Electrical Training Center
65 Elm St
Copiague, NY 11726
Phone: 631 226-8021
For All Classes
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The intent of the scholarship program is to bring talent into, and enhance and train existing talent, in the industries of plumbing, HVAC, and electric. A variety of scholarships are available at all levels of the industry, including scholarships for individuals who are planning to run or work in management at a businesses in this industry, individuals who are working on their technical degrees and special training opportunities for veterans.
We have several different scholarship applications that are open at different times of the year. Scholarships are available to qualified individuals interested in entering, or currently working in, the plumbing, HVACR and/or electrical fields. Students must be legal residents or a citizen of the USA, Canada, Australia or the Cayman Islands.
Since 2006, the foundation has given away scholarships totaling $200,000.
For more information on the different scholarships available click here. Or go directly to our online scholarship application.
Heritage PHCE is offering a pair of $3,000 annual scholarships to support the next generation of tech students pursuing a career in the HVAC and electrical trades. Providing financial aid for vocational education in these essential trades is something we are passionate about, because doing so supports several of our strongly held core principles of professional excellence, customer satisfaction and reliance on advanced training. Students training in the HVAC and electrical trades are eligible to apply.
Submit a form online (approx. 20 min) at Heritage PHCE Scholarship
$6,000 in the form of two $3,000 scholarships
December 1, 2017