The Jerry Shingleton ScholarshipÌýbenefits graduating seniors from aÌýhigh school in Hampshire or Hardy CountiesÌýwho are specifically interested in advanced training/education in the automotive field. The estimated scholarship amount is $500. This scholarship may be renewable.
The Bill and Stella Halterman Crane Vo-tech and Trades Scholarship benefits graduating seniors fromÌýMoorefield High SchoolÌýwho have demonstrated a passion for the trades and plan to pursue a career in one of the following areas:ÌýÌýautomotive mechanic/technician, medical technician, electrical/electronics technician, HVAC technician, robotics technician, masonry, welding, or woodworking. The estimated scholarship amount is $1,500. This scholarship may be renewable.
The East Hardy County Vo-Tech Training Scholarship benefits residents ofÌýEast Hardy CountyÌýwho completed a high school education through an East Hardy high school or General Education Development (GED) and will attend a vocational, technical or trade school on a full-time basis with the intent to graduate with a degree or certification.
Students may apply for these scholarships using . Applications must be submitted by February 25th.
The Tucker Community Foundation supports students in Eastern's service district residing in Tucker, Grant, and Mineral counties through a variety of scholarships. The scholarship cycle for the foundation begins early in each new year, with awards selected in the spring.
Learn more about the variety of available Tucker Community Foundation scholarships on the . Scroll down the page to see the list of endowed scholarships and the eligibility requirements for each. Follow the application deadline dates carefully.
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SWAGÊÓÆµprovides these website links as a convenience for students, and â€”Ìýwith the exception of the links listed directlyÌýunderÌýâ€”Ìýin doing soÌýdoes not suggest or imply any endorsement or recommendation regarding their services.ÌýMost of these services require you to fill out online forms with personal information â€” some more than others. (And when interacting on the Web,Ìýyou shouldÌý always be careful about what kinds of information you provide online, because online identity theft is a very real and dangerous occurrence.)
Also, unless youÌýcheck or uncheck the appropriate box before you submit an online form, they may send you their own newsletters and solicitations, and/or distribute your email address to their advertisers.
A good strategy is to open up a free email account with one of the large email services (,Ìý,Ìý, etc.) so you can dedicate an email address only to your scholarship searches. That way you will not clutter up your regular account with emails from advertisers.