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Scholarship

1000s

Connections Made

26

Scholarships Awarded

15

Trade Schools Involved

How to Apply:

Bring Back the Trades Inc. awards monthly scholarships during the school calendar year to students from across the United States who are attending post-secondary education in the Skilled Trades.

Monthly scholarships of $1,000 are awarded each month and sent directly to the secondary school the award recipient is attending.


Applying is easy! Simply click on "apply here", write an essay or share a short video explaining why you deserve the scholarship. Essays should be submitted via the form, videos may be emailed to [email protected]

Meet Scholarship Recipients

Bring Back the Trades Inc. awards monthly scholarships during the school calendar year to students from across the United States who are attending post-secondary education in the Skilled Trades.

Connor Fleming

"The first time I laced up a pair of work boots and placed a hard hat on my head, I knew I was in my element."

Connor studied Commercial Diving at Divers Institute of Technology in Seattle, WA.

Kaitlin Nowak

"Throughout my entire life I have always wanted to better myself, and be the best I can be."

Kaitlin is studying Heavy Diesel and Equipment Technology at White Mountains Community College in NH.

Zachary Trout

"I want to become a trusted mechanic that people recommend to family and friends that will get to know them not only as clients, but as people."

Zachary is studying Automotive at Universal Technical Institute.

Scholarship Recipients

  • 1) January 2019 - Kaitlin Nowak, New Hampshire, White Mountain Community College, Heavy Diesel Equipment

  • 2) February 2019 - Mikaela Kewatt, Minnesota, Hennepin Tech, Auto Body

  • 3) March 2019 - Zachary Friend, Nebraska, SE Community College, Precision Machining

  • 4) April 2019 - Connor Hopley, New Hampshire, Lakes Community College, Auto Tech

  • 5) May 2019 - Connor Fleming, New Hampshire, Divers Institute of Technology, Commercial Divingne 

  • 6) June 2019 - Abigail Trainor, New Hampshire, Wentworth, Construction Management

  • 7) September 2019 - Zachary Trout, Connecticut, Universal Technical Institute, Automotive

  • 8) October 2019 - Savannah Lackey, New Hampshire, Lakes Region CC, Auto Tech-Toyota

  • 9) December 2019 - Kaitlin Galbraith, Maine, ME School of Masonry, Masonry

  • 10) January 2020 - Kelsey Littlefield, New Hampshire, Great Bay CC, Early Childhood

  • 11) March 2020 - Craig Keville, North Carolina, Southern ME CC, Construction Tech

  • 12) April 2020 - Cooper Moran, New Hampshire, Manchester CC, Welding

  • 13) May 2020 - JT Hebert, Vermont, Vermont Tech, Carpentry and Architecture

  • 14) March 2021 - Jenna Graziano, Connecticut, Vermont Woodworking School, Woodworking and Furniture Design

  • 15) May 2021 - Adam River Gewehr, New Hampshire, Manchester CC, Welding

  • 16) September 2021 - Cora Dean, Wisconsin, Advanced Welding Institute, Welding

  • 17) October 2021- Ryan Walker, Wisconsin, Advanced Welding Institute, Welding

  • 18) November 2021- Cody Casse, New Hampshire, Lincoln Tech Institute, Diesel and Truck Tech

  • 19) December 2021- Spencer Cunningham, New Hampshire, Great Bay CC, Welding

  • 20) January 2022- Hailey Laskiewicz, New Hampshire, American Academy & Empire Beauty, Hairstylist

  • 21) February 2022- Evan Carling, Cape Cod Community College, Aviation Mechanics

  • 22) April 2022- Mason Rogers, Central Maine Community College, Ford Asset AAS Automotive Technology

  • 23) May 2022- Hailey Spigarelli, Advanced Welding Institute, Welding

  • 24) June 2022- Ethan Condi, Harmel Academy of the Trades, Machine and Systems Technology

    25) September 2022 - Carter Howard , Coastal Alabama College, HVAC Tech

    26) October 2022 - Brandon Garcia , Illinois ABC, Construction