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MSU-Northern Electrical Technology Scholarship

Hill County Electric (HCE) is committed to the seven cooperative principles, one of which is to provide education and training for its members. As part of this commitment, the Cooperative offers scholarship opportunities to its members and member dependents. HCE offers a $500 scholarship for a student enrolling in the MSU-Northern Electrical Technology Program and planning to work in Montana after program completion. Applicant must reside in one of the five counties HCE serves (Hill, Blaine, Liberty, Fergus and Chouteau). Applicant need not be an HCE member or member dependent. The $500 scholarship is payable upon successful completion of the first semester of school and verification of the student maintaining a 2.0 or higher grade report average during that term. HCE may interview the scholarship finalists before the final selection is made. Successful applicants will be notified by May 1st . Applicant must be enrolled at MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY NORTHERN pursuing a Degree in Electrical Technology. Associate of Applied Science degree in electrical technology integrates the theory and application of today’s electrical materials, technology, and installation practices with the requirements of the state electrical code to prepare the graduate for entry into the field of and electrician as an apprentice electrician.

The HCE selection committee will select scholarship recipients based on the following:

  • Employment History
  • Personal Statement
  • Two Letters of Recommendation
  • High School and/or College Transcripts
  • Scholarship will be awarded to an applicant who the judges consider to be the most likely to complete the apprenticeship and work as an electrician in Montana.

Application Deadline: March 1st

By submitting this form you agree that the information provided is correct and true and permission is granted to HCE to use your information and your photograph for publicity purposes. If awarded the scholarship, upon completion of your fall semester, you need to have maintained a 2.0 cumulative GPA to receive the scholarship.