The California Community Colleges innovative teacher preparation programs goal is to boost the number and diversity of students entering the education field, particularly in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) and career technical education (CTE). Using an interactive locator map, find a teacher preparation program near you!
In order to ensure equal access to education for all local students, Cabrillo College is providing a free, first year of tuition to any graduating senior from the Cabrillo College District services area.
Community Foundation for Monterey County offers a variety of scholarships for students in Monterey County to help achieve their educational and career goals. Students can apply for the majority of scholarships through the online scholarship system.
CFSCC has ten academic scholarships open to all Santa Cruz County students to help awardees attend vocational school or undergraduate study at a college or university.
The Ernie Camacho Educational Foundation awards $500 scholarships to upcoming graduating seniors from either Alisal High School and/or Everett Alvarez High School.
The vision of the Salinas Valley Promise is to provide critical resources for local high school students to enroll, persist, and complete college in order to foster a more vibrant, prosperous and secure community.
A variety of scholarships are offered for new, continuing and transfer students at Hartnell College. A single application places students in consideration for a variety of scholarships. Scholarship awards range from $500 to $5,000.
Watsonville-Santa Cruz Chapter of the Japanese American Citizens League offers four scholarship funds. Applicants apply for scholarships by submitting generic application information that could apply to all.
The Jeannie Witmer Memorial Scholarship is a scholarship in the amount of $1,000.00. Students active (past or present) in California High School Rodeo Association, District 4 or California 4-H Horse program, may apply for this scholarship to be used at a college, or professional technical school of choice.
Silicon Valley Community Foundation offers scholarships for Latino(a) students who have a declared major in a science, technology, engineering and math (STEM)-related field and are graduates of a high school in Santa Cruz County.