QUICK START SCHOLARSHIPS. Youths: Would you like to be a lifeguard or work in a daycare? Or, how about working in food service or food manufacturing? Many School Districts offer Adult Continuing Education (Northside ISD offers classes to people 16 and older) and in those programs are short-courses on CPR, food preparation and other specialty courses. Why not get a jump on the competition by having a certification or extra knowledge about a particular field before applying for the job? Find a class that you are interested in through your local School District, send us an email about why you want to take that class, and we may pay for your attendance with a “Quick Start Scholarship”.
“YTIA BE YOUNG EDUCATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP”. From February to May of each year, graduating seniors (or youths in care who are returning to college) may submit an application for the “YTIA Be Young Educational Scholarship” that will provide a little extra during their first year(s) in college. The application is not difficult to complete but youths will need to submit a brief statement to support their application. Just click the links to the “YTIA Be Young Educational Scholarship” Requirements and Application below.