2019 Spring Scholarship Application Period

NTC Foundation scholarships are made possible by hundreds of generous donors each year. Scholarships play a vital role in providing funds that enable our students to pursue their educational goals. Last year over 800 scholarships awarded last year totaling nearly $430,000. We are truly grateful to the individuals, groups, organizations and foundations that make these scholarships possible for our students.

Apply for a Scholarship: www.ntc.edu/scholarships

The spring 2019 scholarship application period is January 14, 2019 through February 18, 2019. Scholarship awards are for use during the fall 2019 semester. Before applying, you should know:

  • Many NTC Foundation scholarships are established with specific criteria, however ONE application works for ALL available scholarships.
  • NTC Foundation scholarships are NOT cash awards; scholarships are deposited directly into student accounts at the beginning of the following semester.
  • If your books and tuition are fully covered by another entity such as dislocated worker or veteran’s benefits, these scholarships may not be helpful to you.
  • Scholarship awards may be taken into account on your next year’s Federal Financial Aid application.

Need help with your application?

Workshops:
  • Tuesday, February 5, 2019, 12:00-12:50 p.m.
  • Thursday, February 7, 2019 5:00-5:50 p.m.
  • Student Leadership Center Room (D112A) and live broadcast via Blackboard Collaborate
Walk-In Hours:
  • Monday, February 11 –Friday, February 15, 2019, 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
  • except Thursday, 2/14 the college is closed for in-service
  • Student Leadership Center Room (D112A)

Timeline:

  • Application available: January 14 – February 18, 2019
  • Scholarship awards announced by: April 5, 2019
  • Scholars & Donors Reception: April 30, 2019
  • Thank you letters to scholarship donors DUE BY: June 17, 2019

United Way Volunteer Opportunities

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Housing & Homelessness Coalition Point in Time Count and Project Connect. On the night of January 23, share resources & conduct a survey with those experiencing homelessness. New volunteer training will be offered. For more information, contact MaiGer at 715-848-2927 or mmoua@unitedwaymc.org.

United Way RSVP Martin Luther King Day of Service. On January 21 from 9:30-11:30am, volunteers will pack food for children in need at Blessings in a Backpack (4704 Camp Phillips Road, Weston).  Come give your time to a great cause and learn about BIB. Contact Susan Krolow at 715-298-5721 or skrolow@unitedwaymc.org.

English Language Tutors.  Help needed in the DC Everest School District for an after school program consisting of ESL adults and parents in need of better communication between students and the school. Program will be Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:45 pm-5pm. Contact Connie at 715-679-6170 or mclitofwausau@gmail.com. 

Community Based Mentors for Big Brothers Big Sisters. Provide "Littles" with time and attention, typically 2-4 times per month. Casual weekly or bi-weekly outings, filled with conversations and shared activities, help children manage everyday challenges that are part of growing up. They explore new interests and expand their experience base beyond their family or neighborhood. Contact Beth at 715-848-7207 or bethk@bbbsncw.org.

Enjoy Knitting, Yoga, or Dance? The Boys and Girls Club would LOVE to have volunteers come in and share their interest once a week with K-5th grade students from 4-5pm. Contact Mao at 715-845-2582 ext. 213 or Maot@bgclub.com.

In-Kind Donated Items Needed

Fleece Blankets or Throws. North Central Health Care greatly needs blankets to share with residents. Contact Kathy at 715 848 4450 or kdesantis@norcen.org.

Step Stools and Extension Ladder. The Marathon County Historical Society is looking for step stools and ladders. Contact Janet at 715 842 5750 or info@marathoncountyhistory.org.

Office supplies.  White copy paper, colored copy paper, printable address label sheets (2 5/8" 1"), stamps, etc. are very helpful to the Big Brothers Big Sisters. Contact Beth at 715-848-7207 or bethk@bbbsncw.org.

 

Volunteer Connection and RSVP (Retired & Senior Volunteer Program) are services that United Way uses to match volunteers or in-kind donated items with agencies in need. Visit www.UnitedWayMC.org or dial United Way’s 2-1-1 helpline for more information.

Stay Connected

Stay connected with NTC Student Life through our social media channels where we'll post reminders about upcoming events, add photos from campus happenings, celebrate fun holidays, and more. Join us on Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat using @ntctimberwolves.

 

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