Technical and vocational school scholarships

Introduction 


Technical and vocational school scholarships are financial awards specifically designed to support students pursuing education in trades and technical skills at vocational schools, technical schools, or community colleges. These scholarships help cover tuition, books, tools, and other educational expenses. Below are some notable scholarships along with details and related links:


1.Pureland Supply Vocational and Skilled Trade Scholarship

   Amount:

 $500

   Eligibility:

 Students accepted to an accredited trade school, vocational college, technical school, or community college for studying a trade, craft, or labor occupation.

   Details:

 Applicants must describe the importance of their chosen trade in today's world and their reasons for choosing this path.

   Deadline: 

May 1

   [More Information]

(https://www.unigo.com/scholarships/by-type/vocational-scholarships/pureland-supply-vocational-and-skilled-trade-scholarship/1007648)


2. Women in Skilled Trades Scholarship Program

   Amount:

 $9,000

   Eligibility:

 Female students at The Refrigeration School in Phoenix, AZ.

   Details:

 Aimed at encouraging women to enter skilled trades.

   Deadline:

 November 30

   [More Information]

(https://www.unigo.com/scholarships/by-type/vocational-scholarships/women-in-skilled-trades-scholarship/1007650)


3. Ben Bonner Memorial Scholarship

   Amount:

 $1,500 (two awards)

   Eligibility:

 High school seniors or trade students from low-income backgrounds.

   Details:

 Applicants need to write an essay about their passion for their chosen trade.

   Deadline:

 April 30

  [More Information]

(https://www.bold.org/scholarships/ben-bonner-memorial-scholarship/)


4. Jose Montanez Memorial Scholarship

   Amount:

 $1,000

   Eligibility:

 High school seniors coming from the foster care system.

   Details:

 Supports students pursuing a trade.

   Deadline: 

April 15

  [More Information]

(https://www.bold.org/scholarships/jose-montanez-memorial-scholarship/)


5. CBCF Reducing the Financial Barrier Scholarship

   Amount:

 $10,000

   Eligibility: 

African American or Black students with financial need.

   Details: 

For students enrolled full-time at accredited 2-year or 4-year colleges, universities, or vocational-technical schools.

   Deadline:

Varies

   [More Information]

(https://www.tun.com/blog/20-scholarships-for-vocational-students/)


6. SkillPointe Foundation $1,000 Scholarship

   Amount: 

$1,000 (16 awards)

  Eligibility:

 Students 16 years of age or older pursuing skills-based training in fields like construction, healthcare, energy, manufacturing, and transportation.

   Deadline:

 June 30

    [More Information]

(https://www.unigo.com/scholarships/by-type/vocational-scholarships/skillpointe-foundation-scholarship/1007651)


These scholarships provide valuable opportunities for students pursuing careers in technical and vocational fields. By applying for multiple scholarships, students can increase their chances of receiving financial aid to support their education. For more information and to find additional scholarships, you can visit platforms like

 [Bold.org]

(https://www.bold.org

[Unigo]

(https://www.unigo.com/scholarships/by-type/vocational-scholarships).

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