Hagan Business Machines of Meadville, Inc. Scholarship

Hagan Business Machines is proud to be locally owned and operated and we try to maintain our commitment to the community by supporting nonprofit organizations, charities and civil groups as well as local small businesses. In 1997 Hagan Business Machines of Meadville, Inc. partnered with the National Tooling & Machining Association (NTMA) to start a new scholarship fund. This fund was created to raise much-needed monies for training in the tooling and machining industry. It is intended to raise awareness of the career opportunities at local industries and encourage students to pursue long-term careers in our area. Hagan Business Machines strives to support local business and talent and help keep resources in our area instead of some distant corporate headquarters. Local businesses create good jobs, and they boost the local tax base, which in turn improves schools, parks and the quality of life in town. Eligibility:-Must have a high school diploma-Must reside in Crawford County and have graduated from a school district in Crawford County-Must be attending or be accepted by a qualified post-secondary training facility-Scholarship may be awarded to a recent high school graduate interested in entering the tooling and machining trade or to a candidate in the workforce interested in upgrading skills or changing careers-Must provide at least one letter of recommendation from a high school teacher-Must complete a short story essay explaining why they are interested in a career in the tooling and machining industry-Financial need will be considered -Grades and attendance will also be considered For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

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Award Amount: $1,000
Competitive: Yes
Essay required: Yes