New A-B Tech Works Scholarship provides funds for new careers or retraining students who have experienced income loss due to Covid-19 are eligible.
Students who enroll in A-B Tech are eligible to receive up to $3,000 each to return to college for a new career.
Scholarships will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis for the Spring semester only and will be awarded only after applicants apply and register at A-B Tech and submit the scholarship application and unemployment verification.
“This is the perfect time for students to return to college to train for new careers,” said A-B Tech President John Gossett. “We hope this scholarship will help new students and entice those who may have left college before finishing to return.”
To learn more and apply, visit abtech.edu/abtechworks or call 828-398-7900.
About A-B Tech Community College
Founded in 1959 in the heart of Asheville, A-B Tech is the largest higher education institution in Western North Carolina, serving more than 23,000 students a year in Buncombe and Madison counties. One of 58 community colleges in the NC Community College System, A-B Tech offers more than 125 degrees, diplomas and certificates, as well as a wide range of workforce training and continuing education programs.
A-B Tech includes the main Asheville campus, A-B Tech Enka (home of the A-B Tech Small Business Center and Business Incubation Program, Craft Beverage Institute of the Southeast and N.C. BioNetwork), A-B Tech Madison, A-B Tech South, A-B Tech Woodfin and the Goodwill Center in West Asheville.
Learn more at abtech.edu.