The Minnesota State College Student Association (MSCSA) offers several different scholarships, each with different deadlines and eligibility criteria. Please visit the MSCSA Scholarship webpage for more detailed information.
Thanks to recent legislation and contributions from regional business and industry partners, Pine Technical & Community College is pleased to offer $3,500 scholarships to 14 area high schools. These scholarships are dedicated to students in high growth, high demand occupations in the areas of manufacturing, healthcare and information technology. The scholarships will be awarded to a high school graduate from each of the following school districts: Braham, Cambridge-Isanti, Chisago Lakes, East Central, Elk River, Hinckley-Finlayson, Milaca, Mora, North Branch, Ogilvie, Pine City, Princeton, Rush City and St. Francis.
Thanks to generous donations and extensive fundraising efforts, the Pine Technical and Community College Foundation will be offering scholarships to new and returning PTCC students for the 2017-2018 academic year. The Foundation has two different scholarship programs; Robert L. Musgrove Bridging the Dream Scholarship program and the Endowment Scholarship program. PTCC students can conveniently apply for all of the scholarships by completing one scholarship application. Currently taking applications through July 14, 2017.
Robert L. Musgrove Bridging the Dream is a scholarship program established and funded by Pine Technical and Community College Foundation through donations and annual fundraising efforts. Awarded to students enrolled in any program.
Allied Health & HagE Scholarship - Awarded to student enrolled in Health Sciences and Nursing Programs.
Manufacturing Alliance Scholarships - Awarded to students enrolled in an advanced manufacturing program.
Foundation General Scholarships - Awarded to students enrolled in ANY program.
Stearns Bank Scholarships - Awarded to students enrolled in a business-related program. Students eligible for these scholarships should qualify for a Pell grant.
PTCC, on behalf of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System, historically awards one student a Trustee Emeritus Robert Erickson Scholarship in the amount of $1,024 for an academic year. To be eligible, students must be a working adult, taking no more than 11 credits per semester. Information regarding applying for the next cycle will posted here soon - check back!
T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood® MINNESOTA is a scholarship program that helps early childhood and school-age care professionals increase their education, compensation and commitment to the field. For information on eligibility, applications, and other details visit Child Care Aware's T.E.A.C.H Early Childhood® scholarship page or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Historically, East Central Energy (ECE) awards two $1,000 scholarships to students planning to participate in approved post-secondary degree programs at PTCC. These scholarships are available as the result of Capital Credits, which have remained unclaimed after several attempts to locate past members of the cooperative. ECE is excited to use this money for something as valuable as education. To be eligible student must be an ECE member of son or daughter of an ECE member and be enrolled at Pine Technical & Community College for Fall 2016. Find the application here. Submit completed application to PTCC Student Affairs Office. Deadline April 28, 2017.
The Great Lakes National Scholarship Program awards scholarships in the amount of $2500 to students majoring in science, technology, engineering, or math (STEM) disciplines. Information regarding applying for the next cycle will posted here soon - check back!
HotelsCheap offers a general scholarship totaling $2000 each fall and spring term for a student enrolled in a two-year, four-year, or graduate program. For more information including directions regarding how to apply and deadlines, visit the HotelsCheap Scholarship Program site directly.
The Marcella Arnold Nursing Scholarship is designed to provide aid to nursing students in their final year of nursing school. Follow the previous link for the application and eligibility requirements.
The SFM Foundation is a non-profit organization created to administer a post-secondary education scholarship program to benefit children of workers disabled or fatally injured in work-related accidents. Qualifying students are eligible to receive up to $5000 per year. Find out more, including how to apply, by visiting the SFM Foundation directly.
Each year Nursing.org accepts applications for scholarships. For more details on the scholarships and how to apply visit their website, Nursing.org Scholarships.
This scholarship is open to all graduating high school students as well as currently enrolled college students enrolled in any major. Must respond to the essay question "How has owning a pet positively impacted your life?" Winners will be selected based on the quality of their essay. Three awards will be given per semester in the amounts of $1500, $1000, and $500. For more information visit the EntirelyPets website.
For more information on this scholarship visit the website at www.nfb.org/scholarships.
The SFM Foundation gives up to $5000 per year to a student whose parent or guardian has been injured or killed in the course of working for a Minnesota Employer. Deadline to apply is March 31. Scholarships are awarded annually each spring. Visit the SFM Foundation website for more information.
F.A. Davis is delighted to offer a $1,500 scholarship to an undergraduate nursing student in the U.S. or Canada. This scholarship reflects our continuing commitment to the education of nurses and their commitment to quality health care for all of us. It recognizes the challenging, yet rewarding path nursing students have embarked on and the very special nature of those who have chosen it. For the more information and the application, please visit the F.A. Davis Company website.
Goedeker's offers two scholarships: Goedeker's Book Scholarship and Goedeker's Public Service Scholarship. For more information regarding either of these scholarships, please visit Goedeker's Scholarship webpage.
Eligibility requirements: 1) High school students graduating this calendar year and have been accepted into a college, university, trade school or design school 2) Students currently enrolled in a college, university, trade school, or design school. For more information on this scholarship and how to apply, please visit the 1st Art Gallery Scholarship webpage.
The Horatio Alger Association offers $2,500 scholarships to students currently pursuing career or technical education at any of the nation’s not-for-profit community colleges or technical schools. These applications are open with a rolling deadline until all awards have been given out. Applications will be reviewed monthly. Apply HERE.
Opportunities for scholarships abound! You just have to search and apply. Try the following helpful sites, where oodles of scholarships are listed!