New Scholarship Opportunites
Find the right resources to make your education more affordable and easier to attain your career goals.
The Tulsa Tech Accelerating Independence Scholarship is a ‘Gap’ scholarship that covers 100% of tuition and required fees for students with GED or high school graduates from any of the in-district, public, parochial, charter or home-schools through the age of 23. Please click here for the guidelines and application, or click here for a list of FAQ’s.
The Cherokee Nation Dislocated Worker Grant Program will pay up to $5,000 for tuition for students who qualify. The grant will help students who are in high demand occupations such as carpentry, health care, manufacturing, tourism, and truck driving. Please click here for more information.
Are you currently in or have been in foster care and need help paying for college or career school? If so, you might be interested to know that the John H. Chafee Foster Care Independence Program helps current and former foster care youth through the Educational and Training Vouchers (ETV) Program. Please click here for more information.
The Horatio Alger Association awards more than $12 million in scholarships each year, with this being the first year to make these scholarships available to students in career and technical programs. The goal of these scholarships is to assist students financially to help prepare them for employment. Scholarships up to $2,500 each will be awarded to qualified candidates. Please click here for more information.
Non-Traditional and Post-Secondary Student Scholarship. The Jaycee Foundation of oklahoma is honored to present scholarships to individuals continuing their education. Please click here for more information.
Students in manufacturing-related programs at Oklahoma technical schools or colleges are invited to apply for TAMA Scholarships. Scholarships are awarded each year up to $1,000.00. Applications must be submitted by March 24 for scholarships for the following Fall semester. We are currently accepting applications for 2017. Please click here for more information.