The Future Mechanic Grant

$1,000

December 01, 2020

Awards Available: 1

  • Scholarship Description
  • The Future Mechanic Grant is open to any prospective student in the United States who plans to enroll in a trade or vocational school, 2 or 4 year university, accredited community college, or other automotive higher education institution. The applicant must complete a short essay (500 words or less) detailing why they are pursuing an automotive degree and a phone number and email address for correspondence about the grant award selection process. The grant will be awarded to the applicant who best answers the application criteria, including the short essay. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • daniel.kolbo@tradeschoolgrants.com
  • 308-224-0422

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Theodore M  on 11/21/2019 12:31:46 PM

I am currently enrolled in a aircraft maintenance school, would I still be able to apply for this scholarship. I do realize that it does say automotive in the subtext, although the title does say future mechanics. Thank you for the help -Theo

Dillon L  on 11/11/2019 12:18:02 PM

Going to apply for this scholarship. I just got accepted to Suny Delhi's Automotive AAS Program for Fall of 2020. I can't wait.

Cameron A  on 10/1/2019 8:40:39 PM

I would love the opportunity for this scholarship, however I live in TN and plan to attend Tennessee college of Applied Technology. Thank you

Andres A  on 9/4/2019 11:54:43 AM

requirements what are they

Yohan Chu  on 8/9/2019 1:40:09 AM

What if I start to attend college (College of Southern Nevada) in 2020 January? does this money applies to textbooks? Right now, I (former student) can't even attend because they (college) can't figure out how to register me. I'm trying to get into automotive program and I've visited the director of Automotive Department and he (director) called the Admissions Office from his desk and still couldn't do it.

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