Triangle Tech Scholarships
Triangle Tech awards one scholarship for each of its Associate in Specialized Technology degree programs annually. Candidates should demonstrate outstanding achievement, talent, or leadership qualities. Financial need is not a consideration in determining these awards.
Application forms and complete details can be obtained by contacting any Triangle Tech location or by calling 1-800-874-8324. High school students may obtain an application from their guidance counselor.
Many civic clubs, professional organizations, labor unions and private businesses offer scholarships and other types of aid to students. All scholarship announcements received by the school are posted on student bulletin boards throughout the school. The financial aid office will also assist you in locating private scholarship opportunities on request. High school students may contact their guidance counselor to learn more about privately sponsored financial aid opportunities.
Imagine America Scholarship
The award-winning Career College Foundation (CCF), Imagine America scholarship program helps thousands of high school seniors each year to pursue a postsecondary career education at hundreds of career schools across the United States. Each year, every high school in the United States and Puerto Rico can select up to three graduating seniors to receive a $1,000 Imagine America Scholarship. High school students applying for admission to Triangle Tech should check with their high school guidance office or click here for more information.
Imagine America: Military Award Program (MAP)
The Imagine America: Military Award Program (MAP) is a national aid program established by the Career College Foundation (CCF). Triangle Tech offers 15-$1000 (MAP) career education awards which are available annually to any eligible active duty and honorably discharged or retired veteran of a United States military service branch for attendance at Triangle Tech. Students also must meet Triangle Tech’s standard admissions requirements for the requested program of study. MAP certificates are non-transferable, non-negotiable and non-refundable and have no cash value. Only one certificate will be awarded to each eligible recipient.
Worksmith Institute Scholarship
The Worksmith scholarship program is intended to assist Pennsylvania students in post-secondary education who have exhausted all other sources of tuition assistance including PHEAA, PELL, SEOG as well as parental / spousal contributions. Before a student finds it necessary to drop-out of school for unmet need, he/she may apply to Worksmith Institute for assistance. Funds are limited and all awardees are selected by the Worksmith Institute.