Nurturing Individuals. Growing Communities.
The NTC Foundation is the philanthropic arm of Northcentral Technical College (NTC). It serves as a bridge between donors and the college, ensuring that long-term resources are available to support NTC and its students. The foundation actively seeks out and partners with philanthropic businesses and individuals who wish to invest in our communities through grants, scholarships, endowments and in-kind gifts.
How We Help Students
We believe it is essential that we help students who need support pursuing their college education. A number of philanthropists and generous community members who value higher education and enjoy supporting students through scholarships, grants, interest-free loans, and donation of their time help us achieve this.
The foundation administers more than 400 funds, including 180 endowments, to serve the college’s growing enrollment. In 2012 alone, the NTC Foundation awarded $228,000 in scholarships to 378 students.
In Their Own Words
2015 Spring Scholars & Donors Reception
View photos from our most recent Scholars & Donors Reception, where donors and scholarship recipients were recognized.
Become a Donor
Each and every day, our donors have a significant impact on our learners, our businesses, and our communities by lending their support to the NTC Foundation. Their generosity takes many forms and provides for student scholarships and emergency assistance funds, capital projects, and other student-focused initiatives. There are many ways to give and each is vital to the success of our students.Donate Now See Giving Options
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Our organization is made up of officers with a vast amount of workplace experience in several different specialties and industries.
It’s not easy to get a job in a small town. The grant was helpful because we have three children, had just moved back to the area, and didn’t have the finances for me to go to school. I needed that help to give me a boost.Carrie Kelley, Scholarship Recipient
- Foundation & Alumni