We are committed to recruiting and retaining ambitious, motivated scholars who live in our region who are successful in the classroom and are engaged leaders across campus and the community. We will make an impact in retention rates of our students by investing in opportunities to increase their success. Your gift investing in the Student Success endowment will help:
Your gift can change lives. Midlands Technical College is committed to insuring that deserving students can pursue their studies regardless of their ability to pay the full cost of tuition. By giving to the student scholarship fund you can make an impact on the success of a student.
Veterans Success Initiative
MTC is committed to increasing our commitment to veterans through our Veterans Success Initiative. By giving to the MTC Veterans Success Initiative you will be investing in our veterans with a goal of creating a supportive campus atmosphere and making comprehensive services available so veterans will have a successful academic experience at MTC.
Bridging the Gap Grant Endowment Fund
Often the greatest obstacle to earning a college degree can be funding. Even with the low tuition costs and the financial resources available through state and federal student aid programs, the money needed for tuition, books and living expenses sometimes leaves a gap in students’ ability to attend classes. The gap amount can be as low as only a few hundred dollars to cover utility bills or childcare expenses. Giving to the Bridging the Gap fund will help fund the gap between the cost of attendance after all avenues of financial aid have been exhausted.
Expand Direct-to-Work QuickJobs program
QuickJobs are training programs for careers where workers are in high demand over the next decade.
Giving to the Quickjobs program is an investment in our future workforce, and part of our mission, to fill the pipeline of the local economy with skilled workers.
William Jerry Woods Life Skills Center
U.S. Companies are competing in an ever-increasing global marketplace where workers must transition from an industrial to a knowledge-based economy. The future competiveness of the U.S. business community will be dependent on America’s ability to produce a highly skilled workforce.
To cope with the demands of the work force, students need to know how to use their knowledge and skills – by thinking critically, applying knowledge to new situations, analyzing information, comprehending new ideas, communicating, collaborating, solving problems, and making decisions.
By giving to the William Jerry Wood Life Skills Center you will be investing in the specialized training students need to attain a job in today’s marketplace as well as continue to be successful in their careers.