Company is a workers' compensation insurance carrier. The scholarship program provides up to $6,600 per individual per semester for cost of attendance to (1) surviving unmarried spouses and unmarried children of an individual who died as a result of a compensable on-the-job injury while working for one of Texas Mutual Insurance Company's policyholders, (2) policyholder employees who qualify for lifetime income benefits pursuant to the Texas Workers' Compensation Act and (3) family members of injured employees who qualify for lifetime income benefits. All awards are completely discretionary, and several factors may be considered before offering a scholarship, including the applicant's economic need, standardized test scores, and high school or college academic performance. Additionally, the recipient must maintain at least a 2.50 grade point average for the duration of the scholarship period. If you are interested in more information about the scholarship pro- gram, please visit the Injured Worker section of our website (listed above) or contact Temetria McVea at (800)859-5995, ext. 3907. Scholarship Criteria - Applicants must be either (1) a surviving unmarried spouse or un- married child of an employee who died as a result of a compensable work-related accident or illness while working for a Texas Mutual policyholder; (2) a person whose injuries qualify them for lifetime income benefits under the Texas Workers' Compensation Act or their spouse or child. - Children must be younger than 25 years of age and entering or enrolled in an undergraduate program, technical or vocational school for the semester for which they are applying. - Surviving spouses still eligible for workers' compensation benefits are also eligible for scholarship consideration. - All applicants must meet academic standards set by the Scholarship Committee. Scholarship Distribution Scholarship awards will be paid directly to the college, university, technical or vocational school in the recipient's name. Scholarship awards may vary depending on the needs and educational expenses of the student. Scholarships are intended to cover cost of attendance for undergraduate, technical and vocational schools. *The scholarship program and all awards are totally discretionary and may be altered or discontinued at any time without notice.
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