Veterans in Manufacturing Assistance Fund
This fund will provide short-term assistance to Schoolcraft College Veteran and Military Students taking coursework in the Manufacturing and Technology Pathway*.
Credit students must:
- have completed 6 credit hours at Schoolcraft College.
- have a minimum GPA of 2.0.
- present proof of active military service or honorable or general discharge.
- demonstrate financial need that is a barrier to education.
- have completed or be registered for coursework in the Manufacturing and Technology Pathway*.
- Veteran/Military student may receive tuition-free training, such as the Industrial Readiness Certificate Program courses, which are designer to prepare individuals for entry-level Advanced Manufacturing jobs.
Questions about the fund can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling the Veteran Resource Center at 734-462-4352.
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* Manufacturing, Computer Aided Design (CAD), Computer Information Systems/IT. Electronics, Biomedical Engineering Technology, Mechatronics, Plastic Technology, Metallurgy/Materials Science, Pre-Engineering, Quality Management and Welding Technology
**Made possible by a generous grant from Cooper Standard, a leading supplier of systems and components for the automotive industry.
Mason’s Veteran Retention Assistance Fund
Thanks to the generous donation from the Masons, the Veteran Resource Center has launched the “Masons Veteran Retention Assistance Fund”. The fund will be used to provide short term assistance to Schoolcraft student veterans meeting the criteria listed below:
- Currently enrolled in one of Schoolcraft’s manufacturing or technology majors (have at least 6 credit hours in the major)
- Need assistance for a class-related expense, such as textbooks, class supplies or course fees
- Be honorably discharged from the military as shown on your DD214
If you meet the above criteria and require short term assistance, please complete the application form. Questions about the fund can be directed to email@example.com or by calling the Veteran Resource Center at 734-462-4351.