The John W. Fisher Scholarship helps make higher education more accessible to eligible children of active, full-time Ball employees. The award of $3,000 a year is based on academic merit, community involvement and demonstrated leadership skills.
Submitting an application
If you are a child of an eligible Ball employee, you may use the online English application process to submit your application. To start the online application process, you must create an account. For non-English-speaking children of eligible Ball employees, you can download a translated version of the application below.Get Started (English Version) OR Download Arabic Download Chinese (Simplified) Download Czech Download Danish Download Finnish Download French (Canada) Download French Download German Download Hindi Download Italian Download Marathi Download Polish Download Portuguese Download Russian Download Serbian Download Spanish (Latin America) Download Spanish (Spain) Download Swedish Download Tamil Download Telugu Download Turkish
For English-speaking applicants outside of the United States and Canada, please use the downloadable international English application found here.
Who we are is in all we do
The importance of education has long been a core belief at Ball Corporation. Education is the foundation of training and development. We are pleased to open the application process for our 2018 scholarship program.
John W. Fisher
Ball’s scholarship program honors the late John W. Fisher, our former chairman, president and CEO, who was a strong advocate of higher education. Since establishing the program in 1982, we have awarded over 250 scholarships to outstanding students representing Ball’s businesses around the world.
Children of active regular, full-time employees in our worldwide businesses are eligible to apply. Scholarship recipients receive a $3,000 (equivalent amount in other currencies) annual award for a maximum of four years or until a baccalaureate degree is earned, whichever occurs first. The award can be used for tuition, books, housing, fees and other costs normally incurred at an accredited educational institution. The funds are deposited with the financial aid officer at the institution of study at the beginning of each school year.