WATERBURY- AARP-CT has funding for scholarships for students age 50+ who want to pursue careers in manufacturing at one of Connecticut’s community colleges, including Naugatuck Valley Community College. Through a partnership with the American Manufacturing Hall of Fame and the College of Technology, AARP-CT is offering this opportunity for scholarships in the amount of $1,250 per student, while funds last.
Students must be age 50+ and enrolled/enrolling in any Connecticut Community College system manufacturing program. Students must also be willing to share their story and demographic information with AARP, the American Manufacturing Hall of Fame, and the College of Technology for potential publication across AARP communication channels and be willing to sign related releases.
To apply for this opportunity at NVCC, interested students should contact Angela Chapman at AChapman@nvcc.commnet.edu.
Individuals interested in learning more about NVCC’s Manufacturing program can contact Deirdre D’Amore directly at email@example.com. The popular program is currently enrolling for their certificate program which prepares individuals to enter this in-demand field.