Automotive Hall of Fame Scholarships

Automotive Hall of Fame Scholarship Application Criteria:

- Have a sincere interest in an AUTOMOTIVE career
- Must already be accepted at an accredited college, university or trade school within the United States at the time of application (high school seniors must submit letter of acceptance)
- Must be AT LEAST a college freshman at a four-year institution or a high school senior for an 18-month or two-year program at the time of application
- Must be enrolled full-time winter and fall semesters (or equivalent) for the calendar year of the award
- Provide an official school transcript of all academic work
- Submit two letters of recommendation verifying interest in an automotive career
- Must maintain satisfactory academic progress
- Financial need is considered but not necessary

Recipients will be contacted by mid-September regarding the details of their scholarship. Scholarship checks are sent to the schools in mid-September and are to be used for tuition and lab fees for that calendar year. Entries must be postmarked between February 1st and June 30th.

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