Numerous donors in collaboration with North Central Kansas Technical College Endowment Association and Foundation, have established 10 new endowed funds.
Twenty (20) new scholarships created from these 10 funds will be awarded to North Central Kansas Technical College students starting in the Fall of 2022. These scholarships range in amounts from $500 to $2,000. The recipients of the scholarships will be students enrolled in a variety of programs offered at North Central Kansas Technical College on the Beloit and Hays Campuses.
These scholarships will offer financial assistance to qualifying students now and into the future by providing an enduring legacy of these donors through annual scholarships at North Central Kansas Technical College.
Scholarships created include: Layton & Jerry Kaiser Scholarship, Ron & Margaret McMillan Scholarship, Beloit Buick GMC – Ed Long Scholarship, Connie C. (Fogo) Blankenship Endowment Scholarship, William “Bill” Auman Family Scholarship, Volga German Centennial Association Oktoberfest Scholarship, Dean Haddock Memorial Scholarship, Joe Wise Memorial Scholarship, Jon Robinson Diesel Scholarship, and the Keith Woodard Memorial Scholarship.
“Honoring the legacy of our donors, their contributions and their leadership to the education of our future workforce is such a pleasure and we can’t thank them enough for their generosity,” said Eric Burks, President of North Central Kansas Technical College.
“We are deeply grateful to these donors for establishing these important new scholarship funds, which we are honored to administer,” said Mendi Anschutz, Director of Advancement for the North Central Kansas Technical College Endowment Association and Foundation.
The North Central Kansas Technical College Endowment Association and Foundation would also like to thank the Dane G. Hansen Foundation who has matched these endowments as part of a grant to help build permanently endowed funds for the college.
The NCK Tech College Endowment Association and Foundation was established in 1992 as a not-for-profit corporation. It is a 501(c)(3) organization under the rules of the Internal Revenue Service and the State of Kansas. Sharing your financial resources with NCK Technical College is an expression of benevolence and devotion to the continuation of higher education involving individuals of all walks of life.
NCK Tech College Endowment Association and Foundation enables the College to provide current programs with the necessary materials, buildings, and equipment to train individuals to be successful and productive; and provides scholarships to students that offer financial assistance for our future workforce.