Betty McKown Memorial Home Economics Scholarship
This award is for one or more students, preferably full-time, Home Economics majors, freshman or sophomore, who have completed at least 30 units in total with at least 8 units in the major field and who have a GPA of 3.0 or better. The student must be continuing with their education to qualify and personal qualifications include vocational or professional potential. Financial need shall be a prime consideration in selecting awardees. Students may apply to a committee of three or more full-time instructors within the division appointed by the Chairman of the Division; the committee will review applications, consider instructor nominations, and recommend recipients. Applications and other details are available from the Chairman of the Division.
Ref #: 390-3270, 303-3270
C. Robert McCormick Memorial Award
This scholarship is awarded to one or more full-time majors in building construction or a related area, who have completed at least 15 units their freshman year or have earned sophomore standing, and who have a GPA of 2.5 or better in all work attempted. Good character, integrity, need, ability to relate to people and over-all promise of success in the construction industry or a related field shall be prime considerations in naming the recipient of this award. Recommendation will be by a committee of Technical Education instructors appointed by the Chairman of the Division.
Ref #: 390-3260, 303-3260
Everis Nelson Memorial Technical Education Award
Scholarship recipients will be selected by a Division committee through the Division Chair. Award will be given to one or more first-year Technical Education majors, who will return as full-time students in the fall.
Ref #: 390-3310, 303-3310
Littlejohn Award
This award shall be given to a student in the industrial arts programs as determined by the college. The award shall be based upon achievement and not solely on financial need. Each recipient of the award shall receive a plaque and a one-page biography of Margaret and Richard Littlejohn, as the scholarship fund was started in their honor and memory.
Ref #: 390-2245, 303-3245