• Work Ethic Scholarship - Mike Rowe Works

    Posted by sm on 4/26/2021

    Learn more about the work ethic scholarship available through Mikeroweworks.org

     

    Here is some information taken from their website:

     

    To apply for a work ethic scholarship, there are some hoops to jump through. The short version is you’ll have to:

    • Enroll in an approved program.
    • Sign the S.W.E.A.T. Pledge.
    • Answer 4 questions about the S.W.E.A.T. Pledge.
    • Make a video.
    • Have 2 solid references from a teacher or boss.
    • Verify your school costs.
    • Provide your high school or college transcript.
    • Submit your most recent 1040 tax form.
    • Apply by Thursday, May 6, 2021 at 11:59 PM PT.

     

    For complete details visit:

     

    https://www.mikeroweworks.org/scholarship/

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  • Universal Technical Institute’s Exton, PA campus - Industry Demand Grant

    Posted by sm on 4/21/2021

    UTI-Exton has announced the offering of an Industry Demand Grant.  This grant was created due to the huge demand we continue to have for quality trained technicians in the local market. 

     

    • Students who qualify for this grant based on certain EFC (Estimated Family Contribution) after filling out a FAFSA would receive our 15 week Ford Fact Credential Training elective at no cost (approximately $9,100)

     

    • Students who qualify would also receive a 10% Industry Demand Grant off of total tuition cost as well.

     

    • Students would also be able to take advantage of State and Federal grant moneys they may qualify for as well. 

     

    • Students would need to be interviewed and tour their campus by May 15th in order to take advantage of this grant.

     

    • Students would need to apply and be accepted to UTI for the 6/28 start date and have a completed FAFSA on file.

     

     

    If you are interested in learning more about the grant reach out to the local Admissions Representative Gerard Arena.  garena@uti.edu - 484-269-7911

     

    Ford FACT Information:

    The Ford FACT program provides 15 weeks of authorized Ford Motor Company technician training that can help give students a great head start on a career. They will get the opportunity to earn up to 10 Ford instructor-led classroom credentials plus more than 80 required web-based credentials, resulting in the completion of 11 Ford specialty certification areas. And Ford FACT students achieve Quick Lane certification with Ford's Quick Service and Light Repair Technician training. Ford FACT can put graduates on the path toward Master Tech status, thanks to the comprehensive diagnostic, electrical and diesel training.

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  • Thomas W. O'Brien Memorial Scholarship

    Posted by sm on 2/9/2021

    The Thomas W. O’Brien Memorial Scholarship is an annual $1,500 scholarship available for a career and technical education student enrolled in a secondary CTE program in Pennsylvania and planning to attend a post-secondary institution majoring in a career and technical field.

    The application can be obtained by going to www.cte.iup.edu/scholarship.

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  • Driver's Education Program

    Posted by sm on 1/15/2018

    Hours: 30 hours / 6 hours

    Day(s): Monday - Friday

    Fee: see description

    Start Date: Call or stop by the Continuing Education Office for registration form/questions. (215-855-3931)

    Description: 30 hours of Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) approved classroom theory and 6 hours of behind-the-wheel instruction including the driver's licensing exam. Successful completion enables many students to qualify for insurance rate reductions. Classroom - $180.00; Behind-The-Wheel - $395.00; On-line Classroom - $99.00

    Requirements: All instructors are part time, Pennsylvania Certified, and driving is according to their schedule. NOTE: Please sign up early as there is usually a wait time for lessons. Graduating Seniors: You must complete all hours prior to graduation in order to receive the Drivers Licensing Exam at North Montco Technical Career Center. The licensing exam is only given to high school students who have completed the classroom and behind-the-wheel, and have not graduated from high school.

     

    Please note: Sign up shortly after you receive your permit as there is usually a wait or behind-the-wheel classes to begin. 

     

    Click here for the registration form or contact northmontco@nmtcc.org.

     

     

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