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New Beginnings Scholarship

$5,000

February 28, 2021

Awards Available: 6

  • Scholarship Description
  • There’s a shortage of skilled trade and technical workers in Michigan and we want to help support the resurgence and growth of these career paths. If you’re interested in pursuing a career in a trade by attending a technical education program or obtaining a degree in a technical field, we want to help you reach your goals. Apply for one of six scholarships worth up to $5,000 each. Funds can be used for tuition costs, tools for your trade, professional fees or dues. Must attend a career technical education program, trade school, or be enrolled and majoring in a technical field at a Michigan college or university in the next 12 months, and be a Michigan resident and eligible for a Lake Trust membership. In addition, you'll need to do a 600-word essay talking about your future career plans in a technical field, and have a reference letter by a non-family member. Winner will be announced in April. Lake Trust Credit Union employees or board members and their immediate relatives are not eligible. For more information, or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider’s website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 4605 South Old US Highway 23
  • Brighton, MI 48114
  • kmaier@laketrust.org
  • 810-534-9209

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