BOMA-BOLR SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
With the rising costs of higher education, one of the most altruistic aspects of BOMA/Philadelphia and BOLR is its Scholarship Fund, which awards scholarships to the children of employees of member buildings.

The BOMA/Philadelphia-BOLR Scholarship Fund was designed to provide financial aid for scholarships to the children of members of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) 32 BJ, Local 36, who are employed in a BOLR member building and the children of individuals involved full time in the management and/or maintenance of a BOMA member building. BOMA Associate Member – the scholarship is available only to the children of the individual that is currently on file as the representative for the associate member company.

Eligibility: 
Scholarships will be awarded to high school seniors pursuing further education and students currently enrolled in college or vo-tech school. This education can be at any non-profit two-year college (community college), four-year college or university, or accredited vocational- technical school (scholarship funds are for tuition, books and fees).

2017 BOMA-BOLR Scholarship Applications are now being accepted! THE APPLICATION, ALONG WITH ALL REQUIRED DOCUMENTS, ARE DUE TO THE BOMA OFFICE NO LATER THAN MARCH 31, 2017.  Click Here to Download Application.

Please be sure to submit all required documents:

  • Completed application
  • Statement on an attached sheet describing your personal aspirations and educational and career goals
  • File a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Include a copy of the Student Aid Report (SAR) that is received as the result of filing (FAFSA). Please include all pages of this report which will include your estimated Expected Family Contribution (EFC).
  • Copy of official high school and/or college transcript
  • Letter of recommendation from high school and/or college professor/teacher


    Scholarship applications will not be considered without all of the above documents. The scholarship award is based on these documents along with academic performance, community service, school activities, and employment history, and financial means identified in the FAFSA report.

Mail or drop off applications to: BOMA/Philadelphia, 1515 Market Street, Suite 1305, Philadelphia, PA  19102. For further assistance please contact Kristine Kiphorn in the BOMA office at 215-567-1775 or kkiphorn@bomaphila.com.