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High School Scholarship

The 鶹ýAV (MTI) High School Scholarship Program for seniors is now closed for the 2023-2024 school year. Please come back in May 2024 to view our scholarship winners.

About the Scholarship

The MTI and DTC High School Scholarship program provides an opportunity for graduating seniors to potentially reduce the cost of their postsecondary education as they pursue a career path in the skilled trades industry.

The High School Scholarship is not academic based, and instead focuses on the applicant’s interest and passion for learning a skill, such as welding, HVAC/R, medical assisting, dental assisting, truck driving, or cosmetology. In 2023, 226 students across MTI and DTC’s six campuses received approximately $695,400 in MTI and DTC scholarship funds.

You can see a full list of the MTI HS Scholarship 2023 winners .

More information about scholarship program can be found in the official terms and conditions.

The 鶹ýAV and Delta Technical College High School Scholarship Program (MTI and DTC HS Scholarship) is available to those who qualify.

Questions? Need to Schedule an Appointment?

For more information, please contact your local High School Representative.

Springfield, IL Campus

Chris Harris
charris2@midwesttech.edu
217-891-5247

Josua Matthis
jmatthias@midwesttech.edu
217-303-4477

 

East Peoria, IL Campus

Kimberly Wood
kwood@midwesttech.edu
309-621-9659

Cody Stewart
cstewart@midwesttech.edu
217-341-9200

 

Moline, IL Campus

Carla Arnold
carnold@midwesttech.edu
309-430-5810

Abe Driscal
adriscal@midwesttech.edu
309-679-7941

 

Springfield, MO Campus

Kristine Sebastian
ksardina@midwesttech.edu
417-430-9649

 

The MTI DTC High School Scholarship Program is available to those who qualify. Financial aid and placement assistance is available for those who qualify. 鶹ýAV is approved by the : 1 N. Old State Capitol Plaza, Suite 333, Springfield, IL 62701. For more info: . 鶹ýAV is approved to operate by the . 鶹ýAV is proudly accredited by the . MTI is approved by the  to participate in federally-funded financial aid programs.