ECTC’s Metallica Scholars 2021-22 Scholarships Now Open
Published on Jul 28, 2021
Elizabethtown Community and Technical College (ECTC) announced today that the application for new scholarships funded by the Metallica Scholars Initiative is available at elizabethtown.kctcs.edu/metallica. New and current students should apply by Aug. 20.
ECTC will award $65,000 in scholarships for the 2021-22 academic year. Scholarships are expected to be awarded in the amount of $3,000 or $500 for Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) scholarships and $500 for advanced manufacturing scholarships in the following programs:
· Air Conditioning Technology – Industrial tracks
· Electrical Technology – Industrial tracks
· Engineering and Electronics Technology – Robotics and Automation, Instrumentation tracks
· Industrial Maintenance Technology
· Computerized Manufacturing and Machining
· Computer Aided Drafting and Design
· Welding Technology
Funded by Metallica’s All Within My Hands (AWMH) and led by the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC), the Metallica Scholars Initiative was designed to directly support students while also elevating the importance of career and technical education. This work is highlighted at a global level by leveraging the influence of Metallica who continue to speak out on the dignity of professional trades and community colleges that prepare students.
“It’s exciting to see Metallica — a band acclaimed around the globe — support career and technical education and amplify the value of skilled trades,” said ECTC Director of Workforce Solutions and Technical Programs Mike Hazzard. “If you’re ready to prepare for a high-demand, high-paying career, but the cost of training and education has held you back, you need to apply to become an ECTC Metallica Scholar.”
ECTC is the only college in Kentucky and one of 23 nationwide to be selected for the Metallica Scholars Initiative.
For more information about the Metallica Scholars Initiative programs and scholarships, contact Mike Hazzard or the ECTC Financial Aid Office at 270-769-2371.