The Gene Haas Foundation Machining Technology Scholarship helps ease the financial
burden of qualified students who are interested in machine operation and maintenance
Graduating high school seniors, GED recipients and displaced workers (anyone unemployed or looking to change their career) who want to pursue an associate degree or technology certificate in machining, are eligible for the one-year scholarship. Award amounts will range from $1,000 to $2,500 for each scholarship, depending on the cost of the applicants program. Currently the scholarship is available to United States residents only.
The online application for the Gene Haas Machining Technology Scholarship for the
2013-2014 academic year is currently available and will remain open until funds are exhausted.
Go to Gene Haas Machine Technology Scholarships for instructions and access to the application.
Other scholarships for graduating high school students can be found in this link: Available Scholarships for Graduating High School Seniors
Read carefully the eligibility section: Some programs will support only students from certain regions.
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