Be sure to first read the submission instructions relating to the version of the General Application you are submitting (paper or online). Only one General Application is required per student. If completing the paper version, be sure to include the checklist indicating the scholarships for which you would like to be considered.
General Applications, paper or online, must be submitted by the March 1 deadline.
All scholarships require a General Application, unless otherwise noted in the scholarship description. For scholarships requiring a separate application, it will be listed below the description.
If you have any questions contact the Financial Aid Office at any time or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
TO BE ELIGIBLE, STUDENTS MUST MEET THE FOLLOWING BULLETED SCHOLARSHIP REQUIREMENTS.
This fund was established in memory of David Beuke, owner of Dave's Auto and Truck Center. He attended LCSC for two years while working at Chuck's Body Shop.
This scholarship was established by Hall-Copeland employees in honor and memory of Rob and Tony Copeland.
The Jimmy Guild Memorial Scholarship is sponsored each year by the United Steel Workers International Union, Local #712.
A separate application is required and must be submitted by May 16.
Click here for a printable application 2017-2018 Jimmy Guild Memorial Scholarship Application
This scholarship is awarded twice a year.
A separate application is required and must be submitted by March 1.
Click here for a printable application Fall 2017 Clifford and W.E. Johnson Annual Scholarship Application
This scholarship was established by the LCSC Welding Club with the purpose of offsetting the educationally related expenses of a Lewis-Clark State College Welding Technology student.
This scholarship was established in memory of Logan Lustig. Logan was born a true farmer and dedicated his life to it. He found that the Diesel Technology Program at LCSC benefited him greatly in his farming endeavors.
This scholarship was established by the family and friends of Bill Sawyer to honor his memory.
This scholarship was established in memory of Ethel Shinn by her family and friends.
This scholarship was established by the Idaho Professional-Technical Education Foundation in memory of Anne Veseth.
For more information, contact The Professional-Technical Education Foundation, P.O. Box 1602, Boise, ID 83701.
A separate application is required and must be submitted by May 1.
Click here for a printable application Anne Veseth Memorial Continuing Education Scholarship
This scholarship was established in honor of Angel B. Zepeda, a successful businessman who has worked in the food industry for over 30 years.
The following scholarships are external to LCSC. Information and applications can be found at the scholarship source websites provided. LCSC does not endorse any specific website and is not responsible for the content on these websites.
Note all scholarships are highly competitive and some may require early application dates. Review them well in advance to your desired receipt of scholarship funding.
Mamie Adams Memorial Award
A one-time scholarship of $1,000 for a high school senior planning to attend college in the fall or for undergraduate college students enrolled at a 2- or 4-year institution. Minimum 2.5 GPA required. Preference given to students who have demonstrated consistency and improvement in their scholastic records. Can apply between February 1 and April 30. Write or call for detailed eligibility requirements. Key qualification is to show improvement in academic standing. 4126 Pocahontas Dr, Baytown, TX 77521; Phone: (713) 421-2915; FAX: (713) 421-2915.
National FFA Foundation (College & Voc/Tech School Scholarship Program)
Various scholarships for members and former members of Future Farmers of America. Many are for agriculture, but several are in other fields or for any field of study. One scholarship program is for non-members whose family's primary income is farming. Awards vary. More than $1 million is available for students. See website for details of individual awards or contact Marti Lindell at below address for the Program Guide. NATIONAL FFA FOUNDATION (College & Voc/Tech School Scholarship Program) PO Box 68960, Indianapolis, IN 46268-0960; Phone: (317) 802-4321; E-mail: email@example.com; Internet: www.ffa.org
Cummins Power Scholarship
Cummins Northwest and Lewis-Clark State College are taking an active role in ensuring that future technicians are available. To qualify for the Cummins Power Scholarship, a student must be enrolled or plan to enroll in the Diesel Technology Program at LCSC. They must have at least a 2.5 GPA for the year prior to application and be a candidate for an A.A.S. degree, Advanced Technical Certificate or Technical Certificate in Diesel Technology. Covers the cost of student fees and textbooks (max $2,000/yr.). Cummins Northwest will also provide a position at a local branch as a technical trainee for up to 20 hours per week during school and 40 hours per week during summer. Once chosen, the scholarship will be in effect until graduation or termination of employment for cause. Cummins Northwest Scholarship Committee, c/o Human Resources, PO Box 2710, Portland, OR 97208.
Craftsman NHRA Scholarship Program (High School Seniors Only)
The purpose of the program is to recognize and reward high school seniors who have worked hard not only academically but in helping to improve their local communities and schools. This is a great opportunity for students who are planning to specialize in the automotive or marketing field and attend an accredited 2 or 4 year college, university, or trade/technical school. The scholarship is funded by Craftsman and administered by the National Hot Rod Association Youth and Education Program. $1,000 scholarships are awarded to three students at each of the 21 NHRA events. Plus a $25,000 scholarship will be awarded to one gifted high-school student at the Sears Craftsman Nationals event in Madison, Illinois. Contact the Craftsman NHRA Scholarship Program at: NHRA Youth and Education Services, Attention: Marc Franco, 2035 Financial Way, Glendora, CA 91741-4602, Phone: (626) 250-2296.
Specialty Equipment Market Association Memorial Scholarship Fund (must be interested in auto)
This scholarship was established in 1984 to provide financial assistance to worthy students pursuing careers in the automotive aftermarket or related automotive fields. This award, while based on merit, is a needs-based award. The SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund clearly states that students "must demonstrate financial aid equal to, or exceeding the amount of, the SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund". Contact the Specialty Equipment Market Association, 1575 Valley Vista Dr., Diamond Bar, CA 91765; Phone: (909) 396-0289; Fax: (909) 860-0184; http://www.sema.org/scholarships
American Welding Society District Scholarship (must be enrolled in welding, but would work great for a double major)
AWS offers scholarship funds that, once awarded, are payable directly to the school to which you have been accepted. It will cover the cost of tuition, books, supplies and related institutional costs. To participate in the District Scholarship Program, download and complete the online application, supply the requested documents and information, and mail them to the AWS Foundation, 550 NW Lejeune Road, Miami, FL 33126, Attention: Neida Herrera, Development Coordinator. Website is www.aws.org and the deadline for receiving applications at the Foundation office, however, is March 1. Scholarships are awarded usually from May to June, with the funds made available for the coming fall term.
The Fabricators & Manufacturers Association, International (FMA) Foundation Scholarship
Awards are made to high school seniors and to students already enrolled in trade schools or college programs in welding, manufacturing technology, engineering, and other metal working programs. Although diesel students are not eligible for this scholarship, double majors are i.e., Diesel/Welding. The scholarship is an exclusive benefit to members of FMA and its affiliate, The Tube & Pipe Association (TPA). A student is eligible if he or she is: Student member of FMA or TPA, Student whose parent or guardian is a Personal Member of FMA or TPA, Full time college student employed by a TPA or FMA Company Member, Student whose parent or guardian is employed by a TPA of FMA Company Member. A student membership costs $25. You must be an active member before the first of the year to be eligible for that year. April 30 is the deadline for application. The applicant must have a 3.0 or better GPA to be eligible. Go to www.fmametalfab.org for information and applications. FMA Foundation, 833 Featherstone Rd, Rockford, IL 61107; Phone: (815) 399-8775; FAX: (815) 282-7727; or E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org