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New Hampshire Automotive Education Foundation (NHAEF)

This abridged Medallion Fund application has been modified for use only by students applying for scholarships through NHADA. Please click on NHADA's Modified Medallion Fund Scholarship and print the application.

Applicants must return the completed application to:
NHADA Education Foundation
507 South Street
Bow, NH 03304
or to foundation@nhada.com


QUALIFICATIONS

NHADA Education Foundation scholarships are awarded competitively by the Foundation Scholarship Committee based on the following criteria:

  • Student must be attending a Automotive Technology,  Heavy Equipment/Diesel or Collision program at CCSNH
  • All students must have a minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.5
     

High School students must:

  • Be attending a High School with a Automotive, Small Engine, Heavy Equipment/Diesel, or Collision Program within the state of NH
  • If not enrolled in Automotive, Small Engine, Heavy Equipment/Diesel or Collision applicant must have taken 4 years of math

College students must:

  • Student must be attending a Automotive, Heavy Equipment/Diesel, or Collision Program at CCSNH
  • Be currently employed in the automobile industry in the state of New Hampshire
  • Be enrolled and in good standing in a Automotive Technology, Heavy Equipment/Diesel or Collision program within the CCSNH for the upcoming academic school year
  • Applicants must have a 2.5 GPA


REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION
All applications will be required to include the following to be considered:

High School students:

  • Submit NHADA Education Foundation scholarship application
  • Letter of recommendation from automotive, heavy equipment/ diesel, small engine or collision instructor from a NH CTE Center
  • If applicant does not have an automotive instructor, then a letter of recommendation from the applicant's 4-year mathematics teacher or current automotive industry employer/supervisor may be substituted
  • High School transcript. with a minimum 2.5 GPA
  • If competed in a Skills USA Automotive, Collision, Heavy Equipment/Diesel, and/or Small Engine please include on resume
  • Supply Acceptance letter from CCSNH school
  • Recommended, a letter from Automotive Industry Employer

College students:

  • Submit NHADA Education Foundation scholarship application
  • Letter of recommendation from a CCSNH automotive, heavy equipment/diesel or auto body instructor;
  • Letter of recommendation from applicant's automotive industry employer or supervisor;
  • College transcript with a minimum of 2.5 GPA.

WHEN TO APPLY
All applications must be received no later than April 1st for the upcoming academic school year.

ELIGIBLE CCSNH PROGRAMS

WMCC
Degree: Automotive Service Management, Automotive Technology, Diesel Heavy Equipment Technology, Part/Service Management
Certificate: Automotive Technology, Diesel Heavy Equipment Technology

LRCC-
Degree: GM ASEP, Automotive Technology, Toyota T-Ten
Certificate: Automotive Technology

MCC-
Degree: Automotive Technology, MCAP, Ford, Audi, Subaru
Certificate: Automotive Technology, Power Sports

NCC-
Degree: Honda PACT, Automotive Technology, Collision Repair
Certificate: Automotive Technology

GBCC-
Certificate: Automotive Technology, Motorcycle Technology

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