Continuing Education Scholarship Opportunities
CCC&TI offers scholarships to assist with the cost of course registration, required textbooks, and
supplies for students enrolling in short-term training programs. Below is a list of programs that are
eligible for continuing education scholarships. Apply today to see how these opportunities can help you
pursue your educational goals.
If you have not yet registered for your course, visit the
Continuing Education and Workforce Development webpage to view course schedules and learn how to
Please submit your scholarship application at least 30 days prior to the start of your course in order to
allow time for review and funds to be posted to your account, if awarded.
After you are registered for your course, complete the
scholarship application here.
If you are not awarded a scholarship, registration fees must be paid at least two weeks prior
to the start date of the course in order to remain in the course.
Submit your completed application:
- By email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- OR print and submit in person to Student Services which is located in F Building on the Caldwell
Campus or in W460 on the Watauga Campus.
You will be notified by email about the status of your scholarship application.
If you have questions, contact us at 828-726-2242.
Qualifying Programs for Continuing Education Scholarships
- CCC&TI Foundation Scholarships
Scholarships of various amounts are available each year to students enrolling in workforce continuing
education courses. These scholarships are made possible by our generous donors.
- Golden LEAF Community College Scholarship
The Golden LEAF Foundation makes scholarships available to students from qualifying counties, who
demonstrate financial need, to help them gain the talent, knowledge, and skills needed to help their
communities thrive. Student must enroll in a workforce continuing education pathway/course leading to
a state or industry-recognized credential.
- State Employees’ Credit Union Bridge to Career Scholarship
The SECU Foundation introduced this program to help remove financial barriers for students seeking to
obtain state-regulated or industry-recognized credentials that lead to sustainable wage careers within
their communities. $500 scholarships are available to eligible students in the Electrical Lineman,
Industrial Maintenance, and Truck Driving programs at CCC&TI.