With 80% of today’s new jobs requiring some sort of technical post education, Coastal Electric Cooperative offers the gateway to needed training in engineering, aerospace, biomedicine, technology, logistics, robotics and other evolving vocations important to Georgia’s employers throughout the state. Our scholarship programs offer students access to the training and skills needed to compete in the global market. They are one of the ways we support our local communities and represent a significant investment by our members.
We are pleased to offer this renewable technical college scholarship to students of all ages pursuing a diploma, degree or certificate program from any of the 88 campuses of the Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) or a recognized electric lineman school in Georgia.
Deadline: Technical school scholarships are accepted year-round.
Eligibility: Applicant must meet the admission category requirements of a “Regular Status” student or a “Pending Admit Status” (high school seniors only), meet all requirements for admission into a selected program, and be eligible to take all courses in the program curriculum at any of the 88 campuses of the Technical College System of Georgia or a recognized electric linemen school in Georgia,
Applicant must have a home mailing address within Coastal Electric Cooperative’s service area, which is south Bryan, Liberty, Long, or McIntosh counties. The applicant does not have to be a customer of Coastal Electric Cooperative.
Full-time enrollment in a certificate or diploma program is not required and students are not required to graduate from high school with a specific GPA. However, they must have a postsecondary cumulative 2.0 GPA, at certain checkpoints, in order to maintain eligibility for scholarship renewal.
Purpose: This renewable technical college scholarship is available to students of all ages pursuing a diploma, degree, or certificate program from any of Georgia’s technical colleges. Scholarship is eligible for renewal for up to a $10,000 lifetime amount.
Judging: Applications are judged on the basis of the applicant’s statements in their application and financial need.