HCTC is accepting applications for the 2020 HCTC scholarships available to graduating seniors who will attend a college or a technical school during the 2020-2021 school year. Above-average grades are not mandatory. A student’s leadership qualities, community involvement, extracurricular activities and teacher recommendations will be considered.
“HCTC believes the rural economic development of communities is dependent upon the education of our youth,” HCTC CEO Craig Cook says. As many as 20 area seniors may be awarded a $1,500 scholarship, representing an annual $30,000 commitment to the future of the Hill Country community.
Students may obtain an application online at hctc.net.
Applications are due Feb. 28.