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Workplace Safety Scholarships For University, Trade School Students

360training’s mission is to provide training that builds a safe, healthy work environment. As a provider of OSHA-approved training, the company encourages and supports individuals who do the right thing through education and action to maintain workplace safety.
With that in mind, 360training’s Workplace Safety Scholarship Program provides $1,000 tuition each semester for students pursuing undergraduate or trade school education. For the upcoming Fall semester, it is open to applications until August 17, 2022.

Whataburger cooks up $500,000 scholarship fund for minority students

Now, in addition to feeding their faces with some of Texas’ best burgers and fries, some worthy college students will be able to feed their dreams, thanks to beloved San Antonio-based chain Whataburger.
The fast-growing and long-lasting burger chain, which features a beefy dedication to the communities where it does business, has just rolled out a scholarship program that will initially aid minority students.
The Whataburger Feeding Student Success Scholarship initiative — part of the chain’s signature community program, Feeding Student Success, which aims to remove obstacles to success for students — includes a $500,000 commitment to help fund students’ college, university, and nonprofit vocational school endeavors.

CSI Named Top Nursing School for 2022 from “Nursing Schools Almanac”

The College of Staten Island’s Nursing program has once again been highlighted by Nursing Schools Almanac as it has been named a Top Mid-Atlantic, Top New York, and Top New York-Metro College for 2022. It is not the first time this school year that Nursing Schools Almanac has bestowed honors to CSI, as the institution was named to its Top 35 list of Best Associate Degrees in Nursing in the fall of 2021.
CSI was selected for distinction against a cohort of more than 3,000 colleges and universities across the United States. Nursing Schools Almanac measures in three categories: academic prestige and perceived value, breadth and depth of programs offered, and student success, particularly on the NCLEX licensure examination.

$33 million sought for Riverside County trade school –

Leaders are pushing the state to invest in a training center for Riverside Community College District students, in hopes of building a more diverse workforce and stronger economy.
At a Thursday, June 9, news conference at Riverside City College, politicians and others, led by Assembly Member Sabrina Cervantes, D-Riverside, called on the California legislature to approve $33 million for the center.
The facility, proposed for a yet-to-be-determined location in Jurupa Valley, would be called the Inland Empire Technical Trade Center.

Taconic High School explains plans to become full vocational school, offering technical training to students in its future

Taconic High School in Pittsfield could become a full vocational school, exclusively enrolling students seeking career and technical education classes.
The move would mean that as of the fall of 2023, Taconic would only enroll students in career and technical ed classes — known by the shorthand CTEs — in its freshman class.
The school would not have a full CTE student body until the fall of 2026, allowing the last class of non-CTE students, who will be freshmen this year, to graduate.

Metal Supermarkets offers new scholarships for trade school students

In honor of National Welding Month, Metal Supermarkets has launched four $2,500 scholarships to be awarded to individuals interested in attending post-secondary trade school in 2022.
Selected students will be awarded a $2,500 scholarship to be paid directly to the institution of which they are attending in the United States or Canada.
To qualify for the scholarship, students must be accepted to and currently attending a post-secondary trade school program with a semester beginning in 2022 and must be enrolled in the upcoming semester.

LOOK: Arci Muñoz takes flight in aviation school

Actress Arci Muñoz is finally pursuing her dream to become a pilot, sharing her flying experience on Instagram on Saturday, July 16.
The actress documented her first day in aviation school Topflite Academy, posting a reel of her simulation training and maneuvering of an actual plane with an instructor. “First day in achieving my #pilot dreams,” reads the description on the video.