February 21, 2019

Adult Vocational Training (AVT) Fund Awarded by Sky People Higher Education

The Adult Vocational Training (AVT) Fund is a scholarship sponsored by Sky People Higher Education.

Information About the Scholarship:

Award Amount: Minimum – $5000
Application Deadline: June 1 (fall); November 15 (spring); March 1 (summer)
Scholarship Requirements: Award is for nine months to two years of training at a training center or college. Candidate must be eligible for a PELL Grant.
Eligible for: College freshman, College sophomore

Awarded by:

Sky People Higher Education
P.O. Box 8480
Ethete, WY 82520-8049
Phone: 307 332 5286
Fax: 307 332 9104

Contact Details:

Frances M. Haas

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Sky People Higher Education

Sky People Higher Education