2021-2022 ISN Skilled Trade & Technology Scholarships
Level up your education with a $2,000 scholarship from ISN.
Growing demand and lack of qualified workers in skilled trades and technology means it’s a great time to go back to school and enter these lucrative and fast-growing industries. To help keep up with demand and assist the next generation of professionals, ISN will award a $2,000 scholarship four times a year to eligible students.
Entries are now being accepted for the 2022 scholarship, see below for entry deadlines:
Winter: January 16 – April 16 2022
Spring: April 17 – July 17 2022
Summer: July 18 – October 14 2022
Are you eligibile?
- You must be 18 years or over and currently be enrolled as a high school senior, or in a community college, undergraduate, graduate, technical college, or vocational program, or be planning to enroll in a high school, community college, undergraduate, graduate, technical college, or vocational program during the 2021-2022 academic program in the United States.
- You must have a minimum 3.4 GPA.
- You must be pursuing a degree that enables you or others in your community to learn a new trade, develop skills and technology, or start a small business related to home services offered by ISN.
How are winners selected?
- Winners will be drawn at random from all eligible entries shortly after the application deadline has ended.
How and when do I find out if I won?
- Winners will be contacted by email within a reasonable time after the application deadline has ended.
Can I submit more than one entry?
- Each scholarship is limited to one (1) entry per person.
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