Workforce Education provides a number of avenues for scholarships. Traditional financial aid is not typically available for non-credit workforce and continuing education courses, but please pursue the following:
Blinn College Foundation Scholarships:
Blinn College has a number of scholarship opportunities available for workforce education students. Scholarships depend on a number of factors, so to determine if you qualify, please complete an application.
Students may apply for any of the following scholarships, as applicable.
Swalm Foundation (Boys and Girls Club Scholarship)
The Swalm Foundation provides scholarship funds for students involved in Boys and Girls club who meet requirements of the foundation and have participated in a local Boys and Girls Club. Funds are available for Washington County, Champion Valley, Austin County, and Brazos Valley.
Texas Elks Lodge Scholarship – Texas Elks Association
This Vocational Grant Program will provide funds for workforce classes beginning after July 1, 2014. Application forms are accessible at texaselks.org, must be completed and received at the Local Elks Lodge prior to March 31, 2015.
Gene Haas Foundation Machining Technology Scholarship
This scholarship program provides $1,000 - $5,000 to pay for students interested in machine operation and maintenance. Application forms are available at: smeef.org/genehaasscholarships.
Your local Workforce Board has scholarship monies available on a case-by-case basis for unemployed, under-employed, and dislocated workers. Before registering for our classes, contact your local board to see if you qualify:
Accelerate Texas grant (ATX):
Students who need a G.E.D. or E.S.L. may qualify for this grant. The program offers:
|Bryan/College Station Area
Accelerate Texas Grant
Region 6 Educational Service Center
Accelerate Texas Grant- Brenham
Blinn College – Hodde Center