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AGC Scholarship Program
The objective of the AGC Scholarship Program is to provide Alaskans, who intend to stay or return to Alaska, with monetary assistance to pursue a degree leading to a career in the construction industry. Scholarship applications must be submitted no later than 11:59pm March 31st, 2019.
Below you will find the link to the AGC of Alaska's 2019-2020 scholarship application. This scholarship is for anyone perusing an AA or BA in a construction related field. This is not limited to attendance at the University of Alaska, Students can attend college out of state, however they must have the intent to come back and work in Alaska. If you have further questions please feel free to contact Thea Scalise Assistant Executive Director907-561-5354 Thea@agcak.org
Grants & Scholarships at The Alaska Community Foundation
The Alaska Community Foundation awards scholarships made possible by passionate community members who are committed to helping Alaskans pursue their educational dreams.
The Alaska Community Foundation has over 30 scholarships available to students in Alaska pursuing higher education.
The UA President’s Teach for Alaska Scholarship will be awarded to an incoming undergraduate student majoring in education at any University of Alaska campus. The awardee will receive 1,500.00 each semester over 4 years of schooling, up to $12,000.00 in funding. The DEADLINE IS MAY 1st, click on the following link to learn more
APPLY by selecting the link below.
“Alaska needs teachers who want to make a difference in the lives of our state’s children and to improve the quality of life in our communities.
We need more teachers who know our state well: its history, geography, economy, cultural richness and diversity, languages, and beauty. Currently Alaska hires more new teachers from outside of the state than it does those who’ve been educated in Alaska. Teachers are in demand in many parts of our state, and especially in rural areas. Certain subdisciplines in the profession, such as Special Education and Math/Science--are in demand in communities large and small. There is great desire in the state to educate more teachers from minority backgrounds—particularly Alaska Native teachers—so that the makeup of teachers across the state mirrors the student population and demographics of our communities.”
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AGC of Alaska's 2018-2019 scholarship application is available. This scholarship is for anyone pursuing post- secondary education in a construction related field. This is not limited to attendance at the University of Alaska, Students can attend college out of state, however they must have the intent to come back and work in Alaska.
from Denali Federal Credit Union
Due April 2, 2018
Free Tuition for Alaska Native Students at Alaska College
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — The only federally recognized tribal college in Alaska announced tuition will be waived for all Alaska Native students starting next semester.
Pearl Brower, president of Ilisagvik College in Utqiagvik, said she hopes waiving tuition will boost the college’s native student enrollment, Alaska’s Energy Desk reported Thursday.
The college has one of the highest non-native enrollments among the nation’s tribal colleges and universities. It has about 700 total enrolled students each semester, just more than half of which are usually natives, Brower said.
Alaska Carpenters Training Trust
The Alaska Carpenters Training Trust is recruiting for qualified apprentices to join their union as carpenters, millwrights, scaffold erectors, and pile drivers. Please see the attached flyer for more information. If you have questions, please contact Frank Mucci, Director of Training at firstname.lastname@example.org (907) 344-1541.
Bjørn Wolter, Ph.D
Career & Technical Education
Alaska Department of Education & Early Development
Scholarship Announcement from The Alaska Community Foundation: Red Boucher Scholarship
The Red Boucher Scholarship is now open! Do you have any seniors who are passionate about technology and planning on entering a technology-related field next fall? Have them apply for the Red Boucher Scholarship at The Alaska Community Foundation! More eligibility information available here:
Most of our scholarships start running February 1 and March 1 of each year. Check back to our main website and make sure you’re following ourFacebook for up-to-date information on scholarships offered.
Within the last year, The Alaska Community Foundation awarded scholarships to 57 students from across the state, with awards ranging from $500 to $37,500. See a list of awardees here:
Greatland Section of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE)
Scholarship application for Alaskan female high school seniors who are planning to pursue a degree in engineering.
Alaska Society of Professional Engineers (ASPE) Anchorage Chapter Scholarship
Through the Alaska Engineering Education Foundation (AEEF) and Anchorage Engineers Week we fund several scholarships. There are two AEEF scholarships awarded state-wide--one for $2000 through AEEF, awarded as $1000 over a two-year period and a second, from ASPE is $1500. There are also several awards offered at the local level through our annual Engineers Week celebration. The number and amounts of those scholarships vary depending on the amount of money raised during our fundraising efforts. Last year, there were over $30,000 dollars in scholarships were awarded and some single scholarships were over $4,000! This one application will place a student in consideration for MULTIPLE scholarships
To help encourage more participation from the rural school districts, we have created two pools for evaluation. Students in the Anchorage, Mat-Su, and Kenai Peninsula school districts will be evaluated separately from other students in southcentral Alaska. This means that small school students will be competing against other small school students. So please encourage your students to apply!
Applicants must use the 2018 application to qualify for an award. Please note that the deadline for submittal is January 19, 2018. Winners will be announced the week of February 18. Students must plan on attending an ABET accredited engineering program and the funds will be sent to the financial aid office of the college or university.
The application is also posted on our foundation webpage (http://alaskaeef.org/scholarships/). I appreciate your help in getting our application out to all seniors considering engineering who might benefit from additional funding assistance.
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