Georgia's HOPE Career Grant
Students interested in entering a field in which there are plenty of jobs openings can choose to enroll in one of 12 programs of study for which FREE TUITION is available! The HOPE Career Grant can be the boost a student needs to get started on rewarding career in a well-paying job, and without accumulating a lot of student debt. Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) offers many programs under the HOPE Career Grant umbrella: Commercial Truck Driving, Computer Information Systems, Early Childhood Care and Education, Industrial Maintenance, Practical Nursing, Precision Manufacturing, and Welding & Joining Technology.
Students will automatically qualify for the HOPE Career Grant if they meet these three criteria:
- HOPE Career Grant awards are based on the student’s program of study and the number of hours of enrollment.
- The grant is available only for eligible students who are pursuing certificates and diplomas.
- High school students participating in dual credit enrollment are not eligible for the HCG award until they graduate.
The HOPE Grant is an award given to Georgia residents enrolled in a certificate or diploma program at a TCSG institution. The qualifying GPA for the HOPE Grant is a 2.0.
This HOPE Career Grant will provide students taking nine hours or more $500 per semester and those taking eight credit hours or less $250. The HOPE GED Grant, HOPE Grant, and HOPE Career Grant can be awarded in the same term, if all other eligibility requirements are met up to cost of attendance. High school students in dual enrollment programs are not eligible for the HOPE Career Grant.
For the Technical College System of Georgia information sheet on Georgia's HOPE Career Grant Award please click here.
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