Optional benefits are available to members of Arkansas State Employees Association (ASEA). You can choose from property and casualty insurance products. You must be an ASEA member to take advantage of these products and services.
To enroll you will need to:
Join ASEA online or complete a membership payroll-deduction card (yellow card)
Complete the benefits application (dental, vision etc.)
Submit hard copy applications and deduction cards to: 1301 W. 7th Street, Little Rock, 72201
Supplemental Insurance Products
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Scholarships - John F. Motes
Scholarships are awarded in honor of the impact that John F. Motes had on the lives of others and for his dedication to the State of Arkansas. ASEA awards scholarships annually in the amount of $1,000 each.
The rules on this page supersede any on the scholarship form or the bylaws at the very bottom of this page as a link.
Applicant must be either:
The child, grandchild, great-grandchild, stepchild, or legally adopted child of an Active or Retiree ASEA member.
The individual seeking scholarship funds must fall within one of these limited groups. Members of ASEA who have an eligible individual who apply for the John F. Motes Scholarship must retain their membership at least one year following the application deadline.
Applicant must provide all information requested in the application. Incomplete applications will be disqualified.
3.25 or higher high school or college GPA.
Full-time state employees without applicable GPA or test results will be judged on work performance, quality of essay, references, and community service.
Quality of essay: (typed, answers all essay question(s), single-spaced, correct grammar, organization, etc.)
Applicant must enroll in a degree program at a higher education institution within the State of Arkansas. Institutions include two-year, four-year and vocational-technical colleges, and now even personal professional development classes count, all throughout the State of Arkansas.
With the completed application, the student must enclose the following items:
Two letters of recommendation.
An official high school and/or college transcript (your school should mail you this and it should be included in your packet to us).
In 250 words or less write a response to the following question: Why should you be chosen to receive a scholarship this year? *Essay must be typed*
How much money you plan on receiving from any sources (scholarships, grants, parents, etc.)
Scholarship Application Deadline - 2021
The application and requested material are to be returned to Arkansas State Employees Association with a postmarked date of no later than Feb. 28th, 2021. Only those application packets received with a postmarked date between Jan. 1st, 2021 and Feb. 28th, 2021 will be considered for review. A new application must be submitted each year.
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