Workforce Development Scholarships
Recent legislation has awarded $2,500 scholarships to attract students to enter high growth, high-demand occupations in the areas of manufacturing, health care services, agriculture, information technology, early childhood education, and transportation. Northland Community & Technical College will offer these scholarships to new students coming to Northland in the fall. We believe these targeted scholarships will help answer the demand for highly skilled workers.
- Students must be a resident of the state of Minnesota. (Must be a high school graduate of a Minnesota high school or, if older than average, must have established residency in Minnesota.)
- Students who were awarded a Workforce Development Scholarship last year are eligible to apply again if they have completed two academic terms with a minimum of nine credits each and have maintained a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher.
- Students must enroll in at least 9 credits this fall and declare one of the following Northland programs:
Advanced Manufacturing: Electronics Technology, Mechatronics, Manufacturing, Manufacturing Online, Welding Technology
Agriculture: General Agriculture, Animal Science, Precision Agriculture Technician, Farm Operations Management, Agriculture Education
Early Childhood Education: Early Childhood Education
Health Care Services: Dietetic Technician, Health Sciences, Medical Administrative, Medical Coding, Nursing, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Paramedic, Pharmacy Technology, Physical Therapy 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.