Career and Technology Association of Texas (CTAT) believes that educating young people in career and technical education (CTE) results in high student achievement, community outreach and aids in advancing students to postsecondary education and a globally competitive workforce. Texas CTE students are among the nation’s most productive, innovative and dedicated students, and CTAT is honored to recognize their achievements by providing scholarships to further their education.
One of the goals of the scholarship program is to provide assistance to outstanding CTE students who plan to continue their education. CTAT offers several $1,000 scholarship with one being in the name of Myra Hasty and one in the name of Dr. Pat McLeod and twelve in the name of Mahindra Texas Pride. Scholarships are funded through donations by members and supporters.
Applicants for the scholarship must plan to enroll as a full-time student in an accredited institution of higher learning for the Fall Semester of 2014 and the Spring Semester of 2015. At the beginning of each semester, recipients must submit proof of enrollment of at least 12 credit hours. The student will receive one-half of the award at the beginning of the first semester and the remaining one-half at the beginning of the second semester, with proof of maintaining a 2.0 GPA or higher in the first semester and proof of enrollment for 12 credit hours for the second semester.
Above is the link for the application form which may be duplicated as needed. Applications must be typed or word-processed and postmarked no later than Friday, March 28, 2014.
Please contact the CTAToffice (512) 288-8666 or fax (512) 288-9998 with any questions.
Good luck and have a great school year!