There are many scholarships available to students to help make college more affordable, it just takes time and research. We hope this information will help you research WMCC/CCSNH scholarships and help you get started on how to research outside scholarships. The Financial Aid office also has a bulletin board where scholarship announcements will be posted..
WMCC & CCSNH Scholarship Opportunities
Here are some WMCC and CCSNH scholarship resources for you:
CCSNH scholarships – eligibility requirements and applications can be found at http://www.ccsnh.edu/cc-nh-foundation-scholarships
• Agnes M. Lindsay Trust Scholarship
• NASA Space Grant Scholarship
• American Automobile Association of NE Scholarship (AAA)
• Ronald F. Borelli Legacy Scholarship
• The Patricia Bottino Scholarship
• The Gilbert E. Dailey
• The BJ Eckardt Scholarship – Belmont NH Residents
This is a great site for many scholarship opportunities. Scholarships available for certificates and associate degree programs. The NH Charitable Foundation has a ‘single online application’ process. Students are matched automatically with all scholarship for which they qualify. Many awards are renewable each year.
You will also find a list of New Hampshire’s local and national scholarships on this website.
The Early Childhood Education Scholarship Program CCSNH partners with the NH Department of Health & Human Services to offer tuition assistance to child care providers who are entering or are currently in the field of Early Care and Education. Individuals who provide family child care, or work at least part time in a child care setting in New Hampshire, may be eligible to receive tuition assistance for Early Childhood Education courses offered through the CCSNH. Additional information may be accessed here.
Human Services/Community Social Services Scholarship. The NH Department of Health and Human Services, Bureau of Developmental Services through a cooperative agreement with the Community College System of NH, offers grants to students as tuition reimbursement towards a Community Social Services Certificate at any of the colleges/institute within the Community College System. The grants are available to any employee of one of twelve area agencies and their vendors. Applications are available at any of the community colleges, and the student must have the support of an area agency representative. Access Human Services/Community Social Services Scholarship Application in PDF form.
Outside Scholarship Resources
There are hundreds of thousands of scholarships out there; you just need to find some that are right for you. Start with one of these three reputable sites:
Be careful of scholarship scams. Organizations that "promise" or "guarantee" to find a student a certain amount of money, or require a fee, should be scrutinized carefully before using their services.
Do not forget to check with your high school’s guidance office, local clubs, organizations and the chamber of commerce. All of these may have scholarship information. Ask your employer as well for any tuition assistance they offer.
Remember this is only a glimpse into what scholarships are available. Good luck with your search!!
Additional Scholarship Resources
CCSNH Foundation Scholarships:
General Financial Aid & Scholarship Information
New Hampshire Charitable Foundation
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