WATC Scholarships (2014-2015)
WATC Foundation Scholarships (2014-2015)
- Soroptimist Scholarship (Application deadline: December 10, 2014)
Recipient of $1000 scholarship must be enrolled as a full-time WATC student and be a single mother in need. Student must be seeking an associate of applied science degree, technical certificate, or certificate of completion – all classes covered by scholarship must count toward the degree, technical certificate, or certificate of completion. This scholarship is open to all programs of interest.
- Jet AirWerks / Jer AirParts Aviation Scholarship
The scholarship will award $1,000 per semester to a student in one of WATC’s aviation programs. Students eligible for this scholarship opportunity must demonstrate financial need, have overcome personal odds, demonstrate a high likelihood for success and have a minimum 2.5 GPA.Jet AirWerks, LLC began operations as a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Part 145 authorized repair station in 2008 in Arkansas City, Kansas. In 2011, Jet AirParts, LLC began operations in the same Arkansas City facility, marketing aftermarket turbine jet engine hardware from the CFM56, CF6 and CF34 engine product lines.
- KS Career Technical Workforce Grant (Application Priority Deadline is May 1, 2014)
The Kansas Board of Regents is offering the KS Career Technical Workforce Grant for the 2014-2015 school year. In order to be considered for the scholarship you will need to be continuing the same program that you are enrolled in currently or be in a program that qualifies for this grant. You must also be in good academic standing with the school you will be attending. If you are interested in the scholarship, then complete the application online, you must also pay a $12 processing fee, complete your 2014-2015 FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid), and finally print a copy of the KS Career Technical Workforce Grant and have the Financial Aid office at your school complete it.
- Nontraditional Occupations Scholarship Application
Awarded through the Kansas Board of Regents to gender non-traditional students (e.g., men in nursing, women in welding, etc.). Four $1000 scholarships are available – 2 will be awarded to high school seniors entering post-secondary non-traditional programs in the fall and 2 will be awarded to post-secondary students who will enter or continue their enrollment in the fall semester.
- Wichita Aero Club Scholarship for Aviation Training (Application Deadline is March 15, 2015)
The Wichita Aero Club, in partnership with the Wichita Community Foundation, has launched a continuing scholarship opportunity for aviation studies. Click here and scroll to the bottom of the page to read about this unique scholarship, designed for the student determined to pursue a career in aviation. The award is $2,000, is renewable, and online applications are due March 15 annually.
- Wichita Manufacturer’s Association Scholarship Application
The Wichita Manufacturers Association (WMA) has established a scholarship program to support and advance the growth of manufacturing in Kansas. Under this program, qualified full and part-time students attending any university, community college or technical college in the state of Kansas are eligible for scholarship awards. Application information is available from the WMA online at www.wichitamanufacturers.org