Degree Completion Scholarship

This scholarship is designed for Vermonters who have a gap in attendance of at least two years, and those with at least 40 existing college credits. This scholarship is for up to 30 credits in the 2021-2022 academic year for all undergraduate degree and certificate programs. Students who wish to […]

This scholarship is designed for Vermonters who have a gap in attendance of at least two years, and those with at least 40 existing college credits. This scholarship is for up to 30 credits in the 2021-2022 academic year for all undergraduate degree and certificate programs. Students who wish to take less than 30 credits are also eligible.

This scholarship is part of the state-funded Critical Occupations Scholarships and covers last-dollar tuition, meaning any remaining tuition owed after institutional, state and federal gift aid is applied. Combined aid may not exceed the student’s total cost of tuition, fees, institutional room and board (or budgeted living allowance if living off campus), and an allowance for books.

Welcome Home / Transfer Scholarship

This scholarship is designed to support Vermonters transferring to Vermont Tech from an out-of-state institution, or those returning to Vermont Tech after exiting the college in 2020-2021. This program’s mission is to help students come “home” to Vermont or to complete their degree if they left college without finishing it […]

This scholarship is designed to support Vermonters transferring to Vermont Tech from an out-of-state institution, or those returning to Vermont Tech after exiting the college in 2020-2021. This program’s mission is to help students come “home” to Vermont or to complete their degree if they left college without finishing it in the last year. This scholarship is for the 2021-2022 academic year for all undergraduate degree and certificate programs.

This scholarship is part of the state-funded Critical Occupations Scholarships and is applied after institutional, state and federal gift aid is applied. Combined aid may not exceed the student’s total cost of tuition, fees, institutional room and board (or budgeted living allowance if living off campus), and an allowance for books.

Mike Rowe Works Foundation

The Work Ethic Scholarship Program is about recognizing the people who understand the importance of personal responsibility, delayed gratification, a positive attitude, and, of course, work ethic. These are the folks we consider rock stars, and we want to reward them.

The Work Ethic Scholarship Program is about recognizing the people who understand the importance of personal responsibility, delayed gratification, a positive attitude, and, of course, work ethic. These are the folks we consider rock stars, and we want to reward them.

Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA Scholarships)

Aviation scholarships can be of the utmost importance to a student, and here at the AOPA we strive to make finding them easy. This subject report will give an applicant the tools and information necessary to create a strong scholarship application, which may give the applicant an “edge” over others […]

Aviation scholarships can be of the utmost importance to a student, and here at the AOPA we strive to make finding them easy. This subject report will give an applicant the tools and information necessary to create a strong scholarship application, which may give the applicant an “edge” over others who are competing for the same scholarship. The application advice includes tips such as writing about a unique experience that will capture the reader’s attention, and having the application in  well before the deadline. The subject report also offers a concise list of aviation-related scholarships.

Aero Club of New England Scholarships

The Aero Club of New England, in an effort to assist and promote professional aviation careers, started its scholarship program in 1984 and has awarded scholarships to men and women since 1987, totaling more than $459,000.  These scholarships are awarded based upon the applicants merit, performance and demonstrated financial need.

The Aero Club of New England, in an effort to assist and promote professional aviation careers, started its scholarship program in 1984 and has awarded scholarships to men and women since 1987, totaling more than $459,000.  These scholarships are awarded based upon the applicants merit, performance and demonstrated financial need.

Craig A. Rogers Scholarship

This scholarship awarded to a student enrolled in an engineering curriculum who has completed a vocational-technical education program in Vermont.

This scholarship awarded to a student enrolled in an engineering curriculum who has completed a vocational-technical education program in Vermont.