Annual Scholarships

Students who have completed the General Scholarship Application (and required essay) are automatically considered for the following scholarships. 

Award amounts and qualifications may vary by scholarship, but the determination of the award is generally based on financial need.

Click the scholarship name for additional details and criteria for each award.

This memorial scholarship is awarded to Vermont students with financial need.
Awarded to Vermont residents seeking education/training in the field of construction.
The Bob Williams Memorial Scholarship is given to a Vermont or New Hampshire resident who will study in the Diesel Power Technology Program.  Robert S. (Bob) Williams, II spent close to 50 years in the construction equipment industry.  He was President and Owner of New England Equipment Company (the John Deere Industrial Dealer for Vermont and New Hampshire) for 15 years.  Bob also worked for several Caterpillar dealerships and co-founded International Construction Equipment.  In addition, he...
To aid students who are graduates of specific high schools (see criteria).
Scholarships are awarded by faculty to students in the Diesel Power Technology program.
Awarded to Vermont residents in the Dairy Farm Management, Agribusiness, Diversified Ag, Equine Studies, or Veterinary Technology programs. Members or relatives of members of Central VT Tractor Club are encouraged to apply.
Awarded to Vermont residents enrolled in the Agribusiness Management, Dairy Farm Management, Diversified Agriculture, or Veterinary Technology program at Vermont Tech.
SkillsUSA is a national membership association serving high school, college and middle school students who are preparing for careers in trade, technical and skilled service occupations, including health occupations, and for further education. SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. SkillsUSA helps each student excel. Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) is a nonprofit 501 (c)(3) education association of...
DEW Construction Corp. was founded in 1997 by President Don Wells on the principles of strong leadership and providing the best in customer focused services in the market. Headquartered in Williston, VT, DEW has grown from a small local company to one of the region’s largest construction companies.
In support of the FIRST mission, Vermont Technical College is offering a merit-based scholarship in the amount of $5,000, to a high school senior or an incoming transfer student who has participated on a FIRST team during their junior or senior year of high school. This scholarship may be utilized for any undergraduate course of study at Vermont Tech. The scholarship is renewable up to a total of $20,000 for four years, contingent upon maintaining a 3.00 GPA. Each recipient must meet the...
Awarded to Vermont residents enrolled full-time in the Automotive Technology program.
Awarded to a Vermont resident who is enrolled in the Architectural or Construction programs.
This scholarship was established by the Green Mountain Humane Society to honor John D. Bryant, founder and president of the Green Mountain Humane Society.  John established the Green Mountain Humane Society in 1989.  The mission of GMHS has been to address the cause of problems that create the need for shelters and to remind those around us that humane treatment, care, concern, and respect for all living creatures is a responsibility we all must share.   John “strongly believed that...
Since 1966, Maine Drilling & Blasting standards have been steeped in the tradition of being family-owned and operated.  We're a close and cohesive group - and we're also Company owners. Maine Drilling & Blasting began the transition to employee ownership in 2004, resulting in progressively greater individual responsibility in the work being produced. We work with the unity of a family and the determination of business owners.  In 2015, we're celebrating our 11th year of employee...
Awarded to Vermont residents enrolled full-time in the Landscape Design and Horticulture program.
The GW Plastics Scholarship Program offers an annual $8,800 scholarship and a paid summer internship to selected candidates from the Mechanical Engineering Technology and Electrical/Electromechanical Engineering Degree Programs.
Awarded to Vermont residents enrolled in the Civil Engineering Technology Program.
Awarded to an applicant enrolled in an Engineering Curriculum who has graduated from a Vermont high school.
Awarded to a New England student enrolled in the Veterinary Technology program.