Dane G. Hansen Foundation Scholarship

Students who wish to pursue a degree or technical certificate in a medical field and plan to work in Northwest Kansas may be eligible for scholarship support at Salina Area Technical College.

Salina Tech 2022-2023 Foundation Scholarship Application

Applications are due by June 1, 2021. Completed applications are to be returned to SATC Student Services, 2562 Centennial Road, Salina, KS 67401.

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After completing high school, a student may qualify for the Pay It Forward Scholarship. Eligible students will receive a scholarship equaling the total tuition paid to SATC while in high school up to a maximum of $1,000. The student must enroll full time at SATC within six months of graduating from high school. For more information, contact our admissions office.

Organization Scholarships

Qualifications for this scholarship includes full time students at an accredited U.S. college or university or an ASE/NATEF Certified post-secondary automotive, heavy duty, or collision repair school. Your Complete application will be automatically considered by the University of Aftermarket Foundation. In addition, it will also be considered by several other organizations if you meet their scholarship requirements.


Chairish is offering a $2,500 scholarship award. To apply, applicants must meet the minimum eligibility requirements and complete the application for the scholarship award by the application deadline.


The Community Foundation administers over thirty-seven (37) scholarships, turning dreams of higher education into a reality.  Our scholarship application process begins in January. Scholarship applications will be available online from January – March 14th


Awards $5,000 and is open to high school seniors, undergrads, and graduate students who are majoring in design-related fields such as architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, and engineering fields


To help driven students reach their educational goals, Drug Lawsuit Source is offering one scholarship in he amount of $1,000. The scholarship will be awarded to the student who best exemplifies determination and perseverance to succeed in their academic endeavors

The deadline to apply is November 1, 2021. The scholarship will be awarded November 15, 2021

Winners will be notified by e-mail and their names will be posted on our website, Drug Lawsuit Source

Visit Drug Lawsuit Source Scholarship to apply.

Our bi-annual Hispanic Empowerment No-Essay Scholarship will award $750 to Hispanic students to help them fulfill their career ambitions.

  • Be enrolled in a career and technical degree/certificate program in the Fall semester that will lead to employment.

  • Attend a not-for-profit post-secondary institution

  • Demonstrate financial need; applicants must be Pell elgibile

  • Be under the age of 30

  • Be a citizen of the Uniter States

  • To apply visit https://scholars.horatioalger.org/horatio-alger-scholarship-applications/

The scholarship is open to any student sophomore level to PhD attending a college, technical school or university. They do not need to be pursuing a degree in agriculture, but must discuss how their future career may be connected to the agriculture industry. Applicants must hold either a student membership or have a parent/guardian with a full 3-year membership with KS Corn. We awarded 15 $1,000 scholarships last year. Application requirements and other information can be found on our website at www.kscorn.com/scholarships

Pyle Law is pleased to announce the creation of two $1,000 scholarship available to Kansas high school graduates who plan to pursue a career in the trades and attend a vocational or technical school in the Fall. The scholarships have been named in honor of founding member’s grandfathers, Edwin T Pyle and Max L. Starkey. The establishment of these scholarships is a testament to the firm’s commitment to the community they serve and represents an investment in future generations of Kansans. For more information on how to apply and requirements click HERE.

The Kansas Masonic Foundation seeks to demonstrate both our personal commitment and the heartfelt desire of Kansas Masons and donor to help advance education for the common good and well-being of our society. The purpose of these scholarships is to provide financial assistance to students who are pursuing opportunities for personal and professional growth via higher education.


  • Kansas Resident

  • Must be attending one of the identified/eligible Kansas Technical or Community/Junior Colleges

  • Acceptance Letter from University/College or copy of current college transcript

  • Enrolled in 12 credit hours per semester

  • Demonstrate financial need


The Kansas Military Service Scholarship is available for the payment of tuition and fees at a public Kansas institution for students who are a resident of Kansas and has:

  • served in military service in international waters or on foreign soil in support of military operations for which the person received hostile fire pay for at least 90 days after September 11, 2001, or served less than such 90 days because of injuries during such military service;

  • has received an honorable discharge or under honorable conditions (general) discharge from military service or is still in military service; and

  • has provided copies of military discharge papers (DD-214 form) or active duty orders whichever such paper or order indicate the location of such person’s deployment and indicate the person has served after September 11, 2001, in any military operation for which the person received hostile fire pay.


This will be the 20th year the Kansas Water Environment Association offers scholarships for university students wishing to pursue a career in environmental areas and financial assistance for training in environmental vocational-technical areas. With board support and approval, KWEA will be offering in the 2020-2021 fiscal year up to $3,950 in scholarships and financial assistance to Kansas students.

The following awards are planned to be made available in 2021:

  • Three university scholarships in the amounts of $1,200, $1,000, and $750; and

  • Up to $1,000 set aside for any amount up to $500 of assistance requested for technical school students

About Vo-tech Assistance Awards
Please note: For the last couple of years KWEA has not awarded a vo-tech assistance award due to a lack of applicants. A portion of these unused awards have been utilized in the next year for additional university scholarship awards and is included in the amounts indicated above. The vo-tech assistance being offered  can be requested for any amount (up to $500) paid for or to be paid for by the applicant associated with operator training courses including transportation, books, as well as un-reimbursed course costs.

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Kevin Watts was a Farm Bureau Board member for 6 years. He battled cancer for 4 years and passed away at the end of 2017. Kevin farmed in Saline, Ottawa, and Lincoln counties. He was so passionate about farming and ranching. Kevin enjoyed talking and teaching agriculture to anyone who would listen.

The Kevin Watts Memorial Scholarship was set up by his wife, LuAnn. It has the following requirements.

  1. Applicants must be a college sophomore or higher

  2. A career in Agriculture from either a 2-year or 4-year college

  3. Have a 3.5 GPA or higher

  4. Their parents must be Saline, Ottawa, or Lincoln County Farm Bureau members.

A $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to one boy and one girl.

Applications must be submitted by May 15, 2021.


  • Scholarship Name: La Jolla Mom Communications Scholarship
  • Eligibility: Undergraduate or high school senior applicants must be majoring in a communications field of study and attend or be planning to attend an accredited college or university during the 2021-2022 academic year.
  • Amount: One student will be selected to receive $500 in scholarship funds based on their essay response (maximum of 1000 words) to why they are interested in pursuing a career in the communications field. Scholarship funds must be used to pay for qualified expenses, including tuition, books and on-campus room and board for the 2021-2022 academic year.
  • Application Deadline: The deadline for submissions is April 1, 2022. The recipient will be notified individually by April 15, 2022.
  • Link: https://lajollamom.com/scholarships/

The Lawyers of Distinction Scholarship was founded to help college students achieve their dreams without having to worry about the financial burden of whether or not they will be able to afford school. It’s no secret that education fees are outrageous, and we want to play a part in supporting future generations. Each year we will award one student with a $1,000 scholarship.


The objective of our organization is to provide financial assistance to students for professional training in the building industry for such fields as:  masonry, framing, trim carpentry, heating, plumbing, electrical, concrete work and other building fields.

Link: https://www.salinahba.com/scholarships

NCCER is an education foundation that is nationally recognized as the training, assessment, certification, and career development standard for the construction and maintenance craft professional. Recognizing that both non-profit organizations have a shared interest in supporting students who have chosen a Career and Technical Education (CTE) pathway, the newly formed partnership between NTHS and NCCER will also include a unique scholarship opportunity.


The National Tooling & Machining Foundation provides scholarships up to $2500 for students pursuing degrees that will lead to manufacturing careers. Students may only apply for one of the available scholarship opportunities and are able to re-apply for a scholarship annually for as long as they meet the eligibility criteria.


The Two-Year Associate and Technology Scholarship is available to students who seek an education to obtain employment in the industries that use and control mechanical, physical or chemical processes to produce or move a final product and includes other technical disciplines.


To help single parents reach their educational goals, Drug Lawsuit Source is offering one single parent scholarship in the amount of $1,000

The deadline to apply is November 1, 2021. The scholarship will be awarded November 15, 2021

Winners will be notified by e-mail and their names will be posted on our website, Drug Lawsuit Source

Visit Drug Lawsuit Source Scholarship to apply.

Each scholarship has its own eligibility, criteria and application requirements. Generally each scholarship program requires the recipient to:

  • Be a Kansas resident

  • Enroll in a qualified program

  • Enroll at a Kansas college or university

  • Not already awarded an undergraduate degree, unless you are applying for the Nursing or Teaching Service Scholarships


WIN is committed to financially supporting females who demonstrate their desire to excel in the field of Collision Repair. They offer a variety of scholarships and financial awards that will provide tuition assistance, educational opportunities, and enrichment events to qualified applicants. In addition, each scholarship recipient receives a one-year membership to WIN to further support their journey and provide a sense of community as they pursue their goals.


The WiseGeek Lifelong Learners Scholarships is a $500 scholarship open to anyone who has student debt or expects to in the future, including those who are no longer in school or who have student debt from funding the education of a family member.


The WiseGeek LGBTQ+ Awareness Scholarship is a $500 scholarship open to students that identify as part of the LGBTQ+ community.

“Equality means more than passing laws. The struggle is really won in the hearts and minds of the community, where it really counts.” – Barbara Gittings

Across the United States, far too many people in the LGBTQ+ community are denied human rights, robbed of big opportunities, and ridiculed solely because of their identity. Combatting civil rights issues that the LGBTQ+ community face regularly requires providing distinct and unique opportunities for people to grow and flourish. The WiseGeek LGBTQ+ Awareness Scholarship exists to support the dreams and aspirations of LGBTQ+ youth across the country. The scholarship is open to students who identify as a member of this community.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Students who identify as part of the LGBTQ+ community

  • U.S. Citizen or permanent legal resident


The bill permits students to enroll on a part-time or full-time basis, but students must maintain satisfactory academic progress toward completion of the promise-eligible program and complete the program within 30 months from the first award. Upon completion of the program, students must reside and work in Kansas for a minimum of two consecutive years or enroll in a Kansas institution of higher education and subsequently reside and work in Kansas for a minimum of two consecutive years.

Eligible SATC Programs of Study:

Associate Degree Nursing
Commercial Truck Driving
Computer-Aided Drafting
Construction Technology
Dental Assisting
Electrical Technology
EMT: Basic
Home Health Aide
Machine Tool Technology
Medication Aide (CMA)
Nursing Aide (CNA)
Practical Nursing
Welding Technology

To be eligible for this scholarship you must:

  • Be a Kansas resident, AND one of the following:

    • Have graduated from a Kansas high school within the preceding 12 months or have received a GED or other high school equivalency credential within the preceding 12 months, OR

    • Be 21 years of age or older and a Kansas resident for the preceding three consecutive  years, OR

    • Be a dependent child of a military service member who is stationed in another state and who, within the preceding 12 months, graduated from an out-of-state high school or obtained a GED or other high school equivalency credential.

If you think you qualify for this scholarship, you need to complete the following to apply for the scholarship and remain qualified:

  • Complete the Kansas Promise Scholarship application (also attached) and submit the application to your school’s financial aid office; AND

  • Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA); AND

  • Enroll in an eligible program of study; AND

  • Sign a Kansas Promise Scholarship Agreement that you agree to live and work in Kansas for a minimum of two consecutive years following successful completion of your program; AND

  • Successfully complete an eligible program of study within 30 months of first being awarded a Kansas Promise Scholarship.