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Workforce Development Scholarship

Workforce Development Scholarships were established by the Minnesota State Legislature to encourage people to begin programs that lead to employment in high-demand career fields in the state of Minnesota.

Amount:
Multiple awards of $2,500 per student with $1,250 given each semester

Qualifications:
For new students entering programs determined in high demand by DEED. Must be a Minnesota resident taking at least 9 credits or more at Northland. Must apply with the specific Workforce Development Scholarship application found on the NCTC Foundation website here.

Semester:
Selected in the Fall semester, but can renew in spring and for a second year if maintaining qualifications.

Campus:
East Grand Forks
Thief River Falls
Distance/online

Programs:
Advanced Manufacturing:
Electronics Technology, Manufacturing, Manufacturing Online, Welding Technology

Agriculture:
General Agriculture, Animal Science, Precision Agriculture Technician, Farm Operations Management, Agriculture Education

Early Childhood Education:
Early Childhood and Education

Health Care Services:
Dietetic Technician, Health Sciences, Medical Administrative, Medical Coding, Nursing, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Paramedic, Pharmacy Technology, Physical Therapist Assistant, Radiologic Technology, Respiratory Therapist, Surgical Technology

Information Technology:
Computer Networking Technology, IT Cybersecurity

Transportation:
Automotive Service Technology, Auto Body Technology, Aviation Maintenance

NOTE: Programs are subject to change at Northland or by legislative priority.

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