Spring 2022 MTC Scholarship
This scholarship application period is from February 7th – March 11th. The deadline to submit completed applications and all required components is 12:00pm noon on March 11, 2022.
The McFatter Foundation Scholarship Fund awards dollars (a minimum of $500) to current or graduating McFatter Technical College & Technical High School students (high school and adult students) continuing their education at an accredited post-secondary institution.
Students will only be able to receive scholarship dollars one time.
The criterion for selection is:
• Good moral character and community involvement
• Academic achievement in their technical program/ academic program
• Two letters of recommendations (from an instructor, counselor, family friend, or employer)
Scholarships will be granted for enrollment at an accredited college/university located within the United States and must be expended by 06/30/23. Funding will be paid directly to the receiving institution for undergraduate studies or professional education & training, not the student.
Each applicant will need to complete:
• Scholarship application page & applicant acknowledgement
• Send a copy of grades (from the unofficial transcript or Focus) to Jennifer Long [email protected]
• Two letters of recommendation from instructors, counselors, family friends, or employers. Please have them use this link: https://bit.ly/MTC_ScholarshipRecommendation2022
Completed applications will be accepted no later than 12:00 noon on March 11, 2022.
Award notification will be made after Spring Break.
If you have any questions please email Jennifer Long, the McFatter Foundation Scholarship Coordinator. mailto:[email protected]
GED® Out-of-School Youth Program / Get your GED® for free!
GED® Prep students ages 16-24 are eligible for free GED® tuition and testing through this out-of-school youth (OSY) grant. See flyer below and speak with your GED® instructor or Mrs. Franzie Williams (the GED® counselor) for how to participate in this program.
Community Service Block Grant
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Case Management Services
Education Assistance: Tuition, Books & Supplies
Attend Orientation on the first Friday of every month at 9:30AM at the Edgar P. Mills Multipurpose Center located at 900 NW 31st Avenue, Fort Lauderdale. Phone: 954-357-5025
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American Muscle Scholarship
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