Fall 2016 scholarship cycle is almost here

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The Foundation is excited to announce that our fall scholarship application opens next week on June 6, 2016. Any currently enrolled RTC student with a GPA of 2.5 qualifies for at least one Foundation scholarship. If you know a student who needs help paying for school, please encourage them to apply at: rtc.edu/scholarships

The companies sponsoring Fall Scholarships are:

  • Boeing Commercial Airplanes for students in business, engineering, information technology, or human resources
  • International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, District 751 for aerospace and precision machining students
  • Renton Community Foundation for M.A.R.T. students
  • Rottler Manufacturing for precision machining students
  • The Grainger Foundation for students in the technology programs
  • The Leona Hickman Educational Trust for King County residents
  • Unico Properties for commercial building engineering students

Additionally, we are proud to honor the following people:

  • The Brent and Wayne Stearns Memorial Scholarship for automotive students
  • Josephine Belmondo Cugini Endowment Scholarship for women in business
  • The O.J. Harper Memorial Scholarship for precision machining students
  • The Ric Kolb Memorial Scholarship for Ford ASSET students
  • The Robert Burke Memorial Scholarship for community service
  • The Robert C. Roberts Scholarship for all students
  • The Ronald B. Fahey Memorial Scholarship for automotive students
  • The RTC Board of Trustees Scholarship for all students
  • The Steve Hanson Student Leadership Scholarship for school service
  • The Vern Gambriell Memorial Scholarship for construction students

If you would like to donate to a scholarship fund or are interested in beginning a new scholarship, please contact us at: foundation@rtc.edu or (425) 235-7867. We are always delighted to talk to supporters of RTC.

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Allied health care, such as the dental assistant program, continues to have the highest number of scholarship applicants