The Steuben County Community Foundation currently manages four vocational scholarships to graduating high school seniors and adult Steuben County residents. These scholarships provide assistance to residents of Steuben County in a non-traditional way. These scholarships give citizens an opportunity to apply for assistance and focuses on education opportunities that are not typically a four-year bachelor’s degree. For residents that are considering vocational or trade school, a certificate program, apprenticeship, skills-building courses for work including computer instruction, a secondary language, etc. - this is the perfect opportunity.
The Angola Vocational Training Initiative Scholarship is a paper application available at SCCF with a rolling due date throughout the year. The applicant must be a Steuben County resident with a high school diploma or high school equivalency and 2 years of work experience. The applicant must also agree to work in a position for which they are certified for a period of 18 months in Steuben County, Indiana.
The Steuben County Vocational Education Scholarship is available at SCCF via a paper application with a rolling due date throughout the year. This scholarship is available for Steuben County residents seeking some form of vocational training. In addition to graduates, current high school students are eligible to apply for this funding.
The Lakeland Marine Retailers Association Scholarship is part of SCCF's general donor established scholarship cycle and is administered through SmarterSelect, an online application service. The application will open November 1. For more information on the Smarter Select Program and step by step instructions, click here.
The Donald W Rogers Vocational Scholarship is administered through the Angola Elks. Please contact them at 260-665-6408 for any questions.
Please contact Jacqui Gentile at 260-665-6656 for more information on these scholarships.