Niche College Scholarship

WTS Indianapolis Community College/ Technical/ Trade School Scholarship

December 8, 2024
Awards Available: 1

Scholarship Description

The Women's Transportation Seminar (WTS) Indianapolis Chapter is dedicated to advancing women in the transportation industry and supporting the next generation of women in transportation. As part of this commitment, they offer the WTS Community, Technical, or Trade College Scholarship to encourage women pursuing transportation-related studies at community and trade colleges.

Scholarship Details:

• Scholarship Amount: $2,500 • Open to women • Minimum GPA Requirement: 3.0 or higher • Currently enrolled in an Associates or technical degree program in a transportation-related field (e.g., transportation engineering, planning, finance, or logistics) at specific community colleges, trade, or technical schools in Indiana. • Plans to pursue a career in a transportation-related field. • Previous winners of the WTS Community College/Technical/Trade School Scholarship from 2019 to 2022 are not eligible.

Application Deadline:

December 8

Application Process:

• Ensure you meet the minimum criteria for selection. • Complete the application, including documentation of your transportation-related goals, academic record, and transportation-related activities or job skills. • Submit your application by the specified deadline.

Additional Information:

• Minority candidates are encouraged to apply. • Scholarship recipients from the Indianapolis Chapter may be considered for WTS Foundation level scholarships.

Contact Information: For further details and to submit your application, visit the official WTS Indianapolis Chapter website or contact them directly for any inquiries.

WTS Indianapolis Chapter Website: WTS Community College/Technical/Trade School Scholarship

Don't miss this opportunity to advance your career in the transportation field and contribute to the ongoing mission of supporting women in transportation. Apply now and make a positive impact on your future in the transportation industry. Scholarship Search