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Fire Technology Scholarship Skagit Valley College and the Skagit County Joint Fire Agencies are offering scholarships to new qualifying Fire Protection Technology first-year students beginning Fall Quarter 2021! This scholarship opportunity covers the cost of tuition, fees books, uniforms, and certificates for the entire two-year degree program (worth approximately $8,000 annually), and membership as a firefighter/EMT in a participating Skagit County fire agency.
You can review the Fire Scholarship Overview for more information and details on how students can apply. This information is also on the Skagit Valley College Fire Science Program page.
Fire Scholarship Overview
Fire Scholarship Application
Fire Scholarship Reference List
To be considered for this scholarship, all documents must be submitted no later than Friday, May 14 and should be submitted directly to: email@example.com. Please share this amazing scholarship opportunity with your students! Any questions regarding the scholarship can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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