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Exclusive Scholarships for Footwear Families!

Monday, February 1, 2016

Each year we provide hundreds of scholarships to families working in the footwear industry. Applications are being accepted until April 1st for scholarships in the following areas: Higher Education (2 or 4 year degree) Footwear Education (for students studying design) NST Scholarship (exclusively for NST members) NSRA Scholarship (exclusively for NSRA members) Footwear Warriors Scholarship … Read More

Scholarship Applications Now Open!

Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Since 1969, Two Ten Footwear Foundation has awarded nearly $20 million to 6,353 students. In 2015, Two Ten helped 310 students nationwide meet the rising cost of a college education by awarding $870,000 in scholarships. Applications are now being accepted for scholarships in the following areas: Higher Education (2 or 4 year degree) Footwear Design (for students … Read More

Graduating debt free!

Monday, November 23, 2015

This September Eric started his junior year at SUNY Polytechnic Institute in Utica, NY. Like many students, he is paying for college all on his own, and hates the idea of having to pay back college loans after school. But thanks to a good job in footwear and a Two Ten scholarship, Eric can focus … Read More

Footwear Warriors

Friday, November 20, 2015

Each year, Veterans Day gives us the opportunity to pause and give thanks to the men and women who have served in the armed forces for the sacrifices they have made to preserve the freedoms we take advantage of every day . In honor of their dedication to our country, a committed group of donors … Read More

Learn about the 2015 Two Ten WIFI Scholars

Friday, November 20, 2015

The Two Ten WIFI Scholarship, made possible by Foot Petals, has opened its application to alumni and current participants in the WIFI Mentoring Program. This scholarship offers assistance with professional development to one or more WIFI mentees in pursuit of their professional goals. While we wait for this year’s applications to begin rolling in, we did a … Read More